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Drilling Permits

Freestone County

5 miles SE. of Teague, Texas

Freestone (Travis Peak) Field

XTO Energy Inc. has a recompletion permit for its Knight ?A? II Gas Unit Lease, Well No. 4 (API No. 42-161-33997), a vertical well --- 6,947? FNEL & 7,045? FSEL of the G. Luna Survey, Abstract 18, 13,193? total depth, 704 acre lease

Freestone County

4.5 miles SE. of Teague, Texas

Teague Field Area

XTO Energy Inc. has a recompletion permit for its Cosson Gas Unit Lease, Well No. 23 (API No. 42-161-34431), a vertical well --- 1,747? FSWL & 4,320? FNWL of the J. Lawrence Survey, Abstract 364, 11,775? total depth, 617.43 acre lease

Freestone County

1.5 miles SE. of Donie, Texas

Bear Grass Field Area

XTO Energy Inc. has a recompletion permit for its Hugh D. Whitaker Gas Unit II Lease, Well No. 6 (API No. 42-161-33913), a vertical well --- 487? FSWL & 1,175? FNWL of the G. Diaz Survey, Abstract 178, 14,439? total depth, 352 acre lease

Limestone County

14.7 miles SE. of Groesbeck, Texas

Farrar, SE (Pettit) Field

XTO Energy Inc. has a recompletion permit for its Lyons Gas Unit No. 1 Lease, Well No. 5 (API No. 42-293-31298), a vertical well --- 16,466? FNEL & 3,712? FSEL of the J.L. Chavert Survey, Abstract 4, 8,820? total depth, 700 acre lease

Limestone County

16 miles SE. of Groesbeck, Texas

Farrar, SE (Pettit) Field

XTO Energy Inc. has a recompletion permit for its Perlitz Gas Unit No. 1 Lease, Well No. 4 (API No. 42-293-31116), a vertical well --- 11,220? FNWL & 7,610? FNEL of the M.C. Rejon Survey, Abstract 26, 9,616? total depth, 687.66 acre lease

Oil Well Completions:

None for this Week

Gas Well Completions

Freestone County

1.85 miles NW. of Donie, Texas

Freestone (CV-Bossier Cons.) Field

Valence Operating Company has completed its Worthy Gas Unit Lease, Well No. 23 (API No. 42-161-34799), a new vertical well completed 9-1-2012 --- 255? FSWL & 2,115? FSEL of the A. McWhorter Survey, Abstract 430, 12,460? total depth, 11,690?-12,238? producing interval, 640 acre lease

***** 24 HR. POTENTIAL TEST *****

DATE OF TEST 10-16-2012

3,292,000 cubic feet of gas per day, no condensate, 62 barrels of water per day, 48/64? choke, 815 psia flowing pressure, 4,665 psia shut-in wellhead pressure, 0.589 gravity gas, fracture stimulated with 404,340 pounds of sand

Freestone County

3.1 miles NW. of Donie, Texas

Freestone (CV-Bossier Cons.) Field

XTO Energy Inc. has completed its C.A. Newsom Estate Lease, Well No. 42 (API No. 42-161-34798), a new directional well completed 9-28-2012 --- 1,173? FNEL & 1,195? FNWL of the J. Newsom Survey, Abstract 480, 12,982? total depth, 10,688?-12,794? producing interval, 703.50 acre lease

***** 24 HR. POTENTIAL TEST *****

DATE OF TEST 10-18-2012

1,155,000 cubic feet of gas per day, no condensate, 408 barrels of water per day, 20/64? choke, 1,020 psia flowing pressure, 1,400 psia shut-in wellhead pressure, 0.612 gravity gas, fracture stimulated with 809,620 pounds of sand

Leon County

14.2 miles NW. of Centerville, Texas

Bear Grass (Travis Peak) Field

BRG Lone Star Ltd has completed its Ericson Gas Unit Lease, Well No. 4 (API No. 42-289-31964), a new vertical well completed 3-27-2012 --- 1,885? FSWL & 3,375? FNWL of the H. Cartmell Survey, Abstract 163, 10,305? total depth, 9,954?-10,148? producing interval, 660.03 acre lease

***** 24 HR. POTENTIAL TEST *****

DATE OF TEST 3-29-2012

30,000 cubic feet of gas per day, no condensate, 4 barrels of water per day, 16/64? choke, 120 psia flowing pressure, 3,750 psia shut-in wellhead pressure, 0.62 gravity gas, natural completion

