Eastern Europe-focused junior energy firm JKX Oil & Gas reported Monday that well-27 on its Koshekhablskoye field in southern Russia has been restored to production following repairs and recompletion.
The well is currently producing at a rate of 16.3 million cubic feet per day through a 27/64-inch choke, with a flowing well-head pressure of 3,370 pounds per square inch. JKX said that the well was completed, pressure tested and restored to production before undertaking a routine acid treatment of the carbonate reservoir to clean out the well and further stimulate production.
JKX Chief Executive Dr Paul Davies commented in a company statement:
“Restoration of production from well-27 brings the total field rate to in excess of 45 million cubic feet per day [MMcfd] from four wells, comfortably above the original design specification of our process plant. Our next task is to replace the damaged tubing in well-05 and bring it on production to utilize fully the recently upgraded plant capacity of 60 MMcfd.”
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Generated by readers, the comments included herein do not reflect the views and opinions of Rigzone. All comments are subject to editorial review. Off-topic, inappropriate or insulting comments will be removed.