Breitling-Willbern

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-Willbern well was drilled to a depth of approximately 4,500’.

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Project Information

State
Texas
County
Karnes County
Primary Formation
Yegua
Secondary Formations
N/A
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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