CALGARY, Jan. 24, 2014 /CNW/ - Raise Production Inc. (TSX-V:RPC)
("Raise" or the "Company") is pleased to provide its shareholders with
an update regarding the next stage of field testing its horizontal
wellbore production system (the "System").
These operations were performed in the same wellbore as the previous
prototype test System located in a Viking reservoir near Kindersley,
The recent field operations included:
the successful retrieval of the two pump prototype System originally
deployed in August of 2013; and
the successful deployment of a new prototype System designed to closely
resemble a commercial configuration with pumping units aligned across
the entire length of the horizontal section of the test wellbore.
Raise is currently commissioning its start-up procedures for the new
System. Following start-up, Raise and its oil & gas industry partner
will operate a test period for this System which is anticipated to last
at least 90 days and will provide no further commentary until the
conclusion of the testing.
This is the second of a graduated three deployment test program for the
Eric Laing, CEO of the Company, commenting on this deployment said "at
this point we have now proven the retrieval and deployment of multiple
pump sections is possible in close tolerance wellbores. The old
prototype came out of the ground and the new System was deployed to the
end of the existing wellbore without any issues. I am very proud of
our Company for landing the world's first multi pump completion in a
horizontal well bore. We will now move into commissioning and then
testing the System as we continue to learn and progress our
About Raise Production Inc.
The Company is an innovative oilfield service company that focuses its
efforts on the production service sector, utilizing its patented
products to enhance and increase ultimate production in both
conventional and unconventional horizontal oil and gas wells.
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SOURCE: Raise Production Inc.
For further information:
Eric Laing, President and Chief Executive Officer
Susan Scullion, Chief Financial Officer
Raise Production Inc.
2620-58th Avenue S.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2C 1G5
Tel: (403) 699-7675
Web site at: www.raiseproduction.com