Goodrich Completes 2 Horizontal Wells, Sees Combined Flow of 21.5 MMcf/d
Goodrich has announced well results in the Haynesville Shale and Angelina River Trend.
The Company has completed its initial horizontal Haynesville Shale well, the Chesapeake Energy Corporation-operated Holland 17H-1, which tested at a rate of approximately 14.5 MMcf per day on a 24/64 inch choke with 6,000 psi. The well, which was drilled to 16,200 feet, had a horizontal displacement of approximately 4,400 feet (3,800 feet cased), and is located in the Company's Bethany-Longstreet area in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.
Goodrich owns a 50% working interest in the well, Chesapeake owns 40% and Plains Exploration & Production Company owns 10%.
ANGELINA RIVER TREND
The Company has completed its Estes 2H (100% WI), a James Lime horizontal well on its Cotton South prospect area, which tested at 7.0 MMcf per day on a 35/64 inch choke with 1,500 psi.
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