Three dimensional surveys in November The possibility of having oil reserves in the 12th block of the sea


chittagong bureau:

There were specimens of huge amount of oil and gas reserves in the 12th block of the sea. Five thousand 560 km kilometers of biological survey of this block found five potential probes or probes. The Department of Energy has seen three of them as very promising. -Bangla Tribune.
Petrobangla signed the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) for the oil-gas exploration in the 12th block of the Sea with a company called South Korean Peskko Diyu Corporation on March 14 last year. The distance of the block from the sea coast is 180 kilometers, that is, it is 180 km deep in the Bay of Bengal. The depth of water on the block is one thousand 700 meters. According to the energy department sources, the third level or three-dimensional earthquake will be surveyed from November next year to ensure the state of oil gas. To be sure, a senior Petrobangla official said, “The second-level or two-dimensional (2) earthquake survey has been done. It can be seen, there are possibilities in several areas. It has two potentials that are considered commercially profitable. However, it is believed that there is more potential in Block 12. Third-level or three-dimensional surveys are more powerful than two-dimensional surveys. There can be more convincing ideas about the amount of oil and gas. “Earlier, gas has been extracted only from the Shanghu gas field from the Bangladesh Sea. The gas field was discovered in 1996 by British oil-gas company Cairn Energy. The company started production from here in 1998. The Sangh was officially abandoned and abandoned on 1 October 2013. Then there was no search of oil and gas in other areas of the sea. On 14 March 2012, Bangladesh received 11 thousand 631 square kilometers of the Bay of Bengal, and on July 8, 2014, Bangladesh received 19,477 sq km. After that all the blocks were reorganized and divided into 26 blocks, the whole seashore was divided. But now only three blocks have been started. The remaining 23 blocks are lazy. Energy expert Shamsul Alam said, “There are 26 blocks in the country’s sea.
But the work is just three blocks. There is a possibility of getting more gas in the sea when the government is initiated.
Bangladesh is far behind than the way Myanmar has implemented and implemented the oil-gas exploration program in their sea. “He said that the government needs to be more focused in lifting gas without importing more expensive gas. The cooperative, except the Korean company Daiyu Presently Indian Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) shallow community Re 4 and 9, the number of working oil and gas exploration blocks.


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