Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Eight (8) New Permits -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA

Active rigs: 185

Eight (8) new permits --
  • Operators: XTO (5), Oasis (3)
  • Fields: Murphy Creek (Dunn), Charlson (McKenzie), Willow Creek (Williams)
  • Comments:
There were no wells that came off the confidential list today.

Three (3) producing wells were completed:
  • 25062, 1,400, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-0211H-3, Sanish, t12/13; cum --
  • 25463, 1,542, Hess, EN-Freda 154-94-2635H-1, Alkali Creek, t12/13; cum --
  • 25226, 883, Hess, BW-Sorenson 145-99-1324H-3, Cherry Creek, t12/13; cum --

Wells Coming Off The Confidential List Tomorrow -- Will Be Reported Thursday 
In Lieu Of That List, A Global Warming Update
From DrudgeReport, Others

StevenGoddard is reporting:
Before NASA and NOAA start tampering with the data, 2013 is one of the ten coldest years  in the US since 1895, and has had the largest year over year decline on record.
NOAA of course won’t talk about this, and will massively tamper with the data before releasing it.
Not much global warming in Minnesota these days. MinneapolisStarTribune is reporting:
The average monthly temperature for December in the Twin Cities was 13.9 degrees, the Weather Service said. That figure was boosted somewhat by Saturday’s high of 47 degrees, forecaster Tony Zaleski said. But, while it’s still almost 6 degrees below normal, it isn’t close to 1983, when the coldest December in modern history was recorded, with an average temperature of just 3.7 degrees.
It wasn’t even close to the fourth-coldest December, in 2000, when the average was 7.6 degrees. The second- and third-coldest Decembers happened in the late 1800s. Nevertheless, Zaleski said, Sunday’s high of 0 and expected low of 15 below in the Twin Cities was far short of the normal high of 24 and low of  9.
Freezing temperatures and up to ten inches of snow to hit Chicago New Year's Eve
“The two really cold spots will be New England and Wisconsin,” said Bruce Terry, a forecaster with the weather service. Minnesota and North Dakota will also be frigid, he said.
Lows in Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dakota could reach 40 degrees below zero on Tuesday night, he said.
More record lows than record highs in the United States in 2013 -- and remember, the northern hemisphere was to have more global warming than the southern hemisphere -- another inconvenient truth. USA Today.

No comments:

Post a Comment