Anyone local to the Avoyelles area hearing anything about the Eagles Ranch Well? It appears that they recently finished drilling well and should be moving frac crews on location soon.

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Makes sense economically and gives an idea as to what AC future holds and how they approach next wells.  I am sure LA AC is alot different than TX AC?  Hopefully all turns out good for all.

Tx vs La is similar but different - typical as to any other play across such a large area

LEASE\UNIT\WELL PRODUCTION

RPT DATE LUW CODE STORAGE FAC DOC USE WELL CNT OPENING STK OIL PROD(BBL) GAS PROD(MCF) DISPOSITION CLOSING STK PARISH
07/01/2018 052025 1 332 3612 3490 3667 277 AVOYELLES
06/01/2018 052025 1 612 3783 3569 4063 332 AVOYELLES
05/01/2018 052025 1 350 4792 4760 4530 612 AVOYELLES
04/01/2018 052025 1 477 5291 4906 5418 350 AVOYELLES
03/01/2018 052025 1 488 6374 5741 6385 477 AVOYELLES
02/01/2018 052025 1 548 7382 6916 7442 488 AVOYELLES
01/01/2018 052025 1 177 8801 8334 8430 548 AVOYELLES
12/01/2017 052025 1 378 11171 10765 11372 177 AVOYELLES
11/01/2017 052025 1 622 14192 15394 14436 378 AVOYELLES
10/01/2017 052025 1 453 27609 29029 27440 622 AVOYELLES
09/01/2017 052025 1 0 26896 24024 26443 453 AVOYELLES

Major flattening out in production - interesting (and expected for this type of reservoir). Similar in style to what I presented at NARO talk in Marksville

Thought the well had been hooked up to gas pipeline.  Saw gas flare last night after not seeing for a few weeks.  Just thought I'd pass this on.

Thanks for that update.

As an FYI, EOG has used a "flare" system in the past in E Tx that is not a visible flare / it is an enclosed gas burn off system. They may have had that in place here prior to installing a "normal" flare

LEASE\UNIT\WELL PRODUCTION

RPT DATE LUW CODE STORAGE FAC DOC USE WELL CNT OPENING STK OIL PROD(BBL) GAS PROD(MCF) DISPOSITION CLOSING STK PARISH
08/01/2018 052025 1 277 3413 3355 3220 470 AVOYELLES
07/01/2018 052025 1 332 3612 3490 3667 277 AVOYELLES
06/01/2018 052025 1 612 3783 3569 4063 332 AVOYELLES
05/01/2018 052025 1 350 4792 4760 4530 612 AVOYELLES
04/01/2018 052025 1 477 5291 4906 5418 350 AVOYELLES
03/01/2018 052025 1 488 6374 5741 6385 477 AVOYELLES
02/01/2018 052025 1 548 7382 6916 7442 488 AVOYELLES
01/01/2018 052025 1 177 8801 8334 8430 548 AVOYELLES
12/01/2017 052025 1 378 11171 10765 11372 177 AVOYELLES
11/01/2017 052025 1 622 14192 15394 14436 378 AVOYELLES
10/01/2017 052025 1 453 27609 29029 27440 622 AVOYELLES
09/01/2017 052025 1 0 26896 24024 26443 453 AVOYELLES

John

Thanks for posting - last three months show very flat production and constant GOR / only about 4-5% oil production decline per month.

But 88% decline from max production month volume (10/2017).

Consistent GOR since production started is a positive.

Here is an interesting observation - I have DrilingInfo.com subscription and it shows a comment about "gas lift" for this well associated with the 4/5/18 test date. This is after showing "flowing" on previous two test dates reported.

On SONRIS, there is no comment (either flowing or otherwise) as to the test dates.

Skip or anyone else who is SONRIS savvy - have you seen anything in the filed paperwork that indicates if gas lift was installed earlier this year?

Do changes in well production approach (e.g. pumping vs gas lift vs ESP vs whatever) normally show up in SONRIS?

Thinking more about recent comments from JMS (10/1/2018) about seeing flare on location.

This flare could be tied to an instance where the gas lift (which is a closed circulating gas injection and recovery system) was "off line" and the gas had to be flared before getting that closed loop system operational again.

Just thinking out loud on this situation. The next few months to the end of the year should be interesting to see as to production consistency / decline and any associated filings on SONRIS.

Rock Man did you see the October 16 Well Log that is on Sonris for Eagles Ranch?  I was wondering if you could interpret some of the data for us.

I have not seen that log / will try to look at it later when I get some time

Do you mean the Induction Gamma ray log that is dated 10/16/17? If it just posted, I figure that EOG requested a year long proprietary period so as to keep info from public record.

If this is the log you are talking about, it is the open hole log in the pilot hole that goes thru the AC and into the underlying section. Being that this is only a small scale version, one does not get the detail that a 5" log would give you (e.g. porosity data). But the Gamma Ray and Resistivity info allows you to pick tops as well as gives one a general idea of reservoir quality.

Difficult to explain log details via this discussion site without being about to "point out" specific aspects of the log and what it is telling us.

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