I heard today that the Devon rig will arrive at the Sensibaugh well on Thursday. There have been a lot of trucks in the village with Texas and Oklahoma license plates. I would image the rig will then head up the road(3 miles) to the Harstine well. Harstine well will be a piece of cake to get ready compared to Sensibaughs. Its in a fairly flat area about 100 yards off the road. Core results on the Harstine well show the Point Pleasnt at 144' thick per ODNR.
Jodi, They're also clearing the ROW lines near or thru Malabar Farms upsetting alot of people in the area. Maybe they are setting up for something big. Wonder if somethings up?
The permeability that they (Devon) have reported from a core in Knox looked off-the-charts good. This is likely what's driving the frenzy.
Hi everyone, I'm new and green as they come so please bare with me. I am having trouble with the Analyst report on the Harstine well as I heard they are going to make it an injection well. Just what I heard, cannot confirm and don't know how to check it on ODNR. I am trying to learn as much as I can and appreciate all of your posts. Any insight as to why they might be doing this if they are would be appreciated. Thanks
Jodi, I'm in the industry. Sorry I cannot be more specific. The permeability data came from Devon's Analyst Day that they held on April 4th. Typical permeability in the Eagle Ford tops out at 1.5 microdarcy. The Harstine well core showed perm above 30 microdarcy. That's better than the Bakken. What it means is that the small oil molecules have a bigger space to flow through (porosity) and for a longer distance (permeability). That's great news for Licking county.
Jodi how does that compare with thickness projections by the state?
TY Jodi for the info, this should should be interesting. Your doing a good job with info !
can you guide me where you can see the core data?
Jodi, help me reconcile the 144' core thickness with the ODNR maps that show a 150' line running smack dab thru the village of Utica. I fully admit my lack of knowledge in O&G matters!