Wednesday, October 16, 2013

"Things To Follow Up On"



I've tried different methods as reminders; nothing has worked very well. Maybe this will work.
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November 10, 2018: #22333 (a Three Forks well), off line since 4/18; neighboring middle Bakken well re-fracked; 22332 (middle Bakken --no change); 

November 6, 2018: #22044, Zavanna, George; off line; neighboring wells being drilled; will be six months or so before we see anything;

November 1, 2018: note the very, very small amounts of water used to frack these new Brandvik/Weydahl wells; it will be interesting to see their initial production. See this post.

October 23, 2018: #28154; jump in production 8/18; no neighbors; pump re-set; 

October 23, 2018:  #18250 parallels the wells coming from this 5-well pad; still off line; #33737 is on a 5-well pad; this one was the first to report; the others are SI/NC, but I believe they have all been fracked; will soon report; 

October 23, 2018: 17720, 399, Hess, RS-Howell-156-91-1207H-1, Ross, t2/09; cum 462K 7/18; it will be interesting to see what this well does when it comes back on line; four neighboring wells fracked;

October 22, 2018: 27092, 27093, 17539 -- these are great wells; one well with 600K+; recently four Austin wells fracked nearby; let's see what these three wells do after back on-line;

October 21, 2018: #17082, just came back on line; a great well;

October 21, 2018: #18651, neighboring wells fracked May/June, 2018.


October 21, 2018: #17254; a nice QEP Henderson well taken off line 3/18; neighboring wells fracked and are huge; 

October 13, 2018: #33701; coming back on line after neighboring well fracked; see this post;

October 13, 2018: #17060, #23499, #23500; see this post.

October 3, 2018: #16990. See this post

October 3, 2018: 16276, IA; active as of 10/17; struggling, but holding in there, 5/18; back off-line as of 6/18;

September 29, 2018: #17086; great well but taken off-line 4/18; suggesting other activity in the area; 

September 28, 2018: #19889; just went off-line, 6/18; huge well; not re-fracked;  check #35135 - 35140, inclusive; back on-line 8/18; not remarkable;

September 26, 2018: #18787, near two recently fracked wells, #33482 and #33483;



September 24, 2018: #17354, a great well; Slawson, Whitmore 1-7H, Parshall, off-line as of 8/18; #34921; #34922;

September 24, 2018: #21962, MRO, Vace Stromment ..., Killdeer, just coming back on-line 7/18; slight jump in production 8/18; not remarkable;

September 23, 2018: #21813, MRO, Garry Sampson ..., Murphy Creek, off-line as of 5/18; back on-line as of 8/18; not remarkable;

September 21, 2018: Apparently #34550 and #34552 have both been completed within the last couple of days. 34553 drl and 34550 SI/NC --8/18;


********* September 12, 2018: #19446; it is close to this one -- look at that huge IP -- 32971, 8,702, MRO,Whitebody USA 14-23H, Reunion Bay. Should be doing better. Check back in a few months; otherwise take it off this list.

September 2, 2018: #20520, after being off-line for several years, coming back strong? See this post. #17424; #19187.

August 1, 2018: #30312; still confidential; sits between two million-bbl wells; Amber Renee was only 800K but it was shut down for some reason; #30312 is Sophia Drake -- eager to see how this one does; remains on conf 8/18;

August 1, 2018: #19446; group of neighboring wells recently fracked; see this note; all neighboring wells have been fracked and are huge; this well has just come back on-line and doesn't look all that spectacular. Need to see in October time frame how it has done.

July 28, 2018: #18249, #17986 recently came off - line; lots of neighboring activity;

July 27, 2018: a group of wells (#34465, #34464, #34463, #34462, #34461, #34460)  -- Irgens Rexall (#21068) -- ROS -- as of 8/18 the rig is gone; #34464 this date; all are being drilled; 8/18 -- SI/NC)

July 27, 2018: check later, 2018 -- #16860, #17498. See this post. #16860 with huge jump in production, 6/18; #17498 still off-line, 6/18;


July 16, 2018: a re-frack? #17318. Along the same line, #17333.  Update: #17318 still off line (8/18) but #17333 back on line; minimal bump in production; check #19375; 

June 25, 2018: the Kennedy-Miles wells; start with #33220; IPs have been reported but initial production has not yet been reported;

June 18, 2018: CLR's State Weydahl and Brandvik wells got a parking ticket from the NDIC. Check back in a few months and see if CLR completed these wells.  One of them to check would be #30367; two others would be #23783 and #23784.

