Breitling-Brown Billy #1

The trend was opened only in the late 1970s and 1980s because its sandstone fairways are for the most part separated from up dip sandstone-rich Yegua section (which has produced since the 1930s) by a “mid-dip” region where sandstones are scarce. The trend is also separated from overlying Frio and Vicksburg targets by over 1,000 ft of highly over pressured Jackson shale. The Breitling-Brown Billy #1 well was drilled to a depth of approximately 4,975’.
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Project Information

State
Texas
County
Live Oak County
Primary Formation
Yegua
Secondary Formations
Frio
Basic Formation Information
The trend was opened only in the late 1970s and 1980s because its sandstone fairways are for the most part separated from up dip sandstone-rich Yegua section (which has produced since the 1930s) by a “mid-dip” region where sandstones are scarce. The trend is also separated from overlying Frio and Vicksburg targets by over 1,000 ft of highly over pressured Jackson shale.

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