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February 13, 2013

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Kim Feil

Some chokes are applied to prolong the decline rate of those extra long laterals drilled...and flowing too much too gas could damage the well and or formation so the young wells are at 24/64 (38% opened up) whereas the older wells are choked up completely 100% open at 64/64 choke rate. Did the study break down which age group the wells are in and statistically account for those ages?

Kim Feil

Are the well shut ins & well choke down flow rates being considered for this study?

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