Tuesday, July 12, 2011

New Texas Completions

7/5/11 - 7/11/11:
(Check out the pressure on the Nelson Hay well: 11,477 psi!)
  • George Robertson #3, Valence Operating: 1.109 MMcf/day IP, 20/64" choke, 995 psi; Perfs: 11,104-11,816, length: 712 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), Harrison Co., Survey: ANDERSON, B , A-29
  • H. Nelson Hay #1H, Goodrich Petroleum: 12.386 MMcf/day IP, 14/64" choke, 11,477 psi; Perfs: 14,983-19,844, length: 4,861 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), Nacogdoches Co., Survey: MEDFORD, J R , A-406
  • Phillips SU #1H, EXCO Operating: 13.346 MMcf/day IP, 22/64" choke, 6,939 psi; Perfs: 14,223-19,247, length: 5,024 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), San Augustine Co., Survey: WARD, M, A-305
  • Ward SU #1H, EXCO Operating: 10.735 MMcf/day IP, 20/64" choke, 6,703 psi; Perfs: 13,750-17,343, length: 3,593 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), San Augustine Co., Survey: WARD, M, A-305
  • Victoria Anne Unit #1H, EOG Resources: 9.633 MMcf/day IP, 17/64" choke, 9,275 psi; Perfs: 13,949-18,958, length: 5,009 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), San Augustine Co., Survey: YBARBO, A, A-327
  • Tigers DU #1H, XTO Energy: 11.638 MMcf/day IP, 16/64" choke, 7,193 psi; Perfs: 13,160-17,933, length: 4,773 ft.; Carthage Field (Haynesville Shale), Shelby Co., Survey: ANDERSON, J , A-5

8 comments:

Tom said...

The Valence George Robertson is right in the oil rumor north south corridor. 1.109 MMcf/day what a poor gas performer.

Somehow I'm not sure I am getting the whole story.

The perforations are lower than the Haynesville target at 10,200 ft and the Cotton Valley target at 8700 ft.

Their permit states that they plan to co-mingle the Haynesville and Cotton Valley yet neither are perf'd.

lol another half story imo. However I haven't pulled the completion report and going by your report.

Tom said...

From the G-1
Note that the frac is below these formations

41. FORMATION RECORD (LIST DEPTHS OF PRINCIPAL GEOLOGICAL MARKERS AND

FORMATION TOPS)
Formations Depth Formations Depth
BAC 2680.0 MD: 2680.0 TRAVIS PEAK 6595.0 MD: 6595.0
BMA 5495.0 MD: 5495.0 COTTON VALLEY 8600.0 MD: 8600.0
PETTIT 6280.0 MD: 6280.0 BOSSIER 10195.0 MD: 10195.0
REMARKS: G-1 FILED FOR POTENTIAL TEST. PLEASE KEEP PERMIT OPEN. VALENCE PLANS TO DOWNHOLE COMMINGL

Tom said...

The did put a plug in about 120 feet from the bottom of the well before the reported frac.

Interesting however I am still waiting for the Jordan #3 report.

Robert Hutchinson said...

Me too!

Anonymous said...

Is any condensate or distillate reported? Nothing was reported on the N.Brewster #8 which is strange because the wells in that area produce both.

Robert Hutchinson said...

No liquids reported. The permit was left open for a later Cotton Valley (Beckville) frac job, which might produce liquids. But nothing form the deep completion.

Anonymous said...

I am sure I'm missing something obvious but what is the BMA formation?

Anonymous said...

Ahh, Base Mass. Anhydrite, thanks.