Topic: Marcellus

Well Highlights from Permian, Marcellus, Midcon and Eagle Ford

Calyx Energy completes multiple 2-mile laterals in MidCon (2019-01-17) (2019-01-18) (2019-01-21) Tulsa, Oklahoma based Calyx Energy reported three completions in McIntosh, Oklahoma in late January. The latest Schrute Farm wells are drilled in a different county than Calyx Energy usually operates; the majority of past Calyx Energy wells have been drilled in the Hughes, Okfuskee and Payne counties. Thus far, initial production rates in McIntosh are significantly lower than those in other counties.Schrute Farms 1-16-28CH produced 358 MMcf of gas. It...

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Crescent Point Completions

Well Highlights from Marcellus, Eagle Ford, & Williston

EQT completes 3 mile lateral well in Marcellus (2019-01-03) EQT reported two completions on a multiple well pad in Washington county, Pennsylvania. Haywood Mon110H24 and Haywood Mon110H25 were completed on January 3 and tested January 7. The H24 produced 15,565 MMcf of gas on its 38 stage lateral with a vertical depth of 7,332 ft. The H25 was drilled to 7,304 ft with a 129 stage 18,450 ft lateral length. Both wells use frac material provided by FTSI International, perforations by...

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Slawson Exploration Completions 2018

Well Highlights from Haynesville, Marcellus, & Williston

Slawson Exploration completes multiple 2 mile laterals in Williston (2018-12-25, 2018-12-26, 2018-12-27) Three wells were completed in late 2018 by subsidiary Slawson Exploration Company in Mountrail County, North Dakota. They are among the top five performing Slawson wells in a five mile radius in 2018. Production data is limited in this case since the three wells were completed in December. However, based on initial production the Torpedo Federal 6H, 7H, and 8H are among the company's top performing new wells in...

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Proppant Insights: The Battle for Frac Sand Market Share

The last quarter brought about activity across frac sand suppliers as providers continued moving towards the Permian Basin. For the last three quarters, Permian leads proppant demand. Due to the reporting lag in completions, expect the Q2 numbers to increase by another 10-20%.Since 2015 Q4, E&P companies in the Permian have consumed approximately 11 billion pounds of frac sand. Recent well reports show 1,200 - 1,500 pounds of proppant per lateral foot in the Delaware. A few E&P's are pumping nearly...

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