Frontera Resources Corporation has issued an update of operations in Georgia. Frontera says since its last update on 5 September, operations continue to progress at the South Kakheti Gas Complex, situated within its Block 12 portfolio.
Work programmes have this year resulted in important new technical milestones that have been achieved in Oil Window frac operations.
The application of demonstrated stimulation methodology has improved overall Zone 9 hydrocarbon recovery.
The update says: "As we implement techniques that have been applied in similar zones across North America, we continue to adapt in order to maximize production rates and cumulative volumes. With this, well preparation, site construction and associated materials procurement are in process for the next six well campaign that is planned to commence in October.
"The upcoming campaign will continue to yield results for Oil Window and Gas Window reservoir objectives against the Company's planned work programs this year. Of note, related to Gas Window operations, the Udabno#2 well will be stimulated as part of a testing program in October.
"The planned stimulation will be the first that is designed to evaluate an extensive gas-bearing interval of approximately 2,000 meters in gross reservoir thickness associated with this well. A targeted, multi-zone approach will be implemented in order to maximise the stimulated rock volume."
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