EOG Returns to Louisiana Expanding Their Austin Chalk Exploration Plan


charlotte: GREAT info from the AWESOME Kirk Barrell and his Tuscaloosa Trend blog!! EOG has been pioneering “EOG-style high density completions” (including R&D), sand and water logistics AND 65 mobile apps for YEARS to become the “best unconventional operator in the U.S.” This article from Upstream (get the login!) has this to say about their Karnes County tests:

The Kilimanjaro 101H well, drilled on EOG’s core Eagle Ford position in Karnes County, flowed at a rate of 4171 barrels of oil per day and another 5.5 million cubic feet per day of natural gas during testing in June last year.

A follow-up well in Karnes County, the Fuji 101H, flowed at 5617 bopd and 7.4 MMcfd of natural gas during a 24-hour test.

HOLY COW!! GOOD LUCK REPLICATING THAT IN LOUISIANA!!!

Here’s the article:

EOG Resources has been making some extraordinary Austin Chalk completions in the Karnes Trough of South Texas. Under their service provider’s entity, Sentry Energy Services, LLC, they have filed a Louisiana Austin Chalk permit in North Bayou Jack Field…

All opinions are my own, and no relationship with any company in the article is implied. Read full article at the publisher’s site: EOG Returns to Louisiana Expanding Their Austin Chalk Exploration Plan

Photo of Helis Oil & Gas Eads-Poitevent No. 1 well at spud in St. Tammany Parish LA courtesy Greg Beuerman