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March 25, 2014
05:07 EDTSSNSamson Oil & Gas provides operational advisory
The infill development plan for Samsonís North Stockyard project is to drill 10 middle Bakken wells and 8 Three Forks wells. The fracture stimulation of the Blackdog 3-13-14H well commenced on March 9th, and was completed March 21st. This frack was the largest undertaken in Samsonís North Stockyard project to date and pumped 8.5 million pounds of proppant in 38 stages. This represents a proppant concentration of around 1,000 pounds per foot of proppant, which is in line with current industry practice of the use of larger volumes of proppant to deliver larger ultimate reserves. The well is currently shut in and will be flowed back later this week. Sail and Anchor is shut in during the Blackdog frack and continues to await a coil tubing clean out in conjunction with Blackdog. Frontier 24 is drilling the two Matilda Bay wells in batch mode and has set surface casing on both wells, with Matilda Bay #1 running a 7 inch casing string. Following the cement of this casing string the rig will skid to Matilda Bay #2 to drill the curve and set the 7 inch production casing. The Rennerfelt #1 and 2 wells are ready for the frack crew, which is now expected to arrive April 27th.
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September 30, 2014
05:08 EDTSSNSamson Oil & Gas provides operational update
Samson Oil & Gas reports the Ironbank 4-14-13TFH has completed drilling the lateral and has set and cemented the production liner in the Three Forks Formation bench 1. Rig time on this well totaled 20.75 days which compares favorably with the prior 5 TF1 wells which averaged 21.75 days spud to rig release. The Frontier 24 rig is currently being skidded to the Ironbank 5-14-13H location. The Bootleg 4 and 5 wells continue to flow at rates exceeding 500 BOPD. The Gladys 1-20H well has been drilled by Continental Resources to a total depth of 19,994 feet. The well is a 1,280 acre lateral in the middle member of the Bakken Formation. As expected the water cut from this well is decreasing and has shown a trend that started in the 80% range and is now around 60%. Samson has contracted True Drilling Rig #26, which is expected to be mobilized to the Bluff 1-11 well on or around October 9th. The forward plan for this well will be to drill out a temporary plug and set a liner across the Permian 9,500 sand which will then enable a flow test to be undertaken. This test is aimed at establishing a flow rate and enable a detailed gas analysis to be undertaken. The test will also include a shut-in period which can be used to establish whether a gas-oil contact exist below the current intersection.
September 23, 2014
05:08 EDTSSNSamson Oil & Gas provides operational update
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September 22, 2014
07:27 EDTSSNIndependent Petroleum Association of America to hold a conference
IPAA OGIS San Francisco on September 22-24.

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