Transeuro Energy (CVE:TSU) has revealed it boosted gas production at its Beaver River field in Canada in December.
Production was hit in November, averaging just 26,074 cubic metres per day due to temporary throughput restrictions at the Fort Nelson processing plant.
And in the first 10 days of December, production was also reduced due to high pipeline pressures after the November plant shutdown that had constrained the field compressors but has since returned to normal.
Even still, gas production lifted to 42,418 cubic metres per day last month, not far behind the 51,350 cubic metres produced in October when there were no interferences.
The primary goal at the Beaver River field is to further develop existing subsistence-level gas production and establish the field as an economic operation.
Shares soared 40% higher to C$0.035 on the news.
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