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Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac
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The Pennington Rougon Heirs well initial 24 rate has been reported on Sonris:RECOMPLETED 7/5/2020 AS A OIL WELL IN THE AUS C RB SUA RES;PM F; 205 BOPD; 185 MCFD; 8773 FTP; 2235 CP; 7/64 CK; 275 BWPD;…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Jul 27.

Latest Marathon Crowell Well Production
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Flat production of 1,000 bbls of oil per day for February and March:RPT DATELUW CODESTORAGE FACDOC USEWELL CNTOPENING STKOIL PROD(BBL)GAS PROD(MCF)DISPOSITIONCLOSING…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Jul 6.

Crowell Well - Marathon Conference Call Comments
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Marathon CEO: “In the Louisiana Austin Chalk, our first modern completion in the over-pressured Western Fairway of the play is on flowback and cleaning up. While it is far too early to draw…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Feb 14.

Crowell #2 Well Result - Presentation
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Marathon updated its presentation with the flow rate of the Crowell well.1,200 bbls of oil per day of oil and ~9 MMcf of gas on a restricted choke (code for the well could flow much higher) and the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Diamond Jim Feb 13.

 

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Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac
"Bob Z, good comment @ vertical AC wells. If one could access all the vertical AC production that has been established over the years in the Tx / La Gulf Coast trend, I am guessing that much less than 50% of these wells actually "paid out"…"
Jul 27
Bob Zimmerman replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac
"A chalk well without lateral(s) will play out pretty quick once that fracture is draine. Browse the AC wells in the Pitkin/Masters Creek Field and see that even with laterals, many don't play well."
Jul 27
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac
"Thanks for posting this info. One can compare these two wells but the key info here will be how the Pennington well does over time. They have definitely tapped some decent reservoir (assuming that there is some P&P in the AC section but…"
Jul 9
Diamond Jim replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac
"Ok, I'm not sure how to do that - you have my permission to repost that information to the Main Page. It appears to be significant news to me"
Jul 8
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Pennington Rougon Heirs Austin Chalk Vertical Frac

The Pennington Rougon Heirs well initial 24 rate has been reported on Sonris:RECOMPLETED 7/5/2020 AS A OIL WELL IN THE AUS C RB SUA RES;PM F; 205 BOPD; 185 MCFD; 8773 FTP; 2235 CP; 7/64 CK; 275 BWPD; 57.3%BS&W; 902 GOR; 42.7 GRVTY;PERFS 17513-17517' & 17546-17550' & 17602-17606' & 17625-17629 & 17650-17654' & 17669-17673' (ST: 10)Looks like an impressive start considering the oil (43%) water (57%) ratio, very high pressure 8,773 FTP (energy) and most telling the choke…See More
Jul 8
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"yes"
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"This is the info that post dates the deeper Tuscaloosa SS work / completions. DJ had this in posting earlier tonight. This shows the plug back from deeper Tuscaloosa SS perfs and setting bridge plug to allow for AC testing L #…"
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"This is the deeper Tuscaloosa Sand completion below the Austin Chalk / figure this zone must have died out or watered out to merit uphole move to the AC"
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"I would caution to not get too excited about early post frac flow back results. There will be naturally a lot of high pressure due to the fluid volumes pumped with the frac. The early oil cut report is a positive but the key is what happens after…"
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"All this appears to be historical work in the deeper Tuscaloosa Sands below 19,000'. Present work is above CIBP with topping cement 10' cement plug @ 18,080' (CIBP = Cast Iron Bridge Plug)."
Jul 6
Diamond Jim replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"230892 The well was just completed so I don't the work permit status has had a chance to be updated: L # 0128-20 03/03/2020 03/05/2021 PERFORATE APPROVED 03/05/2020 19800 N AUSTIN CHALK INV # 1209732 SET CIBP IN 3-1/2" TBG @ 18760'…"
Jul 6
Diamond Jim replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"RH, The "word" (I don't think it is a rumor because of the source) is the well started flowing back on Saturday and is already producing high oil cuts. The well is reportedly significantly choked back and the FTP continue to…"
Jul 6
Rock Hound replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Profit Island Field - New Pennington Austin Chalk Unit in the group Austin Chalk
"Rumor is that Pennington has vertically frac’d there first Austin Chalk well. Anybody hear any news?"
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Latest Marathon Crowell Well Production
"Thanks for posting that, The "39" is probably a refence to a 39/64" choke size. I am guessing that gas contracts are usually not posted on SONRIS / this would at least give us an idea of pricing metrics for this gas and if there would…"
Jul 6
David Crockett replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Latest Marathon Crowell Well Production
"I see on the la state potential report dated 3/24/20 that the choke was 39. under remarks it says tested with electronic metering and that the system oil was sold to plains marketing.  "
Jul 6
Rock Man replied to Diamond Jim's discussion Latest Marathon Crowell Well Production
"Lisa's comment would seem to support that fact that the gas is not sour. Nor does it contain a lot of inert components like nitrogen or CO2. Thanks for posting. I guess we will never find out the gas quality (Btu / NGL yields) nor prices that…"
Jul 6

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