Zephyr Finds Unconventional Potential in the Northern Paradox Basin

Simulation modelling indicates potential rates of 2,100 barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Hart Energy Staff

The Rocky Mountain oil and gas firm Zephyr Energy on Dec. 8 reported positive results from production testing at the State 16-2LN-CC well at its Paradox Basin project in Utah which it says provide ‘substantial justification’ for wider development of the Paradox project.

After 23 days of production testing, Zephyr said the well has demonstrated the potential to drain a larger hydrocarbon resource and with stronger economies than initially forecast. The company is now proceeding with plans to equip the well and facilitate the export and/or sale of hydrocarbons.

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