US Natural Gas Corp. begins installing sulfa treement facility in W. Virginia

Source: US Natural Gas Corp.

Appalachian-focused independent producer US Natural Gas Corp. (OTC:UNGS) has initiated the installation of a Sulfa Treatment facility for its West Virginia natural gas project. 

US Natural Gas Corp. recently set two Sulfatreat vertical pressure vessels for the treatment of its natural gas production. Over the next two weeks, contractors will complete the fabrication of the facility and tie it into the Company's gathering system. The facility functions to remove contaminants, mainly Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), from the Company's natural gas production. 

In addition, the Company has initiated its Completion Project for three of its partially completed deep wells. The three wells which will be completed include the Butler Davis 9s, Isabelle Bowling 7, and Susie Johnson 2. Each of these wells was drilled over the past three years to an average total depth of 4800 ft. 

"Now that we have completed the fabrication of most of our ancillary facilities, we can now focus on increasing production through the completion of these wells and drilling new wells," stated Wayne Anderson, President of US Natural Gas Corp. "Early indications from prior studies on these wells give us extreme optimism that they well be commercially viable wells and contribute to our daily production."



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