Dallas, TX (PressExposure) July 22, 2008 -- On July 22, 2008, Dolberry Oil and Gas announced the successful re-completion of Meredith Ranch Cayce #1. The re-completion was from the Mississippi Bend Conglomerate formation and after being perforated the well was then stimulated with a nitrogen frac treatment.
"We are excited about this successful recompletion as it confirms that both our team's analysis and execution are extremely accurate," said Gary Dolberry, President of Dolberry Oil & Gas. "We've assembled a great team both in-house as well as in our specialized subcontractors, and we will continue to build on this success."
Oil well producing zones are segregated by depths. The re-completion process re-drills an oil well at a new depth when its current depth or zone is no longer producing at an acceptable capacity. Dolberry Oil and Gas utilizes the re-completion process as part of its well recovery services.
The oil well at Meredith Ranch Cayce #1 in Young County, Texas, was originally drilled in January of 1986. After this successful re-completion, the well is expected to produce at a sustained rate of 15-25 barrels per day along with associated gas.