EOG’s Moving Rigs West To Fowlerton Area?
It looks like some of the un-drilled acreage leased by EOG Resources in the western side of the Eagle Ford Shale may be next on the list to get drilled. Rather than let leases expire, the company indicated in a recent conference call that it will shift some of the rigs that are currently drilling in the more productive east toward the western side of the play. EOG has reported completing some “monster wells,” in the east, such as the Boothe #10H in Gonzales County. The Boothe #10H IP-ed at 4,820 barrels of oil per day and 7.5 MMcfd of rich gas. In EOG Resource’s most recent earnings conference call, dated August, 2, 2012, chairman Mark Papa indicated that the shift of rigs toward the west was primarily to hold acreage.
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Posted on August 4, 2012, in AMERICAS, Eagle Ford Shale, Natural Gas, North America, Oil, Oil & Gas - inland, United States and tagged Eagle Ford Formation, Eagle Ford Shale, energy, EOG, EOG Resources, oil, Oil and Gas. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on EOG’s Moving Rigs West To Fowlerton Area?.