DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Apr 28, 2014) - EARTHSTONE ENERGY, INC. (
"We are pleased to restart operations in south Texas," commented Ray Singleton, President of Earthstone. "The Company plans to first evaluate a lower section of the Mirando Sand in the WCNU #126 well that strangely appears capable of production. If this lower interval proves productive, two other existing wells may be perforated in this lower interval. During this test period, the remaining two new wells are undergoing preliminary completion steps pending the results of the WCNU #126 test. Following that test, the Company plans to perforate all the wells in the upper pay zone.
The Company previously disclosed a yearlong effort to reevaluate this field. So far we are pleased with preliminary results after drilling our first three test wells. We anticipate that this reevaluation and exploitation will positively impact production, in addition to reserves, and have a meaningful impact on the value of the Company."
ABOUT EARTHSTONE ENERGY:
Earthstone Energy, Inc. is a growth-oriented independent oil and gas exploration and production company with primary operations in the Williston Basin and southern Texas. Earthstone is currently traded on NYSE MKT under the symbol ESTE. Information on Earthstone can be found at its web site: www.earthstoneenergy.com.
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