I have a small interest in 2 new CULs drilled by Vine.  The first month's production was strong, but I'm confused by the production since then.  How can you tell in the operator has choked back production intentionally, or if there are problems with the two wells?  

Here's the production to date for the two wells.

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
01/01/2020 616042 1 0 0 17033 0 0 SABINE
12/01/2019 616042 1 0 0 0 0 0 SABINE
11/01/2019 616042 1 0 0 0 0 0 SABINE
10/01/2019 616042 1 0 0 2188 0 0 SABINE
01/01/2020 617192 2 0 0 36403 0 0 SABINE
12/01/2019 617192 2 0 0 43846 0 0 SABINE
11/01/2019 617192 2 0 0 52109 0 0 SABINE
10/01/2019 617192 4 0 0 761130 0 0 SABINE

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
01/01/2020 617915 1 0 0 21209 0 0 SABINE
12/01/2019 617915 1 0 0 26227 0 0 SABINE
11/01/2019 617915 1 0 0 28964 0 0 SABINE
10/01/2019 617915 1 0 0 19858 0 0 SABINE
01/01/2020 617192 2 0 0 36403 0 0 SABINE
12/01/2019 617192 2 0 0 43846 0 0 SABINE
11/01/2019 617192 2 0 0 52109 0 0 SABINE
10/01/2019 617192 4 0 0 761130 0 0 SABINE

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Careful trying to allocate CUL production with Sonris.  It is not always accurate and sometimes confusing.  If you want accurate production use a pay service or get it from the operator.

jay

the allocations aren't my concern - just looking at total production from 1st month through the 4th month for two different CULs (not the same sections, but from the same pad).  Shocked that the wells would drop to substantially in 4 months.  Is there a way to tell on Sonris if the well has been choked back by the operator as opposed to just seeing the production drop like this?

I would check but I am remote here in Houston and don't have access.  I can't imagine that a well that makes almost a BCF the first month declines that sharply, but maybe.  If I was Vine and did not have to sell at these prices, I would choke it back. 

Jay

Thanks for the quick responses.  if i emailed Vine landowner relations, would they tell me if these wells are intentionally choked, assuming they aren't shut down as well?  In the past, I've had little luck with the landowner providing any information other than royalty payment related info.  My assumption is that that group doesn't know what's going on at the well site, just the production numbers they are provided.

Any idea how to get this info from Vine

Post the API and the STR numbers and let me see what I can find out. It looks like the well count was for 4 wells, then 2 wells, then 1?  

Jay

These links should be live.  Click on the serial number to get the API number.  The LUW shows all the wells producing in each section/unit.

LUW Code

LUW Name

LUW Type

616042

HA RA SUO;

2

 

Effective Date

End Date

Well Serial

Well Status

Field Id

Organization Id

Well Name

Well Number

Parish Code

15-OCT-19

251753

10

7405

60046

HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-11 HC

001-ALT

43

19-AUG-19

240354

10

7405

60046

HA RA SUO;HALLIE LITTON 11 H

001

43

12-APR-17

18-AUG-19

240354

33

7405

60046

HA RA SUO;HALLIE LITTON 11 H

001

43

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LUW Code

LUW Name

LUW Type

617915

HA RA SUI;

2

 

Effective Date

End Date

Well Serial

Well Status

Field Id

Organization Id

Well Name

Well Number

Parish Code

15-OCT-19

251754

10

7405

60046

HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-35 HC

002-ALT

43

31-AUG-16

249632

10

7405

60046

HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-35 HC

001-ALT

43

thanks, Jay.  I started a thread about the first of  the 3 wells listed below last year because the well had a very unusual decline curve - almost none for the first 18 months.  .I will accept that it was an extraordinary well, but the next 2 seem to be the opposite.  That's why I'm wondering if they are choked or even shut-in.

2, T9N, R12W.  The first well was a CUL drilled 4 years ago.  well numbers 753 and 754 were drilled last year.  

5 249632 HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-35 HC 001-ALT 7405 60046 43 12325 18761 19136 1 617192 2 10
6 251753 HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-11 HC 001-ALT 7405 60046 43 12313 19153 19160 1 617192 2 10
7 251754 HA RA SUPP;JAMES HALL 2-35 HC 002-ALT 7405 60046 43 12364 20604 20611 1 617192 2 10

Your section 2 has one original Legacy well that does not share production with other sections.  It is SN 243197.  The other 2 wells that have been drilled share production with section 35 to your north (SN 251753) and section 11 to your south (SN 251754).  Three new CUL's were permitted in February before the crisis and have not yet been drilled.  I will check my subscription service tonight to see what the actual production is. 

Jay

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