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 Parten Dexter H completion shows no frac job nor do I have any personal knowledge of a frac job on this well and the pictures never picked up a pond so this well is producing 405 bopd w/o a frac ??? ---- that strange looking pump is reportedly a high volume jet pump and the GOR is good here as well.
Slotted liner based on the completion report, with no fracing, and no reports of acidizing. Hit a nice zone that is probably reasonably porosity. No data that seems to be from that well in the PDQ.
East or West of Crockett on 7?
The Parten Dexter Horizontal well is located SW of Crockett and S of hwy 21 near the Trinity River ---- Not to far east of Midway in Madison Co.
Even though the operator is Parten rumor has it that Cabot is the main partner and have several more of these planned
Thanks Dry Hole.
I'll need to look into the details on the Parten and see whats on the RRC website. If in Woodbine, could be natural porosity, hence, no frac.
Can someone explain the new Chesapeake filing for Temple Inland that posted on the W-1 page today?
Having trouble with computers
Basically, it looks like an administrative move to classify the productive zone as Travis Peak - There could be a few reasons to do this, but basically, the only reason that makes sense is to try to get advantage, either by being able to call something else a "wildcat" or by having more favorable field rules under which to develop this well.
They did something similar on three or four similar wells in Cherokee County. I smell a land move in process.
If you wanted to see what was going on with this well, you would probably have to take that swamp tour along the river that Angelina County sponsors.
Anyone have any updates on Trivium drilling activity, completed wells etc. Thanks
Believe Trivium still drilling ahead on "Dan Ackley ?" at least one zone in the "Brown" has been fraced and they are trucking frac water returns out often ------ do not believe "Jackson" has been fraced at this time ------- "Worley" about the same report as the "Brown" --- Please watch for and post notice of any new fillings for Houston Co. w-1 or completion reports.
Dbob's earlier post about Encana (new discussion) is encouraging as rumor reported that they had abandoned the "Eaglebine" play but now the press release would indicate that they are going to drill more wells.