The WARTIME OILS-backed CALMONT No. 1A well, in lsd 10 35-19-3w5th on the Central West Flank of TURNER VALLEY, completed drilling on May 7th at 8,135 feet, 365 feet in the Madison limestone, after penetrating the Upper Porous horizon only. The Upper Porous was topped at 8,022 feet. The drill-fluid has been circulated out, and the crew is awaiting compressor to place the well on production test. Three unsuccessful completions were reported this week among the wildcats on the Southeastern Alberta Plains.
BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY'S MILK RIVER No. 1, in lsd 8 30-2-16w4th, completed about May 9th at 2,970 feet, in the top of the limestone, and has been abandoned. No commercial oil or gas showings were encountered.
DOMINION OIL COMPANY'S CONRAD-PROVINCE No. 1, in lsd 8 11-5-15w4th, completed on May 7th at 3,110 feet, in the top of the limestone, and has been abandoned. Water was encountered.
IMPERIAL OIL LTD's IMPERIAL GRASSY LIKE No. 2, in lsd 16 6-10-13w4th, completed on May 6th at 3,108 feet, and is being abandoned after encountering salt water in the Jurassic sand immediately above the limestone.
Two completions on the Central Alberta Plains: BORRADILE No. 6, lsd 5 20-50-5w4th, completed in the Lower Cretaceous oil sand at 1,815 ft, in the VERMILION field, end has set casing at 1,812 ft. MAY No. 1, in lsd 4 27-51-11w4th in the INNISFREE Area, abandoned at 1,697 ft after failing to complete fishing job (rig moved 10 ft east to May No. 1A).