Be mindful of the difference of "good" and "well." The former is an adjective; the latter, an adverb. CORRECT: The meeting was good. The conversation went well. CORRECT: My weekend was good. My golf game went well. INCORRECT: First-quarter earnings were good, but the analyst call did not go well. INCORRECT: The exploration well's results were good. CORRECT: The well tests went well. See the following web page for a refresher quiz: http://www.english-zone.com/grammar/gd-wll1.html. (Note: This is a series of blog reports about editing styles and rules as applied by Oil and Gas Investor magazine. The styles and rules do not always necessarily suggest using another style nor rule is grammatically incorrect.) Questions? Comments? I’m always glad to hear from you! –Nissa Darbonne, Executive Editor, Oil and Gas Investor, A&D Watch, Oil and Gas Investor This Week, www.OilandGasInvestor.com; ndarbonne@hartenergy.com