Thursday, November 20, 2014

TMS Consortium - GCAGS Paper

Our first research thesis from the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Graduate Research Consortium (TMSGRC), has been released as a GCAGS paper (LSU: Hunter Berch).
http://gcags.org/Journal/2014.gcags.journal/GCAGS.Journal.2014.vol3.p69-78.Berch.and.Nunn.pdf

Our second research thesis will be presented to the thesis committee tomorrow at the University of Louisiana Lafayette.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

TMS Energy Summit

I've placed my presentation online from the LOUISIANA ENERGY SUMMIT that was held on LSU's campus two weeks ago. The analytics might be useful today for comparison with the announcement of two new well results.
http://ameliaresources.com/presentations.htm

Don't forget to tune into Goodrich's earnings call at 10 a.m. CDT today
http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=83169&p=irol-calendar


Friday, October 10, 2014

Halcon Permits Well In Tangipahoa Parish, LA

Halcon has permitted their first well on their Tangipahoa acreage block. The TMS RA SUB;FRANKLIN PST PROP H-1 is permitted for a measured depth of 17978 and true vertical depth of 11667. This location is near Goodrich's Blades 33H-1 and two active rigs.  A Comstock rig will begin drilling soon just west of here.  On a per 1000' lateral basis, the Blades 33H-1 is one of the best wells in the play to date.

SONRIS:
http://sonlite.dnr.state.la.us/sundown/cart_prod/cart_con_wellinfo2?p_wsn=248552



Friday, October 3, 2014

Encana Raises The Bar

The MSOGB has an initial test reported for the Encana Lyons 35H-2.  On a per 1000' lateral basis, this is a record setter. The Encana Anderson 17H-2 had a similar test, but didn't have significant follow on production.  The 35H-2 only had a lateral length of 5200' and initially tested 1337 bo x 1075 mcfg (1516 boepd).  This almost surpasses the best IP of any length. The chart below depicts the initial tests on a 1000' lateral basis.  Note both the consistency from recent tests along with the cluster of recent activity.  The wells are presented chronologically based on spud date.

Source: SONRIS, MSOGB