Quite a lot of equipment has been moved since our post yesterday. However the rig, some generation capacity, silos and that photogenic Blow Out Preventer (BOP), less resplendent now in mud stained red is seen on its side, remain on site. On its arrival on site the BOP was transported (as seen again today in the image above) on an HGV artic so its quite bulky. It is to be hoped that the device will be checked over before it is brought into use again at Misson Springs or indeed elsewhere. In the background of the image is what we take to be unused casing, presumably the 5.5 inch casing that might have been used in the final section to the bottom of the borehole. “If results are favourable or if the well is deemed to be of interest a 5.5 inch casing will be installed to the bottom”. so said IGas’ Well Engineering Director at a CLG briefing before rig mobilisation. Now we take it that the results have been less than favourable, so either the well is of no further interest (and no casing to the bottom) or perhaps a lot of spare casing was brought onto site in the first place. Your guess is as good as mine!