Twitter | Search | |
HarryTheHorse
43
Tweets
44
Following
11
Followers
Tweets
HarryTheHorse Jul 10
Replying to @Adrianwfire
I’ve lost a few close friends, ones I hadn’t seen for a bit too long sadly.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 10
Replying to @Adrianwfire
Spend some time with him if he’s feeling well. Seize the moment....
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 10
Replying to @Adrianwfire
Sorry, that’s rough. I hope you can spend some time together.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 10
🤣
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 9
There’s still the Kimmeridge, but it needs investment. Seismic first this time.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 9
True, there’s water in HH-2z, but they stopped trying to fix HH-2z due to Covid, I’d need to check dates but the only well in use for some time has been HH-1 (Portland).
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 9
Higher water cut = less hydrocarbons coming up in total plus Portland degassed. Imo
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 5
Good enough for me.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 5
Replying to @Whistle25257021
In simple terms, HH-1 is starting to water out, after one year.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 5
Replying to @Whistle25257021
...disposing of water. Emulsion forming is common during production, but entails corrosion of pipework, and extra expense in separating. If the site is trucking emulsion to refinery and asking for payment, its not surprising that the refinery sees that as expensive water.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 5
Replying to @Whistle25257021
This is “coning” and a normal effect of water on oil production at unsustainable rates. The ever increasing “water cut” is what kills commercial production, it's both uneconomic on pumping costs and time, and for an onshore site, very expensive in separating the emulsion and
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 5
Replying to @Whistle25257021
Sure. HH-1 was originally producing very unusual oil, completely free of water. That now seems to have changed. The arrival of water may likely indicate that production has locally exhausted the oil, and pulled up the water underlying oil in the reservoir. Thread.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse retweeted
яι¢к Jun 29
Meeting adjourned so they can all load up on UKOG shares
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 2
Correct, he wears a hearing aid, and his vote was never in doubt, voted against Holmwood, Horse Hill. His wife is also a lib dem councillor just not on this committee.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 1
Acid-frack job, move on if that didn’t work.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 1
Replying to @Adrianwfire
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 1
Actually it fits in with many other observations at the site by experienced eyes, and even drivers. Distinctive voice, it may be recognised but holders may not want to say.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jul 1
HH-2z is shut in, so this is HH-1 Portland.
Reply Retweet Like
HarryTheHorse Jun 29
Haz plates
Reply Retweet Like