Saturday, November 27, 2010

Wells To Watch, Part II

I will no longer be updating "Wells to Watch, Part I." "Wells to Watch, Part I" has become too unwieldy, but it has served its purpose.

Wells are no longer being added to this page; the page is seldom updated.

Wells to Watch, Part II

The multi-well pad about four miles west of Williston (3.8 miles directly west of where the Williston bypass intersects US 2 & 85 on the north side of town), permits issued February 27, 2013; contributor at link is one of the least knowledgeable contributors at the site:
  • 25079, 1,737, Statoil/BEXP, Field Trust 7-6 5TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 60K 2/16;
  • 25080, 2,593, Statoil/BEXP, Field Trust 7-6 4H, Todd, t3/15; cum 77K 2/16;
  • 25081, 1,312, Statoil/BEXP, Field Trust 7-6 3TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 33K 2/16;
  • 25082, 2,212, Statoil/BEXP, Field Trust 7-6 6H, Todd, 3/15; cum 69K 2/16;
The three-well pad in section 8-152-98, where there are two multi-well pads on DRL status, February, 2013; one source suggests "Helm's Gusher" is on the 3-well pad. Posted March 1, 2013:
  • 21814, dry/PA, Statoil/BEXP, Cheryl 17-20 1H, Banks, 11/15;
  • 21815, 4,680, Statoil/BEXP, Richard 8-5 1H, Banks, t4/13; cum 278K 2/16;
  • 22322, 4,630, Statoil/BEXP, Cheryl 17-20 2TFH, Banks, t4/13 cum 223K 2/16;
  • 22806, 3,464, Statoil/BEXP, Cheryl 17-20 3TFH, Banks, t2/13; cum 160K 2/16;
  • 22807, 3,793, Statoil/BEXP, Richard 8-5 2H, Banks, t4/13; cum 230K 2/16;
  • 22808, 4,439, Statoil/BEXP, Cheryl 17-20 4H, Banks, t2/13; cum 291K 2/16;

