We have tested some lower Supai zones and the Fort Apache in the #1. We found low BTU burnable gas with less than ½% helium concentration in the gas. We have tested the lower Corduroy in the Supai which looked good on the mud-log and open hole log. The well has been treated with 2,000 gal HCL. The Corduroy zone had a live show of condensate (pentane [C5H12] and heaver liquid gasses). The well tested high in CO2 and low in Helium, which could have been unbalanced by the chemical reaction of the treatment. The well has pressured up to 400psi, which is impressively nearly double the pressure of the Pinta Dome field. Because of the pressure and presence of condensate, BECI has ordered a pumping unit to produce the well for 30-60 days to see if the well cleans up and comes on hydrocarbon production and increased helium content.
Blackstone Rocking Chair #1 comp
05-05-2016: Moving up hole to shoot the Dolomite zones.
04-25-2016: Continuing to swab Fort Apache.
04-24-2016: Catching Gas Samples for Helium Analysis:
04-22-2016: Still swabbing Fort Apache.
04-18-2016: Completing and Testing Well. Working on the Lower Fort Apache before moving to the upper Supai.
RCR01 Half-Way Through Completion: Click Here for Video.
04-17-2016: RCR 01 Blowing Gas from the Fort Apache: Click for Video.
Still Completing: Gas Blowing-Video
04-11-2016 Completion Plan:
Perforate porosity streaks with 4 shots per foot:
03-08-2016: 3:00 AM:
Casing run, cement circulated to surface.
03-07-2016: 10:30 AM:
Casing on location. Getting ready to run in.
03-07-2016: AM: Running Logs:
Well drilled to a total depth of 2192. Conditioning Hole.
03-06-2016: 8:00 AM AZ Time:
Drilled to 1,657. Numerous hot (hydrocarbon) gas-kicks on the mudlogger, Cold kick, (inert-possible helium) observed as well. The offset, Adamana #1 recorded 23.6% oil saturation from cores at 1678-1741. Called to move long-string casing to location.
03-05-2016: 8:00 PM AZ Time:
Hole drilled to 1,028′, drilling ahead.
Circulating Cement around the Surface Casing, RCR01, March 02, 2016
Running Surface Casing in the Rocking Chair Ranch 01, March 02, 2016
Blackstone Exploration Company Inc., President, Carmon Decker Bonanno Inspecting the RCR 01 Drilling Operations
Blackstone drilling rig being assembled on our RCR 1 on its new 6’8″ steel I beam sub base 1-27-2016
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