Friday, November 8, 2013

A Statoil Re-Entry Well In Alger Field?

Based on its name, this appears to be a re-entry well:
  • 26971, loc, Statoil, Ross-Alger 6-7 7TFH-R, Alger, Lot 4 31-156-92 Footages: 351 FSL 655 FWL
A similarly named well:
  • 26656, conf, Statoil, Ross-Alger 6-7 7TFH, Alger, Lot 4 31-156-92 Footages: 351 FSL 625 FWL
Based on the legal description, it looks like #26971, the R-A 6-7 7TFH-R will be about 30 feet to the east of #26656 (NDIC has not updated the GIS map server showing the new Statoil well):

#26656 is still on the confidential list so we can't see why / what is going on with that well yet. And, of course, I could be completely wrong. Maybe the "R" stands for something completely different; perhaps it stands for "right," as to the "right of the existing well." LOL.

The reason for the doubt, is generally a "re-entry" well is in the same location as the original well, the exact location. In this case, whatever "R" stands for, it is about 30 feet to the east. Whatever. Until it's sorted out, I will add it to the list of "re-entry wells."

By the way, the completed well in the graphic:
  • 22368, 1,697, Statoil, Ross-Alger 6-7 2TFH, Alger, 38 stages; 4 million lbs (sand/ceramic); t7/12; cum 92K 9/13;

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