Friday Report - October 17, 2014
TMS PRE-PRODUCTION UPDATE 10-17-2014
(Sparse info week…sorry…I’ll try to do better. If anyone has something to add, please feel free to do so and I’ll tack it on, so folks may want to check back later for any added info.)
Halcón Fassman 9H-1, truck access road is located off Hwy 61 onto Sam Leake Road, then to Whetstone. Well is flowing back from a reported 6,030 foot lateral. I was told this week that Halcon only reports well results each quarter. This would explain a lot. However, I must point out that Halcon did deliver a between quarters report on its first well, which, so far, has been its highest IP well to-date.
Halcón Shuckrow 10H-1, located on Sam Leake Road about 5 miles east of Hwy 61 has finished drilling. I’ve been told Platinum is no longer fracking for Halcon and that Frac Tech is now finishing the Shuckrow.
Halcón S D Smith 1H, located on the Jackson Louisiana Road south of Woodville. H&P Flex 3 Rig# 249 completed a 7,556' lateral. Flowing back. I was told this week not to expect a report on this well until the quarterly report is given. See a link to all operating company report dates and times at the bottom of this report.
Halcón George Martens 1H, located on the west side of the south lane of Hwy 61 south of Woodville a couple of miles. Spud 8-8-2014 and completed around the 8th of September. Targeted lateral length was 7,000 foot. No one has reported whether a fracking crew has arrived at the George Martens. Rumors are we may be seeing Schlumberger coming back for this well. If not, then Frac Tech is the most likely candidate once the Shuckrow is finished.
Halcon Gaulden 1H, located on Louis Gaulden Road about 4 miles east of Hwy 33 roughly 3 miles south of Centreville. H&P Rig # 623 spud on September 10. Last word was they may be sidetracking to redrill the lateral. It was also reported the H&P Rig # 623 upon completion will likely be moving to the Rogers 1H site (former Leak unit) on Hwy 24 between Centreville and Woodville.
Halcon Creek Cottage East 1H and Creek Cottage West 1H. H&P Flex 3 Rig #249 is set up on this dual pad site, located on Whitestown Road a couple of miles south of Hwy 24. Drilling away. No news, we hope, is good news. This rig is rumored to be leaving the play for a while once these two wells are completed, but we hope it finds a way to stay.
Goodrich CMR Foster Creek 24-13, access from Hwy 24 on Hiram McGraw Road to Macedonia Road, then to end of Helmer Road. Goodrich Petroleum announced on Monday, September 29, "The Company is currently conducting completion operations on its CMR/Foster Creek 24-13H-1 (97% WI) well in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, which has an approximate 6,600 foot lateral with 24 frac stages and should begin flowback within a week." Well results here will be made known at the 3rd quarter report, likely to be given in early November.
Goodrich CMR-Foster Creek 8-H-1 and 2, access from 24 on Hiram McGraw Road to Macedonia Road, then a mile or so down Helmer Road. Nabors Rig #624 spud -1 on 9-15 and spud -2 on 9-21. Intermediates should be completed on both wells.
Sanchez Dry Fork East # 2H, drilling completed with a 5,000 foot lateral. Fracked 19 stages successfully. Well is flowing back. This is the first well result for Sanchez and we're not sure what to expect in terms of an announcement, but we probably won’t learn anything until the 3rd quarter report is given on November 5. Rumors are the well won’t be a great one.
Comstock CMR Foster Creek 28-40 No. 1H, located on Will Floyd Road. Access appears to be south off of Hwy 563 on to Macedonia Road, then on to Netterville Road, then on to Will Floyd Road. Trinidad Rig #103 began drilling on August 14. Rumors and questions abound on this well. It has finished drilling and will be moving shortly…or not.
Sanchez Morris #2, RAPAD Rig #31 is expected to spud this well soon, if not already. Accessed from the Pickneyville Road...Traveling west out of Woodville, turn north (right) just past the Old River water tank on to an otherwise private road. (Unless you have business at the oil site, please respect the privacy rights of the landowner.)
