Thursday, August 23, 2012

New Louisiana Completions

  • Whitney Corp 20 H #1, Petrohawk Operating: 6.833 MMcf/day IP on 14/64 in. choke at 7,954 psi; Perfs: 12,085-16,650, length: 4,565 ft.; Benson Field, DeSoto Parish, S17/T10/R13; res. A, serial #244384 
  • Waldron 7 #6-ALT, EXCO Operating: 10.603 MMcf/day IP on 17/64 in. choke at 7,108 psi; Perfs: 12,297-16,517, length: 4,220 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S7/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243836 
  • Sammo Parnership 7 #1-ALT, EXCO Operating: 12.383 MMcf/day IP on 18/64 in. choke at 7,654 psi; Perfs: 12,316-16,798, length: 4,482 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S18/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243837 
  • Sammo Parnership 7 #2-ALT, EXCO Operating: 12.115 MMcf/day IP on 18/64 in. choke at 7,054 psi; Perfs: 12,395-16,964, length: 4,569 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S18/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243838 
  • Luellen Johnson 7 #2-ALT, EXCO Operating: 12.157 MMcf/day IP on 18/64 in. choke at 6,884 psi; Perfs: 12,144-16,408, length: 4,264 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S7/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243839
  • Luellen Johnson 7 #3-ALT, EXCO Operating: 12.969 MMcf/day IP on 18/64 in. choke at 7,558 psi; Perfs: 12,114-16,291, length: 4,177 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S7/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243840 
  • Nabors 7 #8-ALT, EXCO Operating: 13.095 MMcf/day IP on 16/64 in. choke at 8,118 psi; Perfs: 12,269-16,220, length: 3,951 ft.; Caspiana Field, DeSoto Parish, S7/T14/R12; res. A, serial #243842 
  • Patco LLP 27-13-12 H #1, Chesapeake Operating: 14.76 MMcf/day IP on 22/64 in. choke at 7,450 psi; Perfs: 12,166-16,701, length: 4,535 ft.; Red River-Bull Bayou Field, DeSoto Parish, S27/T13/R12; res. C, serial #243886

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Curious if you would be willing to share your sources for compiling all the newly completed wells?

Robert Hutchinson said...

For Louisiana, I get them from the LA DNR weekly Shreveport Scout Report. It is available from sonris.com. Let me know if you need a better link. I go through the report on a weekly basis to find new completions.

For Texas, I go to the Oil and Gas Completion Report from the Texas RRC (http://www.rrc.state.tx.us/data/online/index.php) and use the database.

Anonymous said...

Very cool. Thank you very much. I use your completion posts to maintain a well database. I am very familiar with searching up information for specific wells but was very curious how you compiled the completions. I really like your website. It is very informative and it looks good. Take care