Looks like there has been a new Permit issued for Crowell well SW of Glenmora.   Was SN# 251311 & now it is SN# 251809.

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Thanks CM

And at least the testing was GOOD on SN# 251809, not just OK as on previous SN# 251311.

That is a good sign. Hope all the reports keep coming in good. 

Good probably equals OK / terminology probably depended on person doing the report.

True!   RM you think they are going to go to SN# 220535 next for a redo since they have a hearing application to change drilling unit on 9/17/19.

No idea on that issue

Rock Man,

Correct me if you think I am reading this wrong but to me it looks like they tested the BOPs to 10,000# and the 13 3/8" surface casing shoe to 2,950#?

I agree as to your read on the testing the BOP's.

One can assume that it was the casing shoe tested to 2950# but it is not clear based on the SONRIS comment (below). Using the 4073' depth of the casing shoe (approximate), if my math is correct, one would need a 13.9+# MW (non circulating) at that depth (casing shoe point) to have this high a pressure.

Odds are that operator will get intermediate casing set prior to having this high a MW in the hole..

I am comfortable is assuming that the operator has all their bases covered as to this operation. A few excerpt comments in SONRIS cannot image all the details that are taking place during any operation. 

SONRIS COMMENT

TESTED 13 3/8" CSG TO 2950 PSI FOR 30 MINS, TEST GOOD

Fracking water tanker trucks in the area this morning.   Two on I49 south bound between Alexandria & Woodworth exit.   Could these be going to SN# 251809.   Nothing new on Sonris.

Probably just hauling water onto location / way to early for stimulation efforts

New entry on sonris today August  27-08/27/2019 report date-08/20/19 drilling @ 10,372’, 08/27/2019, drilling @ 14,730’

Making good progress

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