Dejour Energy Inc. announced an operational update for its project in NW Colorado.
Since the commencement of the current phase of Kokopelli in September 2014, Dejour, together with its operating partner (the 'Operating Partner'), have completed the drilling, casing and testing of the produced water disposal (PWD) well on Pad 21A, vital to the economics of the ongoing Kokopelli production programs. This well is now ready to equip as a disposal well for produced water for all wells expected to be drilled in the future on the Jolley Mesa portion of the south lease at Kokopelli.
Subsequently, on Pad 21B, less than 500 yards away, Dejour and its Operating Partner successfully drilled and cased 7 Williams Fork wells (Federal 14-15-1-21 through Federal 14-15-8-21) and a single vertical 13600' Mancos test well (Federal 14-15-7-21) as contemplated in the original 2014 drill program by the Operating Partner.
Logs to date of the Williams Fork indicate production profiles consistent with existing current production. Logs of the Mancos section encountered in the last well indicate the presence of gas throughout this deeper zone.