Texas: Abraxas pursues Strawn horizontal play

By OGJ editors

Abraxas Petroleum Corp., San Antonio, has completed a second horizontal Strawn oil and gas well on its Spires Ranch acreage in Nolan County, West Central Texas.

The Spires 126 2H went to 9,000 ft measured total depth including a 2,000-ft lateral and is completed in unstimulated open hole.

It averaged 47 b/d of oil, 46 b/d of natural gas liquids, and 210 Mcfd of gas its first 20 days on production. Abraxas owns a 100% working interest in the well.

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