Brookside Energy has brought up another revenue stream as the Rangers Well swiftly brought in US$2.4 million through early flowback in its Oklahoma end of the US Anadarko Basin.
The company is enjoying a profitability spike, with crude oil increasing by over US$30 a barrel or roughly 40 per cent since the beginning of 2022.
The high-impact well is still in the initial stages of fluid recovery and is still in the early-stage daily production of over 1000 barrels of oil and gas.
The Perth-based company maintains an 80 per cent working interest in the site, partially controlled by some of US Energy’s top players, which has produced over 27 thousand barrels of oil equivalent.
The company said it would give Flames Well updates and future oil well rollout plans in the coming weeks.
“These results once again confirm our team’s ability to identify very high-quality prospects and then monetise them through drilling, completion and ultimately production of oil and gas,” managing director David Prentice said.
BRK’s Australian Stock Exchange-listed price has risen 5.26 per cent today, selling at 2c (9.39 am UTC+ 8 hours).