Idaho

Bridge Resources Corp., Calgary, said its gas-condensate discovery in western Idaho flowed at the stable rate of 4.5 MMcfd of gas and 54 b/d of 61.5° gravity condensate without water after tubing and a wellhead were installed.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, May 4
– Bridge Resources Corp., Calgary, said its gas-condensate discovery in western Idaho flowed at the stable rate of 4.5 MMcfd of gas and 54 b/d of 61.5° gravity condensate without water after tubing and a wellhead were installed.

Initial and final shut-in pressures were unchanged at 1,600 psi at the M.L. Investments 1-10 discovery well.

Meanwhile, the company drilled its fourth well, State (Teunissen) 1-17, to a total depth of 4,520 ft and cemented casing to test potential gas pay sands down to a depth of 2,000 ft.

Bridge and partner Paramax Resources Ltd. have spud the fifth and last well in the program, Schwarz 1-10, 12 miles northeast of State 1-17, which is projected to 3,500 ft.

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