Yes I totally agree with you on the water front analogue and it have always stated this to, and I think we will do very well once the 3000 bpd water get injected through Reading wells, it make perfect sense let the waterflood do what the expensive drills can't not do or sustain at the point cause of cost efficiency! Yep and as we start to keep to targets things will look very different than what they do, and personally there looking better at the days past!!! Jules! Trump! Very true words indeed sirs!!!
It seems to be all about water flood at the moment ...... securing 3000 barrels of water and laying a few more feet of pipeline is more important than 50-100 barrels from a more expensive well at this stage......Once a steady income stream is created then we can look more closely at the deeper drilling IMO ......think the same will be the case in St Marys and GG acreage too ...if they can hit 2017 target we'll be fine .....they just need to do it for once ....Some of the stupid posts below just reinforce my view that it's best to sit tight and simply wait for things to develop ......mind you it could be worse you could be in LGO or FRR .....
A feeling that we are going to be surprised when are BPD figure's are out along with the water flood ? The case of line up all your duck in a row, and then the fun starts !!! Running up to Christmas and next year is going to be very exciting me think's!!!! Time is pasting everyday closer to targets
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