Sanchez St. Davis #1, accessed from Hwy 24 in Gloster, located down Kahnville Road about 6 miles southeast of Gloster. RAPAD Rig #31 spud 9-2-2014. Rumors are this well reached total depth in a TMS record time of about 24 days. No report on fracturing operations on this well.
Encana Ash 13H-1 and 13H-2, Located on the east side of Ash Road, accessed via Lower Centreville Road about 3 miles southeast of Centreville. Trinidad Rig # 124 spud July 21. Both wells completed and awaiting fracturing operations to begin, likely the end of next week.
Encana Sabine 12H-1 and 12H-2, located off of Enterprise Road, south of Hwy 24 about 3 miles out of Liberty, access is from Hwy 48. Trinidad Rig # 125 spudded 12H-1 on June 20 and 12H-2 on June 23. Fracking operations should be completed on these two wells in a very few days. Frac Tech has been doing the honors.
Goodrich Spears 31-6H-1 is located on the recently completed C H Lewis site pad on the west side of Bates School Road north of Gillsburg. The 7,600 foot lateral has been fracked and began flowing back mid-week. Early results from this well should be known by 3rd quarter report for Goodrich.
Goodrich T. Lewis 7-38H-1 located from the same access road as the EnCana Lewis 7-18H-1 off of County Farm Road a mile or so north of the Lower Centreville Road, accessed off of the Greensburg Road, located about 6 miles south of Liberty. Nabors X-17 or Ensign Rig #753 will be moving on site once drilling is completed on current wells in Tangipahoa Parish.
Encana Longleaf 29H-1 and -2, located off Tobias Lane off of Hwy 584 roughly 3 miles southeast of Liberty. Trinidad Rig # 125 spud -2 on September 30 and -1 on 10/2 or 10/3. Completed drilling one intermediate and working on 2nd one. Making good time it would appear.
Encana Mathis 29-17H-1, located on the same pad as the Mathis 29-32H-1 off of Bean Road west of Gillsburg in south Amite County. Trinidad Rig # 124 should begin to drill soon, if not already.
EnCana Lawson 25-13H-1, located on the same pad as the Lawson 25H-1 in Downtown Gillsburg, Mississippi. It appears Trinidad Rig # 124 will once again be serving as the Gillsburg Christmas Tree!
Pike County: Permits pending.
St. Helena Parish:
Comstock Meeks 56 HZ-1, located on Martin Lane north of Hwy 38 off of Hwy 441, just south of the Mississippi line and the Encana Lawson 25H-1. No word on what’s happening with the Comstock drills or confirmation of where Trinidad Rig # 103, now located in Wilkinson County, will be headed next…anyone with news, please share.
St. Tammany: Permit pending.
Washington Parish: Permits pending, site preparation underway.
Goodrich Verberne 5H-1, located south of Hwy 38 on Hwy 1061. Nabors X-17 spud 8-25. As per Goodrich news release on 9-29, "Verberne 5H-1 (66% WI) well in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana... has an approximate 6,800 foot lateral and reached total depth within 29 days." Rumors are various issues are on the verge of being finished and this rig should be moving the end of next week to either the T. Lewis 7-38H-1 site in Amite County or to the Kent 41H-1 site a bit further south in Tangipahoa Parish. We shall see.
Goodrich Williams 46H-1 has the Ensign Rig #753 spud 9/11. Intermediate completed. Cemented in intermediate and dealing with mud loss issue as of Wednesday. This rig will be moving either to the T. Lewis 7-38H-1 site in Amite County or to the Kent 41H-1 site a bit further south in Tangipahoa Parish.
East Feliciana: Permits in process…
Halcon Walker drill, previously scheduled, has been delayed.
Please note the upcoming 3rd quarter report schedule may be viewed here: