Goodrich Petroleum reports discovery in West Delta 83 field

By OGJ editors

HOUSTON, May 27 -- Goodrich Petroleum Corp., Houston, reported a discovery on its Tunney prospect in West Delta 83 field, Plaquemines Parish, LA.

Goodrich's SL 15016 No. 1 well was drilled to a total depth of 16,753 ft and logged 86 ft of net pay in three separate zones —the 10,100 ft, MQ, and OJ sands.

Goodrich, which is operator of the field and owns a 46% interest, currently is completing the well in the OJ sand and expects completion results about June 13.

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