I will clean up the posts from today sometime over the weekend.
This was a most incredible day.
If anyone had any doubts about the future of the Bakken, hopefully October's NDIC hearing dockets helps clear things up. Case 21145 was just one of many very, very interesting examples.
Application of EOG Resources, Inc. for an order authorizing the drilling, completing and producing of a total of sixteen wells on an existing 1280-acre spacing unit described as Sections 30 and 31, T.152N., R.94W.; a total of thirty-four wells on an existing 1440-acre spacing unit described as all of Sections 13, 24 and 25, less Lots 1-4 in each section, T.151N., R.95W.; a total of thirty-four wells on an existing 1920-acre spacing unit described as Sections 25 and 36, T.152N., R.95W. and Section 1, T.151N., R.95W.; and a total of thirty-four wells on an existing 2560-acre spacing unit described as Sections 6, 7, 18 and 19, T.151N., R.94W., Clarks Creek-Bakken Pool,McKenzie County, ND, eliminating ....In case that's hard to read:
- 16 wells on an existing 1280-acre unit;
- 34 wells on an existing 1440-acre spacing unit;
- 34 wells on an existing 1920-acre unit; and,
- 34 wells on an exsiting 2560-acre unit.
Again, a lot of stuff from today needs to be cleaned up; I will try to find time on the weekend. I assume there are a lot of typographical errors.
If you see errors, let me know. Please feel free to send comments, but I won't get to them until sometime this weekend.