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Frontera confirms find at Georgia well

15/09/2014 by


Frontera Resources Corporation says it has completed well #32a at the Mtsare Khevi Gas Complex in Georgia.

Frontera says well #32a successfully encountered approximately 20 metres of objective pay sands from 330 metres to 350 metres. Testing of this objective has determined that it will be capable of delivering up to 700 Mcf per day of gas. An additional approximate 25 metres of pay sands were also encountered in the well and gas from these sands will be placed into production over time. The well is currently being connected to Frontera's gas gathering and sales infrastructure.

Mobilisation to the next planned location is under way and drilling of well #34 is expected to commence before the end of September. The well will take approximately fifteen days to reach total depth. Well #34 is planned to be drilled to a depth of approximately 400 meters and is designed to continue to explore and expand the identified gas potential associated with the Mtsare Khevi Gas Complex.

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