Frontera Resources Provides Operations Update at the Taribani Field Unit, Georgia

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 7/31/2008, Location: Asia

Frontera Resources Corporation announced an update of its operations at the Taribani Field Unit within Block 12, Georgia. After the completion of fracing operations at the Dino #2 development well during the last week of April and the T-#45 well during the last week of May, both wells have undergone extensive, long-term production testing as part of a larger field-wide effort to enhance production by applying artificially induced fractures to objective Zone 9 reservoirs at a depth of approximately 2,300 meters. Frac completions are designed to enhance well flow-rates and ensure sustainability of production.

Production testing has been ongoing at various flowrates and pressure drawdowns since the wells were initially completed, and they have continued to yield sustainable production of 36 degree API oil with no associated flow of sediment, an occurrence that has previously presented a challenge to sustainable production from wells at the Taribani Field. In addition, no formation water has been produced.

The first in a series of planned development wells, the Dino #2 and T-#45 wells are flowing oil from Zone 9, an oil-producing reservoir interval that was hydraulically fraced at both locations at a depth of approximately 2,300 meters. Based on data obtained from production testing to date at both wells and following successful completion of planned testing and optimization programs, Frontera is planning to put the Dino #2 well and the T-#45 wells into optimized production at expected rates of approximately 200 bbls per day and 130 bbls per day, respectively.

The next scheduled development well is the Taribani South #1 well. A rig is currently mobilizing on location from within Block 12 and the well is expected to commence drilling in early September and take approximately forty five days to drill and test. The Taribani South #1 well is designed to be completed in Zone 9 at a depth of approximately 2,200 meters and will also test Zones 14 and 15 at depths of approximately 2,400 meters and 2,500 meters, respectively. Situated approximately 100 meters up-dip to the Dino #2 and T-#45 wells and approximately 300 meters up-dip to the lowest known oil in Zone 9, this well will be the first to be drilled near the crest of the Taribani Field structure and is expected to further delineate the size of the field.


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