Thursday, January 2, 2014

Shares Of Bakken Operators Plunge After Government Warning

Reuters via Rigzone is reporting:
Shares of Whiting Petroleum Corp , Continental Resources Inc and other top crude oil producers in the Bakken shale formation plunged on Thursday after the U.S. government said oil produced there may be extra flammable. The warning came three days after a BNSF train carrying crude oil collided in eastern North Dakota with another train carrying grain. 
The resulting explosion led to the temporary evacuation of a nearby town and added to the growing concern about the safety of oil-by-rail shipments. Last July a runaway oil train, which originated in North Dakota, derailed and exploded in a small Quebec town, killing 47 people.
Oil extracted from the Bakken, a vast rock formation underneath North Dakota and Montana, "may be more flammable than traditional heavy crude oil," the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, said on Thursday.
Whiting & Continental, the largest Bakken producers, saw their shares fall more than 3.5 percent after the announcement. Shares of Oasis Petroleum Inc, Kodiak Oil & Gas Corp and Northern Oil & Gas Inc saw similar drops.
Crude oil prices also fell, contributing to the decline. The U.S. government's warning should come as no surprise considering refineries and other oil buyers value the high energy content of Bakken crude oil, said Ron Ness, the head of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, a trade group for oil producers. "I don't think there's any surprise that Bakken crude oil is the highest quality crude oil available and it has more of those high-end components that you're looking for in a top-shelf crude oil," Ness said.
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A Watershed Decade?

I started out the day reading about the legalization of marijuana in Colorado with expectations that before the decade is out, marijuana will be legal across the United States.

At midday I read more about the Obamacare debacle. 

At dusk I read that more than half of the women in the US Marines were unable to pass the new physical fitness plan as part of the process to move women into combat positions. The women were unable to do three pull-ups, the minimum required. [From wiki: The minimum a 17 to 26 year old male Marine must complete are 3 pull-ups, 50 crunches, and a 28 minute 3-mile run.]

Twenty-Eight (28) Pages Of Hess Wells Transferred To Hess Bakken Investments II, LLC -- January 2, 2014

Active rigs: 183

Today's NDIC daily activity report may have set some sort of record. Normally, the daily activity report runs 1 to 3 pages. A six-page report is very, very long. Today's daily activity report runs to 29 pages.

Seven (7) new permits --
  • Operators: Emerald Oil (4), EOG (2), MRO
  • Fields: Charbonneau (McKenzie), Parshall (Mountrail), Reunion Bay (Mountrail)
  • Comments:
Wells coming off the confidential list were reported earlier; see sidebar at the right.

Two (2) producing wells were completed:
  • 26192, 501, Sequel, Hove 11-21H-2128-15895-TF, McGregor, t12/ 13; no production data,
  • 26193, 1,067, Sequel, Morris 11-21H-0916-15895-MB, McGregor, t9/13; no production data,
The reason for a 29-page NDIC daily activity report today was the fact that it took about 28 pages to list all the wells that were being transferred from Hess Corporation to Hess Bakken Investments II, LLC. You almost wonder if a reader was correct, suggesting that Hess maybe getting their ducks in order to sell off their Bakken assets. Just thinking out loud. The chronology of Hess Bakken Investments II, LLC, is posted here. I'm not going to count them but if there are about 55 wells per page, that works out to over 1500 wells.

Wells coming off the confidential list tomorrow:
  • 24378, 515, CLR, Barney 5-29H-2, Brooklyn, t9/13; cum 29K 11/13;
  • 24945, drl, XTO, Sorkness State 24X-36A, Sorkness, producing, a nice well,
  • 25001, drl, SM Energy, Annie 12-18H, Poe, a nice well,
  • 25373, 402, American Eagle, Elbert State 16-36-164-101, Colgan, t9/13; cum 15K 11/13;
  • 25426, drl, Hess, EN-Nelson 155-94-3328H-3, Alkali Creek, no production data,
  • 25721, drl, XTO, Strommen 44X-7D, Killdeer, producing, a nice well,
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J. Paul Getty Biography

Seeing the 28 pages of wells being transferred from Hess Corporation to Hess Bakken Investments II, LLC, reminds me of a story J Paul Getty told in his biography As I See It. The Gettys, father and son, back in 1923, were involved only in oil exploration and production, but always thought about becoming an integrated, well-to-consumer oil company at a cost "within their resources." The stock market crash in 1929 did not affect the Gettys but shares in publicly-held companies provided an opportunity to purchase assets at unbelievable bargain prices. For every dollar spent, one could buy $20 worth of assets. 

