Cooper Basin-focused oil and gas exploration firm Real Energy Corp. Ltd. reported Monday that it has successfully concluded the re-completion operations at Tamarama-1 well in permit ATP 972P in Queensland, Australia.
During the operations, Real Energy removed the existing tubing and re-enter the lower diversion assemblies with a small drill to mechanically remove the blockage in the tubing string. The well has now completed with a production tubing string and the post-frac flow back operation has resumed.
Tamarama-1 well is now flowing back the frac fluids at around 300 barrels per day through a 0.375 inch choke with increasing gas influx. Real Energy is trying to recover a significant volume of frac fluids injected ino the reservoirs during the 5-stage fracture stimulation. The flow test with measurement of gas rates will immediately commence at the conclusion of the flow back period.
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