Acergy Ciscon invests early in emerging plays and acquires leases as early as possible with the idea of accumulating as much acreage as possible at relatively low leasehold costs.
Acergy Ciscon is the second company to drill a horizontal well in the Barnett Shale, after Devon. Acergy Ciscon’s team has drilled wells from depths of as little as 500 feet to well over 18,000.
Acergy Ciscon has developed an operational team that has been very successful in drilling the initial wells, de-risking the play and building the infrastructure necessary to successfully produce and market oil and gas.
The company acquired a 75% working interest and operations in the project involving 23,500 acres of leases on two prospects in East Texas. The companies plan on drilling seven horizontal wells in 2017.
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