Crimson Exploration provided an operations update on its Eagle Ford wells and is only days away from quantifying the success of Woodbine horizontal wells in Madison County.
In Madison and Grimes counties, TX, Crimson is actively pursuing a drilling program on our 17,500 net acre position that is prospective for the Woodbine, Lewisville and Georgetown formations, among others. The Mosley #1H (88.8% WI), our first horizontal well targeting the Woodbine formation, began flowback operations on March 9th. Initial rates have been very positive as we clean the well up on a smaller choke. The well was drilled to a total measured depth of 15,650 feet, including a 6,300 foot lateral, and was completed using 23 stages of fracture stimulation.
At present, we are also drilling two additional horizontal wells in Madison County. Lateral lengths in both wells will range between 6,000 – 7,000 feet with 20 – 25 stages of fracture stimulation. Production from these wells is expected to commence mid-second quarter.
The company also completed or is completing Eagle Ford wells in Dimmit, Karnes, and Zavala counties:
The Glasscock A #1H (95.5% WI), in Karnes County, TX targeting the Eagle Ford Shale, commenced production at a gross initial production rate of 726 Boepd, or 665 barrels of oil and 365 mcf, on a 13/64th choke and 2,743 psi of casing pressure. Results from prior wells have been reported on 16/64” chokes, and Crimson expects to maintain this well at current choke size to determine the benefit of more restricted rates on EUR in this field. At the end of February, the Glasscock B #1H (93.7% WI) well spud and is currently drilling in the lateral section at 11,687 feet. The B #1H will be drilled to a total measured depth of 15,375 feet, including a 4,350 foot lateral with 18 – 20 stages of fracture stimulation.
In Dimmit County, Texas, the Beeler #1 (50% WI) oil well commenced production in mid-February at a gross 24-hour initial rate of 370 Barrels of oil equivalent, or 337 barrels of oil and 195 thousand cubic feet of natural gas, on an 18/64th choke. The well was drilled to a total measured depth of 14,428 feet, including a 7,200 foot lateral, and was completed using 20 stages of fracture stimulation. The KM Ranch #2H (50% WI) well in Zavala County, our second well in that area, has been drilled to a total measured depth of 12,875 feet, including a 6,100 foot lateral, and is awaiting completion. The completion of that well will be delayed until flowback of the Beeler well and its results can be evaluated, and a determination can be made on whether any change in the completion/flowback recipe for the area should be implemented.
Read the full press release at crimsonexploration.com