Brookside Energy (ASX:BRK) advances work at Flames Well – The Market Herald

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  • Brookside Energy (BRK) completes installation and plumbing of surface production facilities at its third well in the SWISH prospect
  • The company has been working to ensure that operations run smoothly and without incident at its Flames well in the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma.
  • The tank battery is now installed and the tank pads constructed, while the production equipment arrives on site
  • Producers Service Corp will begin moving equipment imminently, with completion operations expected to begin in the first week of June
  • Brookside Energy last traded at 1.8 cents on May 24

Brookside Energy (BRK) has completed the installation and plumbing of surface production facilities at the company’s third well in the SWISH prospect.

The company has been working to ensure that operations run smoothly and without incident at its Flames well in the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma.

The Flames well is controlled by Brookside subsidiary Black Mesa Energy and was drilled by Kenai Drilling Company in Carter County.

The tank battery is now installed and the tank bases constructed, while the production equipment arrives on site. This includes an oil and gas separator, heater and oil storage tanks.

In addition, installation and plumbing of surface production facilities has begun and a coiled tubing unit has been mobilised.

Managing director David Prentice said it was an important step in completing his program.

“The team is moving quickly and efficiently to install and test surface production facilities and prepare the Flames Well for the arrival of PSC (productors service corp) personnel and equipment in early June,” it said. he declares.

“The completion of the Flames well and the establishment of oil and gas sales from this development unit continues the significant operational momentum we have built in the business over the last approximately 12 months.”

Brookside Energy last traded at 1.8 cents on May 24.