Junior exploration and production company Crimson Exploration (CXPO:NASDAQ) announced Monday that it has started production of two wells in the Eagle Ford Shale.
The Littlepage McBride #2H started production at a gross rate of 1,030 Boepd (952 Bopd and 465 Mcfpd) using 2,700 psi of flowing tubing pressure. The site that was drilled had a total measured depth of 16,174 feet, which included a 4,200 foot lateral, Upstream reports. This well belongs to a set of four wells that exist in the area, including a well that has been producing since April and two that are in progress.
The KM Ranch #1H well was drilled to a total measured depth of 12,627 feet, which included a 5,800 foot lateral. Fracing the well required 20 stages and then flow back operations commenced. This well yielded gross production of 418 boepd with a 20/64” choke and 397 psi of flowing casing pressure, according to the media outlet.
Crimson Exploration plans to begin drilling its first well in the Dimmit County area and other two in Zavala County, the media outlet reports. The company plans to spud its first Woodbine well in Madison County by November at the latest.