British Columbia

Husky Energy Inc., Calgary, gauged encouraging flow rates at two vertical exploratory wells in Northeast British Columbia’s Montney and Doig shales and plans to drill its first horizontal well there in 2010.

Oct 30th, 2009

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Oct. 30
– Husky Energy Inc., Calgary, gauged encouraging flow rates at two vertical exploratory wells in Northeast British Columbia’s Montney and Doig shales and plans to drill its first horizontal well there in 2010.

The company said it expanded its land position to 24,000 net acres from 11,500 acres in the play.

The Graham b-10-D/94-B-9 well flowed at a rate of 2.9 MMcfd of gas from the Doig formation. The Cypress a-31-B/94-B-15 well flowed 5.4 MMcfd from the Montney and 2.9 MMcfd from the Doig.

Recovery potential from the wells is among the best vertical tests from the Doig/Montney play, Husky said without giving figures.

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