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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