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BNK Petroleum commences Brock 9-2H well fracture stimulation

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BNK Petroleum Inc. is pleased to announce that fracture stimulation completion operations on the previously drilled Brock 9-2H well have commenced.

The fracture stimulation is anticipated to take approximately two weeks, after which the equipment will be removed and the flowback will commence. It has historically taken a few weeks of flowback until stabilised hydrocarbon production occurs.

The company also announces that the Hartgraves 1-6H well continues to perform well, with production rates staying above both the proved undeveloped and the probable case type curves used to estimate the reserves attributed to the company’s Tishomingo Field. For the last 20 days, the well has averaged over 400 bpd, of which over 80% is oil.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/hydraulic-fracturing/21092017/bnk-petroleum-commences-brock-9-2h-well-fracture-stimulation/

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