- Well currently free flowing frack fluid and gas flows increasing significantly as additional zones have progressively come in.
- 40% of frack fluids recovered with gas influx continually increasing.
- Flow testing with measurement of gas rates to commence following completion of flow back of frack fluids.
- Programme designed to test Toolache & Patchawarra formations below 2300 m.
Cooper Basin focused oil and gas exploration company, Real Energy Corporation Limited, has announced that the company is witnessing a significant increase in gas flows and frack fluids rates from the Tamarama-1 well as additional fracture stimulated zones progressively come in.
It is estimated that as at 7.00 am EST on 17 August 2016, approximately 3500 bbls (or over 40%) of frack fluid have been recovered so far from the well. The company expects that it is likely to take another week of clean up flow before flow testing commences.
The flow test with measurement of gas rates will immediately commence at the conclusion of the flow back period. The company will report the flow test results to the market as soon as they become available.
Adapted from a press release by David Bizley
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/17082016/real-energy-tamarama-1-well-update/