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El Paso Corp. said it has almost doubled its lease position to 112,000 net acres in the South Texas Cretaceous Eagle Ford shale gas-condensate play, where it plans to maintain a one-rig program.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 4
– El Paso Corp. said it has almost doubled its lease position to 112,000 net acres in the South Texas Cretaceous Eagle Ford shale gas-condensate play, where it plans to maintain a one-rig program.

Its first completion, a 4,000-ft lateral with a 16-stage frac in La Salle County, is still cleaning up with volumes increasing to the current flow rate of 6.1 MMcfe/d at 5,200 psi flowing tubing pressure.

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