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Horizontal Louisiana Chalk: quickly losing stealth play status

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03 April 2018

Horizontal Louisiana Chalk: quickly losing stealth play status

Report summary

US E&Ps appear to making a run at Louisiana Austin Chalk acreage again with industry leading play-opener EOG Resources pioneering the charge. EOG recently drilled the Eagles Ranch 14H in Avoyelles parish, Louisiana, the first modern fractured horizontal Austin Chalk well to date in Louisiana. Early well results signify a potential breakthrough in the play. A large 3D shoot is underway in southern Avoyelles and northern St. Landry parish that should be complete by the summer of 2018.

Table of contents

    • Progression to Louisiana
    • Subsurface breakdown
    • Who are the other players?
    • What to watch

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Horizontal Austin Chalk wells in Texas since 2008
  • Louisiana Austin Chalk Horizontal Activity
  • Summary of NUTECH's Austin Chalk reservoir study
  • Comparison Austin Chalk type curves
  • Austin Chalk Analogue Economics

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