J P Getty's dad died in 1930 (age 75); his mother and his father's executors were too timid to take advantage of the situation, so J Paul Getty decided to go out on his own, using his own capital. In 1932, he was 39 years old.

J Paul Getty set his sights on a California oil driller, the Tidewater Associated Oil Company; it took him twenty years to obtain clear-cut numerical control of this company.

The president and board chairman of Tidewater did not want to be bought out, nor did the Tidewater board of directors, so they fought J Paul Getty's overtures.

It turned out that the controlling interest of Tidewater actually belonged to Standard Oil of New Jersey (J D Rockefeller). When he learned that, Getty knew it would be all but impossible to buy Tidewater. But he had sunk so much money into buying shares in the company he had no choice but to continue to try.

One day, he got a call from an intermediary telling him that Standard Oil of New Jersey had transferred the company's Tidewater shares to a holding company in Nevada called Mission Corporation. The company planned to re-distribute Mission Shares to all Standard Oil shareholders. The shares would be dispersed so broadly it would be impossible for Getty to buy the company.

The intermediary told Getty that although Standard Oil of New Jersey had transferred the company shares, Rockefeller himself still had his Tidewater shares and was willing to sell them to a buyer.

Rockefeller was out of the loop. No one had told him why the company was transferring Tidewater shares to Mission Corporation.

The intermediary bought Rockefeller's Tidewater shares on Getty's behalf. By the time Rockefeller found out what had happened, Getty had the shares. Getty then let it be known that Rockefeller sold his Tidewater shares, suggesting that if Rockefeller didn't want to own shares in Tidewater / Mission Corporation, maybe no one would want their shares, and would be willing to sell them. The ruse worked.

Lawsuits ensued, but Getty won the day. He had controlling interest of Mission Corporation but not full control of Tidewater; that would not occur until 1952.

The Standard Oil - Tidewater - Mission Corporation played out during the 1930's.

In 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. J Paul Getty sent a telegram to his personal friend James Forrestal, the assistant secretary of the navy, asking to enlist. He was 49.

Getty and Forrestal met to discuss the issue. Forrestal said that Getty would not be allowed sea duty.

It so happened that Forrestal knew of Getty's relationship with Mission Corporation and Tidewater.

At the time Standard Oil was trying to hold control of Tidewater through Mission Corporation, the Standard Oil management overlooked the fact that Mission Corporation also held a 57% interest in Skelly Oil Company, a large midcontinent oil company headquartered in Tulsa.

By gaining control of Mission, Getty also gained control of Skelly.

Among its many holdings, Skelly owned the Spartan Aircraft Corporation.

Spartan had two divisions: a) training pilots; and, b) manufacturing aircraft components. Both divisions were in bad shape. The Navy put Getty in charge of Spartan and he turned the company around.

Spartan was under contract to train air cadets for the US military, the Royal Air Force (British), and the Royal Canadian Air Force.

At the height of the Pacific campaign, Getty was training thousands of pilots and delivering aircraft components to Grumann, Douglas, Boeing, Lockheed, and other prime contractors.

After V-J Day, Getty stayed on at Spartan to oversee the conversion of operations into peacetime manufacturing of house trailers and mobile homes, desperately needed for all the returning troops and the coming post-war boom. 

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Another Hit Album For Norah?

It's hard to say. The music may appeal to a narrow audience, but that audience may be a bit bigger than I realize. It is playing in Starbucks right now, and in some Starbucks the CD is available for sale. It was playing at the Barnes and Noble at The Grove/Farmers Market, Los Angeles, tonight, but the CD, interestingly enough, was not available. (I posted this video yesterday, I believe, but am posting it again.)

From wiki:
Foreverly is a collaborative album by Billie Joe Armstrong, best known as lead singer and guitarist of Green Day, and jazz/pop singer-songwriter Norah Jones.
It was released on November 25, 2013 through Reprise Records. Foreverly is a collection of traditional songs, and is a reinterpretation of the 1958 album Songs Our Daddy Taught Us by The Everly Brothers.It is promoted by the lead single "Long Time Gone". A lyric video for the song was released on November 13, 2013, and was followed by the release of a music video for "Silver Haired Daddy of Mine" five days later. 

Foreverly, Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones

More Active Rigs In North Dakota Today Than One Year Ago; Surprises From 25 Years Of Covering The Economy

Update on the most recent derailment: Both tracks are now open west of Casselton, North Dakota, where the most recent derailment occurred. I am always impressed with how fast they can get these tracks back up and operational. Huge kudos to the workers in sub-zero weather. 

