The Stanley-1, Stanley-2, Stanley-3, and Stanley-4 wells have been turned over to production operations.
The Stanley-1 well was drilled in July 2018, As predicted pre-drill, multiple potentially productive hydrocarbon zones were identified within the well-bore. . We are now preparing to install artificial lift (a Sucker Rod Pump or "SRP") in order to extend the production life of the currently producing reservoir. Installation of artificial lift is a standard operation in the life cycle of oil wells in this, and most other, areas.
The Stanley-2 well was drilled in March 2019, and encountered multiple potential oil and gas bearing reservoirs. The well is flowing oil into the production facilities, and we are preparing to install artificial lift (SRP) on the well in order to extend the production life of the currently producing reservoir.
Stanley-3 was drilled in August 2019, and was immediately completed as an oil producer. The well was turned over to production in September 2019 and is currently flowing oil into the central Stanley production facilities.
Stanley-4 was drilled in September 2020. The well has been completed as an oil producer and has been turned over to production. An additional tank battery was installed adjacent to the well in order to handle the additional production, and Stanley-4 is currently flowing oil into the new production facilities.
Baja has drilled four consecutive and commercial oil and gas discoveries in the Stanley project area, since commencing the drilling program with Stanley-1.
Stanley-3 oil flow into rig tank, prior to connecting the well to the production facility.
Oil is transferred from the on site storage tanks and is ready for transport to market
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