The Kila Kupra, Iori, and Bayda Fields
As part of the Taribani Field Unit Complex, the Kila Kupra, Iori, and Bayda fields are located approximately 15 kilometers northwest of and on the same trend as the Taribani Field.
Situated in a similar geologic setting to the Taribani Field, the three fields were discovered during the Soviet era but were never developed or produced. The geologic trend is characterized by a series of structures that are sub-thrust anticlinal features, located beneath shallow thrust faults which outcrop at the surface.
Target reservoirs are situated in Pliocene Era Shiraki sandstones and Upper Miocene Era Sarmatian sandstones at depths of between 2,000 metres and 2,700 metres.