Caza reports results on second Bone Spring test well

Caza Oil & Gas Inc., Houston, says its second Bone Spring test well in West Copperline, NM, produced at a peak gross rate of 879 b/d of oil and 1,374 Mcfd of natural gas.

The well reached a depth of 15,800 ft in the third Bone Spring Sand interval and was fracture stimulated beginning on Feb. 20. The well continues to produce on a 22/64-in. adjustable choke at 1,650 psi at a rate of about 1,108 boe/d.

Infrastructure in place since the completion of the first West Copperline well in the second Bone Spring Sand interval, directly above the recent test well, has enabled the sale of oil and gas from the new well, said Caza.

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