I'm looking forward to seeing TMSers at these two events this week in Baton Rouge:
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The American Oil & Gas Reporter just published this article that gives a nice perspective from each operator.
Friday, October 10, 2014
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.
Friday, October 3, 2014
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|