I tried to advise Pryme's people, in an email, that they should do a massive acidzation and then a gravel/sand pack or a slick water treatment before completion. They did not want to hear that. According to this person; they had a plan…"
"Reported yesterday by Pryme:
Turner Bayou Rosewood Plantation 21H
Well drilled to 19,168 feet
Strong oil response during drilling from significant fractured/faulted zone
Currently flowing unassisted 50 Bbls
Bottom hole pressure…"
"I would think so. Activity around Zachary. And years ago around Port Hudson. The TMS is under the AUS but above the Tuscaloosa Trend.
The question is how thick the strata are and do they possess hydrocarbons in sufficient…"
"Yes, I can understand the timer. But this little field has one well with a pump jack going all the time and has a bigger tank too. There are at least five other wells in the area close enough to be in the same field. I figure the…"
"I agree that SONRIS is in a class of its own, but it does have some quirks. One that Mr. Morrison has keyed into is the dates on the production reporting. The "report dates" are always the listed as the first day of the month. But the…"
You mentioned that you've seen wells that are only operated some of the time. Those pumps are on clocks. When they are off that allows the oil to migrate to the wellbore. Then the pump turns on. Its a way to save electricity and…"
It could be any number of reasons why Sonris is a little behind. I don't know what the reporting requirements are to DNR so it maybe APC is not reporting the monthly figures until they get them from the field and tabulate them. Could be…"
"I hear ya. But I can not understand why one month is report zero and then a couple of months later, the same month is reported some production, like 400+ barrels of oil. While SONRIS may be the gold standard, and that is good to know,…"
"I checked the SONRIS Lite and they had the updated numbers. It seems that they are not updating very well (no pun intended), those are January 2013 numbers. So (a) the well could be shut in or (b) it is still on line. The reporting…"
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