well into

*well into something

Fig. far into something or far along in something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) It was well into the morning before she awoke. The car was well into the tunnel when it broke down.
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Information from the well is being kept confidential at this time as Range and its partners incorporate information gained from this well into the technical analysis of the play.
Additionally, the company continued to improve the infrastructure on selected properties, acquired additional acreage and drilled three exploratory wells on its Syracuse and Rocky prospects in Kansas, and converted one additional well into an injector well on its East Hobbs lease in New Mexico in preparation for secondary recovery.
Production is expected to commence in the second quarter of 2001 after regulatory approval is obtained to tie the well into an existing pipeline.