Monday, August 23, 2010

Results of Completed Wells From July 1, 2010 To December 31, 2010 -- North Dakota, USA

Results of Completed Wells July 1, 2010 - December 31, 2010
As of October 11, 2010, including additional permit information

Source: NDIC or Press Release (PR)

Data for 4Q13: 4Q13
Data for 3Q13: 3Q13
Data for 2Q13: 2Q13
Data for 1Q13: 1Q13
Data for 4Q12: 4Q12
Data for 3Q12: 3Q12
Data for 2Q12: 2Q12
  Data for 1Q12: 1Q12   
Data for 4Q11: 4Q11 
Data for 3Q11: 3Q11 
Data for 2Q11: 2Q11 
 Data for 1Q11: 1Q11  
 Data for 2H10: 2H10  
Through 1H10: 1H10
For reports prior to July 1, 2010:  visit this link

NOTE: when a well is listed as a "Bakken" well, that is the Bakken Pool as defined by the NDIC; some of the recent wells listed as "Bakken" are producing from the Three Forks Sanish formation.  Occasionally it is possible to determine if a well is a Bakken formation well or a TFS well, but it is not easy in most cases. The USGS 2008 survey was based on Bakken formation information only, to the best of my knowledge, and probably underestimated the size of the pool by half had the TFS also been included. That explains why USGS estimates 3 billion barrels recoverable oil; NDIC director estimates 11 billion barrels recoverable oil; and, Harold Hamm estimates 14 billion barrels of recoverable "Bakken" oil.

