Vess Oil Corp.; Hamilton ‘A’ #4
This Arbuckle well was producing 2 to 3 BOPD with 12 BWPD prior to treatment in May, 2002. After shooting the GasGun™ the production increased to 16 BOPD with 215 BWPD, with no other treatment. Currently (July 2003), the well is producing 18 BOPD and 272 BWPD and is not pumped off. Since the GasGun application, the well has produced 10,900 barrels of incremental oil.
Four other wells on the lease produce a total of 9 BOPD.
The Waterhouse #1 was shot with the GasGun™ in August 2001, utilizing a six-foot gun in the open-hole at a depth of 4274’-80’. The well was then treated with 110 gallons of carbon disulfide and 750 gallons of 10% acid. Prior to the application, the well was producing 1.5 BOPD and 20 BWPD. Afterwards, the production increased to 15-17 BOPD and 80-100 BWPD.
During the two years prior to the treatment, the well averaged less than
60 BO/month, during the first twenty months following the treatment, the
well has produced over 120 BO/month.
After shooting with GasGun™, and treating with carbon disulfide and acid, operator experienced no change in oil or water production. The well is probably situated in a nearly depleted portion of the reservoir.
Single producing well on lease.
Arbuckle was shot with a six-foot gun in cased hole. Zone was treated with 110 gallons of carbon disulfide and 750 gallons of acid. Immediate production was only 1 BOPD with 10 BWPD, but gradually increased to over 20 BOPD. The lease contains four other wells.
Very insignificant, short-lived, increase in performance. Well is producing at same rate as before treatment – probably a nearly depleted reservoir.
Rate prior to GasGun™ and acid treatment was 3 BOPD and 11 BWPD. Three months after treatment the rate was stable at 5 BOPD with 29 BWPD. A six-foot gun was shot through perforations. Through July 2003, the well has produced an incremental 1250 barrels of oil above the trend existing prior to the GasGun stimulation. A single well lease.
A six-foot gun was fired through perforations, then acidized with 1000 gallons of acid. After one hour only a trace of oil was recovered. Lack of significant production increase may be due to depletion.
A four-foot GasGun™ was shot in the open-hole. After treating with carbon disulfide and 750 gallons of acid, well increased from 2 BOPD and 26 BWPD, to 4 BOPD and 32 BWPD. Two producing wells are on the lease.
A six-foot GasGun™ was shot through Mississippian perfs, and treated with carbon disulfide and 750 gallons of acid. Prior rate of 2 BOPD and 40 BWPD was increased to 5 BOPD and 75 BWPD. Production has been stable for two years, resulting in an incremental 1125 barrels of oil, through July 2003. A single well lease.
Updated February 2003