The projected increase in production is going to come from the startup of the downhole pumps which is slated to begin in May. This is not due to AEN but the installation of control room facilities on the Taqa operated Comorant platform( hence the May start-up).There are 2 zones in the well,, laterally seperated from each other which will be controlled by the downhole pumps. I bet only one zone is producing right now.

I do not think that the Water injection (slated for late summer/fall 2013) will increase production rates per se but it will increase the ultimate reserves that are produced from the well. At the moment the Reserves are based on primary production. Once the pressure support is on (important point- capital is spent), AEN will get a reserve bump from the secondary recovery later in the year.