"Looks like new White River permit is about 7 miles east and along strike with the EOG Eagle well (first hz frac AC well in Louisiana).
This new permit is also a "twin" to a 2011 short horizontal (about 3500') that was drilled by…"
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"What we don't know (and never will know) are the details of the monthly production over time. Water rates, choke sizes, etc. Believe me, if the rates were such on this well that it was still economic, the well would not be shut in.
The IP rate…"
"Remember how high the initial water rate was on this well (10,000 bpd?). That info is not posted with monthly production. And I think the recent allowable posting is just the regular posting that state puts out regardless of well status. Skip may…"
"I also saw on this well that they have posted an allowable and an estimated potential for July. Does that mean they have opened the well back up. There weren’t any allowable posted since March until the one for July. "
I got to see Glen Morgan about 10 days before he passed away. He seemed resigned to his fate. The steroids he had been taking had a terrible effect on his body, he was all bloated. But his spirit was still hanging in there.
Hey Abington, Atinum is at a little over 3500' on their Indigo16 well as of a couple of days ago. I know it's not in Avoyelles but it may be one you would care to watch. It's outside the levee in in St. Landry in Sec16 T3S R5E.
I was just curious about your interest in the AC. I'm so glad that you opened the thread. It has helped me greatly in being able to see what direction this play is going. Thanks again for your interest in the AC.
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