Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Recent Louisiana Completions

  • Heard 19-12-13 H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 12.72 MMcf/day IP, on 22/64 in. choke, at 6,840 psi; Spider Field, DeSoto Parish, S19/T12/R13; res. A, serial #240283
  • Houston 13 H #1, El Paso: 15.7 MMcf/day IP, on 12/64 in. choke, at 6,575 psi; Bethany Longstreet Field, DeSoto Parish, S13/T13/R15; res. B, serial #240150
  • M+M Long Prop 9 H #1, EnCana Oil & Gas: 18.87 MMcf/day IP, on 24/64 in. choke, at 7,291 psi; Holly Field, DeSoto Parish, S9/T14/R14; res. A, serial #239980
  • Pirkle 29 #1, SWEPI, LP: 10.084 MMcf/day IP, on 12/64 in. choke, at 8,903 psi; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, DeSoto Parish, S29/T13/R12; res. Jur-B, serial #239665
  • Don Jones #1, SWEPI, LP: 10.187 MMcf/day IP, on 16/64 in. choke, at 8,876 psi; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, DeSoto Parish, S6/T12/R12; res. C, serial #239958
  • Labokay 27-10-13 H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 15.574 MMcf/day IP, on 22/64 in. choke, at 7,188 psi; Pleasant Hill Field, Sabine Parish, S27/T10/R13; res. A, serial #240157

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any idea of how many wells have been drilled and are waiting on frac/completion?

Robert Hutchinson said...

I don't know that exact number for sure. In looking at weekly status reports, the biggest backlog is of wells that have been drilled but are still in the testing/completion phase. Using 6/18/10 data, there were 75 wells completed but waiting on state potential and another 304 wells classified as "in-test." Most of the 304 "in-test" wells are waiting on completion and the rest are in some phase of the completion process.

According to LA DNR, as of May 2010 375 of the 1,272 permitted Haynesville wells in LA are classified as "other operations," which is a pergatory between drilling and producing (DNR chart: http://dnr.louisiana.gov/haynesvilleshale/wbm-chart.pdf). That more or less lines up with the above numbers.