Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 22 – Feb. 28

first_img Local NewsBusiness Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 22 – Feb. 28 Pinterest Pinterest WhatsApp Upside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSummer Spaghetti SaladPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay By admin – March 4, 2018 Permit applications approved by the Texas Railroad Commission for Feb. 22 through Feb. 28 for Districts 7C, 8 and 8A. Numbers in parentheses indicate the number of permits approved for that leasehold.Abraxas Petroleum Corporation, Mesquite 37, Ward, new drill (2).Ajax Resources, LLC, Vineyard HZ B Unit, Martin, new drill (2).Anadarko E&P Onshore LLC, Bullhead State 55-1-45 Unit B, Loving, new drill; Cottonwood 55-1-14 Unit, Loving, new drill; Roca 34-159 Unit, Ward, new drill; University 19-7 B, Loving, new drill.Apache Corporation, Palm Unit, Reeves, new drill; Spruce State, Reeves, new drill (2); Schrock, W.M. 2326, Midland, new drill.Approach Operating, LLC, University 42, Crockett, new drill (2).BHP Billiton Petroleum (TxLa Operating) Co., East Bluff 57-T1-34, Reeves, new drill.Bluestone Natural Resources II, LLC, Paisano Pete SWD, Pecos, new drill.Bold Operating, LLC, Malone Kile Unit 2-3, Reagan, new drill.Boyd & McWilliams Operating, LLC, Southern Union SWD, Winkler, reenter.Callon Petroleum Operating Co., Rendezvous A1, Ward, new drill; Rag Run A1, Ward, new drill; Rag Run A2, Ward, new drill; Rag Run A3, Ward, new drill; Rag Run A4, Ward, new drill; Gibson Unit A-A1 28-21, Howard, new drill.Capitan Energy, Inc., J.S. Blair Fee 2, Reeves, new drill.Caprock Field Services, LLC, Nokota, Reeves, new drill.Carrizo Permian, LLC, Zeman-State (alloc E 4042), Reeves, new drill; Zeman 40 (alloc C), Reeves, new drill; Zeman 40 (alloc D), Reeves, new drill; Sandhu State 14, Reeves, new drill.Centennial Resource Production, LLC, Red Rock A Unit, Reeves, new drill (2); C.H. Knight, Reeves, new drill; Gibson L, Reeves, new drill (2); Big House D, Reeves, new drill; Big House E, Reeves, new drill; Big House F, Reeves, new drill.Champion Lone Star Operating, LLC, CLS Walton State, Winkler, new drill.Chevron U.S.A., Inc., GBG 41/38 Unit, Midland, new drill (6); Hay Aria 03/46, Culberson, new drill; Scharbauer, C., Midland, new drill.Cimarex Energy Co., California Chrome 39 State Unit, Culberson, new drill; Effie Ponder Est. 33-18, Ward, new drill.CrownQuest Operating, LLC, Come-Thou-Fount 2223A, Howard, new drill; Come-Thou-Fount 2223B, Howard, new drill; Colt 45, Glasscock, new drill (2).DBM Water Services, LLC, APC 54-5-1, Reeves, new drill.Diamondback E&P, LLC, Neal Lethco A 16-15, Pecos, new drill; ASRO 13 Unit, Howard, new drill (4); ST, Midland, new drill.Elevation Resources, LLC, UL G 1-28 Unit, Andrews, new drill.Encana Oil & Gas USA, Inc., HN 249G, Martin, new drill (4).Endeavor Energy Resources, LP, Bankhead 4-33 Unit 2, Midland, new drill (2); Rio San Marcos 36-45 Unit 1, Midland, new drill; Phillips 33, Martin, recompletion; Sawyer 46, Martin, recompletion; Riggan 39, Martin, recompletion (2); Mabee 25, Midland, recompletion; Parks 19, Midland, recompletion; Tunnell 12, Martin, recompletion; Smith 14, Martin, recompletion; Voliva 35, Midland, recompletion; Welch 25, Martin, recompletion (2).Energen Resources Corporation, Moore SN 47-38 04, Glasscock, new drill; LB Epley NS 39-46 07, Midland, new drill.EOG Resources, Inc., Rustler C Unit, Loving, new drill; Rustler D Unit, Loving, new drill; Goodnight Unit, Loving, new drill.EXL Petroleum Operating, Inc., TY Ranch, Martin, new drill.Fasken Oil and Ranch, Ltd., Fee BN, Andrews, new drill; Fee BJ, Ector, new drill (6).Felix Energy Holdings II, LLC, UL Mill 3427-21, Winkler, new drill.Felix Water, LLC, Spanish Dagger 30-27, Winkler, new drill; University 7-17, Ward, new drill; University 2-17, Ward, new drill; University 15-17, Ward, new drill; University 42-18, Ward, new drill; University 34-16, Ward, new drill.Fivestones Energy, LLC, University A, Andrews, recompletion.Foreland Operating, LLC, Munson C, Irion, new drill.Four Corners Petroleum II, LLC, G.W. O’Brien, et al, Ward, new drill (3).Guidon Energy Management Services, LLC, Margaret M4 (alloc-1SH), Martin, new drill; Margaret M4 (alloc-2SH), Martin, new drill (2).Halcon Operating Co., Inc., Sealy Ranch, Winkler, new drill (2).Harmonia Pet Operations, LLC, Griffin South 21, Howard, new drill.Hillstone Daco Permian, LLC, Pincushion 