This play will primarily be explored in Jackson and Lincoln parishes. And to a lesser extent, Claiborne and Bienville.
These wells are producing from a combination of multiple Cotton Valley Sand intervals or a combination of Cotton Valley Sands and adjacent sands of the Hosston formation (w/ Upper CV Sands) and Bossier, Haynesville or Gray Sand formations (w/ Lower CV Sands).
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I'm finding few wells that appear to be shut in because of price. Most of the wells reported as shut in are now actually Waiting On Completion (WOC), in other words on a frac crew. It is not usual for a well to wait for months before completion operations begin. One cause, lack of sufficient number of frac crews. Another, the fact that companies drilling multiple wells from the same pad save money by fracking two or more wells consecutively. I often see pairs of wells, 2 or 4, that I suspect are getting a zipper frac. Pay no attention to the Status Codes 31 and 33 in SONRIS if the well was drilled in the last few months. Operators use those codes to place wells in reporting limbo and do not actually represent dry or non-productive wells.
Can someone tell me what the process is once a well is fracked? Does it go online or wait for higher prices?
Eva, I suggest you call or use the email address to find out who is the appropriate person at Grenadier to answer your specific question. Then email that person so that you have a record of the contact and hopefully a reply. If you are under lease and the primary term of the lease is nearing you may not get a definitive answer. If you are a royalty interest in a Grenadier operated well or unit you should include your personal information contained in your royalty statements.
Grenadier Energy Partners
24 Waterway Ave., Suite 875
The Woodlands, Texas 77380
Main phone number: 281-907-4120
Main email address: email@example.com
Has anyone heard about Grenadier oil exploration, can't seem to get in touch with them? Thanks Eva Martinez
Appreciate the info.
Ouch. Several hundred bucks! Thank goodness the DOTD maps are free and should serve just fine for the majority of GHS members.
Skip, sad to say but the last time I looked for a Roads of Louisiana map book, they were out of production. The folks selling new condition books wanted several hundred bucks for a copy.
I haven't heard anything regarding recent leasing. Much of the leasing has slowed significantly or ceased owing to the impending merger between MRD and Range Resources. If you are interested in what companies have leased and where you can find those leases filed of record at the Clerk of Court's record room. Here is a link to the DOTD map of Jackson Parish with sections.
Specific Jackson Parish.
Too broad a question as there are a number of companies "working" in NLA drilling a number of different formations/zones. You can certainly get an answer by limiting your question to one or more specific parishes. If you want a map of the entire state that has section-township-range you can find a copy of Mapsco's The Roads Of Louisiana; Updated and Improved - $19.95. That's the main map I use. However if you are interested in a map for a specific parish that includes s-t-r you can download one online by the DOTD.
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