Pacific Stratus Completes 2nd Production Test at La Creciente 3
Pacific Stratus has completed the second production test at the La Creciente 3 well (LCA-3), which indicates a production potential of 32.7 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) with a 32/64 inch choke.
LCA-3, located at Prospect A of the La Creciente Block in the Lower Magdalena Basin of Colombia was drilled to a final Measured Depth of 12,950 feet or 10,977 True Vertical Depth at Sub-Sea level. Test results of the DST-2 indicate a production potential slightly higher than that measured at the LCA-1 well, which measured 29.1 mmcfd with the same choke.
The company also announced that drilling at LCD-1 has reached 860 feet and the company is presently preparing to run and cement the surface casing. Total final depth of this well is planned at 11,143 feet and the top of Cienaga de Oro is expected at 10,583 feet.
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