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nighthawk energy plc (HAWK) Details

Nighthawk Energy plc, an independent oil and natural gas company, invests in, explores, develops, and produces hydrocarbons in the United States. The company primarily develops Jolly Ranch and Smoky Hill shale oil projects that cover approximately 300,000 gross acres in Lincoln, Elbert, and Washington Counties, Colorado. Nighthawk Energy plc is headquartered in Guildford, the United Kingdom.

17 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/9/14

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Total Annual Compensation: $257.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Nighthawk Energy plc Provides Production and Drilling Update

Nighthawk Energy plc announced an update on production and drilling at its 100% controlled and operated Smoky Hill and Jolly Ranch projects in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, Colorado. Highlights: Average gross oil production from all wells in the calendar month of October 2014 was 1,886 barrels of oil per day (bopd) and is currently in the 2,500-2,600 bopd range; Nighthawk's recently announced focus on capturing behind pipe production and reserves in completed wells and new drills is driving substantial new production. The drilling rig has been temporarily idled at no cost to Nighthawk, in order that the Company can focus on as many of these behind pipe opportunities as possible before the year end. The company currently has three work over rigs in service pursuing behind pipe projects; The Snowbird 16-15 well was completed in a Pennsylvanian age formation earlier this month and has been producing at an average rate of production in excess of 500 bopd; The Salen 14-35 well was also completed in a Pennsylvanian age formation and has averaged approximately 150 bopd during its first 30 days of production; The Blackcomb 3-14, a newly drilled well, was completed in the Mississippian age formation and recently brought into production at 300 bopd; the company currently performing behind pipe recompletions in three wells and plan to bring any new production associated with these projects into service over the coming weeks. Additionally, Nighthawk will continue with the behind pipe pay campaign through the rest of 2014 and anticipates to have up to six more wells recompleted by the year end; 3D seismic analysis has been completed over the Snow King discovery area and a total of 17 new drilling locations have been identified. Plans are to drill the Keystone 3-7 and Snow King 9-32 locations prior to the year end; Nighthawk has completed its 3D seismic shoot around the Salen 14-35 location and expects to have its analysis completed by the year end. The daily average gross production for the month of October 2014 was 1,886 bopd and gross production is currently in the 2,500 - 2,600 bopd range. With new wells coming on line recently and the on-going behind pipe recompletion program, Nighthawk is expecting production to continue to grow before the year end. The Blackcomb 3-14 well was drilled to 8,300 ft and completed in a Mississippian age formation before being turned over to production. The drilling rig has been in an idle state at no cost to Nighthawk and it is planned to re-activate the drilling programme in early December 2014. The Company has completed the new 3D seismic shoot over the Snow King structure and is in the early stages of permitting a number of additional drilling locations, bringing the total number of drilling locations to 17. The Company expects to begin drilling two of these locations in December 2014, with drilling commencing at the Keystone 3-7 and Snow King 9-32 wells. Additionally, the Company has completed its 3D seismic shoot in the Salen area and expects to have these results analysed by the year end.

Nighthawk Energy plc Announces Production and Drilling Update on Smoky Hill and Jolly Ranch Projects in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, Colorado

Nighthawk Energy plc announced an update on production and drilling at its 100% controlled and operated Smoky Hill and Jolly Ranch projects in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, Colorado. Average gross oil production from all wells in the calendar month of September 2014 was 1,804 barrels per day and is averaging 1,931 barrels per day through mid-October, despite the Big Sky 12-11, the Big Sky 14-11 and the Snowbird 9-15 wells each being off line for several days for maintenance. New additional focus of capturing behind pipe production and reserves in completed wells and new drills already showing potential benefits in Salen 14-35 and Snowbird 16-15. Identified a number of behind pipe opportunities that can be pursued in existing wells; these projects, which can generally be completed in a few days with nominal capital expenditure, may provide the high capital efficiency projects available to the Company at the lowest levels of risk 3D seismic analysis being completed for the Snow King discovery and 3D seismic acquisition underway for the Salen area; these projects will set up business for later this year and into 2015 (Nighthawk has an average Net Revenue Interest of approximately 81.5% in the gross oil production). The Blackcomb 12-14 and the Blackcomb 5-14 wells, completed in Mississippian age formations, at Arikaree Creek commenced production in September 2014 and had average 30 day gross production rates of 145 and 276 barrels per day respectively. Production casing was run in the Salen 14-35 well and it was completed in a Pennsylvanian age formation at a depth of just over 7,200 feet. The initial testing has yielded promising results and the well will be brought on production during October. Completion operations were recently initiated on Snowbird 16-15, which was drilled to a depth of 8,400 feet, with this well expected to be in production later this month. The Company has completed the new 3D seismic shoot over the Snow King structure and is in the early stages of permitting a number of additional drilling locations. The company expected to begin drilling these locations towards the end of the fourth quarter 2014 or in early 2015. Additionally, the company has initiated a new 3D seismic shoot in the Salen area and expect to have these results analyzed later 2014.

 

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