San Leon Energy: Rawicz-15 Well Drilling Completed

Junior explorer San Leon Energy announced Wednesday that the Rawicz-15 development well, located in Poland's southern Permian Basin, has been successfully drilled to a total depth of 5,183 feet.

The well, which is operated and funded by Palomar Natural Resources, will now undergo a full well testing program which is expected to commence in around 2 weeks’ time. As part of the testing schedule, a reservoir which is of “slightly better” quality than that in the previous Rawicz-12 well, according to a San Leon Energy statement, will be analyzed.

The Rawicz-15 well, located on the approximately 275-square mile Rawicz Concession, was spud November 18, 2015 using a rig from Poland's Exalo Drilling.



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