These are 320 acre drilling and production units in Sections 29 & 32 - 9N - 13W and Section 36 - 9N - 14W.
Very interesting well. Yes, 3000 would be BOPD. However I can't explain the significant difference between the two allowable tests. It's possible the 3000 is a typo so I'd be skeptical until the final completion and allowable test reports are entered in the database. This is Samson Contour's first multi-lateral horizontal Fredricksburg well so I am unable to review the performance of similar wells. The Fredricksburg is shallow and conventional so the next caution would be not to expect that it is productive over a wide area until other wells are drilled to define the extent. Samson obviously thinks it possible that the productive interval may extend over the 12 drilling units they have formed. And there have been numerous HA wells drilled in this area that could provide a wealth of knowledge if cores or logs were taken in the Fredricksburg. Thanks for the heads up. Here's a link to the well permit including a plat showing the three horizontal laterals.
The notice I received only has 11 drilling units on it (another notice cancelled one of them) and this drilling unit is not one of them. The drilling units on my notice are all in R13. Are the two additional drilling units in S1 T8 R14 and S36 T9 R14?
Links to both Samson Contour unit applications are included in this discussion thread. The original in the discussion title and the second two responses into the thread (page 1). Open the pdf's for both and go to the last page of the application which has the plat.
Just to be clear, is this 259 BOPD?
Also, does anyone know if there has been any leasing in S30 T9 R13?
Probably. SONRIS Classic is down so I can't access the Potential Report.
The Potential Report has not been entered in the database yet.