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jupiter energy ltd (JPR) Details

Jupiter Energy Limited engages in the exploration, appraisal, development, and production of oil and gas properties in Kazakhstan. It owns 100% of the Block 31, an exploration permit, which covers an area of 123 square kilometers located in the Mangistau Basin. The company is based in West Perth, Australia. Jupiter Energy Limited is a subsidiary of Computershare Clearing Pty Ltd.

37 Employees
Last Reported Date: 09/23/14

jupiter energy ltd (JPR) Top Compensated Officers

Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Office...
Total Annual Compensation: A$321.6K
Secretary and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: A$141.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

jupiter energy ltd (JPR) Key Developments

Jupiter Energy Limited Provides Operations Update on Well 19

Jupiter Energy Limited provided operations update on well 19. The completion and testing of well 19 included perforating the well underbalanced with tubing conveyed perforating guns, monitoring fluid levels and running pressure gages. Analysis of the test data indicated severe skin damage, a measure of reduced permeability near the well bore, which will require an acid treatment to stimulate the well and assist oil flow into the well bore. On recovery of the tubing conveyed perforating gun an equipment malfunction meant that only a limited zone of 6.3m (2,905.9 – 2,912.2m) was actually perforated out of the planned 47.7m - i.e. approximately 13% of the total zone that had been targeted for perforation. Further work, including re perforating the well and carrying out an acid stimulation, will not take place until the requisite funding for the work is in place and the Company believes that demand for domestic oil sales, and the sales price for the oil, have returned to a level that will make trial production operations economically viable. Further updates on progress with well 19 will be provided in due course. Well 19 took a total of 53 days to drill and reached a total depth of 3,068m on 16 February 2015; hydrocarbon shows while drilling, mud logging, and subsequent open-hole wireline logs all indicated hydrocarbons in the Mid Triassic reservoir. The open-hole logs indicated good levels of oil saturation and porosity, similar to that of the J-51 and J-52 wells, which were also drilled on the same structure. Analysis by local independent consulting firm Reservoir Evaluation Services LLC ("RES) confirmed some 99.4m Total Vertical Depth Sub Surface (TVDSS) of gross reservoir and approximately 84.6m TVDSS of net pay at the Middle Triassic T2B carbonate reservoir unit, the primary reservoir objective in the well. In addition, analysis also confirmed an additional 15.4m TVDSS of gross reservoir and approximately 10.4m TVDSS of net pay at the Middle Triassic T2A carbonate reservoir unit. Cut offs of 3.8% porosity was used in the RES analysis.

Jupiter Energy Limited Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Half Year Ended December 31, 2014

Jupiter Energy Limited reported consolidated earnings results for the half year ended December 31, 2014. For the period, the company reported operating loss of AUD 4,137,763 against AUD 1,537,810 a year ago. Net cash provided by operating activities was AUD 490,643 against AUD 891,915 a year ago. Payments for additions of plant and equipment were AUD 349,858 against AUD 206,423 a year ago. Payments for exploration and development expenditures were AUD 1,990,878 against AUD 5,864,615 a year ago. Revenue was AUD 3,606,362 against AUD 3,419,560 a year ago. Loss before tax was AUD 5,468,890 against AUD 2,465,620 a year ago. Loss after income tax was AUD 5,468,890 against AUD 2,465,620 a year ago. Loss per diluted share attributable to ordinary equity holders of the parent was 3.57 cents against 1.61 cents a year ago.

Jupiter Energy Limited Provides Well 19 Drilling Update

The Board of Jupiter Energy Limited provided shareholders with the following well 19 drilling update. Well 19 is the company's eighth well on Block 31, Jupiter's 100% owned permit situated onshore Kazakhstan just east of the city of Aktau and the Caspian Sea. The well is located in an area of already existing C1 reserves, between the already flowing J-51 and J-52 wells. Well 19 took a total of 53 days to drill and reached a total depth of 3,068m on 16 February 2015; the performance of the drilling operation was in line with expectations. Open hole logs have been acquired and production casing is now being run in preparation for a brief period of well testing. Hydrocarbon shows while drilling, mud logging, and subsequent open hole wireline logs all indicated hydrocarbons in the Mid Triassic reservoir. The open hole logs indicated good levels of oil saturation and porosity, similar to that of the J-51 and J-52 wells which were also drilled on the same structure. Analysis by local independent consulting firm Reservoir Evaluation Services LLC (RES) confirmed some 99.4m (TVDSS) of gross reservoir and approximately 84.6m (TVDSS) of net pay at the Middle Triassic T2B carbonate reservoir unit, the primary reservoir objective in the well. In addition, analysis also confirmed an additional 15.4m (TVDSS) of gross reservoir and approximately 10.4m (TVDSS) of net pay at the Middle Triassic T2A carbonate reservoir unit. Cut offs of 3.8% porosity was used in the analysis.

 

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