MORE HORIZONTAL DRILLING UNDER WAY IN U.S.

10/29/1990
G. Alan Petzet Exploration Editor Operators continue to chalk up successes--as well as some mixed results--with horizontal drilling in a variety of U.S. regions. The South claims a large share of such activity (OGJ, Oct. 22, p. 36). Here are samples of what's happening in Michigan, the Rockies, and Oklahoma: MICHIGAN PetroStar Energy, Traverse City, Mich., tried Michigan's first deep basin horizontal hole at 1-16 Riverside in Missaukee County earlier this year. The well was intended to penetrate 2,1 00 ft of Cambro-Ordovician Prairie du Chien at about 12,000 ft true vert...
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