Double Eagle Petroleum Logs Pay at Mad #1
Double Eagle Petroleum announced progress and news on the Mad #1 well at Cow Creek Field, progress on the Environmental Impact Study at the Atlantic Rim, and the rig schedule for the deep Madison test at Cow Creek Field and for the Dakota test at our Christmas Meadows Prospect.
The Mad # 1 well has been completed with perforations at a depth of 3,297 to 3,306 feet in the Deep Creek Sandstone in the lower Mesaverde. The well was tested flowing up 7 inch casing at a rate of 934 mcfpd and 744 bwpd with flowing casing pressure of 420 psi on a 20/64 choke. We have 100% working interest in this well with a net revenue interest of 80%.
On April 11, 2006, the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC) approved density spacing of two wells per 160-acre tract in a portion of the Eastern Washakie coal bed natural gas play. With respect to acreage included in federal units in that area, which includes all of our producing coal bed methane wells, the Federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) controls this decision, and the BLM has given no indication of whether its current study on this issue will result in authorization of 80-acre spacing.
The drilling rig that will drill a 12,350-foot Madison test at Cow Creek
Field and then drill a 15,750-foot test at our Christmas Meadows Prospect has
been delayed finishing a well for another operator. The rig is now expected
to arrive at Cow Creek Field around May 15 and then move to Christmas Meadows
around July 15.
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