Indigo Haynesville received a work order for a re-frac. The company has not reported that the work has been completed but that doesn't mean the work has not been performed, just not yet reported. Since frac crews are in short supply, it's hard to know how long before the work might be performed after the work order date. The monthly production report does not show an increase in volume but then again the last month reported is November. It may take until January or February production is reported to see a change in volume.
|REFERENCE NUMBER||APPLICATION DATE||EXPIRATION DATE||WORK PERMIT TYPE||WORK PERMIT STATUS||WORK PERMIT STATUS_DATE||TOTAL DEPTH||WORK_PERFORMED||DOCUMENTATION RECEIPT DATE||TEST SAND||WORK DESCRIPTION|
|1216-17-3-14||11/13/2017||11/09/2018||HYDRAULIC FRACTURE STIMULATION||APPROVED||11/13/2017||16446||N||PERF & FRAC 11932-16342' REPAIR|
Skip, please remind me how to find work permits for wells that are to have a re-frac. Also, is this something owners would receive a letter about?
Work orders are the last section (very bottom) of the SONRIS Data Access well files. Well permits and workover permits do not require that notice be given to land and mineral owners.
thanks for the info sir
You're welcome, Todd.
Skip didn't Chesapeake sell their leases in Sec. 19 or T14 R15 Desoto to INdigo? I found that strange as that is such a good area of production
To Indigo Haynesville. Not so strange. CHK had to sell some good acreage to get Indigo Haynesville to take the not so good acreage. Same with all the CHK Haynesville sales.