The first well, Lukut-1, was drilled on Brunei Block L and suspended in mid-June pending testing by a service rig.

The Lempuyang-1 well is part of the first phase of an exploration program on Brunei Block L. The well is designed to test the hydrocarbon potential of a structural feature defined by 3D seismic to a total depth of up to 3,300mt. The well is being drilled using Nabors Drilling Rig 503 and is anticipated to take approximately 50 days to complete.

The partners in Brunei Block L and in the Lempuyang-1 well are Kulczyk Oil Brunei (40%), AED South East Asia (50%) and QAF Brunei (10%). Kulczyk Oil Brunei is an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Kulczyk Oil.