ATP Oil & Gas Corporation (NASDAQ: ATPG) today announced the completion of the workover at its Mississippi Canyon (“MC”) Block 941 A-2 well located in the Mirage Field at the Telemark Hub. The well was completed with 3 ½ inch tubing at a measured depth of 17,140 to 17,401 feet to add the Miocene B Sand completion to the wellbore for field development optimization. Initial test flow rates are at 4,000 barrels equivalent per day (Boe/d) of which 90% is oil. The A-2 well will be tied back to the facility immediately and is expected to produce at a rate of 4,000 to 5,000 Boe/d.
The MC 941 A-2 well produces through the
floating drilling and production platform. ATP operates the
and Telemark Hub which is in approximately 4,000 feet of water with a 100% working interest and holds a 100% ownership in ATP Titan LLC which owns the
and associated pipelines and infrastructure.
About ATP Oil & Gas Corporation
ATP Oil & Gas is an international offshore oil and gas development and production company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, Mediterranean Sea and the North Sea. The company trades publicly as ATPG on the NASDAQ Global Select Market. For more information about ATP Oil & Gas Corporation, visit
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