I was wondering if anyone has been contacted concerning this well. I'm trying to figure out what I can expect next and in what kind of timeframe.

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No Doubt!  Thanks again for the update "NGNGNeer"!

Can't open the jpgs for some reason.  It get, this file is unsupported or the file is corrupted.  Is that just me?

I can't open either. Normally JPEG's are not a problem for me

Sorry about the pics. Let me see what I can do.  I can open them fine on my computer and phone but cannot open them on the forum.

Let's try these pics.  Let me know if these can be opened ...or not.

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Yes, these open.  Thanks.

Nat Gas Engineer, does it look like anything has changed since your last update?  I really do appreciate them.  I'm kinda hopin' to get a little mailbox money flowin' to help with the taxes I'm gonna hafta pay this year!  Again, thanks for the updates and have a good, safe day!

I haven't been back since the last update.  I am going in the morning, I will let you know what I see.

Well, wish I had better news but, the WOR is back on the well. They were pulling pipe out of the hole when I drove by on Saturday. Anxious for them to get done but equally to find out what is going on...for months.

I agree with you wholeheartedly,  I would love to have some mailbox money coming in, especially with these prices, but I would also like to know what would require this much work and at what point does cost/ benefit lines cross.  Did XTO have to get a permit to do this work?  Should that information be available on RRC website?  Where would I begin to look on RRC?  As I've been perusing the Online Queries section with the numbers that I know trying to see if I can accidentally hit on something. 

Workover efforts like this do not need any permits - so Tx RRC site is not an option for answers.

Considering that these wells cost $6-$7 million or more to drilling and complete, extensive workover effort is justified to attempt to re-establish production and cash flow.

Have you tried to contact XTO directly? I figure you have a contact number or email on your statements - it may take a while to find the right person to get an answer, but it can't hurt to try

I'll give it a shot!  Thanks for the suggestion.

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