Driller = PDC Energy
Well # 34-167-29721-0000, Lateral 1-H goes ? from the pad
2013-03-10 = ODNR Well # assigned
2013-03-09 = Engineer's Report
2013-03-10 = ?
Pad is located here:
Last update: Mar 10, 2013 (see bold)
How is it going here? tia
PDC announced 1530boe a day with 24/64 choke and lots of pressure,would be a lot more if allowed to flow. 54% liquids
20/64th choke to update what Ron posted.
On the Company's southern Utica acreage in Washington County, Ohio, PDC initiated production from its Garvin #1H well to a long-term midstream provider in mid-October. The well was rested for 60 days after completion operations were finished in mid-August. The Company began testing the well with a 12/64 choke for the first several days, increasing the choke size over the next four days to a 20/64 choke on the well's eighth day of production.
On the 20/64 choke over a 24-hour period, the well produced approximately 5.2 million cubic feet of natural gas and 183 barrels of condensate. PDC estimates natural gas liquids, assuming full ethane recovery, over the 24-hour period to be 655 barrels for a combined three-stream total of 1,530 Boe/d, consisting of 54% liquids.
The Garvin 1H, the Company's first Utica Shale well in Washington County, Ohio, continues to produce on a restricted choke. Gross production, after approximately thirty days of sales, averaged slightly over 100 barrels of condensate per day and nearly 4 million cubic feet per day of high-BTU gas. The Company is actively drilling two offset wells on the Garvin pad which are expected to be completed in early 2014.