OIL & GAS

LOCATIONS

CADDO PARISH


Chesapeake Operating LLC, ha rb sug; peronet 35&26-15- 12hc, 001-alt, Sec. 26, T15N,
R12W, Caspiana, 18200’ MD 11800’ TVD, Haynesville RB.

J W Operating Co, cv ra sui; ej Crawford, 7-alt, Sec. 12, T15N, R13W, Caspiana, 14411’ MD
9193’ TVD, Cotton Valley RA.

BOSSIER PARISH


Anadarko E&P Onshore LLC, ha ra su60; Jones 2-35hc, 1-alt, Sec. 2, T16N, R11W, Elm Grove, 19400’ MD 12000’ TVD, HA RA.

Anadarko E&P Onshore LLC, ha ra su60; Jones 2-35hc, 2-alt, Sec. 2, T16N, R11W, Elm Grove, 19600’ MD 11900’ TVD, HA RA.

BHP Billiton Petro (KCS Resources) LLC, ha ra suk; Moon 15H, 1-alt, Sec. 22, T16N,
R11W, Elm Grove, 16600’ MD 11220’ TVD, Haynesville RA.

BHP Billiton Petro (KCS Resources) LLC, ha ra suk; Moon 15h, 2-alt, Sec. 22, T16N,
R11W, Elm Grove, 16600’ MD 11351’ TVD, Haynesville RA.

J W Operating Co, lcv ra su70; Knighton 11, 6-alt, Sec. 11, T16N, R12W, Elm Grove,
14975’ MD 10023’ TVD, Cotton Valley RA.

CLAIBORNE PARISH


Petro-Chem Operating Co Inc, j b owens 13-7, 001, Sec. 13, T23N, R7W, Haynesville,
10350’ MD, Haynesville.

LINCOLN PARISH


WildHorse Resources LLC, aulds 29-32-5h, 001, Sec. 29, T19N, R3W, Terryville, 19713’ MD 11422’ TVD, Lower CV.

WildHorse Resources LLC, drewett 17-8h, 001, Sec. 20, T19N, R4W, Terryville, 18839’
M 11167’ TVD, Cotton Valley.

COMPLETIONS

CADDO PARISH

COMPANY:
Hale Oil Co, Hoss-Kendrick, 61: 248632. WHERE: Caddo Pine Island, S
24. T. 22N R. 15W. DAILY PRODUCTION: n/a mcf gas on open/64 choke; 2 barrels 21 gravity condensate; 100 barrels water. PRESSURE: 0 lbs. SPECIFICS: Nacatoch; perforations, 1025-1031 feet, depth, 1031 feet.

COMPANY: SHS Operating CO, stewart-muslow, 54: 248215. WHERE: CPI, S 4. T.
20N R. 15W. DAILY PRODUCTION: n/a mcf gas on open/64 choke; 4 barrels 42 gravity condensate; 20 barrels water. PRESSURE: 0 lbs. SPECIFICS: Chalk; perforations, 1370-
1410 feet, depth, 1600 feet.

BOSSIER PARISH

COMPANY:
SM Energy Co, Stovall 17h, 1: 248069. WHERE: Arkana, S 17. T. 23N R. 12W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 1068 mcf gas on 40/64 choke; 561 barrels 42.6 gravity condensate; 1577 barrels water. PRESSURE: 1080 lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville; perforations, 10894-14463 feet, depth, 14538 feet.

DESOTO PARISH

COMPANY:
EXCO Operating Co LP, ha ra su56; Long 10-15hc, 001-alt: 247839.
WHERE: Holly, S 10. T. 14N R. 14W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 5263 mcf gas on 13/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 192 barrels water. PRESSURE: n/a lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA; perforations, 12231-19187 feet, depth, 19926 feet.

COMPANY:
EXCO Operating Co LP, ha ra su56; Long 10-15hc, 002-alt: 247901.
WHERE: Holly, S 10. T. 14N R. 14W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 9069 mcf gas on 16/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 288 barrels water. PRESSURE: n/a lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA; perforations, 12175-18820 feet, depth, 18975 feet.

