Dehlco Field Water Flood Project
Richland Parish ,Louisiana Tuscaloosa Reservoir C Sand Unit
Located in northeastern LA
200 Acre Production Area
100% GWI- 75% NRI
Tuscaloosa Marine @ 2600 ft. –Average 25ft Net Production Interval
5 take points
1 Water Source Well
1 Salt Water Injector
No legacy Issues
Est. 2,000,000 bbl. + Remaining Recoverable
Quality Louisiana Light Sweet 40° API gravity oil at depths less than 2600 feet with very low drilling and recovery cost. The reservoir has a limited amount of energy and efforts are underway to enhance hydrocarbon recovery through implementation of a water flood.
-Tax benefits include intangible drilling cost related to the development of additional wells, with considerations regarding amortization/depreciation of the acquisition cost as well as depletion expense based upon oil production..
- Excellent sub surface well control is available through electric logs – Dual Induction, Sonic and Compensated Neutron, and substantial core data.
-Production from the Tuscaloosa Formation is shallow (2600 TD) which makes drilling and completion cost, as well as equipment and insurance quite inexpensive compared to other parts of the Gulf Coast.
Further development will be the
addition of a second injection well along with three (3) additional points (or new producing wells) within the present reservoir.
Other potential Dehlco Field water flood reservoirs have been identified.
Please contact for further details
Antares Ventures, L.L.C.
1900 N 18th St. Suite 805
Monroe, LA 71201