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Monoco Petroleum, Inc. La Jolla Prospect McMullen County, Texas. May 2008. Release and Hold harmless :
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3-D seismic shows a seismic thickening & “pull down” of a 2nd peak in the upper Sligo section and in the prospect areapossibly indicating Ф development & HCs. This seismic anomaly is not seen in the other wells in the area.
shelf edge, atolls,
back reef, Bioherms & fore-reef
High Resolution Color Inversion Time Slice (not to scale)
Similarity of Modern Day Reef System to Carbonate Features of Previous Slide
La Jolla has SIGNIFICANT Reserve
This Feature Produced32 BCF
Across the perforated interval & within the anhydrite layered zone, Sw has a direct relationship to the porosity (Ф), such that in each flow unit, as Ф increases, Sw decreases.
This occurs where Sw is a function of pore type, and well above any gas-water interface. Ths is confirmed by a H20 free completion & several months of H20 free production.
Below the anhydrite layered zone, the lowest Sw occurs @16,700 ft in the highest Ф flow unit in the entire well. This is still in the free gas column – a separate accumulation below the anhydrite rich facies.
The base of the gas column may occur @ 16,730 ft where Ф remains in the 6-8% range but Sw registers 89%. This appears to be the top of the transition zone where both gas & H20 are mobile.
by Log Analysis
By Log Analysis
Amplitude Dim-out of More Porous Rocks
Stronger Amplitudes of Denser Rocks
La Jolla Acreage
Reservoir Thickness *
Wheeler #1 536 ac. (Green) 288 Ft.
La Jolla 844 ac.(Purple) 462 Ft.
(* Isopach T/ Sligo to Flat Spot)
Drill & Complete
17,000 Ft. Test Well
For Further Information
Contact David C. Montoya
Monoco Petroleum Inc.
(281) 358 - 5400