12/22/14 Drilling Permit approved.
02/17/15 Blue Line Drilling scheduled to move on location March 1st
03/02/15 Blue Line drilling delayed due to severe winter weather the past several days.
03/12/15 Blue Line Drilling now moving on location next week weather permitting.
03/17/15 Blue Line Drilling moving on location and rigging up.
03/18/15 Drilling started, 168′ of 8 5/8 surface casing cremented in place at 10:15 PM
03/20/15 Depth drilled 1,100′ at 9 AM
03/21/15 Depth drilled 2,405′ at 9:50 AM
03/23/15 Depth drilled 4,065′ at 8:30 AM; King Sandstone 2,610′-2,630′; 500 units gas; 20% fluorescence; fair odor at pit and in sample. Top Palo Pinto Limestone 3,690′; 307 units gas; 40% fair fluorescence; good strong odor; 3,724′-3,732′; 496 units gas; 40% fair fluorescence; crushed oil cut; good strong odor. Capps Limestone 3,906′-3,916; 2,124 units gas; 40-50% fluorescence; crushed oil cut; instant blooming dry oil cut; fair odor at pit and shaker. Top Jennings Sandstone 4,158′; oil & gas shows 4,174-4,200′; 846-1,522 units gas; 50-60% fair fluorescence, slow milky wet oil cut better when crushed, instant dry oil cut; good strong odor. Gardner limestone 4,320′-4,380′ no shows. Gardner Sandstone 4,380′-4396′; 379 units gas; 20% fluorescence; slow streaming oil cut; fair odor. TD 4,500′ at 8:40 PM.
03/24/15 Pioneer Energy Services logged well; Logs indicate good potential for oil production in the Palo Pinto Limestone and Jennings Sandstone with additional but questionable potential in the Capps Limestone and King Sandstone.
03/25/15 Ran cemented 4,315′ of 5 1/2″ production casing.
04/04/15 Eagle Well Service arrived on location Tuesday 04/01/15 drilled out DV tool.
Jennings Sandstone was perforated and tested from 4,180.5′-4,184.5′ and treated with 300 gal 10% hydrochloric acid; Capps Limestone was perforated and tested from 3,913′-3,915′, 3,918′-3,920′,3,925′-3,928′ and treated with 750 gal hydrochloric acid. Both the Jennings and Capps tested noncommercial, Bridge plugs were set above each zone.
Friday 04/03/15 Palo Pinto Limestone was perforated from 3,689′-3,692, 3,723′-3,729′ and treated with 1,500 gallons of 15% hydrochloric acid. Oil cut started on 3rd swab run, oil increasing with each subsequent run with strong gas. Estimated fluid entry 5 BBLS per hour. Roustabouts set up Tanks and Separator.
Overnight shut-in well head pressure 160 psi, fluid 1,100′ from surface, 50% oil 50% treatment water. Ran pump and rods.
04/07/15 Pump jack delivered
04/22/15 Electricity connected well started pumping