Agree. Last 5 wells will be close behind. Thanks for msg to Craig, was going to do the same but one (your msg) is enough. GL
Hi. Not an expert but in the Piceance Basin the Williams Fork formation is drilled between 4,500 to 10,500. That would be 1-6 and 8. Number 7 is the Mancos depth which runs between 13,000 and 17,500. GL
Agree.... Was messing with you a little on the trust post.. Much activity at Koko in the next 30-45 days and Colorado the rest of 2015. Good fortune to all.
Sure, go the COGIS approved permits...we will use Fed 14/15-1-21 (approved 7-20-14) just for ease....pull it up then go to DOCS at the top, then go to page 2 and at the bottom of page 2 pull up SUNDRY NOTICE APPROVED-OTHER-LOG...then go down to page 5. GL
COGIS Director signs final approval on the 10 new permits late yesterday. Posted to approved status today. Pad and wells are a green light. GL
Sure thing. Have fun, if you have not been to Zion Nat Park in Southern Utah, it is awesome. If the weather is good (zero chance of rain in the region) try and hike the Narrows which requires approval from the local ranger station due to flash floods. Beyond stunning. Safe travels and GL.
No problem. Pad approved and 10 news permits to be approved soon, awaiting COGIS director final approval. As bpaveinc posted and is now on FB, a new Wiley permit is approved on May 8 for Endeavor. Starting to pull together as NG prices stabilize with 18 new wells at Koko, 2.5% interest with Endeavor and new wells, Black Hills drilling program (which they are accelerating) and releasing their numbers can and will be used by DEJ engineers to evaluate our Roan Creek project/drilling, etc. WR will continue to make solid money. Coachman, Endeavor, DEJ cannot control commodity prices, just continue to navigate the waters and keep moving forward and position themselves for the 2nd half of 2015. GLTA