December 28, 2010
  • 19010, 847, Slawson, Armada Federal 1-14-13H, Van Hook, Bakken, t10/10; cum 364K 1/19;
  • 18997, TA/30, Boundary 4-27H, EOG, Boundary Creek/Wildcat, Spearfish (not a Bakken); t8/10; cum --
December 27, 2010
December 21, 2010
  • 18804, 1,561, WLL, TTT Ranch 4-6TFH, Sanish, Bakken, previously reported, August 22, 2010, below; this is a record TFH IP; t8/10; cum 295K 3/18;
  • 18711, 4,126, WLL, Fladeland 12-10H, Sanish, Bakken, t7/10; cum 502K 1/19;
  • 18549, 1,114, WLL, Littlefield 21-7H, Parshall, Bakken; some confusion -- WLL press release said the Sanish oil field; the NDIC report said the Parshall oil field; t7/10; cum 604K 1/19;
  • 19099, PA/31, EOG, Boundary 11-20H, Roth, Spearfish/Madison, NOT a Bakken, t8/10; cum 4K 6/12;
  • 18800, 1,117, EOG, Fertile 38-20H, Parshall, Bakken, t7/10; cum 208K 3/18;
  • 18763, 853, EOG, Ross 15-28H, Alger, Bakken, t6/10; cum 210K 3/18;
  • 18609, 379, EOG,  Palermo 2-18H, Ross, t7/10; cum415K 3/18;
  • 18147, 952, EOG, Fertile 16-20H, Parshall, t7/10; cum 195K 3/18;
  • 17786, 754, EOG, Clearwater 10-03H, Clear Water, t7/10; cum 157K 3/18;
  • 18960, 883, CLR, McGregor 2-15H, Lindahl, t12/10; cum 288K 3/18;
  • 19034, 2,000, Statoil/BEXP, Lippert 1-12 1-H, Rosebud, t11/10; cum 249K 3/18;
  • 19002, 1,721, Satoil/BEXP, Smith Farm 23-14 1-H,  Cow Creek, t10/10; cum 322K 3/18;
  • 19032, 604, Zavnna, Hanson 28-33 1H, Stockyard Creek, t11/10; cum 146K 3/18;
  • 19038, 440, Petro-Hunt, Forseth 157-100-25B-36-1H, Marmon/Wildcat, t9/10; cum 201K 3/18;
  • 18736, 626, MRO, Rosemary Eckelberg 21-26H, Bailey, t9/10; cum 229K 3/18;
  • 18890, 721, Whiting/KOG/BTA, 20711 Springbrook 58 1-H, Stockyard Creek, t8/11; cum 365K 3/18;
  • 19072, 152, XTO, Big Gulch Federal 41X-16, Haystack Butte, t11/10; cum 195K 3/18;
  • 19014, 717, XTO, Klepp 21X-1, West Capa, t8/10; cum 164K 3/18;
  • 18815, 853, Oasis/SM, Norby 9-20H, Charlson, t10/10; cum 312K 3/18;
  • 18575, 1,007, Slawson, Hunter 1-8-17H, Big Bend, t6/11; cum 564K 1/19; had big jump in production 9/14;
  • 19066, 1,779, Hess/AEZ, Hickel 15-35H, Ray, Hess now owns AEZ, t1/11; cum 168K 3/18; 
December 17, 2010
  • 19045, 53, CLR, Goodman 1-36H, Squires, t10/10; cum 168K 3/18;
  • 19011, 725, CLR, Bridger 3-13H, Rattlesnake Point, 4 sections, t12/10; cum 302K 3/18;
  • 19009, 651, CLR, Bonneville 3-23H, Rattlesnake Point, 4 sections, t12/10; cum 330K 3/18;
December 16, 2010
December 15, 2010
  • 18723, 608, Murex, Lisa Diane 15-22H, Beaver Lodge, t6/10; cum 130K 3/18;
  • 19053, 89, CLR, Monte 12-19SH, Medicine Pole Hills, West Red River (not a Bakken), t8/10; cum 122K 3/18;
  • 19012, 365, CLR, Bonneville 2-23H, Rattlesnake Point, Rattlesnake Point, t12/10; cum 181K 3/18;
  • 18943, 2,396, WLL, Locken 14-9XH, Sanish, t11/10; cum 558K 3/18;
  • 18566, 1,359, WLL, Cvancara 11-14H (see also several other Cvancara wells), Alger, t11/10; cum 220K 3/18;
  • 19025, 1,620, WLL, Moore 11-7H (see other Moore wells), Sanish, t11/10; cum 224K 3/18;
  • 19250, 2,945, WLL, Ness 43-21H (see other Ness wells), Sanish, t10/10; cum 464K 1/19;
  • 19259, 2,980, WLL, Jones 12-8H, Sanish, t10/10; cum 471K 3/18; off-line 3/18;
  • 19174, 2,299, WLL, Kannianen 43-33H (see many other Kannianen wells); t10/10; cum 381K 3/18;
  • 19029, 2,625, WLL, Heiple 11-3H, t10/10; cum 379K 3/18;
  • 19242, 1,914, WLL, Bartleson 12-18H, t10/10; cum 258K 3/18; needs to be re-fracked
  • 19044, 2,110, WLL, Anderson 21-7H, t10/10; cum 285K 3/18; needs to be re-fracked
  • 18387, 736, Petro-Hunt, USA 10B-2-4H, Charlson, t7/10; cum 235K 3/18; recently off-line; now back on line; small jump in production;
  • 18541, 161, CLR, Miles 1-6H, Dimmick, t11/10; cum 142K 3/18; off-line as of 1/18;
  • 18728, 32, SM Energy/Baytex, Hansen 13-162-99H, Ambrose, t6/10; cum 92K 3/18;
  • 18925, 1,521, Slawson, Phoenix 1-18H, Van Hook, t12/10; cum 385K 3/18; still great production as of 3/18;
  • 18984, 1,219, CLR, Olson 2-8H, Edge, t11/10; cum 320K 3/18; see update here;
December 14, 2010
    • 17701, 63, Prima Exploration, Wildhorse 11-24H, Lakeside, Midale/Nesson pool, t10/10; cum 24K 3/18;
    December 13, 2010
    • None
    December 10, 2010
    • 18203, 1,154, EOG, Fertile 34-31H, Parshall, t6/10; cum 221K 3/18;
    • 18641, AB/1,856, Newfield, Megamouth 1-8H, Siverston, t8/10; cum 145K 4/17;
    • 18909, 674, CLR, Rollefstad 2-3H, Antelope, t8/10; cum 290K 3/18;
    • 19028, 98, 31 Operating, LLC/Petro Harvester/Sagebrush, Erickson Et Al 3B, Renville, a Madison well, t8/10; cum 36K 3/18; inactive as of 8/15; back online 1/17;
    • 19047, 1,770, Slawson, Revolver 1-35H, Van Hook, t11/10; cum 329K 1/19;
    December 9, 2010
    • None
    December 8, 2010
    • 18693, 560, MRO, Betty Shobe USA 41-8H, Reunion Bay, t9/10; cum 342K 1/19;
    • 19037, 811, Oasis, Banks 5892 44-34H, t10/10, cum 144K 3/18;
    • 19051, PA, EOG, Eidsvold 1-10H, a Spearfish well, wildcat
    December 7, 2010
    • 17462, 149, CLR, MPHU 24-19H, a Red River well, t8/10; cum 50K 1/19;
    • 18790, 1,773, ERF, Henry Bad Gun 16B-21-1H, Moccasin Creek, t10/10; cum 466K 1/19;
    • 18970, 1,106, Slawson, Pike Federal 1-3-2H, Van Hook, t9/10; cum 482K 1/19;
    December 6, 2010
    • 18599, 1,003, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA/Anschutz, Andrew Schmidt 1-3-10H-143-97, Crook Creek, t1/11; cum 143K 3/18;
    • 18770, 819, North Plains, Scanlan 3-5H, Truax, t9/10; cum 272K 4/17;
    • 18801, 1,481, Oasis, Contreras 5502 42-7H, Squires, t8/10; cum 188K 4/17;
    • 18835, 503, CLR, Long 2-5H, Stoneview, t9/10; cum 113K 4/17;
    • 18896, 4,438, Statoil/BEXP, Clifford Bakke 26-35 1H, Alger, t10/10; cum 570K 3/18;
    • 18897, 584, CLR, Panasuk 1-23H, Hebron, t9/10; cum 131K 4/17;
    • 18907, 262, CLR, Lance 1-36H, Upland, t9/10; cum 82K 4/17;
    • 18916, 1,999, Oasis, Missouri 5302 44-35H, Indian Hill, t8/10; cum 260K 4/17;
    • 18918, 93, Encore, Jorgenson 34-9SWH, Lost Bridge, t9/10; cum 222K 4/17;
    • 19042, 280, Cornerstone Natural, Schwartz 4-11H, Customs, Midale/Nesson pool, t8/10; cum 72K 3/18;
    • 19735, PNC, Hunt Oil, Halliday 1-19-18H 1,
    TO BE COMPLETED AT A LATER DATE
    December 3, 2010

