@mfulkerson The 8-2 well targets the biggest volume prospect based on the initial seismic/resource report. I like that it has a thick clastic sequence of alternating sandstone and shales (reservoir-seal pairs), which had the highest pore volume at 6-2 (>20%porosity). An uncertainty is the geometry of the trap in 3D as they only had one line through it when they did the volume assessment. This likely improved when they got an additional line over it. The lowest risk prospect on their public list is the 6-2 sidetrack, which is on the schedule to be drilled. If the clastics can be drilled in a 3-way closure as I suggest on this image, hopefully they will find some pay. They can also target the Pre Karoo intervals.