RAPIDES 01 245249 BROADWAY H 001 03-AUG-12 H215 028-02N-02E 9709 WILDCAT-NO LA MONROE DIST 19500

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Plug & Abandon

Tuscaloosa Marine Shale ("TMS")
  The Company currently has approximately 75,000 net acres prospective for the TMS in Louisiana. The first well drilled, the Broadway H1 in Rapides Parish, is currently being completed with a 21 stage frac. The well was drilled to a total measured depth of 19,442 feet with a 5,192 foot effective lateral section.
  In late January, Halcón spud a stratigraphic test well, the Lambright, located 16 miles northwest of the Broadway 1H in Rapides Parish. This vertical test found the zone too thin for commercial production.
  The Company intends to review completion results of the Broadway H1 prior to implementing a development strategy.
  Conference Call and Webcast Information
  Halcón Resources Corporation (NYSE:HK) has scheduled a conference call for Thursday, February 28, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. EST (9:00 a.m. CST).

Well I guess they head back east.

Halcon is, at least in part, headed west to the Wilcox Formation in Upper Calcasieu and Beauregard Parishes.

What does Indigo do with the block they have leased up in Western Rapides and Vernon Parish?  Seems they have been waiting out this play for over a year now.

Indigo JV with EOG

Bentley #34 tested 324 BOPD, ran for four months, produced an average of 1544 BOPD during three of those, and appears shut in after that. Strange.

it doesn't look abandoned.  equip still there.  ???

The 34H produced 6,175 BO over a 4 month period. Depending on how the partial months fell, that's an average of 50-75 BOPD over its productive period.

They are also testing Wilcox in newton county, Texas

Whoops, make that 1500+ barrels per month for the Bentley as per bulldog. Bifocals too early in the day can fool one, and make one come off like a fool.


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