Their well is now under control, and apparently, no damage. They say it will be tested.
Good news for all, and how "fortunate" for shareholders that it happened on a weekend. If it had happened at any other time, the shares of all companies in the area would have been whipsawed, and people would have lost money needlessly if they would have panicked.
Best thing of all is that no one was hurt in the incident. But one has to wonder what went wrong. This is not supposed to happen here.