The Mabruk-1 well is located approximately 18 miles southeast of Ghawar. It tested oil in the Hadriya reservoir at 10,300 feet, flowed 5,600 barrels per day of Arabian heavy crude and 2 million standard cubic feet per day of gas at 1,200 psi, numbers that are expected to increase once normal production begins. Mabruk-1 is the first discovery in the Hadriya reservoir.
The Dirwazah-1 well, approximately 43 miles southeast of Ghawar, tested oil in the Arab D reservoir at 9,500 feet. It flowed 5,569 bpd of Arabian light crude, with 2.8 million scfd of gas at 600 psi wellhead pressure on a one-inch choke.