14, Loving, new drill.Hunt Oil Company, Harris-Cook 50, Glasscock, new drill (2).Jagged Peak Energy, LLC, State Eiland 6047A-34, Ward, new drill; Eiland 6047B-34, Ward, new drill.JM Cox Resources, LP, Owens J, Upton, new drill.Lario Oil & Gas Company, Steuben 3, Martin, new drill.Mammoth Exploration, LLC, Hudson, Cochran, new drill (2).Matador Production Company, Toot D 17-TTT-C24 NL, Loving, new drill.MDC Texas Operator, LLC, Citation 14, Reeves, new drill.Mesquite SWD, Inc., VJ SWD, Loving, new drill (3).NBL Permian, LLC, Carolina Reaper State 12-1 A, Reeves, new drill.Occidental Permian, Ltd., Wasson North Clearfork Unit, Yoakum, new drill (6); Hat Trick, Yoakum, new drill; Collett, Eugenia, Gaines, recompletion (2).Paladin Petroleum III, LLC, K.D. 24 SWD, Winkler, new drill.Parsley Energy Operations, LLC, Redbud State Unit, Pecos, new drill; Strain Ranch 13Bb-24B-A, Martin, new drill; Strain Ranch 13b-24b-B, Martin, new drill; Pecan State Unit, Pecos, new drill; Currie 41-44-F, Glasscock, new drill (2); John Denny 41-44-F, Midland, new drill (2).PDC Permian, Inc., HSS State 45-17×8, Culberson, new drill.Permian Deep Rock Oil Co., LLC, Charger, Midland, new drill.Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., Texas Ten Y PU, Midland, new drill (6).Primexx Operating Corporation, Bell-Capps Unit 214, Reeves, new drill.QEP Energy Company, Hall 37-0405 AL 1, Martin, new drill; Hall 37-0405 AL 4, Martin, new drill.Radius Water Resources, LLC, N. Aermotor C25-5 SWD, Loving, new drill; N. Aermotor C25-6 SWD, Loving, new drill; N. Aermotor C25-8 SWD, Loving, new drill.Resolute Natural Resources Co., LLC, South Mitre 2 Unit, Reeves, new drill (6); Sandlot State, Reeves, new drill (2).RGX Energy, LLC, Jackson Unit, Gaines, new drill.RKI Exploration & Production, LLC, Tasha 17-20A, Reeves, new drill.Rosehill Operating Company, LLC, Weber 26, Loving, new drill (4); Z&T 20, Loving, new drill.RSP Permian, LLC, Brunson E 805, Loving, new drill; Brunson E 806, Loving, new drill.SEM Operating Company, LLC, University 9, Reagan, new drill (2); University 9C, Reagan, new drill.Sharp Image Energy, Inc., North Tonto 391 #4, Scurry, reclass.Shell Western E&P, Geller 54-2-37 Lov Unit, Loving, new drill.Silver Oil & Gas, Inc., Edmiston 172, Schleicher, recompletion.SM Energy Company, Zissou, Howard, new drill; Marion RavenwoodA, Howard, new drill; Maximus A, Howard, new drill; Maximus B, Howard, new drill; Merlin G, Howard, new drill.Steward Energy II, LLC, Kimber 434, Yoakum, new drill.Surge Operating, LLC, Leviathan Unit B 29-20, Borden, new drill; Middleton Unit A 47-38, Howard, new drill (2); Stanley Unit 48-01, Howard, new drill.Three R Oil Company, Post-Montgomery D, Garza, reenter.Three Rivers Operating Co. III, LLC, Wise West State, Culberson, new drill.Trilogy Operating, Inc., Sydney, Glasscock, recompletion.VX Operating, LLC, Thornburg, Schleicher, new drill.Windy Cove Energy II, LLC, Susie, Yoakum, new drill; Sapphire, Cochran, new drill.Wishbone Texas Operating Co., LLC, Hullabaloo 648, Yoakum, new drill; Gig’em 343, Yoakum, new drill.XTO Energy, Inc., Fullerton Clearfork Unit, Andrews, new drill; TXL 35 Unit 1, Midland, new drill.>> RAILROAD COMMISSION Twitter Facebook Congressman Mike Conaway talks to the Odessa American on Jan. 7, 2018.center_img WhatsApp Octopus Energy U.S. to Discount Customers’ Bills by as Much as 90% Twitter Previous articleGEEK: Apple devices connecting to wireless printer instead of routerNext articleHART: Trump: The mule Washington cannot tell what to do admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rattler Midstream: 4Q Earnings Snapshot Facebook Snap Inc. to Participate in the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference 2021 Home Local News Business Permian Basin Drilling Report: Feb. 22 – Feb. 28last_img read more

Discipline And Dedication: Keys To Excellence

