BOWLING GREEN, Ken. (PRWEB) October 17, 2018
Tier I Horizontal Berea oil wells in this area have reportedly averaged in the range of ~100 - 150 BOPD over the initial 90 days of production where the well development costs are significantly lower, as compared to other plays across the US. Berea oil production from Lawrence County, Kentucky represents nearly 25% of the states total annual oil production in 2014.
“We are extremely pleased with the reservoir quality and future production potential we have seen from our vertical test, and are excited about horizontal well operations, said Steve Stengell, Encore’s President CEO. “Although reliable production information is not available for the Berea play, at this time, we believe that ~30000+ barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) is a validated and realistic first-year per well production target based on third-party reports, technological improvements, and verified and unofficial volume reports of production,” added Stengell.
“As tensions in the Middle East and the global demand for crude oil both escalate, we firmly believe the future for oil has never been brighter,” said Joseph Hooper, Encore’s Executive Vice. “In recent months. We have also seen major acquisitions and an influx of oil and gas investment capital coming into Appalachia,” added Hooper.
Qualified SEC defined accredited investors can deduct 100% of their investment against all forms of income with years of potential income from production.
For more information, please contact Joseph Hooper at (270) 842-1242, ext. 224.
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