The company is earning a 35% interest in these concessions alongside partner and operator Gemini Resources.
At the Siciny-2 well prospect within Gora, pressure gauges have been run into the well for the long term transient pressure build-up test with results expected in February.
The test will provide valuable data on the reservoir characterisation such as the permeability of the system and pore pressure.
Targeting the Rotliegendes interval
Earlier this month at Siciny-2, reports revealed unexpected water inflow following well clean-up prevented the breakthrough of free gas flow.
This resulted in operational changes to the well test program and the commencement of a long-term transient pressure build-up test.
Ansila has now also commenced work on a strategy to exploit the conventional gas potential within the Rotliegendes interval across the Gora licence.
Several material gas discoveries made in reservoir
A key feature of the Gora concession is the conventional gas potential identified in the Rotliegendes interval from existing 2D and 3D seismic datasets across parts of the licence.
Over 7 trillion cubic feet of gas has been discovered in the Rotliegend in Poland and it is a proven-producing reservoir in the Polish Permian basin.
Several material gas discoveries and producing gas fields are located adjacent to the Gora licence.
Testing of Jany-C1 well in June quarter
The Jany-C1 appraisal program is scheduled for the June quarter 2020.
The program will consist of the fracture stimulation and flow testing of the previously discovered 2C contingent resources of 36 million barrels of oil within the tight Zechstein Dolomite formation.