Discussing the Eagle Ford, Pearsall and Permian plays
New at this, but I noticed EOG has a lot of tanks set up with pipeline going t well and gas flaring at the Lang 11H well close to our property in Wilson County. Does anyone have any idea of what's going on?
Would greatly appreciate info if available.
Hey, Jess. Long time, no see.
As to the Eastern Atascosa EOG Pearsall tests, much mystery still surrounds Lang 11H and BigHorn. However, the TxRRC map now shows the (vertical) Cape Buffalo as "plugged."
Cape Buffalo was the well with some oil production and I believe very high H2S (as per Ilene)
Thanks Mark for your opinion. James been pretty busy, but keep checking the Forum now and then thanks.
Farmalum, my Bro. said they had flared it about twenty four hours. Must be a lot off pressure there, who knows.
Thanks all for you welcome information.
I bet they are just blowing the well down to get the pressure off the wellhead - bet it was decreasing flare size over time on a small choke
This Lang 11H remains a mystery well. You ask questions about it and no body at EOG wants to talk about it.
Big mystery, it is intriguing. Quien Sabe.
New well being drilled, about 1/4 mile west of the Perdiz.
Have attached a map of the Perdiz / Lang area. These two wells are about 4 miles apart.
The map has API numbers listed - the other PDF is a list of these permitted wells (all EOG). Perdiz wells are at the 34624 number while Lang 11H is the 32626 number.
The new well may be the Coues 1H (34611), which reached TD January 1st. EOG also has other wells drilling on this map (e.g. 34710 Bufflehead 1H reached TD in late May).
Plus they have some EF production (note the Kestel well (see list) - part of a two well lease that has produced over 78,000 BO from the EF from October 2012 to March 2013
All this points to EOG still having major interest in this area. The Lang unit drilling will happen eventually (IMO).
Re: More Lang - Perdiz Area info
Attached are PDF's that deal with EOG EF production in the Lang 11H to Perdiz area. Note that they still are called Lang 11H "EF" which we all know is incorrect.
Perdiz wells appear pretty strong.
Also note that Kestrel and Chamois wells - initially listed separately and then lumped into same lease.
Re: Lang 11H area and East
Last posting on this - attached are PDF's showing EOG's EF production (still including the Lang 11H) running east and SE of the Lang unit).
Note several lease production situations.
Note that all this production info is on Tx RRC site (note these maps or graphs or listing - that is DrillingInfo.com).
Thanks a million for sharing your expensive information on EOG's activities in and around our area. I am sure all of us on the Lang Section appreciate the information.