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Gold/Mining/Energy : Big Dog's Boom Boom Room -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: JimisJim who wrote (199312)6/19/2019 6:42:18 PM
From: isopatch  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 204378
Thanks Jim. Between the two of us, we cover a lot the industry. Never been on an offshore platform. But am very thankful for the guidance, advice and active mentoring from onshore operators, geologists, engineers, and service people at all levels since the mid 1980s.

PTEN the big dawg drilling two nearby horizontal wells, AWA others in WV this Summer. Eye opening, for sure to see who made the cut into their starting lineup of associate and support contractors from all over their nationwide network.

A Superior subsidiary, and Stingray (closely associated with, and often directly supervised by, Baker Hughes managers on location R just 2 of a long list of subcontractor trucks of all sizes roaring by for months. 2nd well pad waiting on available to drill laterals into Marcellus and Utica shales. Til that work is done? Frac crews and equipment were redirected and rigged, up a few days ago, on 3rd PTEN drilled well. It's in Jane Leu, about 45 miles ENE of us Company rep told me that one has SIX laterals.

Two 400-600 acre Antero lease blocks which each include some of my mineral acreage, are about 10 to 14 miles due east. Expire in 11 months. Have no idea how many laterals they're contemplating. Of course, nothing is certain until they get into the formation and see if it's well consolidated or prone to caving.