Livingston Parish, LA

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Denham Springs Country Club Well

Any new info on our Denham Springs Country Club Well #1.  It looks as though preperations are being made (clearing land) for the additional well.  I can see the derrick lights at night and hear very little noise during the day.  They should soon be near the desired depth with the well. 

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DSCC#1 Well Thread

Started by DJ. Last reply by DJ 2 hours ago. 14 Replies

Weekly report on well progress and status here (See "Scout Info"):…Continue

Leases In Walker, LA

Started by chad mayo. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jul 15. 12 Replies

We have 19 acres leased in Walker, of Lockhart Ln./ Gaylord Rd. (Sec 31-6-4) The lease is with Strand Energy. Anyone have any knowledge of the area and what the potential might be?Continue

Fracturing Acid Blowback (Do What?)

Started by Hal Cooper. Last reply by Hal Cooper Jul 14. 19 Replies

   Newbie here, Livingston Parish member, and I didn't know quite where to place this post. I was digging around this morning looking for some images of the DSCC#1 rig and pad, but ended up running into a fracking video which seemed somewhat to…Continue

Test Post, FYI: Oil and Gas Price Rates

Started by DJ. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jul 12. 7 Replies

Hi all,   For anyone interested, I did some research through this forum's history, and it appears that the royalty check$ will typically begin approx 6 to 9 months after production starts, where we'll receive the division orders to sign and return…Continue

Township Grid System

Started by DJ Jun 23. 0 Replies

Wells by Township Grid System:       Sect Twn RgeDSCC#1:   029 06s 03e (replacement well)SUH Well: 048 06s 03e (dry&plugged well)Not in the same…Continue

Livingston Parish

Started by Colyell57. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jun 20. 6 Replies

Hello,   Strand  is doing a well site just S of Frost Rd intersection with LA Hwy. 42. Also there is a well site being prepared just W of South Satsuma Road off a Company ( Weyerhauser) ....entrance from Drakeford McMorris Road.. or Hood Road??…Continue

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Comment by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Thursday

I don't know who is projecting $24,000,000 but it could be in the ball park considering the drill time and the mechanical problems reported in the SONRIS Lite Well Scout.  At some point in the future Hilcorp will file a form for their Deep Well Incentive and the true cost will be in the public record. 

Comment by DJ on Thursday

Thanks Skip; and all.  Strange how all this just seemed fall from above; the Davidson2 dries up, and DSCC1 comes in immediately behind.  Another red flag that flew up for me was the projected cost of $24M for the DSCC1 (generic deep vertical) well.  Does it sound kosher or even familiar at all to you guys who are in the business?  Excuse my green (ignorance), if you don't mind

Comment by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Thursday

From your prior post, the lease is now expired unless the lease language states that the lease can remain in force through "operations".  In other words the operator could get a new permit to drill while doing anything that meets the definition of "operations".  If no new permit to drill or another attempt to re-complete commences soon your lessee may agree to file the release.  Document what is reported by the state concerning the well with dates, a copy of your lease and a certified letter directing the lessee to file the release.  Get out from under that old 1/16th. lease as soon as possible.

Comment by DJ on Thursday

Last (final) production reported on 4/4/14. 
Since they're redrilling now,  how much down
time to nullify 1971 1/6th lease (if new well succeeds)?

Comment by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Thursday

That's too bad.  Or maybe not considering that this was the only unit well for 16700 TUSC RA SUF. All mineral leases pooled in that unit that are not held by other production have now expired and the minerals would be available for a new lease.  Those so affected may wish to send their lessee a certified letter requesting a release be filed in the public records.

Comment by DJ on Thursday


12 19230 UNSUCCESSFULLY RECOMPLETED 6/11/14 AS A GAS WELL IN THE 16700 TUSC RA SUF; PERFS: 17394-17400', 17404-17416'; (ST:10);

Comment by John Matherne on Thursday

Probably reworking an existing well.

Comment by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Thursday

Ready to drill but not drilling yet.  Most likely waiting on a permit to drill that is in the review process.

Comment by DJ on Thursday

Basket full of pipe, and what looks like mud trucks coming in and out:
August 28th 2014 1030am Photo: TUSC-RA-SUF.2ndWellQuestion.jpg

Comment by DJ on Thursday

Skip,The rig is assembled vertical, white flood lamps lighting the entire area, red flashing lights at the top, and with that huge side basket thing for the pipe.  I drove right up to it (old DavidsonBuckle2 well) last month, there was an area which was being cut out through the woods for the pipeline to DSCC1, and another area on the opposite side which appeared like a 8 inch deep pit about  30x30 or so. They had also just torn down a portable building and it's power boxes.     


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