Limestone County

4 miles ESE of Groesbeck, Texas

Box Church (Pettit) Field

SM Energy Company has completed its White Lease, Well No. 9 (API No. 42-293-31222), a recompletion on 10-16-2012 from the Box Church (Travis Peak) Field --- 5,950? FSL & 25,600? FSWL of the Juan N. Acosta Survey, Abstract 1, 8,350? total depth, 6,670?-6,735? producing interval, 704.28 acre lease

***** 24 HR. POTENTIAL TEST *****

DATE OF TEST 10-16-2012

782,000 cubic feet of gas per day, 15 barrels of condensate per day, 20 barrels of water per day, 13/64? choke, 415 psia flowing pressure, 1,115 psia shut-in wellhead pressure, 0.692 gravity gas, 55.8 degree API condensate, stimulated with 2,400 gallons of acid

TEAGUE - The Teague Lady Lions will host the second Lady Lion Varsity Invitational Tournament utilizing the two gyms at the high school complex with play beginning on Thursday, November 29 and concluding on Saturday, December 1.

The tournament will feature a healthy mix of potential playoff teams ranging from Class 1A to Class 3A with eight games scheduled for Thursday and Friday and another 12 games slated for the final day of play on Saturday. Tip-off times for Thursday and Friday are set for 2:00 pm in both gyms while play gets underway at 9:00 am on Saturday.

Schools entered in this year?s tournament and their 2011-12 season records are from Class 1A: Bremond (6-19), Grapeland (n/a), Hubbard (8-18), Leon (21-8), Mart (11-14), Snook (28-10) and Wortham (24-9) while Class 2A is represented by Crockett (n/a), Elkhart (2-16), Franklin (23-12), Grandview (28-4), Palestine Westwood (6-20) and Teague (17-13). Class 3A schools appearing in the tournament are College Station (0-0), Groesbeck (8-21) and West (23-10).

Crockett, Franklin, Grapeland, Leon, Snook, West and Wortham were all playoff teams a year ago in their respective classifications and expect to be in the 2013 post season again this season. College Station is a new school in Class 3A and thus playing their first year of UIL competition.

First action in the tournament at 2:00 pm on Thursday finds Teague going against Elkhart and Wortham vs. Groesbeck followed by West vs. Crockett and Leon vs. College Station with both of the latter games slated for 3:30 pm tip-offs.

Later play on Thursday shows Grandview playing Mart and Snook vs. Grapeland at 5:00 pm with the last two games of the evening featuring Westwood vs. Hubbard and Franklin vs. Bremond at 6:30 pm.

Friday?s play will continue with game times the same as the previous day: 2:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm.

Although all of the above schools have been confirmed for the tournament, some of the game times could possibly be changed due to several of the schools still being in the football playoffs.

TEAGUE - The Teague Lady Lions will host the second Lady Lion Varsity Invitational Tournament utilizing the two gyms at the high school complex with play beginning on Thursday, November 29 and concluding on Saturday, December 1.

The tournament will feature a healthy mix of potential playoff teams ranging from Class 1A to Class 3A with eight games scheduled for Thursday and Friday and another 12 games slated for the final day of play on Saturday. Tip-off times for Thursday and Friday are set for 2:00 pm in both gyms while play gets underway at 9:00 am on Saturday.

Schools entered in this year?s tournament and their 2011-12 season records are from Class 1A: Bremond (6-19), Grapeland (n/a), Hubbard (8-18), Leon (21-8), Mart (11-14), Snook (28-10) and Wortham (24-9) while Class 2A is represented by Crockett (n/a), Elkhart (2-16), Franklin (23-12), Grandview (28-4), Palestine Westwood (6-20) and Teague (17-13). Class 3A schools appearing in the tournament are College Station (0-0), Groesbeck (8-21) and West (23-10).

Crockett, Franklin, Grapeland, Leon, Snook, West and Wortham were all playoff teams a year ago in their respective classifications and expect to be in the 2013 post season again this season. College Station is a new school in Class 3A and thus playing their first year of UIL competition.

First action in the tournament at 2:00 pm on Thursday finds Teague going against Elkhart and Wortham vs. Groesbeck followed by West vs. Crockett and Leon vs. College Station with both of the latter games slated for 3:30 pm tip-offs.

Later play on Thursday shows Grandview playing Mart and Snook vs. Grapeland at 5:00 pm with the last two games of the evening featuring Westwood vs. Hubbard and Franklin vs. Bremond at 6:30 pm.

Friday?s play will continue with game times the same as the previous day: 2:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm.

Although all of the above schools have been confirmed for the tournament, some of the game times could possibly be changed due to several of the schools still being in the football playoffs.

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