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gas well

[′gas ‚wel]
(petroleum engineering)
A well drilled for extraction of natural gas from a gas reservoir.
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Wells other than shale gas wells with gas-to-oil ratios of 6,000 cubic feet per barrel or more
7 million dollars in additional revenue per year for 1,000 gas wells.
He further said that drilling of 110 gas wells in one year was impossible but government's determination is a good sign regarding this.
It is anticipated that company owned gas wells, at start up, will produce 1,500,000 cubic feet per day and that gas transmission volume by other producers will approximate 1,400,000 cubic feet per day.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drilling oil and gas wells for others on a contract or fee basis.
Within the next sixty (60) days, the Company expects to reopen the pipeline, reactivate the seven (7) natural gas wells and finalize negotiations with contiguous landowners and mineral rights owners to commence production of natural gas from as many as sixty (60) existing but shut-in natural gas wells in the immediate vicinity of the pipeline.
The Company solicits and acquires from accredited and institutional investors, the capital necessary to lease, develop, and complete oil and gas wells.
OTC Bulletin Board: PTHF) (the "company") today announced the acquisition for stock and cash of 15 producing oil and gas wells located in Weld County, Colo.
OTCBB:WNWG) announced today that it has purchased a 50% working interest in two producing gas wells in Freestone County, Texas.
The funds raised will be used to drill and bring on stream 75 developmental gas wells located within Arakis' existing gas fields in Southeastern Kentucky.
Stroud has a comprehensive background with natural gas wells (on shore and off), coal bed methane wells, oil wells, hot water wells and superheated high pressure steam wells.