Active rigs:


1/2/201401/02/201301/02/201201/02/201101/02/2010
Active Rigs18618319715673


RBN Energy: Top 10 energy prognostications (and a look-back at last year's prognostications).

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Apple on top. Mac Rumors is reporting:
Apple's iPhone was the only smartphone to gain mobile web traffic share in North America during the holidays, according to a new report from analytics firm Chitika, suggesting that the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c were popular with consumers over the holiday season.

The iPhone saw a 1.8 percent jump in web traffic from the period between December 20 and December 29, while other smartphone manufacturers experienced no gains or a slight loss in traffic share. Overall, the iPhone has a 54.3 percent share of total mobile web traffic, far above its closest competitor Samsung, which has a 23.7 percent share.
And Apple tablets are even farther ahead. When I read all the stories about other tablets, I assume the competition is close (which does not go along with what I observe while out and about -- it seems 99% of all tablets I see are iPads):
Despite its minor share loss, the iPad remains the most popular tablet, comprising 76.1 percent of all mobile web traffic in North America. Apple's closest competitor, Amazon, has a 9.4 percent share, while Microsoft and Samsung come in at 2.3 and 5.9 percent. 
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Unemployment, first time claims: drop 2,000 to 339,000. The much less volatile, and therefore much more meaningful four-week average actually rose 8,500 to 357,250.

Nearly 4.5 million people have received some form of unemployment benefits in the most recent week for which data is available; that's 180,000 more than the previous week.

[Incidentally, 4.5 million is almost exactly the number of folks who have had their health insurance policies canceled due to Obamacare. Obama supporters say the number is closer to 4 million; Tea Party folks say the number is closer to 4.7 million. The administration says maybe as many as 1.1 million folks enrolled in ObamaCare at the federal website. How many actually pay that first premium is the 800-pound gorilla siting in the ER waiting room this morning.]

Chicago sees greatest snowfall in 15 years. CBS Chicago is reporting:
The winter storm is the biggest to hit Chicago on New Year’s Day since 1999. As of midnight Wednesday night, 5.1 inches had fallen at O’Hare International Airport. The northern suburbs were hit hardest, with around a foot in much of Lake County — 13.8 inches in Libertyville, 12.4 in Beach Park, and 12.3 in Gurnee.
Do you all remember that headline in The (London Independent in 2000? Snowfalls are a thing of the past. Patrick Kennedy and others were concerned their children (or grandchildren or somebody's children) would never see snow in the future. Fly 'em out to Chicago (if the runways are clear.)

NYC snow warning. Boston: up to 14 inches. It looks like the Kennedy children or grandchildren won't have to go far to see snow - a "thing of the past." LOL.

Yes, had it not been for the Drudge Report, I would not have known that the ship ice-bound-and stranded-in-the-Antarctic was a research ship looking for evidence of global warming during the summer at the South Pole. The press seldom mentioned "global warming" in their reporting.

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The Wall Street Journal

Top story: ObamaCare -- an uneasy launch. Whether you want to read the story or not, there are two interactive graphics at the link that are outstanding: an immediate return of the lowest cost bronze health care plan in every county in the United States, as well as a graphic link to your state's health exchange.

A nice analysis by David Wessel on the surprises from 25 years of covering the economy.  Four surprises stand out:
  • that the American middle class has not done better
  • that China has done so well
  • that 9/11 didn't have a longer-lasting harmful economic impact
  • that the US was so vulnerable to a financial shock
If you have time to read just one story today, this might be it.

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Fight begins for US crude oil exports. Won't happen in my investing lifetime, but just the fact that the discussion has begun reminds folks how incredible the Bakken is, was, and will be. Amen.

Top story, second page: crude-oil impurities probed in recent Bakken oil rail blasts.

For US drillers, the days of easy money end. Watch for merger and acquisition activity.

Asian refiners get squeezed by US energy boom. Previously posted.

The Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles city employees get the last 5.5% raise, part of a 25% increase in pay since 2007under a contract city leaders have come to regret. (The current pay raise is one thing; how it affects future pensions is the real problem.)

Next phase of Obamacare battle: dueling personal stories. The debate could determine who controls the US Senate in 2015.

