Transerv Energy announced Tuesday that testing operations continues at Warro-5 and Warro-6 onshore wells in Western Australia.
At both wells, planned maintenance work on the jet pumps during the past week interrupted testing operations for two days.
At Warro-5, clean-up flows have recommenced. While the well is still recovering stimulation fluids, gas flow rates are presently in excess of 0.55 million cubic feet per dat (MMcf/d) and continue rising since testing was restarted. Fluid recovery rates have dropped by a factor of 3 over the same period.
Following the maintenance work, Warro-6 has remained shut in to undergo a pressure build up period. Prior to the shut in, the well continued to produce gas at greater than 1 MMcf/d with decreasing liquid rates.
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