Magnum Hunter Resources Provides Eagle Ford Shale Operations Update
Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation (NYSE: MHR) provided today a drilling, operational, and production update on the Company's activities in the oil-window of the Eagle Ford Shale unconventional resource play located across approximately 51,664 gross acres predominately in Gonzales and Lavaca Counties of South Texas. Significant highlights for the third quarter of 2011 for the Company's Eagle Ford Shale oil-window activities include:
The Oryx Hunter #1H which was drilled to a measured depth of 16,955 feet (horizontal lateral length of 6,687 feet), fraced with 21 stages and placed on production September 18, 2011. The initial flowing production rate was 2,044 Boepd (1,944 Bopd, 600 Mcf & 0 Water) on a 16/64" choke with 1,650 psi FCP.
The Sable Hunter #1H was drilled to a measured depth of 15,728 feet (horizontal lateral length of 5,067 feet) fraced with 15 stages in early September and has posted a 24-hour IP rate of 1,017 Boepd (920 Bpds 581 Mcf & 0 Water) on a 16/64" choke with 1,900 psi FCP. This well went on production September 12, 2011.
The Company's capital budget for the Eagle Ford Division for fiscal 2011 remains at approximately $75 million (30% of the total capex budget) to drill 16 gross wells (8.4 net wells). Since spudding our first Eagle Ford Shale well in June 2010 and year-to-date, Magnum Hunter has drilled and completed 11 gross wells (6.3 net wells). The Furrh #2H well (50% working interest) is located in Lavaca County and is currently drilling with an anticipated 20 stage frac completion date beginning in mid-October. Eagle Ford Hunter has an additional 8 gross wells (4.5 net wells) planned for spudding before year-end 2011. The Company anticipates having a total of 19 gross wells (10.8 net wells) on line and flowing to sales on or before year-end 2011.
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