This paper highlights a pilot project in which chamber gas lift was installed in two unconventional horizontal wells. Chamber gas lift, as a combination of deep gas lift and intermittent gas lift, allows for an efficient, closed completion with cyclic injection of high-pressure gas, which expands and rapidly displaces fluid at high velocity from deep in the well. Development of the system was a collaboration internally and in conjunction with the vendor to install what was historically a vertical well assembly through the curve section and into a horizontal wellbore. The chamber assembly was successfully designed, sourced, manufactured, installed, and operated. To modify the design from vertical to horizontal applications, components were custom-designed to maintain a sealed chamber. Components deemed most likely to fail are replaceable by slickline intervention. Results indicate a sustained lower downhole pressure than the previous intermittent gas lift system, an increase in production, and good chamber-sweep efficiency.