Tullow says Ivory Coast well hits water
LONDON Dec 18 (Reuters) - British oil explorer Tullow said on Wednesday results from its Paon-2A well offshore Ivory Coast struck water, suggesting the total hydrocarbon column of the field is only 700 metres.
"The well did not encounter oil at this location, reducing the upside volume potential associated with the Autruche field," Angus McCoss, Exploration Director at Tullow said in a statement.
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