SERIAL

WELL NAME

WELL NUM

ORG ID

FIELD

PARISH

PROD TYPE

SEC

TWN

RGE

EFFECTIVE DATE

API NUM

251932

AUS C RA SUU;CROSBY 10

001

P5184

8744

58

00

010

02S

06W

09/10/2019

17115202360000

 

PRMT DATE

SPUD DATE

STAT DATE

ST CD

09/10/2019

09/10/2019

01

WELL SURFACE COORDINATES

Surface Longitude

Surface Latitude

Lambert X

Lambert Y

Ground Elevation

Zone

Datum

0-0-0

0-0-0

1854779

83393

147

N

NAD-27

WELL SURFACE COORDINATES GENERATED BY DNR

UTMX 83

UTMY 83

LONGITUDE 83

LATITUDE 83

503528.73272131

3417994.6699834

-92.96308341

30.89526444

View GIS

BOTTOM HOLE COORD

EFFECTIVE DATE

END DATE

PLUGBACK TOTAL DEPTH

TRUE VERTICAL DEPTH

MEASURED DEPTH

LAT DEG

LAT MIN

LAT SEC

LONG DEG

LONG MIN

LONG SEC

COORDINATE SOURCE

LAMBERT X

LAMBERT Y

ZONE

COORDINATE SYSTEM

09/10/2019

16200

23000

02

3136160

136624

N

02

09/10/2019

16200

23000

02

1855372

75919

N

01

WELL HISTORY

SERIAL

WELL NAME

WELL NUM

ORG ID

FIELD

ST CD

PT

WELL CLASS

EFF DATE

END DATE

STAT DATE

251932

AUS C RA SUU;CROSBY 10

001

P5184

8744

01

00

09/10/2019

09/10/2019

SCOUT INFO

REPORT DATE

WELL STATUS

MEASURED DEPTH

TRUE VERT DEPTH

DETAIL

09/10/2019

01

23000

984' FSL & 291' OF SEC 10. PBHL: 1047' FNL & 226' FWL OF SEC 23, ALLEN PARISH.

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Impressive is almost an understatement. Some of the old dual lateral wells IP'd at 10,000 barrels of fluid per day! That of course indicates that there is no lack of permeability. It makes me think that the frac approach is probably misguided since permeability is not the issue. I am not sure of the reason for the less than stellar ultimate recoveries but I would guess that it is a result of low porosity. Most of the wells for which I've been able to get detailed data have extremely low intergranular porosity, i. e. all of the porosity is within the natural fractures which will also be very low. That was part of the problem with the TMS...just not enough pore volume to hold very much fluid.

It's been my experience that a good reservoir will always overcome a bad completion!

There was an entry on this well 02/03/20:  ND bops; release rig 1/29/20. Final report. Waiting on completion rig

nipple down (ND)

1. vb. [Drilling]
To take apart, disassemble and otherwise prepare to move the rig or blowout preventers.
2. n. [Well Completions]
The process of disassembling well-control or pressure-control equipment on the wellhead. Depending on the configuration of the wellhead and casing strings, it may be necessary to nipple-down and nipple-up the blowout preventer (BOP) system as each casing string is run.

Now for it to show up on 252119 site and update for spud date.

Spud date was 2/5.  From the Rigdata Weekly Rig Report (Enverus): Ensign Drilling Rig #777 reported spudding the Crowell LM 3H #1 on 2/5 and reported Drilling Ahead @ 2425' on the 2/7 report.

Thanks for all info Skip!

You're welcome.  Good luck to all the GHS Austin Chalk shalers.

Good deal!   Thanks so much Skip!

Scout report from Nape on the Marathon Crowell well flowback.  They are happy with the results so far.  This confirms that the well is not making 200 BOPD.  My guess is around 15 times that rate along with a lot of gas.  You need gas in the system for lift.  That is why the EOG well and the Conoco Phillips wells failed.  Low oil cut and not much gas.  Take this information based on what you paid for it.  Nothing.

Jay

Thx for the info Jay.  You always seem to hv that little insight we’re all looking for,  sometime positive sometime negative!  That’s the oilfield...

If you guys only knew.........  :-)

Not sure what that cryptic post means.  If you have solid info, post it.  My reason for posting has always been to inform.  No agenda.

Jay

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