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Member Since: Tue, 12th Apr 2016

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Last Posted: Sun 22:35

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Sun 22:35

" production zones now safely behind cemented casing"

The Dempsey 1-15 well has successfully drilled the largest mapped structural closure in the northeastern part of the prolific Sacramento Gas Basin and is interpreted to have trapped gas in multiple potential reservoir zones.

Tom Kelly, Empyrean CEO, commented "With multiple interpreted potential production zones now safely behind cemented casing, we now embark on an exciting flow testing program. A completion rig is being used for the flow testing operation and rig changeover is underway. This is a positive achievement for the JV in what we all hope will be a well that provides early cash flow from the project from what is potentially high impact frontier exploration. We look forward to providing updates as testing progresses
Sun 22:30

Eyes on SGC tonight then guys.
Sun 22:06

You may buy shares and pay for them immediately this would be a for example a T1 or in the case of a T20 you get the shares but have 20 days to pay for them. If you close the deal within 20 days you keep any profit they make. If you keep them for more than 20 days you pay for the shares and own them entirely. If that makes sense.
Sun 21:54

What img had for Apple was obviously obsolete for the new products they now have. Apple 8 and X are already designed and being sold. X is in pre order stage.
Sun 21:49

Think he said T20's.
Sun 21:32

It is often said that the best place to find petroleum is where it has already been discovered. Very often, large fields lie hidden for decades before a change in geological interpretation, technology or pure luck results in a new and massive discovery in an area that had previously been thought to have been well picked over and explored.

An excellent example is the recent discovery of a very large gas field at Waitsia in the Perth Basin by AWE and Origin Energy, more than 50 years after the first gas was found in this Basin. Here, reinterpretation of geological and geophysical data, plus new technology and a lot of luck, led to what is now looking like a field of over 700 Bcf of gas, right next to a transport pipeline!

The Sacramento Basin sits inland from San Francisco and runs northwards towards Oregon State. The basin has produced over 7 Tcf of gas from prolific sandstone reservoirs, mostly exploited from the centre of the Basin.

Drilling on the flanks of the basin 30-40 years ago, focused on the potential for oil discovery. Shallow gas shows were produced but deeper sediments were largely ignored.
Sun 21:27

The start point was last weekend not today.
Sun 20:49

Build up to production news starts this week. We're in the second week of the 2-3 week RNS flow news and straight to production.
Sun 17:54

Thanks omertà but that is not my work. I've simply copy and pasted the analysts quote.

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