That is my thoughts as well, both of these should be bottom numbers of 150bopd, so we should see a further 300bopd odd bolted on to production before year end.
''The total Trinidad production has now exceeded 1,000 barrels of oil for the first time with further significant increases expected at year end with further well optimization work on Pad-2 and the completions of wells GY-669 to 671 on Pad-3.''
If Pad 2 is now producing 580 bopd, can we assume that 666 & 668 are not producing anything at all in relation to these numbers? I have 665 at 250 bopd(which I assume is now 230) and 667 at 350 ... which equals 580 bopd.
To me that would indicate that 666 & 668 are currently not producing?
Cheers for any insight you can offer into these figures.
I believe Pete 424 to be right. 667 was stronger than I thought but the other 3 were lower. The open hole production rate was only around 300 on two of them to begin with....... still optimising though.... :-)
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