Samson O&G advised that the fracture stimulation equipment is on location and rigged up on the Rodney #1-14 well. The stimulation job is expected to take approximately 4 days, during which the 16 stages will see a planned 2 million pounds of proppant placed.
The Rodney #1-14 well was drilled to a total measured depth of 17,222 feet and is Samson's fourth production well in the field.
Samson's fifth well, the Earl #1-13, is expected to be stimulated on March 28th, however this date might be displaced because of a competing well which is ahead in the frac schedule is likely to be delayed such that March 28th date is maintained.
The sixth well, the Everett #2-15 (previously referred so as the Harstad #2-15), which will be the final well to develop the Bakken Formation on a 640 acre spacing, has an expected spud date of May 1st.
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