I thought the attached G-1 and G-5 would be interesting to some folks. G-1 has the completion information - looks like acid fracs and therfore the target is the limestone formations.
24 hour production is 479 bbl of 42.8 API gravity condensate or oil. 1179 bbls of water with that. Note this is a vertical completion across multiple, thick zones.
Maybe I need to get Joe Aldrige to look at this, but it looks more like what he describes as TMS rather than Eagle Ford Shale. Any other thoughts?
That's just it, the investigating needs to be done before the event not after ------ you can bet that a lot of saltwater was spilled also and I know from personal experience that grass will grow over an oil spill sooner or later but it will never grow in a salt spill.
It is rare but when we used to live in Pasadena I think Shell refinery and a Crown Refinery storage tank expoded after being struck by lighting along Hwy 225. Not a weather person but wonder if the tanks being out in the open would make them easier "targets" vs tanks with lighting rods in groups/rows.
More news here ----- 2 Austonio firemen burned enough that they had to go to the Hospital --------- understand retaining wall held but was damaged --------- tanks were well grounded ---- Navidad anxious to rebuild asap ------- explosions heard as far away as Crockett
More Breaking News
Rig on Western Chief "Frank Smith" is standing with the lights on tonight ---- Western Chief Now a two rig operator in Houston Co. --------- Did not see that any of the rig info picked up on the rig move ----- Rumor that rig bound for a Terrace Pad is on it's way now from a Burk Location in Madison Co. ---- it may go to a Leon Co. pad first.
Do you know what the reason might be for the rig diversion from Terrace in Houston County. Is it going to the Terrace location across the Trinity River in Leon county. My sister and I went by the Jackson location on Thursday afternoon. The road was messy for a small suv dont know what it would be like for trucks and a rig. Took a few pictures.
I will engage in a little speculation/facts/educated guess blend to answer your question ------ I think Terrace always wanted to start in Leon Co. but the Rain/mud had that plan stalled------ the "Brown" pad was on good ground and the rig was scheduled for the first of March so we all assumed it would come to the "ready to go" "brown" pad first --------- Then the rig got delayed for a month by Burk so that allowed time for 2 other locations to be completed --- to my knowledge Terrace plans to drill 2 in Leon and 3 in Houston Co. ----- this will take 6 months with one rig ---------- the play started to the south west and has been moving to the NE so we have seen ALL the operators start on the west side of their prospect and develop it to the east ----- they are trying to start with well control and info off the proven wells and walk the play east one well at a time ----- the "Jackson" is the most out front to the NE of any of the wells thus far so it might be the last one drilled by my observations.
Not what you wanted to hear but there is a learning curve and at least they will have some experience by the time they get to well #5.
Reportedly the rig # will be Basin #103 for those who are watching Drillingahead.com (every Friday - just click on the stars and stripes flag) for a move out of Madison Co.
Post us one of those pictures if you wish
You're right not exactly what I wanted to hear, knew our area wasn't one of Terrace's 5 sites now but was hoping we might be number 6 :)))), Hopefull they will get the kinks worked out and all the numbers will be positive and there will be more wells for them. Maybe another rig might help if the wells show positive numbers. Do you have or know of what the production numbers for the Verna well near Lovelady might be.
I heard it would be two weeks before the drilling rig arrives at the Fodice 2 road site even though everything is ready. Also heard of another proposed site in the Arbor area-between FM that goes from Shady Grove to Kennard and Pennington-another famous "down in the creek" location.
Additional Breaking News
Rig on Western Chief "Knight" Well is Standing today so that makes 3 WC Rigs working in Houston Co. --------- more leasing interest also --- gravel trucks rolling building more pads etc. ------ should be about 5 or 6 rigs total right now with more expected soon
Do you know who the company is on that Shady Grove Well ? Have they started the location ? ----- I have Heard Western Chief is building a pad east of Shady Grove but I can't find it ----- any chance of approx map derived LAT -- LONG or bearing from two known Towns for this illusive pad down in the creek ? --- Must have been under water when I was looking-- LOL
WAKE UP --- BREAKING NEWS FOR TRINITY COUNTY
Penny Lane has arrived--- congratulations Joseph on your accuracy of the xto reporting in Pennington
In Houston County Parten has filed a w-1 permit for a WATER WELL -- this is new to me so maybe dbob will explain
BTW --- Navidad Explosion Front Page News in this weeks Houston Co. Courier News Paper
I think Joseph indicated 4 wells for Pennington, and that fits with what I'm hearing. It will be interesting if another operator gets active in that area.
Regarding the Parten water well - The way I ready the W1 is they plan to plug the existing well back to a depth of about 4400 feet and pull saltwater for water flood type work. I haven't looked at their assets in the area close enough to evaluate it, but it doesn't make sense to me in the context of eaglebine or multizone development.