Tablets, Facebook beat smartphones, Pinterest in holiday sales.
Online sales swelled 10.3% this holiday season compared with the same period in 2012, with massive surges in mobile use, according to the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark.
During the fourth quarter, mobile traffic made up nearly 35% of all online visits, up 40% from last year, according to IBM. Nearly 17% of digital sales originated from mobile devices, a 46% upswing year over year.
Major shopping days such as Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday all enjoyed record online sales, as shoppers were lured by increasingly attractive Internet-exclusive promotions and free shipping deals.
On Christmas Day alone, online sales surged 16.5% from the same holiday last year.
Online sales swelled 10.3% this holiday season compared with the same period in 2012, with massive surges in mobile use, according to the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark.
During the fourth quarter, mobile traffic made up nearly 35% of all online visits, up 40% from last year, according to IBM. Nearly 17% of digital sales originated from mobile devices, a 46% upswing year over year.
Major shopping days such as Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday all enjoyed record online sales, as shoppers were lured by increasingly attractive Internet-exclusive promotions and free shipping deals.
On Christmas Day alone, online sales surged 16.5% from the same holiday last year.
Traffic to retailers from smartphones made up 21.3% of all online visits -- double tablets’ 12.8% share. But when it came to sales, orders from tablets constituted 11.5% of the total online pie, compared with 5% from smartphones.
Shoppers using tablets spent an average of $118.09 per order, according to IBM. Those on smartphones shelled out $104.72 per order.
The per-order amount from shoppers referred to retailers by Pinterest was $109.93 -- outpacing the $60.48 amount from consumers following a trail from Facebook.
But Facebook managed to successfully convert visits into sales 3.5 times more often than Pinterest did, according to IBM.
My younger daughter had to explain to me what "Pinterest" was. LOL.
 
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A Note to the Granddaughters

I've finished reading the Salinger biography by David Shields and Shane Salerno. We recently visited the Getty Museum -- perhaps our favorite museum in the Los Angeles area -- and picked up two autobiographies by (of?) J Paul Getty. It is fun to read the passage about his parents decision on where to live when they moved to southern California in February (think winter), 1905.
We left Minneapolis in February 1905. After looking over San Diego (Father thought it too small a town), La Jolla (it was remote and isolated), Santa Monica (a straggly seaside hamlet) and some other towns, my parents concluded that they liked Los Angeles best. Although we once more returned to Minneapolis ... in 1906 we moved to Los Angeles permanently.
My father bought a corner plot on Wilshire Boulevard at Kingsley Drive. He had a large Tudor-style house built. It became our new home.
It is now a business district. We drove right past it about a week ago after visiting the Petersen Automotive Museum which is about a mile west of Wilshire and Kingsley, it appears. A huge Roman Catholic Church, St Basil, sits on the northwest corner of the intersection. This would be in the area of Wilshire's Miracle Mile.  

New Wells Reporting --1Q14 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA

Data for 4Q13: 4Q13
Data for 3Q13: 3Q13
Data for 2Q13: 2Q13
Data for 1Q13: 1Q13
Data for 4Q12: 4Q12
Data for 3Q12: 3Q12
Data for 2Q12: 2Q12
  Data for 1Q12: 1Q12   
Data for 4Q11: 4Q11 
Data for 3Q11: 3Q11 
Data for 2Q11: 2Q11 
 Data for 1Q11: 1Q11  
 Data for 2H10: 2H10  
Through 1H10: 1H10

Permit/file number, IP, operator, well name, oil field, date tested, cumulative production to date, comments.

Monday, March 31, 2014
None.

Sunday, March 30, 2014
21708, 2,808, BR, Franklin 44-36MBH, Little Knife, t2/14; cum 262K 3/19; a little jump after coming back online after being off line for about two months, 3/19;
25731, 2,291, Whiting, Edie 41-13HR, Timber Creek, t10/13; cum 206K 3/19;
25829, 2,088, BR, Sunline 21-1MBH-5SH, Clear Creek, t5/14; cum 231K 3/19;
26072, 928, Hess, BL-Iverson 155-95-1819H-4, Beaver Lodge, 4/14; cum 154K 3/19;
26163, 1,200, WPX, Brunsell 9-4HB, Van Hook, t12/13; cum 388K 3/19; two Brunsell wells are very nice wells; the third one needs to be re-fracked; #18630, #26163, #26164)
26463, 1,169, MRO, Reed 24-35TFH, Reunion Bay, t3/14; cum175K 3/19;

Saturday, March 29, 2014
26080, TA/77, Resource Energy Can-Am, LLC/American Eagle, Braelynne 2-2N-163-101, Colgan, t4/14; cum 12K 9/15; IA;

