The Marten Creek well testing program is underway and results thus far have been encouraging with at least half the wells capable of producing better than 1 million cubic feet per day each. The pipeline infrastructure is currently being completed and two compressors are being installed next week.
Based on these results the Company is on target to increase its Marten Creek production to 12 million cubic feet per day (2,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day) over the next several weeks.
As a result of the current program, another multi-well drilling program is planned for next winter.
Two drilling rigs are being utilized in Luke Energy's current drilling program. Following completion of the Marten Creek program one rig will go to Seal which is a new exploratory gas prospect about 40 miles northwest of Marten Creek. The Company has acquired an average 83% interest in 6,720 acres in this area. Plans are to drill two wells before spring break-up. The second rig will be moved to Bernadet in northeastern British Columbia to drill an offset to the Company's new gas discovery made in December of last year. A two mile pipeline is being installed to place the initial discovery well on production. The Company operates this project with a 50% interest and has a number of follow-up locations. Additional drilling is planned later this summer.
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