JBH Consulting Group & Southlake Resources Group Announce Production Results on the K&J Well (Parkerson Well)
KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- JBH Consulting Group & Southlake Resources Group announced today the Initial Production from its K&J (Parkerson) Well in Ness County, Kansas is 100 Barrels of Oil.
The pressures have remained consistent and the flow rates have been anywhere between 100-135 barrels of oil per day.
Brian Hudnall, President of JBH Consulting Group, said, "I'm ecstatic about the initial production from the K&J well. Based on the initial data, we believe this well should produce at a high level for good amount of time. We are going to continue to search for good oil reserves in West Central Kansas as the economics make total sense for the company and our partners. Palomino Petroleum has been able to supply us with solid prospects and we will continue to use them as our contracted operator in West Central Kansas."
Southlake Resources Group President Cody M. Winters stated, "We continue to remain excited with the results from our central Kansas development. We hit this one out of the park and will continue to allocate a good portion of our drilling CAPEX to these Mississippian vertical plays."
About JBH Consulting Group:
JBH Consulting Group is a private oil and gas company headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri. Further information can be found on the company's website at www.jbhconsultinggroup.com
Southlake Resources Group based out of Dallas, Texas is a private, limited liability company formed to provide working capital and partner with highly successful operators for domestic oil and gas drilling programs. For more information on this and other activities of the Company, see the Southlake Resources Group web site at http://www.southlakeresourcesgroup.com.
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