The well – part of the Halletsville South Project in Lavaca County – provided about 40 feet of net gas pay in the primary 6,930ft-deep Middle Midcox objective, the ASX-listed company says.
Testing of the well will take place in about four weeks, but its success already has opened up the possibility of at least two or three additional wells in the immediate area, acccording to Amadeus.
These new wells will target seismic anomalies identical to Harbus Trust-1.
Gas sales negotiations are underway for the New Henderson and Harbus Trust wells, both of which are located within 2,500 feet of pipelines.
Elsewhere in Lavaca County, the company last week spudded its Smolik-1 gas wildcat – part of its Halletsville South Project.
The well reached a depth of 5,996ft early Tueday (Texas time), not hitting the 6,010ft target depth. Logging has now started.
The wildcat Nehaus-1 at the Halletsville East project will be spudded immediately after Smolik –1, with 11,100ft target depth.
At the Halletsville South Project, Pesek-1 has been re-entered to a depth of about 9,100 feet, heading for the first objective at a depth of 11,100 feet.
The first zone will be tested in two to three weeks. The re-entry will also investigate separate zones at 11,100ft, 10,550ft, 9,500ft and 8,200ft.
Meanwile, The Walton A-16 oil well at Raccoon Bend Prospect, Texas started production on May 24, producing 190 bopd, Amadeus said.
Amadeus working interests in the Lavaca County wells range between 25 and 50%. The operator is Trio Consulting & Management LLC.
Amadeus working interest at Raccoon Bend is 60.5%. The operator is TNT Engineering.