The Allora Field is located east of the Balol field and 8km North West of Meshana town, India.It was discovered in January 1967 by ONGC from the Meshana-2 well. To date, a further three wells have been drilled in the field – Meshana-7, -16 and Dhijoj-4. All three wells were subsequently abandoned and no further development drilling took place. The Meshana-2 well was reactivated in July 2004 and production from the Allora field recommenced in October 2004 at an initial oil rate of ~6 bopd. As of September 2013, cumulative production was ~10000 stb out of proved in-place reserves of 3.3 MMstb of Oil. Since GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd. has become operator of the field, production has been intermittent. In April 2013,GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd. has successfully carried out Hydrofrac job in AL-1 and put the well under production from september’2013 by installing PCP. Currently the well is under testing and evaluation.
As the new 3D data is currently being processed GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd. is in the process of evaluating future drilling locations with no firm plans in place. In addition, there are only five 2D seismic lines covering the block
|Sl||Name of Block||Participating Interest||Operator||Joint Venture Partners|
|1.||Kanawara||30%||GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd.||GSPC(70%)|
|2.||North Kathana||30%||GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd.||GSPC(70%)|
|3.||Allora||30%||GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd.||GSPC(70%)|
|4.||Dholasan||30%||GNRL Oil & Gas Ltd.||GSPC(70%)|
|5.||North Balol||30%||HOEC||GSPC(45%) HOEC(25%)|