In 5 steps or less, please tell me how to access my well information (production) from SonRis?
THE NAME OF THE LA O&G DATABASE IS SONRIS, PRONOUNCED SUN RISE.
USE THIS LINK, BE AWARE THAT THERE IS CURRENTLY MAINTAINENCE BEING DONE AND NOT ALL PORTIONS OF THE DATABASE MAY BE FUNCTIONAL. IF SO, TRY BACK LATER.
UNDER CONSERVATION CLICK ON WELL INFORMATION
THEN CLICK ON THE SEARCH YOU WISH TO PERFORM
I SUGGEST CHOOSING SEVERAL AS THIS WILL POPULATE THEM IN YOUR SEARCH LIST FOR FUTURE USE
ENTER THE PERTINENT INFORMATION FOR SECTION-TOWNSHIP-RANGE OR SERIAL NUMBER
HINT WHEN YOU USE S-T-R DO NOT INPUT THE SECTION, LEAVE IT BLANK AND JUST ENTER THE TOWNSHIP AND RANGE. THIS WILL SHOW YOU ALL THE WELLS IN THE TOWNSHIP. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? THE WELLS ARE ORGANIZED BY SURFACE LOCATION BUT MANY HAYNESVILLE SHALW WELLS ARE DRILLED FROM AN ADJOINING SECTION. EXAMPLE, A WELL PRODUCING FROM SECTION 12 MAY HAVE A SURFACE LOCATION IN SECTION 1 OR SECTION 13. WELLS ARE ALWAYS DRILLED ON A NORTH/SOUTH AXIS. REGARDLESS OF THE SURFACE LOCATION, THE WELL NAME WILL CONTAIN THE NUMBER OR NUMBERS FOR THE SECTIONS THAT ARE BEING PRODUCED BY THAT WELL.
Is there anywhere in GHS that has a compiled list of tips like this?
At one time there3 was a group page, "SONRIS Help Center". A quick search does not find it. Although SONRIS has a number of changes the tutorial was still quite irrelevant. You might want to ask Keith if he can provide access to that group.
Thanks you Skip. I was able to find and get into it. http://gohaynesvilleshale.com/group/sonris_help_center
Very good, Greg. It's good to know the group is still around. Some the of the links have probably changed over the years but we can provide new ones for anyone having trouble. SONRIS is a great source for mineral owners and lessors.
Anyone that complains about Sonris should be forced to do 6 months of hard labor researching the Texas RRC website. They will never complain again after that.