The Goodrich-Delaplain No. 1 well will be produced from 18ft sand at 3350 to 3368 ft. This particular sand sequence has proven to be highly commercial, as evidenced by the Goodrich-Langford No. 1 well that is located approximately 2500ft southwest of the Goodrich-Delaplain well location. The Langford No. 1 well has produced in excess of 1.1 BCFG (billion cubic feet of gas) and is currently flowing at a rate of 240 MCFGPD (thousand cubic feet gas per day) with a flowing tubing pressure of 1,260 lbs. The Pope No. 1 well that was the first well drilled in the Brushy Creek V Project is currently undergoing completion and hook up.
Sam Nastat, Gulf Western President and Director stated, "We are very pleased with the results of our Texas Gulf Coast Frio drilling program. We have successfully drilled 3 wells in our Shamrock Frio Project in Dewitt County Texas and now have successfully drilled the 6th of 10 Frio wells in our Brushy Creek Project."
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