San Telmo's second well at Teepee Creek, called the 6-3 well, immediately offsets the gas discovery at the original 4-10 Teepee Creek well. As reported in a press release on January 21, 2004, the 4-10 well tested at a stabilized flow rate of 1.3mmcfd (217boe/d) on a 3/8" choke.
The 6-3 well is targeting a southeast extension of the productive Charlie Lake erosional edge, which was established in the original San Telmo 4-10 discovery.
Preproduction pipeline route planning has been completed on the 4-10 well in preparation for surveying and construction, which will begin after the results of the second well are known.
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