Based on offset wells, EOG plans to perforate and frac a 20" zone in the Lower Wilcox from 13450-70'. Logs from an offset well are presented below with an estimated correlation for the two targeted zones. Logs haven't been released on the Brunswick as of today.
The SONRIS data indicates that a horizontal might be drilled with the lateral covering 13062'-18205'. If 13062' is the TVD, then the lateral will be ~388' above the vertical perforated zone. EOG's plan should become more clear in the coming weeks.
This target zone represents early Wilcox progradational, lowstand sands with repetitive coarsening upward parasequences. The Wilcox sands are "dirty" and low permeability with a very complex mineralogy. They also have very diverse clays and determining "pay" and water on logs can be very challenging.
This is clearly a "wild" test. I'm perplexed, but hopeful that a new shallow, oil-bearing unconventional target gets added to the LAMS Stack. Maybe we'll reach a "Permian-like" 3000' hydrocarbon column after all!