Friday, January 8, 2010

LOTS of Recent Louisiana Completions

  • Jimmy Woodward 34H #1, Questar E&P: 23.772 MMcf/day IP on 25/64” choke at 8,250 psi; Woodardville Field, Bienville Parish, Sec. 34/Township 15/Range 9; Haynesville reservoir A, serial #239627
  • Western Dev. ETAL 20H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 15.54 MMcf/day IP on 22/64” choke at 7,653 psi; Bethany Longstreet Field, Caddo Parish, S20/T15/R15; res. A, serial #239897
  • Zimmerman 30-15-11H #1, Chesapeake Operating: (unknown flow rate) on 22/64” choke at 7,993 psi; Caspiana Field, Caddo Parish, S30/T15/R11; res. B, serial #239477
  • Indigo Minerals 14H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 10.352 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 3,449 psi; Greenwood-Waskom Field, Caddo Parish, S14/T16/R16; res. A, serial #239593
  • Hall 9 #1, Camterra Resources: 6.786 MMcf/day on 15/64” choke at 5,100 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S9/T15/R14; non-unitized, serial #237524 (completed 4/23/09)
  • Jenkins 3 #1, Camterra Resources: 7.874 MMcf/day on 14/64” choke at 7,275 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S3/T15/R14; res. A, serial #239603
  • Jackson Davis 24H #1, EnCana: 11.965 MMcf/day on 19/64” choke at 7,030 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S26/T15/R14; res. A, serial #239786
  • Lucille Yearling ETAL 22, EXCO Production: 17.434 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 7,228 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S22/T14/R12; non-unitized, serial #239732
  • Branch Ranch 6 #1, EXCO Production: 11.333 MMcf/day on 20/64” choke at 6,806 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S6/T13/R12; non-unitized, serial #239749
  • Black Stone 6 #3, KCS Resources (Petrohawk): 22.541 on 22/64” choke at 8,506 psi; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S7/T14/R12; res. A, serial #240010
  • Scott 17 #5, EXCO Production: 14.157 MMCf/day on 22/64” choke at 7,156 psi; Kingston Field, DeSoto Parish, S17/T14/R13; res. A, serial #239876
  • Harts Bluff LLC 34H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 11.294 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 5,560 psi; Logansport Field, DeSoto Parish, S34/T11/R15; res. A, serial #239298
  • Lobokay 24H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 6.979 MMcf/day on 20/64” choke at 5,250 psi; Logansport Field, DeSoto Parish, S24/T11/R15; res. A, serial #239737
  • Carraway Estate HZ #3, Comstock Oil & Gas: 15.61 MMcf/day on 21/64” choke at 7,467 psi; Logansport Field, DeSoto Parish, S20/T12/R16; res. A, serial #239508
  • Collins LA 10 HZ #1, Comstock Oil & Gas: 15.382 MMcf/day at 6,740 psi; Logansport Field, DeSoto Parish, S15/T12/R16; res. A, serial #240051
  • Gamble 21H #1, Coronado Energy E&P Co.: 18.435 MMcf/day at 6,050 psi; Logansport Field, DeSoto Parish, S21/T12/R16; res. A, serial #239942
  • Johnson 21-13-13H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 15.056 MMcf/day at 20/64” choke at 9,114 psi; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, DeSoto Parish, S21/T13/R13; res. A, serial #239543
  • OW Driggers 21H #1, EnCana Oil & Gas: 10.899 MMcf/day on 18/64” choke at 7,291 psi; Bracky Branch Field, Red River Parish, S21/T13/R9; Jurassic Res. B, serial #239750 (I included this well because it is in the Haynesville area and many of the early Haynesville wells were classified as Jurassic. It is located in a section that has not been unitized. The well was drilled to 12,501’-12,565’ total vertical depth, which is the same depth horizon as many Haynesville wells.)
  • Wood 30H #1, Samson Contour Energy: 19.128 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 8,200 psi; Brakcy Branch Field, Red River Parish, S30/T14/R9; res. A, serial #239551
  • Rex Young 28H #1, EnCana: 20.447 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 8,558 psi; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, Red River Parish, S20/T14/R11; res. D, serial #239479
  • Ninock 1H #1, Petrohawk Operating: 20.418 MMcf/day on 24/64” choke at 8,453 psi; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, Red River Parish, S12/T13/R11; res. B, serial #239489
  • BSTMA LLC 17H #1, EnCana: 9.202 MMcf/day on 22/64” choke at 7,041 psi; Thorn Lake Field, Red River Parish, S17/T14/R11; res. A, serial #239790

1 comment:

erezia said...

I want to thank you for this website. I am new at this whole thing of following the Haynesville shale play, with particular interest in Chesapeake in DeSoto Parish. Your links to relevant news items are great. I will be visiting your site often. Thanks so much for making this easier.