How does 9.2 mmcf/day compare with other wells in Potter, Tioga, Bradford, or Susquehanna? If I remember correctly, the top 10 producing NG wells in PA are around 20.2 mmcf/day (or better). What's the top producing well in Potter?
I agree. This year could be bang or bust. 9.2mmcf/day is good (not blockbuster, but good) but how long can it sustain (and how many other wells can hit that mark) are good questions. Either way, good news for Potter.
Was curious how 9.2MMcfd ranked for Potter county. Does anyone know if there have been any other Utica wells drilled that beat that?
That's the only Utica well in Potter County, so by definition it's #1. ;)
Concur. Perhaps a better term is "guarded optimism". Good news for Potter county in any event. Does anyone know how Tenaska's Utica "Science" well is going?
Update: March Production --- 353,148 mcf, actually went UP.
11.4 mmcf / day for 31 days, which is an increase of 1.6 mmcf / day from Feb. Well is currently tracking like a 10 BCF curve, if not slightly better. Most likely already passed the 1BCF mark in April.