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10/12/2006

In the October 16, 2006 issue of Oil and Gas Journal Premier has published its 4th article on using atmospheric seepage as an exploration tool. This article provides more examples of successful wells located in Atmospheric Seepage Anomalies.

10/10/06

Premier E&P LLC of Houston, Texas, first well drilled northwest of El Campo, Texas is now producing 1.2 MMCF/d & 11 BC/d from the Nod mex Yegua section.  The anomaly could require as many as three additional wells.

11/30/2005

Premier E&P LLC, Houston, Texas, will participate in two wells to be drilled in Central Wharton County, Texas (RRC 3) during the first quarter of 2006.  The first well to spud is located three miles northwest of the town of El Campo, Texas in the Cronkrite A-16 Survey and will be a 9,500 foot Yegua test.  This wildcat well is   on trend to the Phase Four Field located a mile to the northeast and produces from the Yegua Nod mex section.  Wells in this Field can average 2 million cu. Ft. of gas per day from perforations between 8500 and 10,000’ The second well is also a wildcat well to be drilled to 13,000’ to test the Wilcox section. This well is a mile northeast of the Southwest Bonus (Wilcox) Field in the Edgers Survey A-93 and located two miles east of the town of Egypt in northern Wharton County.  Wells in Southwest Bonus Field flow at the rate of 2.5 million cu. Ft. per day from perforations at 10,000’ to 12,000’.

Since it’s founding in 2003, Premier has generated and sold eight  wildcat drilling prospects in Wharton County to three different industrial partners. The prospects range from 10,000’ Yegua tests to 14,000’ Wilcox tests. Premier’s first prospect was drilled last year in eastern Wharton County and is now producing from the Wilcox section below 16,000 feet.  The well is two mile southeast of the Wilcox production at Guenther Field.

Premier was formed two years ago to develop low risk drilling prospects by combining geology and seismic data with proprietary atmospheric seepage technology.  Premier has acquired 1700 square miles of proprietary seepage data and focuses in the Yegua/Wilcox trends in RRC 2 and 3. 

For additional information call James M. Grubb, President of Premier E&P LLC  713-278-9396

 

 

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