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Goodrich Petroleum announces Haynesville Shale well result, operational update and increased guidance

Published 14 June 2017

Goodrich Petroleum Corporation has announced the completion of its Wurtsbaugh 25&24 No. 1 (69% WI, 50% NRI) well in the Bethany-Longstreet field in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana.

The well, which was fracked with approximately 4,000 pounds of proppant per foot, has achieved a 24-hour peak rate to date of 31,000 Mcf per day from approximately 9,000 feet of lateral. 

The Company is expected to spud its next well, the Franks 25&24 No. 1 (estimated 69% WI, 50% NRI) the middle of July, with a planned lateral of approximately 10,000 feet, and plans to drill and complete two additional long lateral wells following the Franks 25&24 No. 1 later in the year.  

The Company also announces that it has leased approximately 600 net acres adjacent to its existing acreage in Red River Parish, Louisiana, which combined with its existing leasehold, will allow for five 10,000 foot laterals and one additional 4,600 foot lateral.  The Company will earn this acreage through the drilling and completion of wells, with no upfront cash consideration. The Company now owns rights to approximately 26,000 net acres in the Haynesville.   

Current production for the Company is approximately 50,000 Mcfe per day (up from 26,000 Mcfe per day average in the first quarter) and the Company has increased its fourth quarter of 2017 guidance to  an average of 55,000 – 60,000 Mcfe per day.



Source: Company Press Release