Monday, May 12, 2014

Why I Love To Blog -- Reason #24,832 -- Anschutz Resurfaces In North Dakota: A Huge "Shout-Out" To All The Mineral Owners In Slope County, "Good Luck -- May The Tyler Be With You!"

Just last week a couple of us conjectured that Anschutz was about to "re-surface" in North Dakota -- and indeed it has. I have to give credit to Don for anticipating this when he sent me the note last week. See new permits below.

Active rigs:

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A summary for Friday's daily activity report was also completed (NDIC did not post Friday's report until today). 

Ten (10) new permits  --
  • Operators: BR (4), Enduro (2), American Eagle, Oasis, Whiting, Anschutz
  • Fields: Croff (McKenzie), Blue Buttes (McKenzie), Johnson Corner (McKenzie), Mohall (Bottineau), Golgan (Divide), Baker (McKenzie), Sanish (Mountrail)
  • Comments: 28350, Anschutz has a permit for a wildcat in Slope County; 29-134-104; Jacobson 1-29-134-104.
Wells coming off the confidential list were posted earlier; see sidebar at the right.

One (1) producing well was completed:
  • 25041, 3,128, QEP, Lawlar 4-5-8BH, Grail, t4/14; no production data yet;
And, again, the readers came through! A big "thank you" -- anticipating Anschutz in the Tyler -- this has to be exciting. Some folks may recall that it was Anschutz who discovered a great field in the Bakken back in 2010. 

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