Clarks Creek oil field, EOG wells, sited in/on Clarks Creek (one of more of these wells are being drilled with/were drilled with an SST rig).  Home page for SST Energy CorporationRig locations. Two 2-well pads:
  • 22484, 2,946, EOG, Hawkeye 102-2501H, Clarks Creek, sections 25-36-1; Three Forks; t1/13; cum 525K 2/16;
  • 22485, 1,926, EOG, Hawkeye 01-2501H, Clarks Creek, sections 25-36-1; middle Bakken; s8/18/12; TD 9/16/12; t1/13; cum 571K 2/16;
  • 22486, 2,421, EOG, Hawkeye 100-2501H, Clarks Creek, Three Forks, sections 25-36-1; horizontal length of 15,309 feet proposed; t9/12; cum 700K 2/16;
  • 22487, 67, EOG, Hawkeye 02-2501H, Clarks Creek, middle Bakken, TD'd early due to motor failure about 25,000 feet; huge gas shows; t12/13; cum 613K 2/16;
A singleton just north of these four wells, sited in Antelope County, running north:
  • 24337, 2,519, EOG, Hawkeye 3-2413H, Antelope, middle Bakken,1280-acre spacing; t5/13; cum 605K 2/16;
22486, 2,421, EOG, Hawkeye 100-2501H, Clarks Creek. From an exhibit at the NDIC web site, it appears this is a Three Forks well, t9/12; cum 700K 2/16:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Indian Hill, Bank oil field, the following eight wells are on 2-well pads, all in section 12-153-101
  • 22099, 863, Oasis, Yukon 5301 41-12T/Daphne 5301 41-12B, Baker, t9/13; cum 87K 2/16;
  • 22100, 1,317/AB, Oasis, Achilles 5301 41-12B, Baker oil field, t2/12; cum 187K 10/15;
  • 22220, 1,962, Oasis, Jefferies 5301 43-12B, Baker oil field, t4/12; cum 198K 2/16;
  • 22221, 1,379, Oasis, Timmons 5301 43-12B, Baker, t9/13; cum 1118K 2/16;
  • 20863, 1,167, Oasis, Foley Federal 5301 43-12H, Baker oil field,  t12/11; cum 219K 2/16;
  • 20864, 2,521, Bray 5301 43-12, Baker oil field, t1/12; cum 213K 2/16;
  • 22739, loc, Oasis, Linda 5301 44-12B, Baker oil field;
  • 22740, 3,863, Oasis, Larry 5301 44-12B, Baker, t9/12; cum 213K 2/16;
    DateOil RunsMCF Sold
Renville County
  • 19472, PA/37, Renegade, A Trout 6H 3-14, a TFS?, wildcat; tested 7/16/11; produced for 2 months; it is a middle Bakken; 14 frack stages; 137,000 lbs proppant;
  • 19445, DRY, Ballantyne, Cleo 7-1, no "H" designation; a Duperow well; a wildcat
Stark County
  • See Lodgepole Formation below
  • Dickinson Area
  • 19853, EXP/PNC, Core 54 Oil and Gas, LLC, Longshot 10-23 1, Three Forks; wildcat (also in the Dickinson area)
Super Long Laterals
  • 20037, 790, EOG, Liberty LR 17-11H, Van Hook, 25,000 feet, not on confidential list as of Feb, 2011, see first comment at this link; longest lateral to date (Dec 31, 2010); cum 276K 2/16;
Van Hook field, EOG, multi-well pads
  • 18827, 732, EOG, Liberty 10-36H, comes off confidential list on 6/30/2011 (looks like a good well; 84K in the first four months; 17K in the fifth month); cum 284K 2/16;
  • 18828, 1,066, EOG, Liberty LR 16-36H, comes off confidential list on 7/13/2011 (looks like a good well; 85K in first four months; still 16K in fifth month); cum 349K 2/16;
The Lodgepole Formation and Oil for America
  • Overview
  • 19258, PA, Zastoupil 22-1, Stark  County (zero production in April/May 2011)
  • 19272, dry, Wolf 29-1, Stark  County
  • 19601, dry, Wieglenda 23-1, Stark  County
  • 19785, dry, Froelich 27-2, Stark  County
  • 20195, dry, Dohrmann 14-1, Stark  County (rig-on-site, January 23, 2011); has 1 lateral and 4 sidetracks; they're sure looking for oil
  • 20061, dry, Dohrmann 13-1, Stark  County
Bicentennial Field
  • A recent CLR well was not all that great leading folks to opine that all the drilling going back to 1981 has depleted this field.
  • 19268, 125, CLR, Bicentennial Federal 1-28H, t11/10; cum 40K 2/16; (minimal production)
  • 20889, PNC, WLL, Henry State 24-36H, another wildcat. The WLL in the section just to the west of this well was Red River DRY and Three Forks SHUT IN
  • 18005, 28/DRY/TA, WLL, Jones 44-35, Henry/Wildcat, Bakken -- very interesting. Vertical. Red River is producing as of 7/13; minimal production; Three Forks was dry; Lodgepole was dry.
Little Knife Oil Field, Hess, 6-well pad; six short laterals on 1280-acre spacing
  • The six-well pad will be in section 22-146-97
  • 22884, 335, Hess, LK-Wing 146-97-2215H-2/3/4/5/6/7-- rig on site on #22884, February 9, 2013; the spacing unit is vertical, so most likely three short laterals will run north and three short laterals will run south, t7/13; cum 65K 2/16;


    1. what can you tell me about Milloy 1-15H Williams County ND?

    2. If you use "Firefox" brower, there is a search application on "blogger" at the upper left (the little white area with a magnifying glass). Type in Milloy and it will take you to all my posts where Milloy is mentioned. To go through the posts quickly, there is another search application at the bottom left of the blog when you use the drop down "Edit" to "find." Type in "Milloy" there and you can go through the postings very quickly.

      I would assume MS IE and Safari browsers have the same search capabilities.

      Milloy 1-15H is in one of the smaller fields in North Dakota, the Hebron oil field, northwest of Williston, the heart of the Bakken. I have been out there numerous times.

      Great photos of the area can be found here:

      Updates of the Hebron field can be found at the link at the sidebar on the right:

      Of the Hebron oil wells, the Milloy 1-15H, #18966, is near the Montana border, along with Fasching 1-22H, #18964.

      The Milloy 1-15H is still on the confidential list; there is a rig on site for the Fasching 1-22H well (January 17, 2011).

      Both wells are Continental Resources wells. I assume both wells will be about the same as the other Hebron wells. If so, their IPs will come in at about 750. Wells in this area have an estimated ultimate recovery of about 500,000 bbls. CLR says their wells cost about $7 million.

      GEOI recently completed an 18-stage well for $5.6 million.

      It is possible someone on the Bakken Shale Discussion Group board (line on the sidebar at the right) will have more information, especially if they live in the area. No one lives in the immediate area so no one will see what is going on with the pad and the tanks unless they make a special trip out there.