Bruce,Do you know what this is about? GEOPHYSICAL PERMIT:#970235 - MICROSEISMIC, INC.; KODIAK POLAR BURIED ARRAY; 153-98; 154-98; WILLIAMS Co.;24 sq.mi. (APPROVED: 2/22/2013)(It is on the NDIC's report for 2/25/13.)This is in Truax township.
I will let others summarize what this might mean; it's beyond my expertise. But two data points will explain it, I'm sure.First the Acorn Energy presentation of a couple days ago:http://www.investorcalendar.com/IC/CEPage.asp?ID=170539&CID=And then this "old" press release:http://www.microseismic.com/news-events/press-releases/57-microseismic-inc-announces-completion-of-world-s-largest-buried-array-in-williston-basin-for-whiting-oil-gas-corporation
Where on the sidebar? It's like a maze
You are correct. It is difficult to find things at the blog. I've tried different ways to make it easier. If you follow the blog on a regular basis, it will start to make sense. I do move the categories on the sidebar at the right around periodically. For example, I put "Earnings Central" at the top during earnings season and then move it back down.But to answer your question, go to the third category down, "Oil Prices/New Wells/QuikPiks." Then in that category, go to "New Wells Reporting."http://www.milliondollarwayblog.com/2013/01/new-wells-reporting-1q13-williston.htmlIt should be noted, this category will move to the top of the sidebar after earnings season is over. I post results of confidential wells every day as a stand-alone post, generally first thing in the morning (before 9:00 a.m. weekdays). But I also "copy" them to the archives for easy review. If you can think of ways to organize my material to make it easier to find, please let me know. But I think you will be amazed at how much information is archived here. The tabs at the top, particularly "Data Links," are very, very interesting. Have fun navigating the maze. You will come across a lot of great information.