Just a mad thought. Do you think the lse board can exert any copyright over the contents of their free board. I mean, it’s completely open to non-members, and not access controlled. 90% of what gets posted is mad ravings, but there’s a few posts worth reading. I trawl through them all anyway for my sins, via a webscrape. Would it be of any value to cross-post anything of interest to here, where it could be read minus the crud? For instance, a cross-post from this evening would look like this:
Sent: Today 19:49
Subject: James reply
I asked James about the AVA learnings thus far and whether the results of TE10 would alter the decision on drilling TE11. His email is as follows.
It isn’t correct to suggest that TE9 learning somehow changed the outcome at TE10. They are standalone wells without correlation.
However it is correct that we likely have now, post TE10, more ability to rely on AVA as our work on the seismic continues. It will take some time to unravel this but work in progress.
Our last announcement on TE11 was that it would proceed after the well test at TE10.