Friday, March 28, 2014
23862, 2,633, Equinor/Statoil, Hovde 33-4 3H, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum 215K 3/19;
25792, TA, Whiting, Wirtzfeld 21-24H, a Red River well, Camel Hump, no production data,
25830, 1,488, BR, Rising Sun 21-1TFH-4NH, Clear Creek, t5/14; cum 201K 3/19;
26071, 860, Hess, BL-Iverson 155-95-1819H-5, Beaver Lodge, t4/14; cum 170K 3/19;
26360, 1,810, XTO, Rink 13X-4F, Garden, t4/14; cum 172K 3/19; just taken off line 2/19;

Thursday, March 27, 2014
23861, 3,340, Equinor/Statoil, Hovde 33-4 3H, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum 212K 3/19;
24559, 932, Kraken Development III/Kaiser-Francis/Fidelity, Purcell 3-4-33H, Sanish, t10/13; cum 157K 3/19;
26206, 1,077, Petro-Hunt, Sherven Trust 153-95-27B-2H, Charlson, t1/14; cum 306K 3/19; not re-fracked; no obvious explanation;
26315, 1,107, XTO, Kanyer 11X-15E, Grinnel, t5/14; cum 68K 12/18; -- lousy well;

Wednesday, March 26, 2014
24491, 1,113, CLR, Durham 5-2H, North Tobacco Garden, t3/14; cum 267K 12/18;
25831, 1,872, BR, Sunline 21-1TFH-4SH, Clear Creek, t6/14; cum 212K 12/18;
26007, 2,592, BR, Archer 24-25TFH, Charlson, t2/13; cum 385K 12/18;
26314, 1.423, XTO, Kanyer 11X-15A, Grinnell, t4/14; cum 100K 12/18;

Tuesday, March 25, 2014
25170, 397, Baytex, Pulv 32-29-162-99H 1NC, Ambrose, t10/13; cum 128K 12/18;
26006, 2,928, BR, Archer 24-25MBH, Charlson, t2/14; cum 490K 12/18;
26033, 626, Cornerstone, Hinds C-0631-6190, Northeast Foothills, t4/14; cum 112K 12/18;
26361, 1,725, XTO, Rink 13X-4B, Garden, t5/14; cum 232K 12/18;

Monday, March 24, 2014
24490, 1,681, CLR, Durham 4-2H, North Tobacco Garden, t3/14; cum 357K 12/18;
24517, 992, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-4, Bear Creek, t7/14; cum 289K 12/18;
26256, 48, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-24-13H-1, Alexandria, t11/13; cum 179K 12/18;
26313, 681, XTO, Kanyer Federal 11X-15F, Grinnell, t51/4; cum 66K 12/18; the Kanyer wells are lousy; Grinnell oil field;

Sunday, March 23, 2014
24421, 562, QEP, MHA 5-32-31H-150-90, Deep Water Creek Bay, t1/14; cum 162K 12/18;
25353, 872, Oasis, Link 13-24HTF, Foreman Butte, t11/13; cum 135K 12/18;
26032, 1,781, Whiting/KOG, P Earl Rennerfeldt 154-99-1-3-27-2H3, Epping, t3/14; cum 158K 12/18;
26069, 1,704, BR, Big Jon 11-2MBH-ULW, Camel Butte, t8/14; cum 222K 12/18;
26464, 1,857, MRO, Kimball 14-35TFH, Reunion Bay, 3/14; cum 212K 12/18;

Saturday, March 22, 2014
24921, 188, Slawson, Jeriyote 6-5-32TFH, Big Bend, t6/14; cum 242K 4/18;
25979, 2.412, XTO, Inga Federal 41X-29D, Haystack Butte, t51/4; cum 7K 5/14;
26016, 2,084, MRO, Schaefer 34-23TFH, Chimney Butte, t2/14; cum 179K 4/18;
26031, 1,841, Whiting/KOG, P Earl Rennerfeldt 154-99-1-3-10-15H3, Stockyard Creek, t3/16; cum 156K 12/18;
26136, 1,041, SM Energy, Elery 1-13H, Poe, t6/14; cum 27K 9/14;
26312, 1,350, XTO, Kanyer Federal 11X-15B, Grinnell, t5/14; cum 114K 4/18;

Friday, March 21, 2014
21644, 357, Whiting/KOG, Wildrose 159-97-13-8-20-13H3, Corinth, t12/13; cum 72K 12/18;
24419, 667, QEP, MHA6-32-31H-150-90,  Deep Water Creek Bay, t1/14; cum 151K 12/18;
24516, 881, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-3, Bear Creek, t6/14; cum 37K 7/14;
26056, dry, Whiting, Schaal 41-7, no "H" designation, Beach, a Deadwood well, no production data,
26082, 1,512, BR, Big Bend 11-2TFH, Camel Butte, t8/14; cum 141K 12/18;

