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SCOUT INFO

REPORT DATE WELL STATUS MEASURED DEPTH TRUE VERT DEPTH DETAIL
06/13/2019 10 19461 COMPLETED 5/21/19 AS A OIL WELL IN THE AUS C RA SUA RES;PM F; 206 BOPD; 134 MCFD; 3729 SITP; 1871 CP; 27/64 CK; 4279 BWPD; 650 GOR; 37 GRVTY;PERFS 14086-19320' (ST: 10)

Thanks, John.

Looks like another very early in post frac flowback IP test. Only 4.6% oil cut at this point in flowback. It will be interesting to see production info over time on this well.

What makes you say that? Looks like it is mostly frac water flow back. How many days did it flow before this report was filed?

It doesn't look good for the St. Helena well

WELLS

SERIAL WELL NAME WELL NUM ORG ID FIELD PARISH PROD TYPE SEC TWN RGE EFFECTIVE DATE API NUM
251550 AUS C RA SUA;SOTERRA 001 C298 1340 46 00 005 04S 05E 02/08/2019 17091201620000

SCOUT INFO

REPORT DATE WELL STATUS MEASURED DEPTH TRUE VERT DEPTH DETAIL
06/10/2019 07 4038 NO DRILLING ACTIVITY; TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED;
06/03/2019 05 4038 DRLD TO 4038'; RAN 13 3/8" CSG TO 4032' W/ 3220 SXS CMT; RETURNS TO SURFACE;
05/28/2019 05 1790 DROVE 20" TO 312' W/ 285' OF PENETRATION; SPUD 5/26/19; DRLD TO 1790';
02/08/2019 01 21000 S 45 D 21' 29" E 9433.98' FROM NGS MON. "JORDAN 1970", SEC 5-T4S-R5E. PBHL: S 22 D 48' 13" W 6154.35' FROM SURF LOC, SEC 37-T4S-R5E.

PERFORATIONS

Not necessarily.  If a spudder rig was used, the 4038' depth may have been all it was intended to drill.  If so, the well would be waiting on another rig capable of drilling the full MD including the lateral.

Thanks Skip

Skip - sorry for stepping on your spudder rig comment / I was typing my response without looking at your response to the same subject

That's okay, RM.  You know you can delete and edit replies once posted?  I think there is a fifteen minute period for that.

Thanks Jay - that explains it.

I think that operator here just moved in a spudder rig to drill surface hole and set casing. Then release this rig and bring in the bigger and more expensive rig to drill the deep part of the hole.

Some significant cost savings in doing this. This has become a common industry practice

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