Timing of Rafael Testing Program Brought Forward

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 2/8/2022, Location: Not categorized

Further to the recent update on the flow testing of the Rafael 1 well, the changes to WA quarantine requirements announced during the day on Monday 7 February mean that the crew conducting the Rafael flow test will now be released from quarantine a week earlier than expected.

This will mean the start of the test program is brought forward and it is expected to start in mid rather than late February, subject to any weather or operational delays.

The other factors relating to the test remain as set out in the Buru Energy ASX Operations Update of 7 February.

This ASX announcement has been authorized for release by Eric Streitberg, the Executive Chairman of Buru Energy.

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