FX Energy provided the following update on the Company's current operations in Poland.
The Lisewo well that began drilling in late September 2010, has reached a measured depth of 3,810 meters. Based upon drilling data from the well, the current depth is expected to be just above the targeted Rotliegend sandstone formation. The well will be logged and a 7 inch liner will be set and cemented prior to coring the Rotliegend. Initial test results from the well are expected in the next one to two weeks.
Lisewo is a 3-D defined target located in The Polish Oil and Gas Company's (PGNiG) 880,000 acre Fences concession in western Poland. Planned total depth of the well is 3,950 meters (12,680 feet). PGNiG is the operator of the Lisewo well and owns 51%. FX Energy owns 49%.
The tender process to select the drilling rig for the Plawce tight gas well is underway. Tender documents have been sent out to the potential drilling companies and offers are due by January 18, 2011. The Plawce well is planned to test a tight Rotliegend sandstone target, including a horizontal leg in the targeted reservoir. PGNiG will be the operator of the Plawce well and own 51%. FX Energy owns 49%.
The tender process to select the rig to drill the Machnatka well on the Company's Warsaw South concession is expected to begin later this month with spudding of the Machnatka well planned for the second quarter of 2011. The tender for casing and tubing at Machnatka has been announced and offers to supply the casing and tubing for the well are expected by January 25, 2011.
The Machnatka well is the Company's first well in the Warsaw South concession and is planned to test a 2-D defined Ca1 reef target with a secondary Carboniferous target. FX Energy will be the operator of the well and according to the signed Letter of Intent will own 51% and PGNiG will own 49%.
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