Blowing in early Thursday morning with the largest flow increase yet recorded in Turner Valley following acidizing, BROWN CORP. No.1 joined the field's largest producers with a flush flow of more than 3,000 barrels. Former normal flow was about 350 barrels daily. The well expected to settle to around the 2,000-barrel daily mark. BROWN CORP. NO. 2, acidized at the same time is expected to settle to about double the former flow of 350 barrels daily. The wells are still on test and settling so no official production figures have yet been released. The sensational result at Brown No. 1 is especially important, as the well is the most southerly producer in the field. The result there and at Prairie Royalties greatly improves the prospects of large production in the far south end.
SHARE ROYALTIES, with a present normal flow of 500 barrels daily, will be treated with 10,000 gallons of acid this weekend. A recent small shot of acid failed to boost production and good results are looked for from this second treatment. Expected to receive acid treatment soon are COMMOIL PETE (Normal flow now about 1,800 barrels), FIRESTONE PERE (Now flowing normally about 450 barrels), and GRANVILLE OILS (Normal flow now about 470 barrels).