Wednesday, June 16, 2010

A Couple of Completions Including a Big One

A new Louisiana completion reported by DNR:
  • Sustainable 31 #1, SWEPI LP: 10.17 MMcf/day on 12/64" choke at 7,804 psi; Bethany Longstreet Field, DeSoto Parish, Sec. 31/Township 13/Range 12; Jurassic reservoir B (penetrations 12,468' to 16,010', so I'm assuming Haynesville), serial #239715
A new Texas completion reported by EnCana:
  • Blackstone Unit A-43H, EnCana: 32 MMcf/day IP at 9,500 psi; Wildcat Field (Haynesville), San Augustine Co., status #687761
That Blackstone completion is going to turn a lot of heads.  The well was reported at an investor conference on Monday.  EnCana's CEO noted that the well was drilled to a depth of 14,500' with a 4,000' lateral.  The well originally flowed at 25 MMcf/day but when the company added a second wing valve, production increased to 32 MMcf/day with 9,500 pounds of "back pressure."  The well cost $12 million to drill and was drilled in an area EnCana calls the Brent Miller Field, which extends from Natchitoches to Sabine Counties, where the company has 45,000 net acres. 


I will update and post the LA completions spreadsheet/maps, but I will wait until Sunday/Monday to update the TX completions spreadsheet.

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