Brookside Energy (ASX:BRK)- Managing Director, David Prentice
Managing Director, David Prentice
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  • Brookside Energy (BRRK) has successfully drilled and cased the intermediate hole as part of its Wolf Pack well operations in Oklahoma
  • The well is the first of two wells under the phase two program and is being drilled at the company’s SWISH Area of Interest within the Anadarko Basin
  • Wolf Pack is targeting the Sycamore Formation at an average depth of around 9750 feet and will be drilled to a total measured depth of 17,750 feet
  • BRK shares last traded at 1.2 cents on Friday, December 2

Brookside Energy (BRK) has successfully drilled and cased the intermediate hole as part of its Wolf Pack well operations in Oklahoma.

The well is being drilled at the company’s SWISH Area of Interest (AOI) within the world-class Anadarko Basin.

The company last week said the hole was cased with steel pipe that had been cemented in place, and operations to start drilling the curve were currently underway.

“Successfully drilling to this point and setting the intermediate casing string is a critical part of the overall drilling operations and significantly de-risks forward operations as we set about drilling and landing the curve and ultimately drilling the horizontal section,” Brookside Managing Director David Prentice said.

Wolf Pack spudded in mid-November after Brookside completed rig-up and equipment testing. The well is the first in Brookside’s phase two development drilling program and its fourth operated well in the SWISH AOI.

Latshaw Rig 12 is drilling the well to target the Sycamore Formation at an average depth of around 9750 feet. The well will be drilled to a total measured depth of 17,750 feet.

BRK shares last traded at 1.2 cents on Friday, December 2.

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