Spicewood, TX, July 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Texas Energy Group, LLC (TEG) is pleased to release an update on the oil production coming from its McCoy Blanding #1 well located in Liberty County, TX. The McCoy Blanding #1 well was offered as part of TEG’s Freedom Drilling Project and was drilled in the McCoy Field to a total depth of 7,300’.
The well went into production in early June and produced approximately 3200 barrels of oil in the first 45 days. The well is currently averaging 100 bopd +/- with some associated water.
“The oil and gas business never ceases to amaze me,” stated Waylan Johnson, President of Texas Energy Group, LLC. He further stated, “Here we are, drilling in a known mature oil field that has been producing for over 75 years and we are still finding these significant oil pockets that are capable of producing 100 bopd from a single well. This again proves our philosophy of sticking to lower risk drilling by way of drilling shallower oil wells in proven areas of production. It goes back to the old saying of, go where you know. The best place to find oil is where you know oil exists.”
TEG continues to develop numerous areas in Liberty, Montgomery, Polk and Tyler County, Texas with expectations of drilling several more wells in the coming months.
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