Pengrowth provides update on Lindbergh
Pengrowth Energy says second quarter production at its Lindbergh thermal project averaged 13,657 bbl/day at an average steam oil ratio (SOR) of 2.8. Production was negatively impacted by a shutdown required to tie-in new infill wells.
Phase One optimization work continues to progress, including engineering, infrastructure work and the drilling of 11 new wells in Q2 (6 producer and 5 injector wells).
Seven new well pairs and two new infills are expected to be drilled as part of the Phase One optimization program. The company expects the wells to begin steaming sometime in the fourth quarter, with first oil expected in Q1 of next year.
In addition to Phase One optimization activities, engineering and design work on the second expansion phase also continues. Pengrowth already has approval to expand production at Lindbergh to 30,000 bbl/day. In February of this year, the company submitted an amendment to increase its regulatory approvals to a maximum capacity of 40,000 bbl/day. The company expects engineering for the second expansion phase to be 70% complete by the end of this year.
In 2016, Lindbergh averaged 15,296 bbl/day at an average SOR of 2.39. The Lindbergh SAGD facility has a design capacity of 12,500 bbl/day.
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