Kansas

  • Mississippi Chert

    Formation: Mississippi Chert
    Formation Depth: 4696′
    Prior Production: None (new well)
    After Stimulation: 450 MCF/D

    A new well in Edwards County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Mississippi chert formation at a depth of 4696 feet. Gas production came in at 450 MCF/D after the GasGun stimulation and there was no water production. The operator was very pleased with the results and has since shot several more wells.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: NA
    Prior Production: None (new well)
    After Stimulation: 12 BOPD

    A new well in Ellsworth County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 6 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle dolomite formation. After the well was logged, the engineer recommended to the operator that it be plugged. The operator completed the well anyway and tried to do a 500 gallon acid treatment. They couldn’t get the formation to take the acid so they then decided to try the GasGun. After the GasGun, the operator was able to get the acid into the formation and production came in at 12 BOPD.

  • Viola Limestone

    Formation: Viola Limestone
    Formation Depth: 2453′
    Prior Production: 1 BOPD & 6 BWPD
    After Stimulation: 4 BOPD & 27 BWPD

    A well in Butler County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Viola limestone formation at a depth of 2453 feet. Oil production increased from 1 BOPD to 4 BOPD and water production increased from 6 BWPD to 27 BWPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 3608′
    Prior Production: 2 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 8 BOPD

    A new well in Barton County, Kansas, was stimulated with the GasGun. This well was completed open hole in the Arbuckle dolomite formation at a depth of 3608. Oil production increased from 2 BOPD to 8 BOPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite (new well)
    Formation Depth: 3485′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 15 BOPD

    A new well in Barton County, Kansas, was stimulated with the GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle dolomite formation. One interval at 3500 feet and another at 3485 feet were each stimulated with a 3 foot GasGun. The operator initially had plans to plug the well, but decided to try the GasGun as a last ditch attempt at bringing the well in. After shooting the GasGun the well came in a 15 BOPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 3369′
    Prior Production: 1-2 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 40 BOPD
    Sustained: 8 BOPD

    A well in Barber County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle dolomite formation at a depth of 3369 feet. Prior oil production was 1-2 BOPD. For a few days after the GasGun stimulation the well had some flush production at a rate of 40 BOPD. The well then leveled off at 8 BOPD.

  • Lansing-Kansas City Limestone

    Formation: Lansing-Kansas City Limestone
    Formation Depth: 3078′
    Prior Production: 4 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 13 BOPD
    After 2 months: 8.35 BOPD

    A well located in Osborne County, Kansas, was stimulated with an 8 foot GasGun. This is a cased hole completion in the Lansing-Kansas City limestone formation at a depth of 3078 feet. The well was producing approximately 4 BOPD prior to the GasGun shot. Immediately after the stimulation production increased to 13 BOPD and after two months settled in at 8.35 BOPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 2398′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD & 0 BWPD
    After Stimulation: 6 BOPD & 30 BWPD

    A well in Butler County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun. This is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle dolomite at a depth of 2398 feet. The well had a polymer treatment in the 80’s to shut off water production, but it unfortunately shut the oil production off as well. After the GasGun stimulation, production came in at 6 BOPD and 30 BWPD. The operator was very pleased with this result.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 2337′
    Prior Production: None (New well)
    After Stimulation: 25 BOPD
    Sustained: 15 BOPD

    A new well in Butler County, Kansas, was stimulated with an 8 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle dolomite formation at a depth of 2337 feet. Immediately after the stimulation production came in at 25 BOPD and quickly leveled of at 15 BOPD. One month later the well was still producing 15 BOPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 2 wells at 2370′
    Prior Production: 2 BOPD in each
    After Stimulation: 7 BOPD in each

    Two wells in Butler County, Kansas, were stimulated with the GasGun. These wells, located in the same field, were both completed open hole in the Arbuckle dolomite formation. The first well was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun at a depth of 2377 feet. The second well was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun at a depth of 2364 feet. After the GasGun stimulations, production in each well rose from 2 to 7 BOPD.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle dolomite
    Formation Depth: 3433′
    Prior Production: 1 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 6 BOPD
    Sustained: 6 BOPD

    A well in Barton County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 6 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Arbuckle formation at a depth of 3433 feet. In similar wells, acid treatments were frequently unsuccessful; excess pressure would invariably break into water. Production went from 1 to 6 BOPD after the GasGun treatment. This operator has successfully treated numerous other Arbuckle wells with the GasGun and has achieved consistent results.

  • Mississippi Chert

    Formation: Mississippi Chert
    Formation Depth: 4274′
    Prior Production: 1.7 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 17 BOPD
    After 2 weeks: 17 BOPD

    A well in Hodgeman County, Kansas, was stimulated with a 6 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Mississippi formation at a depth of 4274 feet. Production went from 1.7 to 17 BOPD after the GasGun treatment. This operator has successfully treated several other Mississippi chert wells with the GasGun and has achieved consistent results.

  • Arbuckle Dolomite

    Formation: Arbuckle Dolomite
    Formation Depth: 3 wells at 2390′
    Prior Production: 8.7 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 30 BOPD
    Sustained: 30 BOPD

    Three oil wells in Butler County, Kansas, were stimulated with GasGun tools of various sizes. These wells are both cased and open hole completions in tight sections of the Arbuckle formation at depths of approximately 2390 feet. In similar wells, acid treatments were frequently unsuccessful; excess pressure would invariably break into water. After the GasGun stimulations, low-pressure acid treatments were successful. Over a period of two months, the combined production of the three wells rose from 8.7 to 30 BOPD.

  • Tarkio Limestone

    Formation: Tarkio Limestone
    Formation Depth: 2385′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 5 BOPD & Gas

    A well in Russell County, Kansas, was stimulated with two 4-foot GasGuns. This well is a cased hole completion in the Tarkio formation at a depth of 2385 feet. The GasGuns were successfully shot on top of a bridge plug. Production went from 0 to 5 BOPD and was making lots of gas. Unfortunately the gas cannot be sold due to the lack of a distribution line.