British Columbia

Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Vancouver, BC, is within a month of completion of processing a $1 million 3D three-component seismic survey that is expected to confirm development drilling targets at its Woodrush pool on the Peace River arch 60 miles north of Fort St. John, BC.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Jan. 27
– Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Vancouver, BC, is within a month of completion of processing a $1 million 3D three-component seismic survey that is expected to confirm development drilling targets at its Woodrush pool on the Peace River arch 60 miles north of Fort St. John, BC.

The company may extend the pool north and south of the discovery well over as many as three sections. Also, it will develop a best possible completion profile for the D-81 well, drilled in December 2009. The well reached its target in a high-quality Triassic Halfway sand that had 2 m of crude oil and 3 m of natural gas pay.

The rig is expected to complete the 2009-10 drilling program near the end of March 2010. The Woodrush project consists of six gas and oil wells with associated production facilities. Dejour is project operator with 75% interest.

Expansion of compression facilities is expected to result in increased gross production of 1,200 Mcfday when reconnected to the Spectra pipeline by the end of January 2010. Operational enhancements and better transportation and sales terms are expected to increase gross production to 650 boe/d.

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