Transerv Energy announced Tuesday that the Warro-4 well in Western Australia will be re-tested in the second half of April.
Preparations for the re-test are “well advanced” according to a company statement, with the necessary applications and plans having been submitted to government for approval. Transerv Energy also revealed that neighbouring wells Warro-5 and Warro-6 “continue to flow naturally” and stated that preparations are being made to run production logs at the assets.
Warro-5’s gas flow rate is currently averaging 420,000 cubic feet per day with an accompanying water rate of 165 barrels per day. Warro-6’s output rate is averaging 530,000 cubic feet per day with an accompanying water rate of 210 barrels.
The information from the production logs will be combined with tracer and fracture simulation data to determine the expected flow potential of the reservoir sections. Following the running of the production logs, the wells will be shut in for an extended period to gather data on the build-up rate of the wellhead pressure.
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