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Oil will be explored with 10 boreholes in Adana

Oil will be explored with 10 boreholes in Adana

Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO) will drill 10 oil exploration and production wells in an area of 297 hectares in Karaisalı district of Adana.

DOWN TO 2,500 METERS

Within the framework of the 95 million lira project, it is planned to go down to a maximum of 2,500 meters in the drilling wells to be drilled sequentially by applying the rotary drilling method. It is planned to employ 25 people in the land preparation phase and 50 people in oil exploration activities.

SHIPMENT WILL START IF OIL IS FOUND

In case oil is detected during exploration operations, oil extraction will begin. The oil extracted from the wells will be sent to the separators in the facility via pipelines. Crude oil taken from the production tanks will be stored in the delivery tank to be sent to the filling station. From the filling station, it will be sent to TPAO’s station via tankers. No crude oil separation process will be applied within the scope of the activity. Within the scope of the planned project, storage work is planned to be carried out at the location.

DAILY TARGET OF 100 THOUSAND BARRELS IN GABAR

On the other hand, speaking at the Şırnak rally yesterday, President Erdoğan said, “We have exceeded 37 thousand barrels in daily oil production in Gabar. The target is 100 thousand barrels. These places will fly. We aim to exceed 40 thousand barrels per day by the end of this month and to reach 100 thousand barrels of production by the end of the year. Mount Kato and Faraşin Plateau are also among our new oil exploration areas.”

Gül Demirci

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