They stopped drilling last year because they didn't want to be stuck with the rig; moving the rig out when they had finished with it could have been difficult in the wet season and if they were stuck with it they would have to pay for it.

Now they are testing, not drilling. No reason to stop because it's raining as long as the the tanks are big enough to hold the flow, which they could choke back or shut in for a little while if they had to. Moving the kit from one hole to the next is not the same as moving a rig, in any case they can always use helicopters.

I don't think the weather is any real issue at the moment, the important factor IMO will be the reservoir drive - I believe the jet pump is more about volume than lifting efficiency, so that shows some confidence.............