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Posted: Friday May 21 8:37:01AM 2010
Thanks Bobwins very helpful. Please ignore broke in canada.
Posted: Thursday May 20 6:34:18PM 2010
Hi Bobwins. I contacted the company today and they said "they are still testing". What exactly are they testing and how long can this take?
Posted: Thursday May 6 8:02:40AM 2010
Thanks!! How can you tell from the PR that they have yet to blow out a zone to free to oil from its resting place?
Posted: Wednesday May 5 7:01:01AM 2010
Hi Bobwins, can you help? Does a test done when they first penetrate the oil structure provide a good indication what the initial flow will be? See below?
The Atzam #3A well encountered the top of the C-12 member of the upper Coban Formation at 1330 feet, approximately 330 feet higher than in Atzam #2 and 650 feet higher than in Atzam #1A. The reservoir section of the C-12 in Atzam #3A is comprised of a series of thin dolomite beds with approximately 20 feet of potential net oil pay as determined by Schlumberger Carbonate Advisor ELAN petrophysical interpretation. While open-hole logging with 11.6 pound per gallon mud, the well flowed 4 barrels per hour with approximately 50% drilling mud and 50% 36 degree API oil. The perforating and testing of the C-12 is expected to be conducted in approximately 2 weeks time, utilizing the Company owned service rig.