"We have installed a newly designed down hole tube pump in the Doris Hall #1. It is currently pumping over 200 barrels of fluid below a packer. The casing leak has been plugged and the well is beginning to produce oil", said Dave Geyer, President of DRG Energy. The well was producing 20 BOPD when it was shut-in in 1988.
The Doris Hall #3 well is currently producing about 10 BOPD with a 1 1/2 " pump, the fluid level on this well is staying above 900 feet. We have purchased and installed a new 2" pump for this well, which should increase the amount of fluid by 60%. "I am eager to see how much the oil production increases with the installation of this new pump", said Kent Rodriguez, CEO of Avalon. "We are awaiting a work-over rig for the Doris Hall #6A and Fletcher # 1. Both wells have casing leaks that need to be repaired. We are also evaluating a chemical treatment program for the leasehold," added Rodriguez.
"The initial results on the Doris Hall #1 and Doris Hall #3 are very encouraging, and we are excited to begin the workover on the Doris Hall 6A and the Fletcher #1." "With the oil cut increasing every day, we feel the chemical treatment program will enhance the existing production", said Oklahoma City Independent Oil Producer and working interest owner, Stan Barta.
Avalon, DRG and Barta all own an undivided twenty five percent (25%) working interest in the Doris Hall and Fletcher Leasehold.
Avalon is actively seeking the acquisition of other oil and gas properties in Northeast Louisiana, Southern Arkansas and East Texas.
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