Transerv Energy disclosed Tuesday that retesting operations are continuing at the Warro-4 well in the Warro Gas Project in Western Australia.
The Perth-based company said that the well configuration was altered to allow testing of the main objective, the uppermost part of the "C" reservoir section, over the last week, a goal that was achieved Monday. The Warro-4 well is currently cleaning up and flowing a mixture of gas and water naturally to surface at a rate of around 0.9 million standard cubic feet per day and 1,450 barrels of water per day, respectively.
"This result is a significant improvement to that achieved in 2011 as the gas rate is not only higher but it is also being achieved without the need for artificial lift," Transerv said in a press release.
The firm said a jet pump is not required as the well flows are self-sustaining, but this will be reviewed as the testing continues and stablilized flow is achieved.
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