    3 comments:

    1. off topic but interesting....


      Bruce,
      Enercom is hosting a conference in Denver in which many Oil and Gas
      companies are presenting. Some of these companies are in the Bakken.

      The link below (you may have to copy it and paste it in your browser) -
      provides an audio recording and slides of each presentation.... it
      looks like companies have about 25 minutes to present their stuff -
      there are lots of companies.....


      http://www.vcall.com/customevent/conferences/enercom/20100823/webcast.html


      just thought you'd be interested.

      rory

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    2. Bruce,

      Regarding the Hearing dockets for April 2011, I noticed this for our well:

      "14521: North Plains, risk penalty legalese for Scanlan 3-5H, Truax, Williams"

      Any idea what this means?
      Where can I get more info on this statement?

      Thanks for any help you can offer....

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    3. This is the full case summary from the NDIC site:

      In the matter of the petition for a risk penalty of North Plains Energy, LLC, requesting an order authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty from certain non-participating owners as provided by NDCC § 38-08-08 in the drilling and completion of the Scanlan #3-5H well, Sections 4 and 5, T.153N.,
      R.98W., Truax Field, Williams County, ND, pursuant to NDAC § 43-02- 03-88.1, and such other relief as is appropriate.

      I do not know what it means but the folks over on the Teegue Bakken Shale Discussion Group may be able to help you out (the site is linked on the sidebar at the right):

      http://groups.google.com/group/bakken-shale-discussion?pli=1

      My hunch, however, is this: the operator is ready to drill (or has drilled); the well went through the pooling process because someone did not want to sign with the operator. Now the company that drilled wants to collect from the individual that did not agree to terms offered by the operator regarding royalty payments. That's my hunch. Unless you were the one who did not sign the lease, I doubt this will affect you. But again, just my hunch. The folks over at the discussion group might be able to add more insight.

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