Three notable wells completed by Chesapeake in the Haynesville during the 2009 second quarter are as follows:

The CLD 23 H-1 in Caddo Parish, LA commenced production on June 22, 2009 and achieved a peak rate of 29.1 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 15.3 mmcfe per day.

The Frith 29 H-1 in De Soto Parish, LA commenced production on June 27, 2009 and achieved a pipeline-constrained peak rate of 23.7 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 14.2 mmcfe per day.

The Chesapeake Royalty LLC 30 H-1 in De Soto Parish, LA commenced production on June 27, 2009 and achieved a pipeline-constrained peak rate of 22.6 mmcfe per day and a pipeline-constrained first 30-day average rate of 15.2 mmcfe per day.

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Does anyone know what the choke and psi numbers were for these 3 wells?
John, that information is not yet available on Sonris and Chesapeake did not include in the press release.
Les B - Exactly. They open up the pipes when they want positive results for a press release. They choke the pipe down (Southern DeSoto and Sabine) to show lower results in areas they hope to strike new leases. Lower expectations means lower signing bonuses. Any thoughts?
They did mention that all three wells were pipeline constrained, so you can bet they aren't flowing a full capacity/capability!
shucks,
And I thought i
1 acre with one well was gonna MAKE ME RICH. I'VE got enough dough for chicken feed already. TAKE ME BACK TO THE WAGON FOLKS, THESE FACTS ARE KILLIN' ME.

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