Sorry,he went today not Monday. Do you think they are talking about Beechgrove being fracked?
No, they were on the Lane site this morning. I could see the control trailer through the bushes. All of the activity was back around the wellhead and hidden by the bushes.
I think David is right. They are doing a second stage frac for whatever reason. I have feelers out but no response at this point.
I would have guessed that they would finish testing and gaining knowledge about the formation at the Lane well before they drilled Beechgrove to total depth, but I am new to this. Thanks
P.S. If they really want to maximize production they should drill on my land in W. Fel. :) lol
You bring up a very valid point. When landowners signed these leases they had no idea that the companies were going to do this. There is a case in another thread where the property owner is saying that she will get nothing and that the landowner with no-site will have production from her pad is going to get a multi-acre pond/lake/tank by the operator and will be able to sell water for fracing. Does not seem fair. This is where we learn lessons thanks to Keith and this site. That is one of the things that my lease addendum will cover.
This article talks about multi- well drilling capabilities from one pad (for gas) by Devon in Texas. Notice the pad size, as we discussed earlier as an indicator of intentions.
A 35-well pad site
Devon's advances in the Barnett are exemplified at a rural 12-acre drilling site in far southwest Tarrant County. The 31st well there was drilled last week by contractor Patterson-UTI Drilling Co.