Anyone local to the Avoyelles area hearing anything about the Eagles Ranch Well? It appears that they recently finished drilling well and should be moving frac crews on location soon.

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I has a conversation with a gentlemen who worked on a well in Texas where the operator was drilling in the chalk just above the Eagleford shale. The theory was that this section of chalk could be having oil seep up from the Eagleford as the source rock. So rather than target the Eagleford they thought the chalk would provide better flow properties and still get the same oil. He said they were very pleased with the initial production results.

Now I wonder if this is being thought of in this area of Louisiana with the Tuscaloosa being the source rock flowing into the chalk. Any thoughts? 

The shale below the Chalk is the source rock. In Texas the section is called the Eagleford. In Louisiana it is called the TMS.
Jay

Jay, isn't that what I said?

What I'm wondering is are thinking the source rock in each respective chalk area has certain sweet spots that allow better communication between the two layers where they can target shale oil without shale's lesser flow properties.

I actually read just some stuff right after a posted this that kind of goes that direction.

WELL TESTS

RPT TYP TEST DATE RPT DATE OIL POT COND GAS DEL WATER BSW% FLOW PRES SHUTIN PRES CHOKE UPPER PERF LOWER PERF BOT HOLE PRES
DM-1R 09/22/2017 11/01/2017 2240 1837 8373 .2 3195 3911 46 16275 20550

One inch induction log posted too but it does not show anything new.  Hope all that water is frac water.

Jay

Jay - How can one find the one inch induction log ?

Thanks

Here it is.

jay

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Thanks so much 

Any news on this well? Is it still producing? I hear EOG is conducing 3D Seismic surveys in the area. 

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