San Leon completes flow test at Lewino-1G2 in Poland
LONDON -- San Leon Energy has announced the successful completion of flow testing in the Ordovician shales in the Lewino-1G2 well, on its 221,000-acre Gdansk W Concession in Poland's northern Baltic basin. Based upon these results, the company plans to spud its first horizontal well and multi-stage frac at Lewino in the near future.
The well achieved sustained gas production rate of 45,000 to 60,000 scfd, after six weeks of well clean up. Acquired data estimate a potential rate of 200,000 to 400,000 scfd, based on full clean-up of frac fluid. The well yielded condensate of around 20 bbl per mmscf, improving the overall economic potential of the play.
Based on the results, a long, horizontal well with multi-staged frac will now be drilled and tested, as soon as possible—subject to permitting, rig availability and planning with technical partners.
The company said it believed flowrates had been achieved through the successful frac three, in the upper Ordovician, leaving considerable potential for future stimulation of the entire Ordovician section.