first_imgBy Dialogo October 01, 2011 Lieutenant Junior Grade Roberto Ríos Seguel of the Chilean Navy was one of the first rescue workers to descend into the San Jose mine to aid 33 miners trapped for more than two months in 2010. The eyes of the world watched the plight of “the 33,” as medical and military personnel went underground to rescue them. Diálogo spoke with Lt. j.g. Roberto Ríos Seguel about what it meant to be part of the largest rescue operation in the history of mining. On August 5, 2010, a tunnel collapsed in the San Jose copper mine, located in the Atacama region of northern Chile, causing a landslide that buried 33 miners more than 600 meters underground. It would be 69 days before they were all above ground again. Days passed before the rescue team could even begin the mission, but Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel was ready when duty called. “As of today, I’ve been in the Navy for almost 20 years, more than half my life, training to defend my country in case of need, and I was ready to do something for it,” he said. “I swore to give my life for my country … the miners were my country at that moment.” Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel began his military education at the age of 15 at the School for Naval Recruits. He continued with a course in tactical diving at the School for Sailor Candidates, where he strengthened his values and ideals. He complemented this training with medical courses in nursing and anesthesia clinical support and more specialized courses, such as pre-hospital trauma life support and combat casualties care, distinguishing himself from his peers and later becoming an instructor. No efforts or resources were spared in preparing for the rescue mission. Human-size steel capsules were specially made to lower into the mine to rescue one worker at a time. Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel stressed that the tunnel and the capsules were very narrow but well-made by the Chilean Navy’s shipyards and arsenals. “The capsules had good mechanics, were well thought out, and the idea of the upper and lower wheels, among other things, was phenomenal, since they adapted to any surface,” he emphasized. Lieutenant junior grade Roberto Ríos Seguel, a Chilean Navy officer with medical training and trauma experience in unconventional locations, was selected to be part of the rescue group that would descend to the depths of the mine and rescue “the 33.” “No one knew for sure what kind of situation we were going to find there, and as I always say, we were preparing for the worst, hoping for the best,” said Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel. “It’s very difficult to summarize the rescue in a few lines,” he said, recalling the event that attracted unprecedented worldwide media attention. It culminated on October 13, when the last of the 33 miners reached the surface. “I was very much motivated by the leadership ability and teamwork demonstrated by the naval officers and seamen who made up the 33 Naval Task Force,” he said, referring to the team assigned to carry out the rescue. Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel followed the first rescue worker into the mine to begin the difficult task of monitoring the injured during the rescue. His main task was to check the miners’ blood pressure and circulation as the men were hoisted to the surface. He said it “was not an easy task, due to the distances that had to be covered inside the mine, the high temperatures and the humidity, which did not fall below 32° C and 90 percent, respectively.” In the first 50 meters of his descent, Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel was already completely soaked. “I was sweating a whole lot, and the water was visible when it ran along the tunnel walls,” he remembered. As members of the rescue team arrived at the miners’ chamber, they immediately provided nursing care and continued until all the miners were safely back on the surface. When Diálogo spoke with Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel about his participation in the rescue, he recalled transcendental moments: “When the capsule began to descend, my anxiety was transformed into tranquility and absolute happiness, because I knew that now it was time to fulfill the task we had been given.” What stood out in his mind, however, was the happiness on the face of the son of Florencio Ávalos – the first miner to be rescued. “It was a very strong and motivational feeling. His face showed everything: anguish, happiness, impatience … it was a mix of feelings, difficult to express,” he recalled. After a pause, he added, “All of that meant that risking my life by descending into the depths of the mine was absolutely worth it.” After almost 24 hours underground and practically 48 hours without sleep, Lt. j.g. Ríos Seguel was able to return to the surface with his team. With the satisfaction of a duty fulfilled and great happiness, he said, “Mission accomplished, Chile.”last_img read more