Scott, you know that the design for the Cascadura production facilities is completed, and they are working on the EIA for Cascadura. The guys doing this work are not the guys doing the completions on the wells. They can all these things concurrently without any one of these projects being ignored. The drilling guys are awaiting spud of Royston and the completions guys are working on Chinook. Xavier is likely bouncing around between drilling, completions and future prospects. If you have concerns about any of this, contact Xavier or Paul.
My understanding is that a 400 barrel of fluid per day pumpjack was being considered as the pump for Chinook. They could move 400 barrels per day of fluid if it is there. Who knows if it is oil? Who knows if there will be 400 barrels of fluid per day to pump?
Do yourselves a favour and call Paul at the Calgary office and ask all these questions directly to him. He is very open and engaging. He is more than willing to talk about the test results and what happened in the upper zone at Chinook.