Utah-based FX Energy is completing its onshore Karmin-1 well in western Poland for production.
Drilling, coring and logging at the well have been completed.
Results show 30 meters of gas-saturated Rotliegend sandstone with porosity of up to 30 percent.
The well flowed at a rate up to 6.7 thousand cubic feet of gas per day on a 22/64″ choke with no water.
A full production test to determine flow rates and reserves is currently being run.
Production is expected to start in 2016.
Poland’s state owned PGNiG operates the well with a 51 percent stake. FX Energy owns a 49 percent interest in Karmin-1.
FX also said its Baraniec-1 well has run casing to a depth of 12,775 feet at the base of the Zechstein.
The well is a planned test of a Rotliegend sandstone structure in western Poland.
If successful, Baraniec-1 will be connected to the production facility at Lisewo, Poland and could be in production by the end of 2015.
Both the Karmin-1 and Baraniec-1 wells are located in the Fences license where PGNiG is the operator and holds a 51 percent stake. FX Energy owns a 49 percent stake.
The Fences license covers approximately 850,000 acres.