Noticed that I haven't heard the noise of the rig for a few days and discovered that the rig is gone. There seems to be only one well-head instead of 2 ( one for Sec 6, another for Sec 1). I have read about the companies drilling just to keep the lease. Just wondering if anyone knows of this happening in our area.
Thats 6.994 MMCFD, 20/64 choke, 6850 CP.
BS, the Kennedy 6 H1 Well was not as strong as other nearby QEP Haynesville Shale wells. But this well is further east so the rock may be of slighty lower quality. Look for the test rate of the nearby Kennedy 1 H1 Well in T15N-R9W to get another data point.
Questar, Kennedy 6 #H1 Well, Serial #241453, S6-T15N-R8W, Bienville Parish, 6994 Mcfd, 20/64" Choke, 6850 psi Flowing Pressure
Questar, J Smith 2 #H1 Well, Serial #241262, S2-T15N-R9W, Bienville Parish, 11961 Mcfd, 20/64" Choke, 7925 psi Flowing Pressure
Questar, Parks 11 #H1 Well, Serial #241248, S11-T15N-R9W, Bienville Parish, 13582 Mcfd, 18/64" Choke, 8250 psi Flowing Pressure
Questar, Billy R Harper 14 #H1 Well, Serial #240301, S23(14)-T15N-R9W, Bienville Parish, 12357 Mcfd, 20/64" Choke, 8200 psi Flowing Pressure
Questar, Billy Rex Harper 15 #H1 Well, Serial #239550, S15-T15N-R9W, Bienville Parish, 16054 Mcfd, 17/64" Choke, 7000 psi Flowing Pressure
The following is the initial test results for the Kennedy 1 H1 Well. Flow rate was 16% higher than the Kennedy 6 H1 Well which probably reflects slightly better rock quality.
Questar, Kennedy 1 #H1 Well, Serial #241438, S6(1)-T15N-R8(9)W, Bienville Parish, 8130 Mcfd, 20/64" Choke, 6700 psi Flowing Pressure