Zephyr recently completed a diagnostic fracture injection test (DFIT) on a 3ft interval of the lateral portion of the State 16-2LN-CC well located on the company’s acreage within the Paradox Basin in Utah, USA.
In addition to a raft of complementary data gathered to date, the DFIT test provided compelling evidence of the potential to develop the primary Cane Creek reservoir as a Hydraulically Stimulated Resource Play (HSRP) and utilise State 16-2LN-CC as a ‘proof of concept’ well for a wider development within the Paradox Basin via hydraulic stimulation.
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