Basin: Appalachian basin
Producing fm: Ordovician carbonates. Formations include Trenton, Stones River (Black River) and Knox
Trap type: Combination stratigraphic/structural. Bioclastic, fracture and solution collapse related reservoirs
Depth: Ranges from 800 – 2000 feet
Drilling method: Vertical wells drilled on air
Completion method: Typical well in area is open‐hole natural producer. Some wells acidized through packer systems.
Producing wells: 5 wells permitted, two drilled awaiting completion, three scheduled for drilling in Q4 2015
EUR: Analog wells from a few thousand bbls to over 200,000 bbls cumulative production
Infrastructure: Oil is trucked to nearby refineries
Acreage position: Approximately 240 acres – 100 HBP/140 three‐year term
Comments: Analog/offset production from shallow bioclastic reservoirs and fractured carbonates. High production/cumulative production from solution collapse reservoirs. Leases are targeting these reservoirs.