Hot on Horn River: numbers proving out
Three wells validate EOG’s belief in British Columbia play; CEO Mark Papa rates its three wells among the best in the basin
For Petroleum News
EOG Resources is now producing the numbers to support its enthusiasm for British Columbia’s emerging Horn River shale gas play.
Having previously rated its potential reserves at 6 trillion cubic feet, EOG disclosed Nov. 3 that three wells drilled in the area flowed at 16 million, 12 million and 9 m....
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