Two Offsetting Wolfcamp Wells Completed In Lea County, N.M.

Drilling Activity Details


United States

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Shore Type
Well Name
#707H Heartthrob 17 State, #708H Heartthrob 17 State
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Drilling Activity Summary


Houston-based EOG Resources Inc. has completed two offsetting horizontal Wolfcamp wells from a drillpad in Section 17-24s-33e in the Delaware Basin in Lea County, N.M. The #707H Heartthrob 17 State flowed 2.869 Mbbl of 40-degree-gravity crude, 6.346 MMcf of gas and 3.981 Mbbl of water per day from perforations at 12,816-17,374 ft. It was tested on a 48/64-in. choke after 19-stage fracturing with a flowing casing pressure of 3,629 psi. It was drilled to 17,401 ft, 12,513 ft true vertical, and it bottomed to the north. The parallel #708H Heartthrob 17 State initially flowed 2.532 Mbbl of 40-degree-gravity oil, 5.538 MMcf of gas and 3.88 Mbbl of water per day. Production is from perforations at 12,792-17,541 ft. The well was drilled to 17,575 ft, 12,462 ft true vertical, and was tested after 16-stage fracturing. Gauged on a 48/64-in. choke, the flowing casing pressure was 3,436 psi.