T2660

TORRENT OIL LLC

 

Well Serial

Well Name

Well Num

Status

 

 

 

Org ID

Field ID

Permit Date

Sec-Town-Rng

Parish

1

250724

AUS RA SUVV;TORRENT

001

01

 

T2660

0800

19-JAN-18

033-02S-06E

49

 

15603

2

250725

AUS RA SUUU;TORRENT

002

01

 

T2660

0800

19-JAN-18

005-03S-06E

49

 

15797

3

250795

INDIGO MINERALS

001

01

 

T2660

0800

12-FEB-18

023-02S-05E

05

 

15624

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Then Torrent should hope that the surface owner isn't reading this discussion thread.

I guess I should have said I think it is a prescription well... Only thing that makes sense to me. After reading the article previously posted "TORRENT OIL NEEDS ADDITIONAL RIGHT-OF-WAY TO REPLACE WOODSIDE ROAD BRIDGE", the bridge isn't replaced and they are drilling a well, I'm just putting the pieces together. Maybe they were always going after Cook Mountain???

I suspect you,and Jay,  are correct, Bob.  Just the way you replied, I thought maybe you knew for a fact that it was a prescription well.  If I owned the surface, I would be looking up the most qualified and experienced O&G attorney I could find.  And quick.

Since there is no 3D over this Section, I can almost guarantee this is a prescription well. The zone they reference is a Cockfield stringer in the Turner Lumber #7 well that does not appear productive on the logs and cores. For a prescription well to interrupt, it must penetrate the shallowest regionally productive zone, which would be Cockfield (called Cook Mountain by some). Before buying ANY lease in LA, we always go to location to make sure we can get there and so can the rig.
Jay

The application notes a "pre-application conference" which was held prior to the application reaching the Commissioner's public hearing schedule.  Therefore the surface owner, Turner Lumber Company, must have signed off on the application.

This has been going on for months. It's no big secret. I was told the landowners didn't want to sign a new lease. So Torrent was trying to get a rig in there to hold the old lease. Last I heard, and I could be wrong, but I thought a rig was supposed to be floated in to spud because the parish wouldn't upgrade the bridge.

I thought Torrent offered to upgrade the bridge and did not get parish approval.

Yes, I think you're right, John.

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