Anyone know what’s going on in Sec 19/14-14 in Kickapoo? They put up a well then took it down then two days later they put it back up and took it back down Any information will be appreciated
Thank you sooo much for all the information on this i really appreciate it.
Hey Rock Man hope you are doing well,
Got a question my Sepla invoice for September went to over $21000 usually be around $200-$400 are you hearing why such large increase does that mean my check will be larger? Sec 19 14 14 and Sec 18 14 14
Thanks for all your insight I really appreciate it
Best I can think that is happening here is that the operator (SWN) moved in workover rig(s) to run tubing in the most recently drilled Haynesville laterals.
Attached to this one is a map of the Section 18 14N 14W block - the red dots indicate 7 Haynesville producing pads (some pads overlap the others).
All these new wells were completed flowing up larger (5.5") production casing. Once the production declines some, it is common practice to move in rig and run smaller diameter production tubing (e.g., 2.875") into the wells to help better unload the wells and subsequently increase production.
An engineer can explain this better than I, but the smaller diameter tubing positively impacts downhole annular pressure and results in better well bore unloading of fluid (water) and increased gas rates.
This is my best guess - result should be increased production and revenues and ultimately higher EUR
Second set of production graphs
Last set of production graphs
All these graphs plus maps are from the ENVERUS site.
Note that this format for production graphs and maps is being discontinued by ENVERUS in December as the push more and more for subscribers to use their new and more expensive PRISM platform
PS note - failure to run tubing and unload the wells will result in continued production decline from these laterals as bottom hole pressure drops over time.
After these workovers, I would expect a production increase (at best) and a flattening of production decline (at a minimum).
These tubing running operations can be relatively short in time - which explains why a rig would one day be on location and then gone in short order (a few days)
THANKS so much really appreciate you thanks again