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Super Laterals 13,000 Ft



Started February 10, 2017 at 03:19 pm by @ShaleForum.com in GoMarcellusShale

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02/10/17 03:19:16PM
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Pennsylvania-based Eclipse Resources plans to drill 11 what it calls super-lateral wells with horizontal laterals all exceeding 15,000 feet in the Utica Shale.

Three of those wells will be in the Utica dry gas area in eastern Ohio and eight will be in the Utica condensate area.

Eclipse Resources said it intends to spend $300 million on its 2017 capital budget.

That calls for drilling 19 net (22 gross) horizontal Utica wells and drilling and completion of 1.9 net (2.0 gross) Marcellus wells.

The wells drilled in 2017 will have an average lateral of 13,300 feet.

The company also said it has updated its Utica condensate and Utica rich gas type curves. That has increased EURs by 16% and 22%, respectively, the company said.

http://ir.eclipseresources.com/press-release/eclipse-resources-reports-proved-reserves-operational-and-financial-update

GotGas
02/10/17 04:14:36PM @gotgas:

Wow! 2.51 miles. Thanks for sharing this one.


Bobbie Farmer
02/10/17 04:32:54PM @bobbie-farmer:

Doing water testing in millwood twp.


Laura10
02/10/17 04:46:32PM @laura10:

And Oxford twp.


sherry2
02/10/17 09:03:27PM @sherry2:

Did they stop at your house Bobbie? We haven't seen them yet.


Bobbie Farmer
02/11/17 07:33:54AM @bobbie-farmer:

Yes right address wrong road...


bo  boboski
02/10/17 06:01:14PM @bo-boboski:

has anyone noticed any permits pulled for laterals that long.? I heard they were drilling 1st at the Scott,.or Yost. They did pull 4 permits for the Law recently. None of them 13000 ft. You'd think they would have to tell somebody before they drill those. County engineer? landowners?


Barry D
02/10/17 07:52:22PM @barry-d:

This shows the infancy of shale development . Companies are still researching what works best.

That's a good thing. Watch out once these companies figure this out.

The furture's so bright we'll all need to wear shades!


john goodday
02/10/17 09:26:26PM @john-goodday:

I think they figured it out - they just need gas prices to go from $2 to $5 - Technology is there - LNG is the real answer for displacing 10 - 20 BCF per day from various ports on a daily basis so that India, China, etc don't have to continue to burn coal.  Trump will help this to happen and true competition will take over.  Cheniere is the only facility down in Cameron Parish, La that's allowed to ship the gas - we need another 10-15 ports around the country to displace the abundant supply of Nat Gas that America has.


Keith Mauck
02/14/17 11:07:42AM @keith-mauck:
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bo  boboski
02/14/17 04:31:14PM @bo-boboski:

I think I heard one time that one of those long laterals will on the law wellpad.


boop
02/15/17 02:07:52PM @boop:
What part of Millwood Twp is the water testing going on ?
RAYMOND bAUMAN
02/15/17 04:44:36PM @raymond-bauman:

WE will need not just ports but processing plants to clean up the wet gas and yes pipelines to move the gas.  The environmental extremists have moved on from fighting permits and drilling to fighting gas and oil pipelines  as they know that the economic fight to keep pipelines from moving gas and depress the price of gas will allow the extremists the ability to have a national fight to keep it in the ground. They seem to be losing on the local level in fighting development. So if you have leases or wells  support pipelines or they will keep it in the ground and nobody makes money from gas or oil


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