The prospect consists of 9 Yegua wells on the leases which have depths of 5,000 to 9,000 feet, three producing wells and 4 work-over wells. It is expected that the 4 work-over prospects will generate in the range of 100 to 200 barrels per day of oil production. A new well, the Gulf Crown #6, will also be drilled. The overall project will consist of completing the work-overs and re-entry of the existing wells. The company also plans an updip on the Humble-Simms #16, which will allow access to three deeper sands within the Orange Massive formation.
This project is an exciting project for Brighton as it offers existing production, ongoing work-over opportunities, as well as new drilling into established formations and zones of production.
Sam Petrossian, Chief Executive Officer of Brighton Oil commented, "The South Liberty Oil Field Lease is a perfect complement to our growing portfolio of oil field assets. We remain completely focused on only acquiring properties that can yield near term production for our company."
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