raise production inc (GLKFF) Key Developments
Raise Production Inc Announces Unaudited Financial Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2014
Aug 27 14
Raise Production Inc. announced unaudited financial results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of $19,272 against $105,641 a year ago. Net loss and comprehensive loss was $367,531 or $0.00 per diluted share against $404,024 or $0.01 per diluted share a year ago.
For the six months, the company reported revenue of $100,035 against $118,818 a year ago. Net loss and comprehensive loss was $775,956 or $0.01 per diluted share against $1,432,321 or $0.03 per diluted share a year ago.
Raise Production Inc. Reports Unaudited Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2014
May 29 14
Raise Production Inc. reported unaudited earnings results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of $80,762 against $13,177 a year ago. Net loss and comprehensive loss was $408,425 or $0.00 per basic and diluted share against $1,028,297 or $0.02 per basic and diluted share a year ago.
Raise Production Inc. Reports Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2013
Apr 25 14
Raise Production Inc. reported earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2013. For the year, the company reported revenue of $289,549 against $198,310 a year ago. Net loss and comprehensive loss was $2,593,429 or $0.04 per basic and diluted share against $4,185,377 or $0.11 per basic and diluted share a year ago.
Raise Production Inc Provides Update on Field Testing of Horizontal Wellbore Production System
Apr 10 14
Raise Production Inc. provided its shareholders with an update regarding recent field testing of its horizontal wellbore production system. As previously reported, the first 'commercial' type System replaced the two pump prototype System in January, 2014 in a Viking reservoir near Kindersley, Saskatchewan. The 'commercial' type System comprised of multiple pumps was deployed along the entire horizontal length of the wellbore. In mid-February it was determined that a threaded connection utilizing a thread sealing compound had failed during the installation or immediately thereafter, compromising System function. In response, Raise retrieved the System from the wellbore and returned it to the Company's facilities for diagnostic testing. Testing indicated that all Raise manufactured components were in good working order and the issue was corrected with a change to installation procedures. The System was successfully redeployed, with appropriate modifications, and in-field testing resumed in March. Although unplanned, this operation demonstrated again that the System can be deployed and retrieved in close tolerance wellbores without issue. Based on testing to date, the System is working in accordance with Raise's theoretical framework of horizontal well flow. The company has documented strong results from the horizontal section, including higher shut in pressures indicating that the less depleted sections of the reservoir are now being accessed. Dynamic flow changes in oil, water and gas along with the production of segregated water indicate the System is "sweeping" the wellbore as predicted. This 'sweeping' effect is important as it reduces the frictional effects of the fluids in the wellbore and in turn, allows for a more efficient production path along the entire horizontal length. The company is continuing to 'optimize' this new flow regime from the wellbore and will be in a position to complete this as soon as road bans are lifted and additional surface production equipment, not associated with System, can be moved on location. Initial testing to date has indicated 300% to 400% flow rate increases over certain short-term test intervals. It must be noted that the Company has not conducted long term production testing on this wellbore and no assurances can be given about sustainability of these increases. Raise further cautions that these results are based on intermittent testing due to the lack of surface production equipment arising from the new flow regimes the System has created in the well. Additional surface equipment will be installed after road bans are lifted. The company will continue to perform long term testing and monitor well production throughout the summer to capture System performance and production data. In addition to this update, the company informed shareholders that it is in negotiation with a new customer for its first commercial sale of a System for a well in the Provost area of Alberta, again in the Viking formation. The company is also performing sample testing of oil for a third potential customer in the Slave Point formation in Northern Alberta.
Raise Production Inc. Completes Second Deployment of Horizontal Wellbore Production System
Jan 24 14
Raise Production Inc. provided an update regarding the next stage of field testing its horizontal wellbore production system. These operations were performed in the same wellbore as the previous prototype test System located in a Viking reservoir near Kindersley, Saskatchewan. The recent field operations included the successful retrieval of the two pump prototype System originally deployed in August of 2013 and the successful deployment of a new prototype System designed to closely resemble a commercial configuration with pumping units aligned across the entire length of the horizontal section of the test wellbore. Raise is currently commissioning its start-up procedures for the new System. Following start-up, Raise and its oil & gas industry partner will operate a test period for this System which is anticipated to last at least 90 days and will provide no further commentary until the conclusion of the testing. This is the second of a graduated three deployment test program for the System.