Traces of oil have already been recorded at surface and most encouragingly casing pressure started to increase after 13 hours.
() has commenced cleanup flows at the Rex-3 well as part of its multi-well development of the Wizard Lake Oilfield in Alberta, Canada.
As with previous wells a significant amount of the fraccing fluid needs to be recovered before material levels of oil and gas from the reservoir reach the surface.
However, traces of oil have already been recorded at surface and most encouragingly casing pressure started to increase after 13 hours which did not occur in Rex 2 until 43 hours after the commencement of flow back.
Whitebark managing director David Messina said: “We have had a very encouraging start to the testing program and are very excited about what we expect to see in the days to follow.
“In addition, the plant upgrade work is progressing well with all equipment now on site and the final connection work underway. “
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