British Columbia

Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Calgary, applied to the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission for a fieldwide waterflood in the Triassic Halfway reservoir at its 6,000-acre Woodrush project in the Peace River arch area of Northeast BC.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Oct. 29
– Dejour Enterprises Ltd., Calgary, applied to the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission for a fieldwide waterflood in the Triassic Halfway reservoir at its 6,000-acre Woodrush project in the Peace River arch area of Northeast BC.

A-91-H, third well in the project, has gone on production at 150 b/d from the Halfway pool, confirming a single Halfway reservoir with an estimated 1.35 million bbl of recoverable oil. The company estimated that the waterflood will add more than 700,000 bbl of oil to the recoverable reserves from the reservoir.

Dejour, operator with 75% working interest, would start water injection as early as the end of January 2011.

Production capacity from the Halfway reservoir is more than 850 b/d of oil from three wells, and Dejour restricts production under the provincial allowable until flooding starts. Gas production is 2.7 MMcfd from six wells in various Woodrush gas reservoirs.

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