Looking at the Ops update again, gas production from April to June was negligible, so not really a benchmark.
Gas production from July to September was about 1.4 mmscf/day, this is assuming all the teething troubles were ironed out on the 1st July? It is more likely production increased in August and September.
Let's say we've steadied out at 2.5 mmscf/day. This is about 450 boe. Add that to the 200 bbls a day we normally produce and give the fraccing 100 bbls a day credit. Even at today's oil price, we could be pulling in $2 Mill a month now?
I can see a very nice Christmas present on the horizon :)
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