Samson Oil & Gas provided an operational update on several projects that are underway.
Gene #1-22H (30.6% working interest)
The Gene #1-22H is scheduled to be fracture stimulated on March 29th. As previously reported, this well has been drilled as a 5,500 foot horizontal in the middle Bakken Formation and has been cased with external casing packers in the zone of interest.
Ripsaw #1 (95% working interest)
The road access and well site civil works are close to being completed on the Ripsaw #1. It is anticipated the Black Creek Drilling Inc. Rig #2 will be mobilizing to the well location on March 22nd, with a spud to follow one to two days later.
The Ripsaw well is evaluating a Yegua Formation channel indentified seismically and known to be gas productive in offsetting wells. The prospect has potential resource of 1.0 Bcf.
State GC #2 (37% working interest)
The workover of this well is progressing but, as is customary, the operations are being conducted on a 12-hour basis. The first of the three Bone Spring zones that are being evaluated has been perforated and tested. That test indicated that the zone is capable of producing oil but will require fracture stimulation. An estimate of the expected post fracture stimulation flow rate has yet to be made. Once the current work over operations are complete, the estimate will be performed as part of the stimulation design work. The stimulation is subject to crew availability but is currently expected be scheduled for late April or early May.
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