OPERATIONS

Early March production start for Brookside's Rangers well

BROOKSIDE Energy expects to see production facilities attached to its Rangers 36-25 SXH 1 well finalised in the first week of March.

File photo: a snapshot of the company's acreage in Oklahoma

File photo: a snapshot of the company's acreage in Oklahoma

Local provider Cudd Energy Services is to begin moving equipment this week. Brookside notes a vertical and horizontal separator, vertical heater treater and four oil storage tanks with a capacity of 750...

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