Frontera Begins Gas Production at Mstare Khevi, Georgia
Frontera Resources Corporation reported Friday that it has begun gas production operations at the Mtsare Khevi Gas Complex in the Republic of Georgia.
Production started after Frontera completed the commissioning of the gas gathering and transportation infrastructure at the Mtsare Khevi field. Production is planned at a rate of approximately two million cubic feet per day of gas.
The Mtsare Khevi field is situated within a larger play area of approximately 30 square miles that is known as the Mtsare Khevi Complex. It contains gas targets of between 985 feet and 16,400 feet in depth.
Frontera estimates what it describes as "significant gas potential" throughout the area, with up to 1.2 trillion cubic feet of gas in place and up to 700 bcf of recoverable gas.
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