MIDLAND, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clayton Williams Energy, Inc. (the “Company”) (NYSE:CWEI) today provided an update on its Delaware Basin Wolfcamp operations.
The Company reported that the peak 30-day production rate from its first Wolfcamp C horizontal well in Reeves County, Texas averaged 776 BOE per day (82% oil; 8% NGL). The Company is currently drilling two Wolfcamp C wells and plans to drill additional wells during the remainder of 2014 to delineate the extent of the Wolfcamp C target over its acreage block.
As previously reported, the Company presently has 14 Wolfcamp A horizontal wells in Reeves County that have been on production for 30 or more days. The peak 30-day production for all 14 of these wells has averaged 756 BOE per day with the last 10 wells averaging 889 BOE per day. Three additional Wolfcamp A wells in Reeves County and one in Ward County are waiting on completion or have been on production for less than 30 days.
Clayton Williams Energy, Inc. is an independent energy company located in Midland, Texas.
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These risks include, but are not limited to, the possibility of unsuccessful exploration and development drilling activities, our ability to replace and sustain production, commodity price volatility, domestic and worldwide economic conditions, the availability of capital on economic terms to fund our capital expenditures and acquisitions, our level of indebtedness, the impact of the current economic recession on our business operations, financial condition and ability to raise capital, declines in the value of our oil and gas properties resulting in a decrease in our borrowing base under our credit facility and impairments, the ability of financial counterparties to perform or fulfill their obligations under existing agreements, the uncertainty inherent in estimating proved oil and gas reserves and in projecting future rates of production and timing of development expenditures, drilling and other operating risks, lack of availability of goods and services, regulatory and environmental risks associated with drilling and production activities, the adverse effects of changes in applicable tax, environmental and other regulatory legislation, and other risks and uncertainties are described in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements.