SERIAL WELL NAME WELL NUM ORG ID FIELD PARISH PROD TYPE SEC TWN RGE EFFECTIVE DATE API NUM
252648 AUS C RA SUS;CROSBY 33 H 001 P5184 6565 40 00 033 01N 04W 01/28/2021 17079205510000
PRMT DATE SPUD DATE STAT DATE ST CD
01/28/2021 01/28/2021 01

WELL SURFACE COORDINATES

Surface Longitude Surface Latitude Lambert X Lambert Y Ground Elevation Zone Datum
0-0-0 0-0-0 1908920 125540 196 N NAD-27

WELL SURFACE COORDINATES GENERATED BY DNR

UTMX 83 UTMY 83 LONGITUDE 83 LATITUDE 83
519964.62141662 3430910.85002291 -92.79085315 31.01164678 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
01/28/2021 14700 21761 02 1908916 133236 N 01

WELL HISTORY

SERIAL WELL NAME WELL NUM ORG ID FIELD ST CD PT WELL CLASS EFF DATE END DATE STAT DATE
252648 AUS C RA SUS;CROSBY 33 H 001 P5184 6565 01 00 01/28/2021 01/28/2021

SCOUT INFO

REPORT DATE WELL STATUS MEASURED DEPTH TRUE VERT DEPTH DETAIL
01/28/2021 01 21761 294' FSL & 802' FWL OF SEC 33-T1N-R4W. PBHL: 2577' FSL & 800' FWL OF SEC 28-T1N-R4W.

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If anyone is bored waiting for the superbowl, there were some pretty interesting wells  drilled in Township 1N, Range 4W in the 90's.  They started out great, but went downhill.  If you would like some reference numbers: #219142, #218184, #219207 and 221184.  Looks like the Crosby well stands a good  chance of being a great well, if they can get the drilling and completion down to a fine science.  

Strong wells - production graphs attached 

218184 & 221184 combined as a single lease as to production

486 MBO & 1.98 BCF cum production

219412 had 766 MBO & 2.49 BCF cum production

219207 had 1.11 Million BO & 4.02 BCF

All naturally fractured reservoirs with no stimulation / open hole completions

Note that these wells also IP'd very large water volumes (the problem with the AC in this area)

IP water rates of 848, 920, 1800 & 5800 BW per day

The new Prime Rock well in the SW corner of Section 33 will probably encounter some large water rates - and especially so if they plan to frac the lateral.

I hope that they are planning to have an SWD well on location ready to take produced water.

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I know just enough to keep myself in trouble, but I do see that there was a saltwater disposal well drilled in the 90's in same section, township and range, but it was plugged and abandoned in 2016.  #972644

May be cheaper and more effective to drill new one than re-enter an old one.

Thanks for that info

two new saltwater disposal well permits in rapides parish for crosby 33 dated 02/26  Permit number 975837 and 38

I saw that too...Good news!

Map for these four wells from ENVERUS site. 

The numbers on this map are the last five digits in API number.

20431 = SONRIS serial number 219412

20423 = 218184

20433 = 219207

20473 = 221184

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Well hopefully this is a good sign for the area!

RAPIDES

02

975837

CROSBY 33 SWD

002

26-FEB-21

P5184

033-01N-04W

6565

MASTERS CREEK

RAPIDES

02

975838

CROSBY 33 SWD

003

26-FEB-21

P5184

033-01N-04W

6565

MASTERS CREEK

Ensign Rig 777 was reported as Rigging Up on the AUS C RA:CROSBY 33H #1  Friday with spud set for today (Saturday, March 20).

Ensign rig 777 reported 8 days drilling ahead @ 10,715' on Friday, 3/26.  Well was spud 3/19.

This well is a gutsy move by the operator. As I noted back in February, this is high water cut Austin Chalkl area with initial volumes as high as 7500 bbls per day. Good oil cums (up to 1.1 Million BO and 6.5 BCF from a single short open hole latera) but massive water volumes.

Operator has permitted two SWD's parallel with this AC drilling effort. Both to about 6600' (Wilcox Sands) with one on the Crosby 33H #1 location and another about a mile away (perhaps for another deep AC well).

Assuming success, there will be a LOT of fluid being moved out here. But good for the royalty owners!

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