Perth-based Transerv Energy reported Tuesday that it has successfully completed Warro-4 retesting operations in the Warro Gas Project in Western Australia.
The Warro-4 restesting operations achieved its objectives and the newly acquired data will be analyzed along with data from Warro-5 & 6 to determine the next steps for the project. All three wells have been suspended pending the recommendations from the analysis work.
During the past week, the gas flows from the "C" sand were maintained at rates between 0.7 and 0.95 million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) with associated water rates ranging from 950 to 1,500 barrels of water per day. In-well pressure and temperature logging was successfully carried out while the well was flowing to determine the nature and source of the reservoir fluids.
"The increased flow rates (~3 times higher) achieved at Warro-4 are encouraging and in line with outcomes seen in other tight gas fields in the U.S. ... Accordingly, future field work at Warro could involve fracture stimulation of the untapped, upper 'C' sand at Warro-6 or potentially horizontal drilling the'C' reservoir section," Transerv said in the press release.
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