Petroamerica Oil Corp. (PTA.V) announced preliminary results of
its Las Maracas-4 well drilled on the Los Ocarros Block in the
Llanos Basin of Colombia. The well was spud on July 30, 2012 and
has reached total depth with electrical logs indicating more than
65 feet of prospective oil pay in the Mirador and Gacheta
formations. Additionally, the Las Maracas-3 well is now producing
approximately 2,000 barrels of oil per day from the Gacheta
formation with an electro-submersible pump.
The well reached a total depth of 12,522 feet measured depth on
August 13, 2012. A petrophysical evaluation of the LWD
(logging-while-drilling) logs, indicates that the well encountered
a total net oil pay of more than 65 feet (
); 30.5 feet (
) in the Mirador formation and 35 feet (
) in the Gacheta formation. The reservoir properties and oil
saturations are similar to those found in the Las Maracas-2
sidetrack and the Las Maracas-3 wells. Following wire-line logging,
the well is expected be cased and the Tuscany 119 rig is expected
to move to the El Eden Block to drill the exploration well, La
Casona-1. A work over rig is expected to be brought in to complete
the Las Maracas-4 well as a Gacheta producer.
The Las Maracas-3 well is now producing from the Gacheta through
the long-term test facility at rates of approximately 2,000 bopd
and the Las Maracas-2 sidetrack well continues to produce at rates
of 1,085 bopd from the Mirador Formation. As a result of these
production additions, as of August 15, 2012, the company's working
interest production was 1,627 bopd (1,497 bopd net after
Petroamerica holds a 50% participating interest in the Los
Ocarros Block. The operator of the block, Cepcolsa, has transferred
its 50% participating interest to Parex Resources Colombia Ltd.
Sucursal, which is still pending approval by the ANH (Colombian
National Hydrocarbon Agency).
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