COMPANY:
EXCO Operating Co LP, ha ra su56; Long 10-15hc, 003-alt: 247902. WHERE: Holly, S 10. T. 14N R. 14W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 8890 mcf gas on 17/64 choke;
0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 274 barrels water. PRESSURE: n/a lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA; perforations, 12339-17743 feet, depth, 17893 feet.

LINCOLN PARISH

COMPANY:
WildHorse Resources Management Co LLC, lcv ra sui; TL mccrary 14 11 hc,
1-alt: 247480. WHERE: Hico-Knowles, S 14. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 28460 mcf gas on 46/64 choke; 290 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 850 barrels water. PRESSURE: 2800 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV; perforations, 15392-11382 feet, depth, 15587 feet.

COMPANY:
WildHorse Resources Management Co LLC, tl mccrary 14 11 hc, 2-alt:
247481. WHERE: Terryville, S14. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 26120 mcf gas on 46/64 choke; 310 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 932 barrels water. PRESSURE: 2600 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV; perforations, 15275-10874 feet, depth, 15474 feet.

COMPANY: WildHorse Resources Management Co LLC, lcv ra sui; tl mccrary 14 11 hc,
3-alt: 247482. WHERE: Hico-Knowles, S 14. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 24130 mcf gas on 46/64 choke; 280 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 845 barrels water. PRESSURE: 2400 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV; perforations, 15795-11175 feet, depth, 15960 feet.

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I'll assume that SM well is a Haynesville Sand well.  

You would be correct, dbob.  North Bossier Parish and eastward through Webster and Claiborne there are numerous fields with long lived vertical Haynesville Sand wells.  There have been other horizontal completions in that general area but this is one of the best that I recall.

probably not anywhere near the completion costs for a shale well.  Even in the current environment, I'd take a bunch of those.

Yep.  Unfortunately the Haynesville Sand is a classic conventional reservoir.  Not continuously productive over a large and continuous extent.  No slick water frac here.  This well was acidized.

What does this mean......"sand is a classic conventional reservoir, and well has been acidized"   Does this mean the area is not   good for gas wells?

Conventional reservoirs have been the traditional formations producing oil and gas for one hundred years.  An unconventional reservoir has sufficient  permeability to allow hydrocarbons to migrate over distance to a well bore and therefore can be produced from a vertical well.  Conventional reservoirs are not continuously productive over an extensive area.  Since there is sufficiently permeability there is no need to perform the kind of hydraulic fracture stimulation (frac) required for tight formation especially shale (unconventional reservoirs).  Acidizing is a common practice for completing a well in certain kinds of rock. 

acid stimulation

. n. [Well Completions, Well Workover and Intervention]
The treatment of a reservoir formation with a stimulation fluid containing a reactive acid. In sandstone formations, the acid reacts with the soluble substances in the formation matrix to enlarge the pore spaces. In carbonate formations, the acid dissolves the entire formation matrix. In each case, the matrix acidizing treatment improves the formation permeability to enable enhanced production of reservoir fluids. Matrix acidizing operations are ideally performed at high rate, but at treatment pressures below the fracture pressure of the formation. This enables the acid to penetrate the formation and extend the depth of treatment while avoiding damage to the reservoir formation.

The SONRIS Work Resume indicates that the Stovall was both acidized and hydraulically fractured in 17 stages from 10894 feet MD to 14463 feet MD.

http://ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us/ucmsearch/UCMRedir.aspx?url=http%3a%2...

Thanks for the correction, obed.  It is an interesting combination of completion techniques.

Thanks for the information.  I'm green about such matters. I have about 1000 land ach. that have been producing pretty good. But I have notice a stark change in the royalty checks I receive from each company.  I am assuming this is normal with gas prices being so low now.   I do hope they pick up quickly.

Don't get excited about the Stovall well, they can barely keep it glowing and that daily production report is incredibly misleading. It's doing nothing close to that

*flowing

Thanks, Checkmateking.  Too bad.

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