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Friday Report 04-24-2015

Posted by bernell on April 24, 2015

TMS PRE-PRODUCTION UPDATE 4-24-2015

This is my best available information on wells either before production or in the early stages of production and for which little, if any, production information is available…listed by county/parish, west to east then north to south.

Wilkinson County:

Halcon Creek Cottage West 1H, H&P Flex 3 Rig #249 completed drilling. Creek Cottage is located on Whitestown Road a couple of miles south of Hwy 24. Ready to Fracture.

Halcon Rogers 1H, accessed from Hwy 24 west of Centreville about 5 miles. Drilling operations are complete. Awaiting fracturing.

Goodrich CMR-Foster Creek 8H-1 and 2, accessed from Hwy 563 to Macedonia Road then to Helmer Road. Nabors Rig #624 spud -1 on 9-15 and spud -2 on 9-21. Both drills are finished. Last I heard these two wells should be finished fracturing and flowing back..

Sanchez Morris 2H 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. Drilling completed with a 6,450 foot lateral. Flowing back.

Sanchez Macedonia – Plans call for 2-4 wells to be drilled here after the Bloomer drill is finished. Located on Macedonia Road north of Centreville, this site is accessed from the north off of Hwy 563, then down Macedonia Road about 10 miles to site on west side of Macedonia Road. (Note that only the Macedonia 1H, 2H, and 4H wells have permits at this time.)

Sanchez Bloomer – The Bloomer is located on the south side of Hwy 24, 18 miles west of the Hwy 24/61 crossing in Woodville and is near Ft. Adams on what some are referring to as the Rosenblatt site. Trinidad Rig #125 spud on March 7 and normally should be finished drilling by now. Word is the drilling has been slowed as it drilled through some natural fractures in the formation that have been found to improve production in previous wells. Fingers crossed that this is the case on the Bloomer! 

Amite County:

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. Drilling completed at 18,540'. Awaiting fracking for the 2nd half of 2015.

EnCana Lawson 25-13H-1, located on the same pad as the Lawson 25H-1 in Downtown Gillsburg, MS in Southeast Amite County. Well results report can be found here:

http://tmshorizons.com/index.php/tms-news/2015-news/april1/lawson-25-13h-1/

 

EnCana McIntosh 15H-1/Reese 16H-1. Site located on Chance Road off of Ewell Road south of Hwy 48 a few miles east of Centreville, this double unit/ 4 well pad is having only 2 drilled at this time. Encana Reese 16H-1 was spud 12/9/2014 by the Trinidad Rig #125. McIntosh 15H-1 was reported as spud 12/11/2014. Fracturing on these two wells is finished and wells are flow back starting.

Pike County: A permit has been approved for 1 Sanchez unit in Pike County. Several unit applications by VirTex, Sanchez and Encana are 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 Encana Lawson 25H-1. Pad is finished. Plans to drill are on hold.

St. Tammany:

Experimental preliminary vertical well by Helis Oil and Gas, the EADS POITEVENT ETAL #1, has been permitted, but faces other legal challenges to full authority to drill.

Tangipahoa:

Halcon Franklin PST Prop H-1, H&P rig # 623 spud November 1. Access to this site is from downtown Osyka, Mississippi on South Railroad. Drilling complete, production casing in place to 17,957 foot. Awaiting fracturing.

Goodrich Kinchen 58H-1, accessed from Hwy 1053 about 1 mile north of Kentwood off of Hwy 51. H&P Flex Rig 3 # 249 spud on December 6. Completed drilling to a depth of 18,365 foot. Awaiting fracturing.

Goodrich B Nez 43H -1 and -2, are located in two different units, Little Silver Creek Field, Sand Unit D is the unit for the B-Nez 43H-1 well and Little Silver Creek, Sand Unit N is the unit where the B-Nez 43H-2 will be drilled. The drilling site is located on the south side of Hwy 38 east of Kentwood about 8 miles and nearly to the Washington Parish line. The nose of the 43H-1 unit tilts northeasterly into Washington Parish.
43H-1 was spud by Nabors X-17 on 12/17. Drilling complete to 18,584 foot. Awaiting fracking for the 2nd half of 2015.
43H-2 spud 1/3/2015. Production casing set to 18,315 foot for what appears to be a 6,000 foot lateral. Awaiting fracking for the 2nd half of 2015.

Washington Parish:

Goodrich Painter Etal 5H-1: Nabors Rig #624 spud January 11. Pad located on the east side of Louisiana Highway 450 about 4 miles south of Louisiana Hwy 38. Drilling completed to 17,223 foot. Awaiting fracking for the 2nd half of 2015.

Goodrich W Alford 10H-1: Officially the Little Silver Creek Sand Unit F, this site is located off Hwy 1056 in the Mt. Hermon community in northwest Washington Parish. Nabors Rig #624 spud February 23, 2014. Issues in the first lateral resulted in a new lateral being drilled for this well. Whipstocked or sidetracked at the 11,141 to 11,152 foot depth with the kick off point to drill the new lateral at 11,146 foot. New lateral drilled to a depth of 17,105 foot and casing in place as of April 4.  Awaiting fracturing.

Nabors Rig # 624 has left the TMS. A new rig will be brought in by Goodrich in a couple of months…not sure if the next well will be the recently permitted Conerly in Tangipahoa Parish, or CMR Foster Creek 7-6 in Wilkinson County. My guess is the Conerly.

East Feliciana: Permits in process…

West Feliciana:

Halcon Walker- permitted, with no drilling plans at this time.

Links to producing Louisiana wells can be found here:

http://www.tmshorizons.com/index.php/tms-news/2014-news/december/louisiana-wells/

 

And, for the most up-to-date information on producing wells in Mississippi, go here:

http://www.ogb.state.ms.us/TMSDevelopment.php



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