These two wells are close enough they could have been drilled from the same pad.
Below are two interesting notes from the Josey 1HR permit application
1) 25 This well cannot be produced concurrently from the same reservoir as: #1H (api #471-30371)
2) This is a replacement well for the Josey Wales No. 1H Well (471-30371) which is currently being plugged.
Lots of thoughts come to mind but first thought is they were drilled to 2 separate formations. Clearly something in the area they like to drill 2 wells. Wonder what they found in the 1H. Note they did say plugged, NOT plugged and abandoned.
Some local oil guys want to weigh in on this one?
Some clarification on the location of the 2 wells to each other. The bottom/end of the Toby 1H horizontal leg is located roughly 3000 ft from the Toby 1 vertical. Results from the Toby 1 vertical have led to the drilling of the Toby 1H horizontal.
VERY good sign indeed
Toby 1 is a vertical. It is now a EOG well but was originally permitted by c4 energy on 2-13-2013. Toby 1H is a horizontal whose permit was approved yesterday. Key is the are right beside each other. EOG would not be drilling the horizontal if they did not like what the found with the vertical
Sibley, the Toby I am referring to was just permitted. It is a horizontal and drilling can't start till approval received. The Toby you are providing numbers on is a vertical located right next to it, like maybe 800 feet away. Need to look at the plot again to confirm.
Thanks, now that we have some context to those production numbers they are not so bad. If this well is indeed 15 years old it is nice to see that it is still flowing at all. Clearly shows there is oil in place. Really looking forward to the numbers we get off a new well completed with modern technology
The Colburn 3H is a new well application from EOG. The Colburn 1H is an existing horizontal well. The horizontal well bores are roughly 1800 feet apart.. The Colburn 1H was originally drilled in 1999 so it is a older well by far and certainly never completed with todays tech
Sibley what kind of production coming off the old 1H well?
Sabine will provide a nice production bump this quarter. Not sure the JV is large enough to be a big driver long haul. Short term impact though will be large and Sabine may be why ZAZA needed money this last week. They are drilling ahead big time
EOG has the wells classified as tight holes and will not release info no will they allow ZAZA to release info. ZAZA can and must release overall production numbers, not individual well results, in their quarterly reports. Those up coming quarterly's are going to force EOG to tip their hand as to what is there
Monster is a great company but the stock is very very pricey right now. Does make one wonder about his agenda.
WLL and Triangle work. Whiting is a big user of Rockpile now. Caliber is located along the ND side of the Montana border where TPLM, WLL and KOG have extensive leases.
The services side of Triangle would make a very attractive add on to Whiting
Limit, that could also make Triangle a tempting morsel particularly when you throw in the gas processing side which is centered along the montana border right in the heart of Whiting, Kodiak and Triangle lands
G8, think Triangle, they have the completion crews and they have the gas gathering system to help fill out some big needs. Good partners come in many forms