Go, Go Granite Wash! Forest’s Year End Earning Call

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Forest Oil Corporation recently announced results from its third and fourth operated horizontal Texas Panhandle Granite Wash wells. In December of 2009, the third operated horizontal well produced at a 24-hour production rate of 15.1 MMcf/d, 1,200 Bbls/d of oil and condensate and 2,400 Bbls/d of natural gas liquids, for an equivalent rate of 37 MMcfe/d. In January of 2010, the fourth operated horizontal well produced at a 24-hour production rate of 16.0 MMcf/d, 1,300 Bbls/d of oil and condensate and 2,200 Bbls/d of natural gas liquids, for an equivalent rate of 37 MMcfe/d. These wells were drilled and completed with horizontal legs of approximately 4,200 feet and nine to ten stages of fracture stimulation for an average total well cost of approximately $6.8 million.

This press release data and other operator well performance press release information can be found in DNA under the Granite Wash Play Project in the Performance Press Release Folder. In addition, this data is loaded into DI and attached to wells so you can view this data on a map and even do a histogram on the published IP’s and other data provided like frac stages.  There are 7 wells with IP’s reported over 20 Mmcf/d. (click on the map to enlarge)

Go, Go Granite Wash! Forest’s Year End Earning Call

Did you know that within DNA, our hardworking editors are listening to the top companies quarterly and annual conference calls and publishing the highlights from those calls?  Often operators divulge information during these calls that they do not publish otherwise. The highlights from Forest Oil’s 4th quarter and year end review can be found in the Granite Wash Play Project under the operator folder for Forest Oil.

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