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November 6, 2012
19:08 EDTSSNSamson Oil & Gas provides operational advisory
At Defender US33 #2-29H well, D-J Basin, Goshen County, Wyoming the workover rig arrived November 4th on the Defender location and successfully repaired the pump. The well was put back on production at 4:00pm November 5th. At Spirit of America US34 #2-29 well, D-J Basin, Goshen County, Wyoming, it is anticipated that the workover rig will arrive on the Spirit of America location within the next couple weeks to pull tubing and make a completion in the Permian Upper Hartville Formation. At South Prairie 3-D Project, Williston Basin, North Dakota, acquisition of the South Prairie 3-D seismic survey, located on the eastern flank of the Williston Basin in North Dakota, was completed on November 4th; 77 sq miles of 3-D seismic data will be processed over the next two months with the first volume scheduled to arrive in Samson's office by the first week of December. At Gretel II 12KA3 well, Williston Basin, Roosevelt County, Montana, the toe end of the lateral portion of the Gretel well was plugged back to a depth of 14,002 feet in an attempt to see if the water production can be minimized from the faults that were encountered beyond this depth. This should allow for an increase in oil production. 2 7/8 inch tubing is currently being run back in the well and the well should be back on production within the week. At Australia II 12KA6 well, Williston Basin, Roosevelt County, Montana, following the successful repair of parted pumping rods on the Australia II well, the well was returned to production on October 28. At Riva Ridge II, Williston Basin, Sheridan County, Montana, the Riva Ridge II well, operated by Samson Resources, will spud in approximately 2 weeks targeting the Upper Three Forks Formation in T33N-R56E Sections 6 & 7.
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November 24, 2014
20:02 EDTSSNSamson Oil & Gas provides operational update
The Bluff 1-11 well was perforated within the 9,500 sand over the interval 7,738 to 7,754 feet, and the well unloaded the completion brine almost immediately and flowed non inflammable gas at a rate of 8 MMcfpd. The rate was relatively constant during the 41 hour flow period. The well flowed on a 20 or 21/64ths inch choke at a tubing pressure of between 2,500 and 2,600 psig that increased during the flow period. No formation water was evident. Gas samples were taken and are in the process of being analyzed. The well is currently shut in for approximately 10 days whilst the pressure response is measured. The gas flow was not able to be ignited, and based on our previous samples was most likely largely nitrogen as determined from the analysis of the wire line logs. The data being collected in the near term includes the shut in pressure data, and the sample analysis. This process is expected to take three weeks after which we will have a clearer view as to the possible commercial benefit of this discovery.

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