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  • pocilujko pocilujko Sep 9, 2013 4:33 PM Flag

    Operational Update

    SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

    Abraxas Petroleum Corporation (AXAS) is pleased to provide the following operational update and announce the company’s participation in upcoming conferences.

    Eagle Ford Shale

    In McMullen County, Texas, Abraxas’ forty acre pilot wells, the Camaro B 3H and Camaro B 4H, averaged 739 boepd (691 barrels of oil per day, 289 mcf of natural gas per day) and 808 boepd (755 barrels of oil per day, 319 mcf of natural gas per day) over each well’s first thirty full days of production, respectively. The production rates for each well do not include the impact of natural gas liquids and shrinkage at the processing plant. The Sting Ray A 8H was successfully completed with a 31 stage completion and was recently turned to sales. Abraxas is currently building the curve at 10,100 feet on the company’s 14th well at the WyCross prospect, the Camaro A 1H. Abraxas owns an 18.75% working interest in the Sting Ray A 8H and a 25% working interest in the Camaro A 1H, Camaro B 3H and Camaro B 4H.

    Following the Camaro A 1H, Abraxas will mobilize to the Blue Eyes 1H at the company’s Jourdanton prospect in Atascosa County. Abraxas holds a 100% working interest across the 4,000 acre lease block at Jourdanton.

    Williston Basin

    In McKenzie County, North Dakota, the Lillibridge 1H, producing from the Middle Bakken, averaged 1,275 boepd (1,027 barrels of oil per day, 1,487 mcf of natural gas per day) over the well’s first 30 full days of production. The Lillibridge 2H, producing from the Three Forks, averaged 958 boepd (766 barrels of oil per day, 1,153 mcf of natural gas per day) over the well’s first 30 full days of production. The Lillibridge 3H, producing from the Middle Bakken, averaged 1,291 boepd (1,031 barrels of oil per day, 1,556 mcf of natural gas per day) over the well’s first 30 full days of production. The Lillibridge 4H, producing from the Three Forks, averaged 922 boepd (697 barrels of oil per day, 1,346 mcf of natural gas per day) over the wel

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    • It doesn't get any better than that, all well a success and Spires a 100% WI.

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Continued:

      "The Lillibridge 4H, producing from the Three Forks, averaged 922 boepd (697 barrels of oil per day, 1,346 mcf of natural gas per day) over the well’s first 30 full days of production. The production rates for each well do not include the impact of natural gas liquids and shrinkage at the processing plant. Each of the four Lillibridge wells was constrained on a smaller than normal choke.

      On the Lillibridge West pad, Abraxas recently reached TD and set casing on the laterals of both the Lillibridge 8H and Lillibridge 7H at 20,800 feet. The Lillibridge 6H is currently drilling below 13,000 feet. After completing the lateral of the Lillibridge 6H, Abraxas will commence the drilling of the lateral section on the Lillibridge 5H. Abraxas owns a working interest of approximately 34% in both the Lillibridge East and West pads.

      Permian Basin

      In Nolan County, Texas, the Spires Ranch 129 2H, targeting the Strawn formation, reached a TD of 9,949 and has been cased. The well is currently scheduled to be fracture stimulated in mid-September. Abraxas holds a 100% working interest in the Spires Ranch 129 2H.

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      • "
        Sanchez pays up for Eagle Ford acreage

        September 9, 2013, 4:24 PM
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        By Claudia Assis

        Sanchez Energy Corp. SN paid up for a chunk of premium Eagle Ford shale acreage, spending nearly five times more than Exco Resources did just a few months ago.

        Up-and-coming Sanchez said Monday it bought about 11 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved reserves and 2,000 barrels a day of current production on 3,600 acres in McMullen County, a prolific Eagle Ford area, for $220 million in cash.

        The per-acre price of $61,000 compares with the $12,400 per acre Exco paid in July when it bought assets from Chesapeake Energy Corp., analysts at Jefferies & Co. said in a note to clients Monday.

        “This deal appears to be one of the more expensive per acre deals we’ve tracked in the play,” they added.

 
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