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The Antler area is approximately 200 kilometres from Regina in southeast Saskatchewan. The primary target is high quality light oil from the Bakken/Torquay formation, a dolomitic siltstone shale sequence at a depth of between 1,050 metres and 1,150 metres. Secondary targets include the Souris Valley, a carbonate sequence at a depth of approximately 900 metres to 1,000 metres. The Company holds an average 64% working interest in 11,900 acres in this area.
Production from this area averaged 200 bbl/d in 2015.
In 2015, activities at Antler focused on optimization of existing production and the pilot waterflood to increase recovery of the oil in place. The waterflood pilot consists of four horizontal wells on two sections injecting approximately 1,100 bbl/d of water into the oil pool. Injection pressures were increased during the year and initial responses suggest an improvement in production rates from offsetting horizontal and vertical wells.
In 2016, the Company plans to increase injection volumes to further accelerate the production response and continue work to optimize production.