I was doing some research on various dry gas wells in Poland Fences concessions area. The average well depth there is around 3,500m. According to the news from the company having the leasehold of the area, each well is sufficient for a field for the entire field-life. There are different reservoirs discovered which ranges from 4-50 BCF of dry gas. Also there are estimates that one well will continue producing from a single reservoir for 10-15 years with usually 6-7 years of peak production (usually initial years) which ranges from 4 MMCF per day to 15-16 MMCF per day. Can anybody please comment on this? I really don't think a well can sustain for so long without any kind of recovery techniques.
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