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Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Calgary, tested light sour oil at the rate of more than 500 b/d from the Triassic Halfway formation at its Woodrush project in the Peace River arch of Northeast British Columbia.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 23
-- Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Calgary, tested light sour oil at the rate of more than 500 b/d from the Triassic Halfway formation at its Woodrush project in the Peace River arch of Northeast British Columbia.

Dejour set production casing at the A-1-I/94-H-02 after it encountered a Halfway oil pool and other productive horizons (OGJ Online, Mar. 22, 2010). The well is on a newly defined seismic feature north of the 2008 Woodrush oil discovery made in Dejour’s D-91-H well.

Production from the A-1-I well is to start by the end of March at initial rates between 300 and 400 b/d. Dejour is operator with 75% working interest and holds 18,000 net acres in the Peace River arch area.

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