Please explain terminology on Sonris Lite

Red River Parish, Section 30, T 14N , R 9W
Posted on site:
Coring @ 12,428-12,788 '
plug back from 12,900-12,474' W/705 x


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Comment by Trisha Giddens on June 3, 2009 at 9:22am
Keep me posted, PLEASE.
Comment by Les B on June 3, 2009 at 9:17am
Trisha, it will likely take 3-4 more weeks to drill the lateral. At this time there are no more permitted Haynesville Shale wells in T14N-R9W but that could change quickly based on this well's results.
Comment by Trisha Giddens on June 2, 2009 at 4:17pm
Thanks Les B., I know you will be so glad when " You and I " have finished drilling this well!!
Now, do you have a " guess " of how much longer it will take to drill horizontal? Does it take as long as the vertical? I know the crews are working diligently to get the pipeline laid and ready. It's just getting exciting!! ( Okay, it's been exciting all along! )
Have there been anymore wells permitted in Section 30 or even in 31?
Comment by Les B on June 2, 2009 at 3:12pm
Trisha, Samson drilled vertically thru the Haynesville Shale with a core barrel so they could take a core sample of the formation for evaluation. Now they have plugged back (cemented) that lowest section of the well in preparation for building the curve and drilling the horizontal lateral.


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