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Comment by Michael Stewart on June 28, 2013 at 10:44am

Statoil rigged up at 2 locations in Karnes this month, PXP Started 7, Pioneer 4, Petrohawk 3, Marathon 8, Geosouthern 1, EOG 5, and Burlington 3, all in June! Karnes is Popping Heavy and we are starting to get a lot of calls to service every week now. There is no sign of slowing down either! Word is that Halcon has their eye on several new locations in Karnes as well. Just a little skuttle butt from the field!

Comment by JohnL on June 29, 2013 at 1:21pm

Just got back this morning from Karnes County to check on the progress of my Wells they are done fracking the Mohr Moczygemba 2H,3H & 4H, and are installing wire, i was unable to talk to any one ,as they were all very busy, any idea what the timeline is till they go into production? fyi pipeline is in place as the 1H is allready flowing..I will send a Pic as soon as My computer stops updating

 

Comment by JohnL on June 29, 2013 at 5:07pm

This pic was taken Friday Morning 6/28/13 at the Mohr Moczygemba Unit

Comment by Frances Hawkins on September 10, 2013 at 6:34pm

Does anyone have any information about the Finkhouse Unit in Karnes County?  Production started toward the end of July but have not had any production figures since then.  I don't know how to get information as the landman hasn't been answering phone calls (he has a new baby and may be on leave).  Is there a web site where production figures are posted for individual wells?  Any iformation would be greatly appreciated.  Frances

Comment by Mark on September 10, 2013 at 6:44pm

The Tx RRC site will have production filings which should include this well. Operators normally should file by early in the month 0 July 2013 is the month that has been recently filed.

I checked the Finkhouse - produced 2247 BO & 1235 MCF for July 2013. Most of gas went to pipeline. No way of telling how many days this production covered.

Here is the Tx RRC production query site:

http://webapps.rrc.state.tx.us/PR/publicQueriesMainAction.do

Comment by Frances Hawkins on September 10, 2013 at 7:35pm

Mark, THANK YOU SO MUCH. 

Comment by Frances Hawkins on September 11, 2013 at 4:55pm

Mark, I went to the RRC site you mentioned above to see if I could get production figures for August but couldn't get any info because I don't know the RRC Identifier, District #, Operator #, etc.  Do you know how I can get these?  How were you able to get the production figures?  Frances

Comment by Mark on September 12, 2013 at 12:36am

First off, August production info will not be posted by operator to the Tx RRC site until early October - time lag on filings (if companies are on top of their filings) is about two months behind.

I was able to get the production info using the middle option on the production link to Tx RRC site that I posted.

This query option has a link to find "Operator number". You have to know the operator name (e.g. EOG for the Finkhouse) to find their respective 6 digit number.

As for District, you need to google "Texas RRC districts" to get a map showing counties vs. districts.

Karnes County is District 2.

Using the operator number and distict, you set the month (e.g. July) and year and click either "Oil and gas" or "Pending". This will give you list of wells for that operator in that category.

Finkhouse is in pending category. It will get switched to "O&G" sometime in the future.

When you get the listing, you will see RRC ID numbers for each well or lease.

You may want to go the main forum page and google Tx RRC to get links to some postings that go into a lot of detail on using that site.

Comment by Frances Hawkins on September 12, 2013 at 6:43pm

Thanks a lot, Mark!    Frances

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