Coastal Energy Notes Initial Flow Rates at Songkhla A-10 Well
Coastal Energy Company announces the initial flow rate from the Songkhla A-10 well.
The Songkhla A-10 well was completed using an electric submersible pump and is initially flowing approximately 4,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) while still cleaning up. The next well, the A-13, has been spudded and will test the northeastern fault block at Songkhla A.
Randy Bartley, president and chief executive officer, commented:
"We are pleased with the initial flow rate from the A-10 well. We expect some additional gains in production as the well continues to clean up. Current offshore production is 23,000 bopd with total company production at 25,500 [barrels of oil equivalent per day].
The A-13 well is an exploration well testing a step-out prospect across the fault line in the northeastern area of Songkhla A. If successful, it will add additional reserves and open up a new area for further appraisal and development."
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