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• 2200 acres surrounded by active players
• Working Interest: 72%
• Well potential: 220 in the Williams Fork
• 1 BCF/well EUR plus 75k barrels of NGL in Williams Fork
• Acreage is located at best structural position for both Williams Fork and Mancos production in the Piceance
• Deeper Niobrara / Mancos horizontal gas play serendipity
• Williams Co. (NYSE:WMB) purchased bordering acreage for $30,000+ per acre. Drilling 150 wells adjacent to Dejour lands over next 3 years (2012 - 2015)
• New high volume pipeline in place as of Q3 2012
• Dejour Phase 1 development: Drilled and completed 4 Williams Fork wells in Q3 2013 partially funded by 3rd party drill fund ($6.5mm)
• Currently producing at a combined rate of approximately 3,300MCF/d and 15 BOPD.
Dejour’s acreage is located adjacent to Barrett Resource lands that have seen significant recent drilling success and is sandwiched between Williams’s acreage which has been equally prolific. The Company’s acreage is adjacent to William’s Kokopelli field and almost certainly represents an extension of that field. To the west and adjacent to Dejour’s holdings is Barrett and William’s extension of the Mamm Creek field.
The main producing formations are the Cretaceous Williams Fork and the Illes Members of the Mesa Verde Formation. These are sediments once deposited in the lowlands next to, and lining, a shallow seaway that extended from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean. In the Gibson Gulch area these sediments are found at depths 4500 ft. to 8100 ft.
Deeper producing formations are the fine grained sediment and shale of the Mancos Formation, including the Frontier Formation sands and sands and silts of the Niobrara Formation. These formations are fine grained and have been considered too tight to effectively be produced until the recent revolution in drilling and completion technologies.
In the Gibson Gulch area, operators have been drilling and producing increasingly successful wells in these formations. Estimated ultimate reserves (EUR) for the Williams Fork formation (with abbreviated completion) are approximately 1.0 billion cubic feet of natural gas (BCF) per well based upon ten acre spacing.
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