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Cliff Head production returns to over 1000 bpd

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The Board of Triangle Energy Limited has provided the following update on its Cliff Head oilfield operations, located in the Perth Basin approximately 270 km north of Perth in Western Australia.

Production well CH07 has returned to operation after a successful work-over programme which included the installation of a new, increased capacity downhole electric submersible pump (ESP). Following a cycle of performance testing and verification, the company is pleased to announce that production associated with CH07 has stabilised at approximately 180 bpd after a period of higher flush production.

Cliff Head field production has now returned to over 1000 bpd (100% JV basis) from all five producing wells within the Cliff Head oilfield.

Triangle’s Managing Director, Mr Rob Towner, said the Board was very pleased to announce the return to production levels above 1000 bpd and that the work-over was completed with zero incidents.

The company will keep the market updated on progress across its interests in the Perth Basin.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/16012019/cliff-head-production-returns-to-over-1000-bpd/

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