New Mexico

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Aug. 11
– The Crossroads-302 well in Crossroads Siluro-Devonian Unit in Lea County, NM, was reactivated July 30 and has averaged 130 b/d of oil since reactivation, said operator Enhanced Oil Resources Inc., Houston.

Production totals 232 b/d from the unit, which EOR acquired in May 2008 when it was making 36 b/d. Three wells have been reactivated at a total cost of less than $500,000.

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