If you look at the SK website, they play it very close to the vest and hardly announce anything outside of quarterly results - and they are controlling the information on this. In the US, we are used to everything being announced on the spot, but that isn't their culture.
We will have to wait for their timing. But that isn't a problem for me given what we know.
Not crazy at all. All the historical data suggest huge reserves in the deep zones targeted by the CPO-4, especially the Mirador and Guadalupe structures. The Une, the deepest target at 16,300 could be the real prize. Historical data back to BP's days of exploring this huge basin suggest wells of 5,000 bopd to 25,000. This data also says that getting to the zones is technically challenging, hence the extraordinary time to get out a final drilling report. Lest not forget the 340 feet of pay zone identified in the Dec. 8-k. Optimistic - yes; crazy - no.