Transerv Completes Production Cycling Test of Warro-6 in WA's Permit RL-7
Transerv Energy indicated Tuesday that the test cycling of Warro-6 well in Warro gas field in permit RL-7 in Western Australia has been completed successfully.
The well underwent five cycles of differing shut-in and flowing periods over six days and confirmed that this reduced the amount of water produced by up to 50 percent while maintaining, and in some circumstances, improving gas recoveries.
Downhole memory gauges were set in Warro-6 at the reservoir level during the cycling. When recovered from the well mid-year, these guages will yield important information to evaluate the impact of the cycling on the well pressures and flow characteristics.
Warro-6 is now shut-in to monitor well pressures both at surface and downhole. Warro-5 remains shut in to monitor wellhead pressure.
The cessation of testing at Warro-6 brings this phase of the operations to a close. Subject to government approvals and equipment availability. Warro-4 re-testing operations will commence during May.
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