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I would caution to not get too excited about early post frac flow back results. There will be naturally a lot of high pressure due to the fluid volumes pumped with the frac. The early oil cut report is a positive but the key is what happens after post frac flowback rates stabilize and settle.

My biggest concern would be water influx with any O&G. As well as O&G volumes and decline over time.

The waiting game is tough since it takes so long for info to become official and posted

My cut-and-paste is the latest completion data for the subject well.  The only entry that is recent is this well test.

WELL TESTS

RPT TYP TEST DATE RPT DATE OIL POT COND GAS DEL WATER BSW% FLOW PRES SHUTIN PRES CHOKE UPPER PERF LOWER PERF BOT HOLE PRES
DT-1 04/16/2020 05/01/2020 19074 19136
DT-1 10/21/2019 11/01/2019 3 132 873 1196 28 19074 19136

This is the deeper Tuscaloosa Sand completion below the Austin Chalk / figure this zone must have died out or watered out to merit uphole move to the AC

It is the same well by SN.  Am I missing something?

This is the info that post dates the deeper Tuscaloosa SS work / completions. DJ had this in posting earlier tonight.

This shows the plug back from deeper Tuscaloosa SS perfs and setting bridge plug to allow for AC testing

L # 0128-20
03/03/2020
03/05/2021
PERFORATE
APPROVED
03/05/2020
19800
N

AUSTIN CHALK INV # 1209732
SET CIBP IN 3-1/2" TBG @ 18760' & DB 15' CMT ON TOP; PUNCH TBG HOLES @ 18598'-600'; PUMP/SPOT 300' CMT PLUG INSIDE ANNULUS & TBG F/18300'-18600'; CUT&PULL TBG F/18100'; INSTALL TWO 7-1/16" 15M FRAC VALVES; SET CIBP IN 7" CSG @ 18080' & DB 10' CMT ON

So, number nine?  Thanks.

yes

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