I am trying to find out any information about a well that was drilled in East Baton Rouge Parish R2E, T6S, S6. This is the information I have : unit 18,000ft TUSA RB SUA, Edwards ETAL#1 EBR. They removed the rig in mid June and are connecting to a pipeline. I would like to find out the IP, choke, and pressure and the cost of the rig. Thanks in advance to anyone on this site that can help me.
Baron- that is the surface location but I now have the serial number which is #240532. They give a surface location of Sec 6 T6S R 2E but they also give a well location of S1 T6S R1E - Why is that? Also can you help me with any info about the well.
This is a directional well. from the plat it appears that it is being driiled from a larger tract to a location below a subdivision. Directional wells would be permited from the bottom hole location as this is all that really matters.
The Edwards #1 is the first well in BP's drilling program under the Tigerland 3D survey. The survey covers 120 square miles. The well targeted a location across a small fault in the existing producing fault block. The unit is 640 acres and has a sand definition down to 19000'. With BP selling all of their Tuscaloosa assets, it's perplexing why they haven't tested the well. The logs look very positive. They have permitted the next well to the west.
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