Leor Energy's East Texas Field Now among Biggest U.S. Discoveries in a Decade.Gross gas production at its Deep Bossier Bossier may refer to:
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Mark blatant advertising for , using . L.P. is pleased to announce that gross gas production from the Amoruso Field and its other properties in Robertson County, Texas Robertson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. It forms part of the College Station-Bryan Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2000, its population was 16,000. Its seat is Franklin6. The county is named for Sterling C. , has reached 200 MMcf/d, and can now be comfortably counted as one of the top five largest onshore discoveries in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. in the past decade.
Houston-based Leor, with its partner, EnCana, is producing from only 19 wells in the play, which ultimately is expected to include hundreds of wells. The company has three wells that are in the process of being completed, along with a total of eight wells being drilled in the play at this time.
"Based on the geology, we've always expected great things from the Amoruso Field," said Leor CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. Guma Aguiar. "But we're still in awe of the outstanding production numbers we are seeing. These sands are more impressive than anything seen onshore in a very long time."
Leor is proud of the fact that it has taken the production at its Amoruso Prospect from zero to more than 200 MMcf/d in less than a year and a half. Contributing to the daily numbers are the production rates of two of Leor's recent completions, which are producing 63 MMcf/d and 51 MMcf/d respectively.
Both wells are among the largest producing, onshore wells in the past decade. Aguiar expects production numbers will continue to increase substantially in Amoruso Field due to the amount of acreage that appears to be highly productive.
"We're still in the early stages of development," said Aguiar. "With the completion in the third quarter of this year of a 3-D survey currently underway across our Robertson County Robertson County is the name of three counties in the United States:
Leor currently has eight rigs running in the Deep Bossier and a 3-D shoot currently underway across its Robertson County acreage position. Leor expects to receive initial 3-D data deliveries during the third quarter of 2007.
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Houston (pronounced /'hjuːstən/) is the largest city in the state of Texas and the , is one of the fastest-growing privately held oil and gas exploration and production companies in North America. Leor is an active player in the Deep Bossier trend, one of the most promising recent unconventional gas exploration plays. Including its interests in Amoruso Field, which is operated by a subsidiary of EnCana Corp. (NYSE NYSE
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See: Export Credit Agency ), Leor Energy holds interests in over 150,000 acres in the Deep Bossier trend. Over the next twelve to eighteen months, Leor plans to drill several exploratory wells targeting Deep Bossier sands outside of its Amoruso prospect. Other companies currently active in the Deep Bossier trend include: Anadarko Petroleum Corp.; Chesapeake Energy Corp.; ConocoPhillips; Devon Energy Corp.; Gastar Exploration Ltd.; and XTO Energy Inc.