Summary of Field Data
Twp 29 S / Rge 41 W, Stanton County, Kansas
Lower Morrow (Keyes)
Mississippian (St. Louis)
April 12, 1990, Lower Morrow
June 23, 1992, Mississippian
J.M. Huber Corporation
Hugoton Embayment of Anadarko Basin
Quaternary Loess, Miocene Ogalla
2D Seismic Survey and Subsurface Geology
Combination, channel scour with subsequent anticlinal folding
Lower Morrow, sandstone, 0 to 60 ft.
Mississippian, carbonate, 0 to 12 ft.
Lower Morrow, upward coarsening shoreface deposits
Mississippian, subtidal nearshore ooolite shoal
Oldest Horizon Penetrated:
Proven Productive Area:
Net Pay max/ave:
Lower Morrow, 60 ft. / 30 ft.
Mississippian, 12 ft. / 12 ft.
Lower Morrow, 20% / 14%
Mississippian, 18% / 14%
Lower Morrow, unknown
Initial Field Pressure:
Lower Morrow, 1,434 psia, Dst Final Shut-in, Kendrick 14-1
Mississippian, 1,475 psia, Dst Final Shut-in, Fretz 16-1
Lower Morrow, 125 degrees F
Mississippian, 127 degrees F
Lower Morrow, Gas Expansion
Mississippian, Dissolved Gas and Water
Produced Fluid Contacts:
Lower Morrow, Gas/OIl: (Variable), Oil/Water: (Variable)
Mississippian, Oil/Water: (-2203)
Dual Induction - SFL, Spontaneous Potential, Gamma Ray
Compensated Neuton, LithoDensity
Long Spaced Sonic
Conductor Casing: 20 in. set in 30 in. hole at 50 ft. with 4 cubic yards of Redi-Mix
Surface Casing: 8.625 in set in 12.25 in. hole at 1650 ft. with 550 sacks of Poz "C"
Production Casing: 5.5 in. set in 7.875 in. hole at 5800 ft. two-staged through DV tool with 1200 sacks of Poz "H"
Drilling Fluid Practice:
Water based gel to displacement point at 3600 ft.
Chemical Gel to rotary total depth
Lower Morrow: acidize with 1500 gals. of 7.5% Fe HCL containing additives
Lower Morrow: fracture with 28,000 gals. of CO2 foam and 27,000 lbs. of 20/40 sand
Mississippian: acidize with 1500 gals. of 15% Fe HCL containing additives
KGS Online Bibliography
Kansas Geological Survey
, Digital Petroleum Atlas
Updated Nov. 1, 1995
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