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ExxonMobil Spuds Cutthroat Well Offshore Brazil



February 21, 2022

© Seadrill (file photo)

ExxonMobil has begun drilling in the cut throat outlook of the deep-sea block of the Sergi Pearagoas basin off Brazil.

The news of the start of drilling was shared by Enauta, one of Exxon’s partners in the block SEAL-M-428 where the well site is located.

According to Enauta, Seadrill’s West Saturn drillship is digging at a depth of 3,093 meters.

According to Enauta, the excavation work is estimated to last two to four months.

Enauta holds a 30% stake in nine blocks of the Serzipe Lagoas Basin. Enauta will be partially covered by Cutthroat Well (formally 1-EMEB-3-SES) related costs by partners ExxonMobil and Murphy Oil in accordance with their respective farm out contracts.

ExxonMobil and Murphy Oil were cultivated in Enauta (then known as QGEP) 2017 SEAL-M-428 block.


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