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Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
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I have a question on the Crosby well, number 251932, in Vernon Parish.  The last post for this well on Sonris was:11/06/2019  Drilled 12 1/4" hole to 14,901'; stuck; backed off @ 14,755 and worked…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Nov 8.

Leasing in Austin chalk 2017
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I was interested in how many parishes/counties are getting leased with the resurgence of the Austin chalk. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Mar 17, 2018.

new well permitted in avoyelles parish
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Permit date October 27, Eola Field, Serial Number 250583, by Petro-Guard  Dept, 8100 feetContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Oct 30, 2017.

 

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David Crockett replied to Lisa Melder-Johnson's discussion SUGARTOWN Well 251932 in the group Vernon Parish
"Work permit application for this well dated 11/13/2019: sidetrack: set a cased hole whipstock inside 9 5/8” csg, , mill out window, drill curve and td the Austin chalk lateral.  The proposed setting depth of the cased hole whipstock is…"
yesterday
David Crockett commented on Skip Peel - Independent Landman's group Vernon Parish
"Royalty factor is 20"
Wednesday
David Crockett commented on Skip Peel - Independent Landman's group Vernon Parish
"Two 40 acre tracts were leased today in Vernon parish in the state lease sale for 250 per acre. "
Wednesday
Rock Man replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"They should be able to move ahead - for a price! Operators do this all the time. It takes a LOT to totally junk a wellbore and make it useless! Just cure the problem with time and $$$$$$$$$$$$"
Nov 8
Hydrocarbonite replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Thx RM,, hope they can salvage and move forward. "
Nov 8
Rock Man replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Free point will identify where the "fish" is free and not stuck. Knowing that, they can "blow off" the fish (cutting the fish at a point above where it is stuck) and pull the "free pipe" out of the hole. Looks like they…"
Nov 8
Hydrocarbonite replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Thx DC"
Nov 8
David Crockett replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"I see where sonris added a few more words to end of post dated November 6:  Free point and prep to run 9 5/8” casing. "
Nov 8
Hydrocarbonite replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Thx for reply Joshua.."
Nov 8
David Crockett replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Thank you for your answer.  It sounded pretty bad.  "
Nov 8
Joshua S. Huckaby replied to David Crockett's discussion Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932
"Yes they can either set a whip stock and drill around fish left in hole or set cement plug and drill around as well. It’s pretty common to side track around a fish left in the hole.  Rather then spending the extra time and money trying to…"
Nov 8
David Crockett replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion New Vernon Parish Horizontal AC Well Permitted in the group Austin Chalk
"Thanks for the knowledgeable answer!!  Good to hear it could be salvageable!"
Nov 8
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Austin Chalk Crosby Well, Vernon Parish-251932

I have a question on the Crosby well, number 251932, in Vernon Parish.  The last post for this well on Sonris was:11/06/2019  Drilled 12 1/4" hole to 14,901'; stuck; backed off @ 14,755 and worked stuck pipe; unsuccessfully.  my question is can this well be salvaged?  or is it unrepairable?  Thanks to anyone who can answer this.  See More
Nov 7
David Crockett replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion New Vernon Parish Horizontal AC Well Permitted in the group Austin Chalk
"I have a question concerning this well.  Can it be salvaged?  Or is it unrepairable?"
Nov 7
David Crockett replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion New Vernon Parish Horizontal AC Well Permitted in the group Austin Chalk
"New entry on sonris for this well today. Doesn’t sound good 11/06/2019. Drilled 12 1/4” hole to 14,901; stuck; backed off @ 14755 and worked stuck pipe; unsuccessfully."
Nov 6
David Crockett replied to Lisa Melder-Johnson's discussion SUGARTOWN Well 251932 in the group Vernon Parish
"Okay. Thanks Rockman!"
Oct 31

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At 11:13pm on February 7, 2018, Rock Man said…

I believe that more companies will try to get into the AC trend that EOG is pursuing - but my guess is that you will see a large broker group looking to get leases and then flip them to operating companies that are ready to spend the capital to drill these expensive wells.

Key to the AC for this play is not as much depth (although that is a factor) but the reservoir properties in the AC, i.e. matrix porosity and permeability.

The lack of well control will negatively impact areas where this is not sufficient well data to evaluate the matrix reservoir issue

At 10:04am on February 2, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

David, which Broadway well?  There may be more than one in Rapides Parish.  There are numerous Broadway wells in other parishes.  Give me a well serial number or a section-township-range so I don't have to spend a lot of time looking.

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