Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Perforation Data Added to LA Completion List

Oddly, there were no new Haynesville Shale completions reported by the Louisiana DNR this week.

But I did update the completions spreadsheets because I finally finished a little project to add data about the perforations - beginning and ending points along with the calculated length of perforation.  In most cases, the beginning perforation is the approximate vertical depth of the well.  Note, I say "approximate" because it is not the true vertical depth.  Also, in some cases the first perforations might begin well away from the vertical shaft.  Additionally, in a few vertical wells that tested multiple horizons you might see a long perforation that starts around 6,500'.  These generally are exceptions to the rule.  I've also updated the maps.

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