Transerv Completes Fracture Stimulation Work at Warro-5 Well in WA
Transerv Energy reported Monday that fracture stimulation work has been successfully concluded at the Warro-5 well in Western Australia’s Mid-West.
The Warro-5 and Warro-6 wells are now being completed in preparation for long-term gas testing.
Warro-5 stimulation operations were completed on Jan. 7 and all the equipment is now being demobilized from site. The final, second stage at Warro-5 resulted in the 305,000 pounds (138,400 kilograms) of proppant being placed in the gas reservoir. Combined with the deeper Stage 1, Warro-5 has injected 385,000 pounds (175,000 kilograms) of proppant over an interval 14,206 - 14,469 feet (4,330 - 4,410 meters) rotary table (RT). Clean-up flows at Warro-5, conducted over the weekend yielded a sustained gas flow with a continuous flare. Like Warro-6, the gas rate could not be measured. This will be done once metering equipment, required for the extended testing program, is installed.
At Warro-6, the Enerdrill workover Rig 1 is now preparing to run 2.375 inch production tubing after which a jet pump will be placed in the well to assist with the recovery of any liquids. An identical completion will be installed immediately afterwards at Warro-5. Gas flow testing is expected to commence at both Warro-5 and 6 wells during the second half of January and is planned to continue through 1Q and 2Q 2016.
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