Wyoming-based energy company High Plains Gas has reported the results of its re-enhancement program implemented on 22 gas wells in the Grams, Mills Gillette and Foundation leases.
The company’s average production for previously producing wells increased 129%, as compared to those wells that had not underwent re-enhancement.
The re-enhancement program included well clean-outs, pump and blower changes and other activities to initiate and increase existing production.
Of the total wells in the enhancement program, 10 wells with prior natural gas production had a net increase of 4,289mcf (thousand cubic feet) for the month after re-enhancement efforts, for an average increase of 129%.
The 12 wells that did not have gas production prior to February 2010 and added 4,821mcf per month to High Plains natural gas output after restarting took place.