As part of the work-over plan, the well tubing section has undergone a chemical cleanup using wax and asphaltene stabilizers.

DLMC also tried a swabbing test on the well, but was unsuccessful as each time the fluid head was swabbed off, the well started flowing oil and gas making it impossible to conduct ongoing swabbing operations.

Whilst performing the chemical cleanup of the well tubing section, the well underwent a pump simulation using the wireline.

Results of the simulation indicate that the well, in its current state, should be able to produce at a sustainable rate of 300bopd with the installation of a pump or artificial lift.

Next, chemicals will be injected into the producing formation, and will be allowed to soak for approximately 14 to 20 days to clean up the tubing-reservoir interface.