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William C. Morrison replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Of course, I understand they can stop at any point.  And if they have all that good seismic data why even advertise the depth they are willing to go.  And there is a lot of data from existing wells all around the drill site (for instance…"
Jun 12
Rock Man replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"PS to your comments about Edwards shelf edge location - seismic can identify the shelf edge and an extensive amount has been shot along this trend to date. EOG's permitted depth of 17,000' does not obligate them to drill that deep. They…"
Jun 12
William C. Morrison replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Sugar cane land in Pointe Coupee goes for $4,000 an acre or more.  It probably produces about $250 per acre per year.  So I think it is a bit more than an acre of pine trees but then I do not know what pine tree land sells for.  I am…"
Jun 12
Jay replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Probably like a pine tree farm.  Double stumpage at a minimum.  Jay"
Jun 11
Rock Man replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"I wonder what the going rate is for damages to sugar cane crop???"
Jun 11
William C. Morrison replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Yes. I checked GIS and the well is sited square in the middle of Brunswick Plantation, on back and close to our place.  It is in the middle of sugar cane field.  I bet the owner is not to happy about the location but happy to have a well…"
Jun 11
Jay replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"The EOG survey called it by the proper name and all of the EOG paperwork reflects that.  Once it got to Lafayette, it got transcribed.  Be thankful you are at least getting a test well. Jay"
Jun 11
William C. Morrison replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"As noted on the SONRIS print out, the well is identified as "Burnswick."  But I can assure all that it is located on Brunswick Plantation.  There is no "burnswick" in the area.  The name Brunswick has been around…"
Jun 11
Rock Man replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Note the attached PDF from DrillingInfo. The three blue dots are the EOG AC wells in this area with their initial (and productive well) in Avoyelles Parish to the west. Interesting that the wells are spaced basically the same distance apart (about…"
Jun 11
Jay replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"It is a pilot hole.  They will core the AC first before going HZ. Jay"
Jun 10
Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Can you tell me the proposed lateral length of the Brunswick #1 and in what Section of 4S-9E is the bottom hole located? Sonris has the well listed as the Burnswick #1 rather than the Brunswick #1."
Jun 10
William C. Morrison replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"This well is on the back of Brunswick Plantation.  It is about 2 miles east of the Fountaine  Farms, Inc well.  Fontaine Farms well is completed as a gas well and produces a lot of Natural Gas Liquids along with gas.  Brunswick…"
Jun 10
John Matherne replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee in the group Austin Chalk
"Hope this one gets drilled and shows PC is the place to be."
Jun 10
Les Miles added a discussion to the group Austin Chalk
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EOG Drilling Permit - Pointe Coupee

An EOG Pointe Coupee drilling permit has been filed. The well will be located: Sec 29 – Twn 04S – Range 09E.This looks like a deep downdip test of the Austin Chalk.http://sonlite.dnr.state.la.us/sundown/cart_prod/cart_con_wellinfo2?p_wsn=251761See More
Jun 10
Jay replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG AC Drilling Permit - East Feliciana in the group Austin Chalk
"I tend to believe that is a typo or they had already used a spudder rig to drill the shallow section of the hole.   Jay"
Jun 5
Rock Man replied to Les Miles's discussion EOG AC Drilling Permit - East Feliciana in the group Austin Chalk
"Thanks for posting this. In looking at the dates, it appears that EOG got this well drilled to 12,885' from surface casing point (3090') in about 4 days. 9795' of drilling over that period - doable but ultra fast. This is the benefit…"
Jun 5

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