Eagle's Nest field in GoM begins production

Production has begun at the Eagle's Nest field in Eugene Island block 6 in the state waters of Louisiana, according to Bayou Bend Petroleum.

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VANCOUVER -- Production has begun at the Eagle's Nest field in
Eugene Island block 6 in the state waters of Louisiana, according to
Bayou Bend Petroleum. The well was opened on July 24, 2008, and is
currently flowing at 35.1 MMcf/d and 744 b/d of condensate with 9170 psi
FTP. The well is tied into Contango's EI 11 production facility for
processing and sales.

Bayou Bend also reports that its Mt. Moran North well, located in Eugene
Island block 10, is currently drilling ahead at 16,280 ft (4,962 m)
after setting a drilling liner at 15,997 ft (4,876 m). The well is
planned for a total depth of 17,000 ft (5,182 m) MD/TVD, which should be
reached in early August. If the well is successful it will also be
tied-in to Contango's EI 11 production facility for processing and
sales, the company says.

The company's Eugene Island block 164 well No. 1 was spudded on June 24,
2008, and is currently at 14,575 ft (4,442 m). The plan is to drill out
of the 9 5/8-in. (24-cm) casing, which was run to 14,575 ft (4,442 m).
The jackup Blake Rig No. 303 will drill the well to a depth of
16,200 ft (4,938 m) TVD. The project should reach total depth in mid
August, the company says.

08/04/2008

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