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Operations Update

13 July 2018:

We are seeing strong oil and gas production growth in our four new wells drilled from the Hovencamp pad as they build towards peak production.  Currently the four wells are averaging approximately 800 barrels of oil equivalent per day each.  We expect the production rates of these new wells to continue to grow and reach their peak production levels within the next week or two.  We are very pleased with their performance so far, including the very high percentage of higher value crude oil as a part of the production mix.

The Wilson 1H well, which had been temporarily shut-in during the completion operations of the nearby Hovencamp wells, is also continuing to increase its oil and gas production volumes.  The Wilson 1H is still producing large amounts of water, but is currently producing approximately 70 barrels of oil equivalent per day and continuously improving as it returns to its pre-shut in levels.  As we previously reported, the adjacent Wilson 2H well had returned to its pre-shut in production levels in late June and is currently producing approximately 275 barrel of oil equivalent per day.

6 July 2018:

Our four recently completed wells on the Hovencamp pad are cleaning-up as expected with a continuously increasing rate of oil and gas production and the strong flow-back of the completion fluids used during hydraulic fracturing.   As previously mentioned, the wells are being cleaned-up at a lower rate than on the previous Wilson wells in order to preserve pressure.  However, all four wells are currently producing over 400 barrels of oil equivalent per day, while flowing at very high pressures of approximately 1,200 psi.  The production rates are increasing steadily as the large amount of water used to hydraulically fracture the wells is removed.  Oil is being trucked and sold, and natural gas is now being sold through temporary facilities while the construction of permanent facilities is being finalized.  These four wells are still making over 1,400 barrels of water per day each as they clean-up.  They are gradually being brought to full production rates to optimize long-term recovery, and we are pleased that they are performing well.

Additionally, our first two wells, the Wilson 1 and 2 that were temporarily shut-in for approximately 5 weeks during completion operations of the nearby Hovencamp wells, are returning to production as expected.  Oil and gas volumes of the Wilson 2H well are back to pre-shut in levels of about 275 barrels of oil equivalent per day.  The Wilson 1H well is much closer to the four new wells and therefore was impacted more significantly.  It is still producing over 350 barrels of water per day, but is making 60 barrels of oil equivalent per day and improving each day as the water is removed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operations Update

13 July 2018:

We are seeing strong oil and gas production growth in our four new wells drilled from the Hovencamp pad as they build towards peak production.  Currently the four wells are averaging approximately 800 barrels of oil equivalent per day each.  We expect the production rates of these new wells to continue to grow and reach their peak production levels within the next week or two.  We are very pleased with their performance so far, including the very high percentage of higher value crude oil as a part of the production mix.

The Wilson 1H well, which had been temporarily shut-in during the completion operations of the nearby Hovencamp wells, is also continuing to increase its oil and gas production volumes.  The Wilson 1H is still producing large amounts of water, but is currently producing approximately 70 barrels of oil equivalent per day and continuously improving as it returns to its pre-shut in levels.  As we previously reported, the adjacent Wilson 2H well had returned to its pre-shut in production levels in late June and is currently producing approximately 275 barrel of oil equivalent per day.

6 July 2018:

Our four recently completed wells on the Hovencamp pad are cleaning-up as expected with a continuously increasing rate of oil and gas production and the strong flow-back of the completion fluids used during hydraulic fracturing.   As previously mentioned, the wells are being cleaned-up at a lower rate than on the previous Wilson wells in order to preserve pressure.  However, all four wells are currently producing over 400 barrels of oil equivalent per day, while flowing at very high pressures of approximately 1,200 psi.  The production rates are increasing steadily as the large amount of water used to hydraulically fracture the wells is removed.  Oil is being trucked and sold, and natural gas is now being sold through temporary facilities while the construction of permanent facilities is being finalized.  These four wells are still making over 1,400 barrels of water per day each as they clean-up.  They are gradually being brought to full production rates to optimize long-term recovery, and we are pleased that they are performing well.

Additionally, our first two wells, the Wilson 1 and 2 that were temporarily shut-in for approximately 5 weeks during completion operations of the nearby Hovencamp wells, are returning to production as expected.  Oil and gas volumes of the Wilson 2H well are back to pre-shut in levels of about 275 barrels of oil equivalent per day.  The Wilson 1H well is much closer to the four new wells and therefore was impacted more significantly.  It is still producing over 350 barrels of water per day, but is making 60 barrels of oil equivalent per day and improving each day as the water is removed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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