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Voyager: Completing 200 days ahead of schedule in Ghana

In approximately 15 months the Voyager was able to drill fifteen new wells, re-enter three wells, drill four sidetrack sections and run lower completion on nine wells.

Voyager: Completing 200 days ahead of schedule in Ghana

Expected time saving to the project was approximately 200 days. The additional work done during the pre-drilling phase, while preparing the rig for the completion operations, was key to keep the well operations performance at same level of excellence and improve during the wells completion incoming project phase.

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