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The Friday Report - 5/2/14

Posted by admin on May 2, 2014

May 2, 2014 pre-production TMS report.

Wilkinson County:

EnCana Pintard 28H-1, located roughly 3 miles north of Centreville off Macedonia Road- Fracking started Friday, May 2, 2014.

Halcon Horseshoe Hill 11-22H-1, located roughly 1 mile south of the intersection of Coon's Mill Rd with Hwy 24 about 4 miles east of Woodville-H&P FlexRig# 249 completed the drill reportedly in 30 days. 

It will be interesting to see production from this well and if whatever differences Halcon has for their wells alleviates the deformation of casing issue others have had and/or improves production levels. The drill time was certainly excellent. Awaiting fracking operations to begin!

Halcon Blackstone 4H-2, located roughly halfway between Centreville and Woodville on the south side of Hwy 24, H&P FlexRig# 249 moved from Horsehoe Hill. Should be spudding shortly if not already.

Halcon Fassman 9H-1, access road is located north of Hwy 24 off of Leake's Road via Coon's Mill Rd. Tentatively the 2nd Halcon rig in the area is expected to go to this site in a few weeks and will likely be a new H&P FlexRig 600.

Amite County: 

Encana Lewis 7-18H-1, located about 1 mile north of the Lower Centreville Road off of the County Farm Road roughly 5 miles south of Liberty. Trinidad Rig #124 spudded (began drilling) April 19. Intermediate casing cemented in at depth of 11,980 going back in hole tonight.

Encana Lyons 35H-1-Located 2 miles east of Centreville, north of Hwy 48, just west of Pepper House Rd- Fracked and drill out attempted. Awaiting report.

Encana Lyons 35H-2- Located on same site as Lyons 35H-1, Trinidad Rig # 125 at 3,200' and surface casing being cemented in place.

EnCana Mathis 29-32H-1, Located on the Louisiana line due south of the Anderson 17H unit, just off of Bean Road in T1N, R5E. Trinidad Rig # 125 reportedly drilled in record time of 30 days. An estimated 5,500' lateral is awaiting fracking scheduled date known.

Goodrich C.H. Lewis 30-19H-1- located north of Bates School Road 1/2 mile west of Paul Honea Road in T2N, R6E, Amite County, MS. Fracking operations still setting up and expected to start soon...perhaps over the weekend. High hopes for this 6,600' lateral well.

Goodrich Nunnery 12-1H-1 -Located on the east side of Claude Smith Road, along Pike County line, about 3 miles west of Magnolia-Ensign Rig # 753 completed hole at 17,526', production casing production casing being cemented in...scheduled to move to Goodrich Bates 25-24H-1 or the Goodrich Denkmann 33-28H-2 around mid-week next week.

Goodrich Bates 25-24H-1, located roughly 2 miles northeast of Liberty off of Hwy 569 North. Expected that either Ensign Rig#753 from Nunnery 12-1H-1 or Nabors X-17 Rig from the Beech Grove 94H-1 will be moved on site mid-week next week.

Goodrich Denkmann 33-28H-2, located in Amite County on the Mississippi/Louisiana line in T1N, R4E. Appears to be accessed from the Louisiana side through Weyerhaeuser roads off of Tolar Hurst/Parish Road 181 off of Hwy 1044 north of Hwy 38. Expected that either Ensign Rig#753 from Nunnery 12-1H-1 or Nabors X-17 Rig from the Beech Grove 94H-1 will be moved on site mid-week next week.

EnCana Lawson 25H-1- Reported to be making about 500 barrels per day with somewhat of a decrease in pressure. Awaiting official well report.

St. Helena Parish-

Goodrich Weyerhaeuser 51H-Located about 2 miles west of Chipola- Goodrich reported on Monday March 24 this well would not be a good one and that they were still working on the flow back...awaiting an official report on well.

East Feliciana-

Goodrich Beech Grove 94H-1- Located about 4 miles east of Wilson, LA off of Carruth Road. Nabors X-17 Rig – Drilling at 19,400' and hoping for about 1,000' more...hoping to be complete by this weekend.

West Feliciana- 

Goodrich SLC 81H-1 (formerly known as Melancon 81H-1)- Ensign Rig #751, surface casing in place and reportedly drilling at 4,200' as of April 28.

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