Thursday, March 20, 2014
25976, 1,976, Whiting/KOG, P Vance 154-97-4-17-2-14H, t2/14; cum 149K 4/18;
26030, 2,008, Whiting/KOG, P Earl Rennerfeldt 154-99-1-3-27-1H, t3/14; cum 212K 4/18;
26135, 705, SM Energy, Doris 1X-13H, t1/14; cum 9K 1/14;
26252, 734, Newfield, Eide 150-99-7-6-2H, t1/14; cum 14K 1/14;

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
22109, 1,106, WPX, Mary R Smith 5-8HX, Van Hook, t12/13; cum 32K 1/14;
24515, 1,317, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-2, Bear Creek, nt6/14; cum 56K 7/14;
24920, 530, Slawson, Hunter 6-8-17TFH, Big Bend, t6/14; cum 23K 7/14;
25705, 321, North Plains, Solberg 160-101-28-33-21-3A-1H, Sioux Trail, t2/14; cum 18k 5/14;
25706, 371, North Plains, Solberg 160-101-21-16-13B-1H, Sioux Trail, t2/14; cum 25K 51/4;
25714, 137, Murex, Holice 2-11H, Writing Rock, t11/13; cum 15K 1/14;
25975, 1,701, KOG, P Vance 154-97-4-17-20-13H3A, Truax, t2/14; cum --
25980, 1,611, XTO, Inga Federal 41X-29H, Haystack Butte, t5/14; cum 5K 5/14;

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
25642, 530, Lime Rock/OXY USA, State Brian Sadowsky 2-3-10H-142-97, Willmen, t9/13; cum 96
K 4/18;
26029, 2,492, KOG, P Earl Rennerfeldt 154-99-1-3-27-1H, Stockyard Creek, t3/14; cum 205K 4/18;
26081, 2,304, BR, Big Bend 11-2MBH, Camel Butte, t7/14; cum 8K 7/14;
26251, 1,167, Newfield, Eide 150-99-7-6-3H, Tobacco Garden, t1/14; cum 13K 1/14;
26369, 569, CLR, Palahniuk 1-1H, Whitetail, t1/14; cum 6K 1/14;
 
Monday, March 17, 2014 -- Happy St Patrick's Day
25424, 1,196, XTO, Alice 44X-34G, Siverston, t2/14; cum --
25530, drl, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 2H, Springbrook, no production data,
25974, 1,155, KOG, P Vance 154-97-4-17-20-13H, Truax, t3/14; cum 24K 5/14;
25981, 1,461, XTO, Inga Federal 41X-29C, Haystack Butte, t51/4; cum 6K 51/4;
26084, 596, HRC, Quarne 2-21-16, Strandahl, t11/13; cum 16K 1/14;
26150, TA, Corinthian, Corinthian Brenden 1-28 1H, Haram, a Spearfish well, no production data, noted to be SI/NC 4/17;

Sunday, March 16, 2014
22108, 1,614, WPX, Mary R Smith 5-8HW, Van Hook, t12/13; cum 28K 1/14;
24884, 485, Fidelity, Carol 43-29H, Stanley, t9/13; cum 21K 1/14;
25131, 1,433, Whiting, Jurgens 34-12PH, Fryburg, t9/13; cum 54K 1/14;
25132, 1,341, Whiting, Jurgens 44-12PH, Fryburg, t8/13; cum 51K 5/14;
25133, 835, Whiting, Jurgens 41-13PH, Gaylord, t8/13; cum 46K 5/14;
25253, 1,908, EOG, Parshall 35-0509H, Parshall, Bakken, 1,920 acres; 59 stages; 18 million lbs; t10/13; cum 108K 1/14; 
25605, 1,686, EOG, Fertile 52-3332H, Parshall, Bakken, 31 stages, 9.5 million lbs; 1,280 acres; t10/13; cum 71K 1/14;
26128, 413, CLR, Perch 1-30H1, Park, t3/14; cum 12k 5/14;
26132, 786, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-0718H-3, Big Gulch, t2/14; cum 55K 5/14;

