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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Skip!  When do you think this rig will be moved to 252199 Crowell LM in Rapides?  My understanding is Southwind and Primerock are sharing in the lease of this rig.

Lisa, remind me and I will check the weekly rig report again next Friday.  The rig should be quite near TD (Total Depth) now.  The rig will still have to set the final casing string before moving to the next well site.  It shouldn't be too long now.

Thanks Jay and Skip for the info from your reports, we really appreciate you guys keeping us informed. HC

I ditto that!

Anyone hear about the flow back of 1st Crowell yet?

Think Flowback started Jan 22,  prob be March before see any numbers, from what I was told. 

Sorry should have been SN 252119.

A lot of consistent rumors floating around about it being a very good well. 

Well that is good new!  At least they have permitted SN 252119 that is supposed to spud on 2/5/20 with rig Ensign 777 from 251932.  And that tends to help with rumor believability.

As I understand it, the science seems to imply that there's a lot of oil in the AC (in general terms per certain locations). But the big problem has always been getting the oil out of the ground in a sustainable fashion. In the past, a number of AC wells have had impressive initial flow rates, only to eventually clog up (sand/chalk in?) and thus make an unprofitable well. It seems the "perfect" completion formula has been illusive in keeping the chalk formation open and producing at paying quantities. Maybe the drilling pros will be able to offer a better assessment.

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

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