Northeast BC yields Devonian Pine Point gas

03/20/2000
Union Pacific Resources Inc., Fort Worth, hopes to start gas production in mid-2000 from underdeveloped Klua field in a remote area of Northeast British Columbia.The most recent well, a-49-J/94-J-8, near Klua Lake 30 miles southeast of Fort Nelson, encountered 162 m of dolomitized reef in the Devonian Pine Point formation, including 57 m of net pay, said Search Energy Corp., Calgary. TD is 2,400 m.The companies planned to complete a-49-J and drill c-18-J. Each well is on a separate structure.Another well, d-27-J, blew out Dec. 6 and was capped Dec. 18, 1999, after drilling 14 m of reservoir. No injuries were reported. D-27-J flowed 15 MMcfd of gas in January on a 33/64 in. choke with 10% ...
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