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Awesome Forest Oil Granite Wash Wells


Forest Oil has been getting some serious results from their Granite Wash program.  According to their operational updates they completed two wells in April 2010 that IP’ed at 45 MMcfepd and 24 MMcfepd.  They do not list the well names in their releases just the order in which they were announced.  So, some digging in Drillinginfo was necessary and the results are pretty impressive.  Here is a map of the 3Q2009 to present Forest Oil Granite Wash producing wells colored by maximum monthly gas produced.  Note the Frye Ranch and Luther Willis wells that are annotated.  They have serious liquids being produced and this does not even include the NGLs which they are stripping.

The April completions I referred to I believe are not being represented in this map because of the delay between completion announcements and when the data becomes public.  We at DI-ESP will be keeping an eye on the Forest Oil Granite Wash drilling program and will provide updates when the data is available.  In the meantime, check the Granite Wash Unconventional Update available to all DI users for operator updates, saved searches, well costs and more.

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Justin Birmingham

Justin Birmingham is a Research Analyst at Drillinginfo. He creates proprietary research studies, works with statistical models and manages datasets for the DI Analytics team. Justin earned his Bachelor of Science from Texas State University – San Marcos.