June 14, 2018: this great well has just come off line. Note that it is an MRO well in Bailey oil field:
  • 22341, 1,520, MRO, Lorene Stohler 11-3H, Bailey, t10/12; cum 318K 4/18;
June 9, 2018: 19105, 558, Oasis/Zenergy, Aune 32-29H, Wildcat/Eightmile, Bakken, southwest of Williston, north/west side of the river, t11/10;  just went off line 4/18; nothing going on in this area; no sundry form;

June 9, 2018: 17918, 2,166, Newfield, Clear Creek Federal 1-26H, Bakken; t8/10; cum 138K 2/18; nothing going on in this area; maybe being re-worked;

June 9, 2018: 18365, 1,379, EOG, Liberty 8-01H, Van Hook, Bakken; t7/10; cum 334K 4/18; far to the south, EOG has three wells on DRL status and they will run parallel to #18365;

June 6, 2018: 20325, IA/2,846, BR, Midnight Run 21-1MBH, Union Center, Bakken, t12/11; cum 287K 4/18; off-line as of 12/17;


June 5, 2018: 18141, 458, Marathon, Lazy HE 21-17H, 2 sec, Bailey, t10/09; cum 324K 4/18; came off-line 2/18;


March 27, 2018: follow up this well in March, 2019 -- a year later -- to see how much more oil can come from an old Madison well using new technology. #19551.

March 25, 2018: #19291 taken off-line, January, 2018; none of the other wells in that section off-line;

March 25, 2018: these Beaks wells all completed; and yet, most of them were taken off-line January, 2018: 19289, 29853, 29852, 29851, 26430, 26432, 32820. 




March 15, 2018: #20351, near this well, recently fracked:
  • 33656, 1,100, GO-Vinger-156-98-2116H-2, Wheelock, t3/18; cum --
March 13, 2018: #22891, neighboring wells fracked;

March 12, 2018: #20748, #20736; neighboring #33354, Whiting, Jackman 44-10-3H, East Fork recently fracked;

March 11, 2018: #20035: great well; off-line as of 8/16 for unknown reasons.

March 7, 2018: #17106; it's been re-fracked but production is very spotty; check other wells around it;



*******March 5, 2018: #18787 -- several new wells cross right over/under this old well; check this well periodically; it came off-line 12/17 which suggests activity in the area; these wells are being fracked/drilled and might affect #18787: #33482, #33483, #33484, #33485; #33472; #33471; #33470; #33469; and #33481. 

January 28, 2018; #19896; the Mandan wells;


January 25, 2018: #20402, #24011, #18114 -- link here.

January 24, 2018: #18626; nearby well, #33721, recently fracked. Look at map to see where #33721 and #33722 run.


**************** January 17, 2018: #17222, EOG -- soon to go over 1 million bbls; Parshall; short lateral; cum 954K 7/18;

January 17, 2018: #17160; off-line since 6/17; re-frack? Nice production 5/18; off line 6/18; FracFocus -- no re-frack;

February 4, 2017 update here. Sedalia has not yet drilled two new re-entry laterals off #29855 as planned.

December 31, 2017; #20208, #20210, #20211; nearby new frack; see this post;

December 28, 2017: #2302; #2657; two very old Spearfish wells; permits renewed; SWD or back for more oil? check back in several months; link here; both have status listed as LOC when checked 6/18;


December 5, 2017: f/u on #19742;  Docket case, 26287, Slawson, create a 160-acre unit; to recomplete the Condor 1-36-25H well (#19742) [from the well file, it looks like this well has been recompleted; the well has been put on a pump, sometime in January, 2017; no production since 4/17; what happened? AB
 
December 3, 2017: check to see if this well goes back on-line.
  • 2316, 204, Hess, Antelope-Madison Unit B-523, t9/59; cum 807K 10/17; goes back on line for one day 4/18; one day, 5/18; one day, 7/18; starting to see a pattern (LOL);

November 23, 2017: a Lodgepole well producing 4,000 bbls/months; watch it go over 1,000,000 bbls soon --
  • 18190, 463, Armstrong, Laurine Engel 1, conventional, Dickinson, Lodgepole; 61,000 barrels in first five months (at $60 = $3.6 million and this is a conventional well); cum 845K 7/18;



October 2, 2017: reader says the Statoil Mark wells were supposed to be fracked summer of 2017; no activity; watch for when they come off-line; 32238; 32293; 32292; and several others; all are SI/NC when checked 8/18;




August 9, 2017: #17975, still off-line for the most part. #32751, 417, Enerplus, Denali 148-95-12D-01H-TF, Eagle Nest, t7/17; cum 117K 7/18; (#17975)


July 31, 2017: #16531, BR, just came back on-line after off-line for quite some time; back off-line; still off-line as of 7/18; on line for one day in 4/18; off-line 5/18; on line one day, 6/18; off-line 9/18;



July 21, 2017: #17876; note production jump 4/17; back on July 31, 2011, this was one of the many MRO wells I suggested might be a candidate for a re-frack; update: after re-frack, taken off-line immediately and placed on IA status; nothing in file report to explain why; there are wells to the east that may be soon fracked; still off-line 8/18;

