EOG Resouces is finding well results are “similar” across its entire acreage position that stretches from Lavaca County all the way down to La Salle County. That’s promising for mineral owners and other industry participants alike. EOG now has 22 rigs drilling in play and that’s up from 10 at the beginning of the year. The company also has acreage in Webb County, but is directing drilling to its liquids rich acreage.
“We are finding that well results across our 535,000 net acre position in the Eagle Ford oil window are remarkably similar. The wealth of drilling, completion and production data at our fingertips is reflected in the steadily rising momentum of our operations and success in achieving more predictable results,” Papa said.
Read the full press release at EOGResources.com
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