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?
Amen to that and thank you too jffree.
jffree ---- a new rig is showing up in Chambers looks to be on Goldston Oil --- 1.6 miles NE of Winnie
BTW-- for all whom may be interested we have a new discussion posted today about the EFS activity in Walker Co. with more info on the Range well etc. ------ It would be quite interesting to follow the contour lines on the ZaZa map through that Range Well and see where they go
Any updates on what is happening in Houston, County. How is the drilling going at the Wakefield site? Any wells completed with good results?
Thanks to all.
Wakefield should be good, but I don't know what the time line is on it. RC Adams #1, near Weldon, was fraced sometime this week. report from the grocery store there says the frac crew was off site late today.
"Wakefield" has christmas tree/rig moving out reportedly -------- Oilfield water trucks watering/grading county road to Trivium/Terrace "Brown" today ---------- getting dry very fast now need rain ------2 water well trucks have been working at the "Jackson" earlier this week one was probably setting the conductor pipe while the other drilled the water well ? ----- much heavy o&g truck traffic this week plus dump trucks
Possibility of new drill site in or around Eastham, but probably a previously permitted well. certain completion data at the RRC website, including a Woodbine acquisition well in Madison County with a high IP
Need the rain - lots of dust out there, but slightly better off than this time last year
Thanks for the update on Wakefield, Jackson and other Terrace/Trivium sites. Hopefully they will do Jackson soon. Thought everyone was in Houston at the Petroleum Show.
Some of us are in Houston County at the Petroleum Show --- they only sell their prospects down there in the big city.
Mineral owners are telling me that Terrace is sending out letters to "explain the creation of Trivium" and claim that it is totally owned by Terrace and not a sale to a third party etc.
Have noted that Oil has finally started to go down in price yet the Dow Jones seems pretty high so I would guess that supply is increasing and starting to catchup with demand rater than demand decreasing.
BTW -- Record amounts of Rye Grass Hay being bailed by Ranchers in Houston County this spring guess they all still remember last year----- lots and lots of dead trees to remind us though, much bigger mess to cleanup than both of the recent Hurricanes (Ike & Rita) combined.
Still see Rita damage in places of Wood/Polk County and south. Interesting on that one, they came pretty close to losing the Lake Livingston dam.
Forest service still has lots of area closed due to drought damaged trees. Rivers starting to trend below normal for this time of year.
Would those "closed USFS areas" slow or prohibit O&G development directly or indirectly ?
BTW -- many county roads,fence lines and powerline ROWs are lined with dead trees ----- lots of possibilities for more public disasters SOON ---- think our county asked for FEMA $ to cut the dead trees on county roads but guess Feds did not approve ------ I asked the Electric Coop to cut some hazard trees near the power lines and they replied that they were overwhelmed and they would turn my service off while I cut them myself.
Rig is moving in on the Trivium/Terrace "Brown" location --------- the county will not have to trim limbs on that road for several years as the rig seemed to do a good job breaking all the limbs off on it's way in
They are closed to public access, but to my knowledge, not to survey or other personnel on "business". I expect no slow down.
The oak fungus seems to have gotten a lot of trees hear, and the pines continue to die in places, in spite of rain. Certain flowers total absent from my yard this year.