Saturday, March 15, 2014
23781, 234, Petro-Hunt, Carlson 159-94-4B-9-2H, North Tioga, t1/14; cum 4K 1/14;
24270, 2,452, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-3B-10-5H, McGregory Buttes, t4/14; cum 47K 5/14;
25364, 340, OXY USA, Evelyn Kary 2-22-15H-144-97, Cabernet, 32 stages; 2.6 million lbs; t12/13; cum 15K 1/14;
25470, 1,144, Whiting, Privratsky 14-22PH, Bell, t9/13; cum 41K 1/14;
25471, 1,236, Whiting, Privratsky 24-22PH, Bell, t9/13; cum 40K 1/14;
25538, 1,705, KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14-33-3H3, Truax, t5/14; cum 13K 5/14;
26210, 1,184, HRC, State 157-100-29A-32-3H, Marmon, t2/14; cum 189K 4/17;
26248, 986, Newfield, Eide 150-99-7-6-4H, Tobacco Garden, t1/14; cum 14K 1/14;
26339, 295, American Eagle, Erling 15-33-164-102, wildcat, t11/13; cum 12K 1/14;

Friday, March 14, 2014
24054, 1,528, Petro-Hunt, Wisness 152-96-33C-28-5H, Clear Creek, t1/14; cum 18K 1/14;
24975, 980, Whiting, Kummer 14-32H, Pleasant Hill, t9/13; cum 34K 1/14;
24976, 1,634, Whiting, Kummer 14-32-2H, Pleasant Hill, t9/13; cum 46K 1/14;
25537, 2,200, KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14-33-4HA, Truax, t5/14; cum 19K 5/14;
25762, 562, CLR, Sommerheilm 1-10H, Upland, producing, t12/13; cum 5K 1/14;
25991, 1,437, XTO, Clarence Federal 34X-7D, Haystack Butte, t6/14; cum --
26070, 2,902, BR, Big Sun 41-2MBH-ULW, Camel Butte, t5/14; cum 14K 7/14;
26131, 946, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-0718H-2, Big Gulch, t2/14; cum 66K 5/14;

Thursday, March 13, 2014
25332, 1,994, XTO, Martin Federal 21x-33E, Cedar Coulee, t6/14; cum --
25413, 838, QEP, MHA 3-10-15H-149-91, Heart Butte, t11/13; cum 11K 1/14;
25529, 1,108, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 4TFH, Springbrook, t11/14; cum 157K 4/17;
26089, 1,844, BR, Big Bend 41-2TFH, Camel Butte, t6/14; cum 1K 5/14;
26103, 547, Slawson, Goldenban 2-2-1MLH, Sanish, t3/14; cum 53K 7/14;
26211, 1,188, HRC, Moline 157-100-20D-17-3H, Marmon, t2/14; cum 48K 5/14;
26233, 534, Petro-Hunt, Tande 159-94-29D-20-5H, North Tioga, t12/13; cum 8K 1/14;

Wednesday, March 12, 2014
24029, 225, Baytex, Ebreck 33-28-162-97H 1NC, Bluffton, t10/13; cum 11K 1/14;
24271, 2,376, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-3B-10-4H, McGregory Buttes, t4/14; cum 39K 5/14;
24560, 870, Fidelity, 3 Jacks 3-4-33H, Sanish, t10/13; cum 29K 1/14;
25414, 1,701, QEP, MHA 1-10-15H-149-91, Heart Butte, t11/13; cum 30K 1/14;
25536, 2,042, KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14-33-4HA, Truax, t5/14; cum 15K 5/14;
25990, 1,311, XTO, Clarence Federal 34X-7H, Haystack Butte, t6/14; cum --
26223, dry, MRO, Rundle Trust 11-29TFH, wildcat, no production data,

Tuesday, March 11, 1014
22221, 1,379, Oasis, Innoko 5301 43-12T, Baker, t9/13; cum 26K 1/14;
23878, 570, CLR, Juneau 5-11H, Brooklyn, t3/14; cum 16K 5/14;
24706, 2.062, Oasis, Kristie 5300 13-13B, Willow Creek, t10/13; cum 65K 1/14;
25120, 1,376, Oasis, Annie 5502 43-7B, Squires, t11/13; cum 18k 1/14;
25121, 792, Oasis, Aerabelle 5502 43-7T, Squires, t11/13; cum 10K 1/14;
25309, 528, Oasis, Gasser 5892 21-30T, Cottonwood, t10/13; cum 17K 1/14;
25310, 1,023, Oasis, Harvey 5892 21-30B, Cottonwood, t10/13; cum 21K 1/14;
25535, 2,083, KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14-33-4H, Truax, t5/14; cum 22K 5/14;
25559, 338, Oasis, Domino 5002 43-11H, Foreman Butte, t11/13; cum 24K 1/14;
25571, 1,427, Oasis, Colville 5301 44-12T, Baker, t9/13; cum 22K 1/14;
25686, 251, Oasis, Demorrett 5693 43-12B, Alger, t10/13; cum 38K 1/14;
25938, 377, SM Eenrgy, Windfaldet 2-4H, Garnet, t1/14; cum 7K 1/14;
26034, 545, Oasis, Bonita 5992 42-22 2B, Cottonwood, t10/13; cum 15K 1/14;
26287, 1,934, MRO, Adam Ell 34-33H, Murphy Creek, t2/14; cum 37K 5/14;

