Monday, April 1, 2013

Fields and Field Updates

Counties
Slope County
Stark County 

Fields
Alexandria
Alger
Alkali Creek
Ambrose - Blooming Prairie - West Ambrose
Antelope
Avoca
Bailey 
Baker 
Banks 
Bear Creek
Bear Den
Beaver Lodge
Bell
Bicentennial
Big Bend
Big Butte
Big Stick
Blue Buttes: sweet spot in the Bakken; west of the reservation; an old field; "owned" by Hess
Bowline: "owned" by True Oil
Briar Creek
Brooklyn: a small, non-descript field NW of Williston; "owned" by CLR; excellent example of how an operator systematically drilled one entire field with one rig; holding the entire field by production within a year or so; has received the most comments of any field.
Bull Butte
Bully
Cabernet
Camel Butte
Camp
Capa
Catwalk
Cedar Coulee
Cedar Hills
Charbonneau and the League of Nations
Charlson
Chateau
Chatfield 
Cherry Creek -- "owned" by Hess, a small field, 12 sections; very, very good wells
Clarks Creek: sweet spot in the Bakken; western boundary of the reservation; "owned" by EOG; will put 22 wells on one 2560-acre spacing unit (April, 2013, dockets)
Clear Creek : sweet spot in the Bakken; northeast McKenzie County; part of CLR's multi-well, multi-year TFS study (October, 2012)
Clear Water
Corral Creek -- Unit Field
Cottonwood
Cow Creek
Crazy Man
Deep Water Creek Bay
Dimond
Dollar Joe
Dublin
Eagle Nest
East Fork
Elidah
Elk
Elkhorn Ranch
Ellisville
Ellsworth
Elm Tree
Epping
Epping-Ray Corridor
Estes - Hay Creek - Harding - Nelson Bridge: four small fields SW of Williston, east of Fairview 
Fayette
Fertile
Foreman Butte
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Four Bears 
Garnet
Gaylord
Glass Bluff
Glenburn
Grail
Grinnell
Hamlet
Harding - Hay Creek - Estes - Nelson Bridge: four small fields SW of Williston, east of Fairview 
Hardscrabble
Hawkeye
Hay Creek - Harding - Estes - Nelson Bridge: four small fields SW of Williston, east of Fairview
Hayland
Heart Butte
Heart River -- a 38-section field in the southwest part of the state; between Dickinson and South Heart; mostly Fidelity and Emerald Oil
Hebron: a small, non-descript field NW of Williston; "owned" by CLR; updated April 1, 2013
Hoot Owl
Ice Caves
Indian Hill
Jim Creek
Johnson Corner
Keene
Kittleson Slough 
Kuroki
Lake Darling
Little Knife
Little Tank 
Long Creek
Lost Bridge
Manitou
Marmon
McGregory Buttes
Missouri Ridge
Moccasin Creek: a huge field; owned by KOG; never interested me until today (KOG with a gusher on 320-acre spacing)
Murphy Creek
Nameless
Nelson Bridge - Estes - Hay Creek - Harding: four small fields SW of Williston, east of Fairview 
Newburg
North Fork
North Souris - Red Rock
Oakdale
Oliver
Otter
Painted Woods
Park
Parshall
Patent Gate
Pembroke
Pershing 
Pleasant Hill
Poe
Ragged Butte
Rattlesnake Point
Rawson
Red Rock - North Souris
Red Wing Creek
Renville
Reunion Bay
Robinson Lake
Rocky Ridge
Ross
Round Prairie
Russian Creek
Sand Creek
Sanish: perhaps the most prolific field in the Bakken; a relatively large field; "owned" by Whiting; generally 6 wells in every 1280-acre spacing unit; borders the Parshall to the east;
Sandrocks 
Scairt Woman
Sheep Butte
Simon Butte
Sioux Trail
Siverston
Slawson: Big Bend/Van Hook
Snow Field
South Fork
Spotted Horn
Squaw Creek
Squaw Gap
Squires
St Anthony
St Demetrius
Stockyard Creek
Stoneview
Stony Creek
Strandahl
Temple
Timber Creek
Tobacco Garden
Todd -- west side of Williston; field of dreams?
Truax
Twin Buttes
Twin Valley 
Tyrone
Union Center
Van Hook
West Capa
Westberg
Williston
Willow Creek
Wolf Bay
Zenith