June 25, 2017: #16098; check production profile when this comes back on line; note neighboring wells just recently fracked. Still off-line as of 8/18;

June 12, 2017: an older well, #16730 (API: 33-053-02815) runs right next to two recently fracked wells; new production data not yet available; check production data in a couple of months; still off-line as of 7/18; the other two wells (see this post). One day of production for #16730 in 6/18;
  • 32635, 476, BR, Anderson Ranch 3A-MBH, Camel Butte, t5/17; cum 313K 7/18 -- just went off line 7/18; back on line 8/18; huge well; (#16730 -- still off-line)
  • 32628, 540, BR, Anderson Ranch 3B-TFH, Camel Butte, t5/17; cum 322K 7/18; (#16730 -- still off-line)
June, 2, 2017: June, 2017, hearing dockets; Case 25899, Samson Oil and Gas, Foreman Butte-Madison, establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit to facilitate an enhanced oil recovery pilot operation; sections 20/29-150-102, McKenzie. See this post, updated, 6/18 -- three confidential Bakken wells, but nothing going on with regard to the Madison formation as of 8/18;

March 28, 2017: #18218; check up on production in next few months; neighboring wells recently fracked; noted that 2/17 extrapolates to 8,000 bbls/month, much more than the 2,000 to 3,000 bbls/month prior to neighboring wells being fracked. After 6/17, not much of a well; struggling; 12/17; hmmm...2/18 -- coming back? cum 383K 8/18; jump in production / halo;



************************March 4, 2017: check on halo effect on these two wells (#16730 and #17718) in the next couple of months or so. See this post.  As of 12/17, #16730 still off-line; #17718 back on line but no real jump in production; just went off-line 5/18; the three wells in between #16730 and #17718 are #33589, #33590, and #33591. The wells are fracked, 4/18; still waiting to see results of #16730, #17718 -- 6/18.] [8/18 -- #16730 remains off-line, but #17718 with huge jump in production; see the post.]

December 31, 2016: #32847, #33067, #32846, #32845 on a 4-well pad sitting near a great short-lateral EOG well, #17044.




*******October 11, 2016: #17158; bump in production after neighboring well fracked; note how little time this well was taken off-status while neighboring well was fracked; see if this well goes 1 million bbls without being put on a pump; 961K 9/18; F;
  • 17158, Whiting, LL, Richardson Federal 11-9H, 4,148, s8/08; t10/08; F; cum 959K 8/18;
September 11, 2016: check on production profile #21733 when the following four wells are fracked: #32412 - #32415, inclusive. 

June 12, 2016; follow-up on #31466 (a Statoil well) in a few months; it is currently a DUC; still a DUC as of 9/18; but neighboring Whiting wells fracked in 2015 might have had an effect. The Whiting wells are the Chameleon wells in Banks oil field.  Remains TATD 8/18;

April 11, 2016: two Anschutz wells, now Lime Rock Resources wells, were never fracked; now Lime Rock Resources has two new locations on the same pad; it will be interesting to see if they frack these wells. As of 8/18, the two new wells were still LOC; #18644 was updated. Not much change as of 6/17.
  • 30467, loc, Lime Rock Resources, State 4-25-36H-144-97, API: 33-025-02818, Cabernet,
  • 30468, loc, Lime Rock Resources, Kary 6-24-13H-144-97, API: 33-025-02819, Cabernet,
November 26, 2015: Oasis requested permission to drill 21 wells on a 640-acre unit (one section); currently has 12 horizontals in that section. Curious if any halo effect but most recent wells drilled to depth but now fracked (SI/NC). No new data as of 8/18; production data updated, nothing remarkable, 8/18;

September 21, 2015: why did this on go inactive - 
  • 18177, IA/AB/IA/1,844, BR, Bryce 31, Westberg field, t10/09; cum 255K 4/14. Update, October 17, 2016 sundry form -- a stuck coil tubing; cut at 9,855 feet. Low commodity prices make fishing uneconomical. Will follow yearly until commodity prices recover. [Active again as of 5/17, but just for one day; active for just one day 12/17.][Active again: 1 day in 1/18. Back off-line the entire month of 2/18]




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CLOSED

Wells that have been removed from this page, starting September 14, 2018, are now at this page (page #9).

Wells that have been removed from this page, starting April 11, 2018, are now at this page (page #8).

Wells that I followed and were closed after December 31, 2017, are at this page (page #7).

Wells that I followed and were closed after October 19, 2017, are at this page (page #6).

Wells that I followed and were closed after September 14, 2017, are at this page (page #5)

Wells that I followed and were closed after April 24, 2017, are at this page (page #4)

Wells that I followed and were closed after November 23, 2016, are at this page (page #3).

Wells that I followed and were closed after November 4, 2015, are at this page (page #2).

Wells that I followed and have now been closed as of November 4, 2015, have been moved to this page, page #1.

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