UK: Sterling Resources touts Breagh well test results

Sterling Resources Ltd., Calgary, has spudded the fourth well at Breagh field in the UK North Sea after test results from the first three wells fell within the range of expected outcomes from the reservoir simulation model.

When normalized to reflect the expected sales level of wellhead pressure, the current three-well capacity is estimated at 88 MMscfd, in line with the field development program general assumption, Sterling said. Production capacities are 58 MMscfd for the A3 well, 16 MMscfd for A1, and 18 MMscfd for A2.

Five wells are expected to be available for production in early May 2013 for combined delivery of 150 MMscfd.

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