Alamo Fires Up Gas Production in West Virginia

Alamo announced that following the successful re-completion, the Goose Creek #4 has commenced initial gas production.

The re-completion of the Goose Creek #4 well located on approximately 493 acres targeted the upper shallow zones through a two stage, 5,500 barrel slick water fracture using 50,000 lbs of 20/40 mesh sand.

Following the successful execution of the frac, the well has been hooked up to the processing and metering facilities and has commenced initial gas production.

Alamo believes the total potential cumulative production from the well may be as high as 20,000 barrels of oil equivalent. Alamo Energy also has the option to participate in 12 re-completion and 4 drilldown wells across approximately 1,520.4 acres in West Virginia. If exercised, the options will provide the company access to drill up to 60 new wells in a secondary development phase.


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