Abraxas Petroleum provides operational update

Published Sep 30, 2013
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Abraxas announces 145% increase to daily production-Spotlight

Abraxas Petroleum Corporation is pleased to provide the following operational update.

Williston Basin

In McKenzie County, North Dakota, Abraxas recently reached TD on the lateral of the Lillibridge 5H at 20,660 feet. Drilling operations on the Lillibridge West pad are now effectively complete approximately one month ahead of schedule. Completion of the four well pad is scheduled for late October. Abraxas owns a working interest of approximately 34% in both the Lillibridge East and West pads.

After reaming and casing the lateral of the Lillibridge 5H, Abraxas’ company-owned drilling rig, the Raven 1, will mobilize to the Jore pad to drill the Jore 1H, Jore 2H, and Jore 4H. Abraxas holds a 76% working interest in the Jore pad.

Eagle Ford Shale

In McMullen County, Texas, the Gran Torino A 11H averaged 466 boepd (388 barrels of oil per day, 465 mcf of natural gas per day) over the well’s first 30 full days of production. The recently completed Sting Ray A 8H appears to be an exceptional producer, averaging 1,233 boepd (1,104 barrels of oil per day, 773 mcf of natural gas per day) over the most recent five days of production. The production rates for each well do not include the impact of natural gas liquids and shrinkage at the processing plant. The company recently reached TD on the Camaro A 1H. Abraxas owns an 18.75% working interest in the Sting Ray A 8H and Gran Torino A 11H and a 25% working interest in the Camaro A 1H.

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