Aug. 23, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- FieldPoint Petroleum Corporation (NYSE/MKT:FPP) announced today that the Company and its drilling partner Cimarex Energy Co.,
, have elected to complete the East Lusk Federal 15 well #2 in the Bone Spring Formation and plan to frac the well within approximately 10 days.
FieldPoint's President and CEO,
, stated, "On
August 20, 2012
the Company signed a casing point election to proceed with the completion of our second well in the East Lusk 15 Federal property. We expect that it will take two or three days to complete the fracture stimulation."
As previously disclosed, the #1 well on this lease has been shut-in because of the DCP midstream gas sales pipeline curtailment. Recently received news leads us to anticipate that the repairs to the pipeline could be complete within approximately one week and production will resume.
Mr. Reaves concluded with, "Our shareholders are aware that well #1 on this property was our first participation in a horizontal drilling project. At this point, I would have to say that we are very glad that we did, and that we partnered with Cimarex. As in the past, we will attempt to keep our shareholders up to date as progress is made with the completion of our second horizontally drilled well #2."
FieldPoint will own a 43.75% working interest, Cimarex will own a 37.5% working interest, and other partners will own the remaining 18.75% working interest in the two wells.
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