COMPANY: XTO Energy Inc, ha ra sunn; Blankenship, 1: 243540.
WHERE: San Miguel Creek, S32. T. 10N R. 10W.

DAILY PRODUCTION:781 mcf gas on 13/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 40 barrels water. PRESSURE: 1153 lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA; perforations,13522-14274 feet, depth, 14622 feet.

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yeah your right but this is the second hosston.  1st being section 15.  I've found the discussion you started.  will start following that one.

Any news on new leasing activity on expired leases that is ongoing in the NE Sabine and NW Natchitoches Parish areas?

John, I don't know of any current interest or lease offers in that general area.

Correct, olddog.  Please make a reply or bump that other discussion thread so that it will be at the top of the group discussions with this one.

Skip,

I see that the XTO Powell #1 and Blankenship #! have been re-completed in the Hosston formation. is there any news on the outcome of the re-completion?

John, where do you see a report of the re-completion of those wells in the Hosston?

Visited the locations. Wellheads have been replaced with smaller trees. Assuming the re-completions have occurred, I would know no other reason why they would be replaced other than for corrosion or some other mechanical reason. Just curious. I do own property in The Blankenship Unit. I live out of state and was visiting there last week.

A re-completion would be reported in the state database.  Since there is no report I suspect that there was some sort of work over performed.  It is possible that the Powell well was  re-fracked as multiple Haynesville operators have been testing that technology.  The production history shows  zero production in Sept, '14, modest production in Oct. which may be a partial month of production and a significant increase in Nov. and thereafter.  That is similar to the production history we have seen on wells we know have been re-fracked.  The Blandenship reported zero in April and the production has severely declined so it may be next if just to revive production enough to hold the leases. 

LEASE\UNIT\WELL PRODUCTION

RPT DATE

LUW CODE

WELL CNT

OPENING STK

OIL PROD(BBL)

GAS PROD(MCF)

04/01/2015

617417

1

0

0

64460

03/01/2015

617417

1

0

0

67515

02/01/2015

617417

1

0

0

62327

01/01/2015

617417

1

0

0

72069

12/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

66108

11/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

41591

10/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

10404

09/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

0

08/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

849

07/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

411

06/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

659

05/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

959

04/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

647

03/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

976

02/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

927

01/01/2014

617417

1

0

0

968

12/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1175

11/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

960

10/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1008

09/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1284

08/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1301

07/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1432

06/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1660

05/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1851

04/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

2075

03/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

2435

02/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

1578

01/01/2013

617417

1

0

0

3220

12/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

4033

11/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

4237

10/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

5499

09/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

6435

08/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

8461

07/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

11076

06/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

15190

05/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

46097

04/01/2012

617417

1

0

0

29996

This is the latest posting in Sonris Lite for the Powell 15  H San Miguel Creek Field, Natchitoches Parish

07/06/2015 12 15060 RECOMPLETED - GAS - 10/21/14 - HOSS - 2043 MCFD; 12/64 CHOKE; 3285 FP; PERF 7864-7874

Thanks for the notice, Penrod.  Here is a link to the new Allowable Report.  I was hoping for wet gas but it looks dry.  XTO paid a pretty price for jumping into the H Shale frenzy late and that far south.  Re-completing their HA wells in shallower formations will allow them to maintain their leasehold for future possibilities.

http://ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us/ucmsearch/UCMRedir.aspx?url=http%3a%2...

Skip,

Are these production levels encouraging for potential future Hosston wells in this area or do you believe that this is simply being completed by XTO to hold production in leased sections?  Also, do they access this formation through horizontal or vertical drilling?

This is a vertical completion from a very narrow depth range of 10'.  I'm not a completion or reservoir engineer but this looks like an effort to spend as little as possible to establish production and to hold the dearly bought leases.

If 10' is indeed the full interval deemed to be productive then a horizontal well would be a waste of money.  If there were zones that looked better over the entire vertical depth of the well I would have expected a re-completion in some other zone..  If that's an accurate assumption then there is nothing better than the Hosston Formation.  I was hoping for a James Lime completion.

PERFORATED INTERVAL

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7864                     7874

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