British Columbia

A 640-m horizontal leg drilled underbalanced in the underpressured Cretaceous Dunlevy formation at Buick Creek, BC, north of Dawson Creek, has flowed at a stable 2.9 MMcfd of gas at 5.6% drawdown, said Yoho Resources Inc., Calgary.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Jan. 5
– A 640-m horizontal leg drilled underbalanced in the underpressured Cretaceous Dunlevy formation at Buick Creek, BC, north of Dawson Creek, has flowed at a stable 2.9 MMcfd of gas at 5.6% drawdown, said Yoho Resources Inc., Calgary.

Sample analysis indicated high quality sandstone reservoir for the entire horizontal section. The company estimated sandface absolute open flow potential to be 12.7 MMcfd.

Yoho Resources has a 97.5% capital expenditure interest in the well and a 78.5% revenue interest. The well is to be connected and flowing in early February 2010, and several follow-up locations are to be drilled this year.

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