Monday, March 10, 2014
23516, 393, Petro-Hunt, L. Hoiby 159-94-30C-19-3H, North Tioga, t12/13; cum 22K 1/14,
25528, 683, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 1H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum 207K 4/17;
25939, 683, Hess, LK-Thomas 145-97-3625H-2, Little Knife, t12/13; cum 23K 1/14;
23151, 597, Slawson, Phazor 1-1-12H, Bully, t11/13; cum 22K 1/14;

Sunday, March 9, 2014
23877, 802, CLR, Juneau 4-11H, Brooklyn, t3/14; cum 29K 5/14;
25103, 1,721, EOG, Liberty 26-1319H, Parshall, t10/13; cum 93K 1/14;
25118, 1,807, EOG, Van Hook 32-1202H, Parshall, t11/13; cum 68K 1/14;
25119, 1,222, EOG, Van Hook 31-1202H, Parshall, t11/13; cum 78K 1/14;
25238, 2,262, EOG, Fertile 50-0509H, Parshall, t9/13; cum 125K 1/14;
25333, 2,791, XTO, Martin Federal 21X-33A, Cedar Coulee, t4/14; cum 9K 5/14;
25498, 1,551, HRC, State 157-100-29A-32-2H, Marmon, t2/14; cum 54K 5/14;
25801, 2,404, HRC, Fort berthold 147-94-3B-10-7TFH, McGregory Buttes, t4/14; cum 47K 5/14;
25872, 492, Lime Rock/OXY USA, Edgar Lea Weems 1-32-29H-144-97,  Little Knife, t9/13; cum 146K 4/18;
26380, 1,371, Hess, HA-Chapin-2560-152-95-3229-3328H-1, Hawkeye, t5/14; cum 37K 5/14;

Saturday, March 8, 2014
25805, 2.054,  KOG, Koala Wold 153-97-1-5-29-2H, Banks, t3/14; cum 32K 5/14;
 
Friday, March 7, 2014
24221, 1,629, Newfield, Pittsburgh Federal 153-96-3-11H, Sand Creek, t11/13; cum 23K 1/14;
25334, 2,212, XTO, Martin Federal 21X-33F, Cedar Coulee, t4/14; cum 19K 5/14;
25452, 1,171, Whiting, Obrigewitch 41-29PH, Bell, t9/13; cum 56K 1/14;
25453, 2,027, Whiting, Obrigewitch 21-29PH, Bell, t9/13; cum 64K 1/14;
25454, 1,614, Whiting, Obrigewitch 11-29PH, Bell, at9/13; cum 57K 1/13;
25499, 707, HRC, Moline 157-100-20D-17-2H, Marmon, t2/14; cum 7K 1/14;
25540, 1,744, XTO, Clarence Federal34X-7C, Haystack Butte, t6/14; cum -- 
25804, 1,837, KOG, Koala Wold 153-97-1-5-29-1H3, Banks, t3/14; cum 29K 5/14;
26011, 1,165, Hess, HA-Chapin 152-95-3229H-5, Hawkeye, t5/14; cum 34K 5/14;
26055, 759, Hess, BW-Thelma 150-99-3031H-3, South Tobacco Garden, t1/14; cum 19K 1/14; 
26268, 469, Slawson, Walleye (Federal) 4-12-11T2F2H, Sanish, t10/13; cum 23K 1/14;

Thursday, March 6, 2014
 26052, 997, CLR, Winston 4-12H, Long Creek, t3/14; cum 41K 5/14;

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
21529, 2,015, Newfield, Pittsburgh Federal 153-96-3-2H, Sand Creek, t11/13; cum 37K 12/13;
21530, 2,058, Newfield, Pittsburgh Federal 153-96-3-3H, Sand Creek, t11/13; cum 26K 12/13;
24076, 1.096, EOG, Austin 31-2919H, Parshall, a huge well; 175K in less than five months; t9/13; cum 175K 12/13;
25526, 2,000, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-11B-14-7H, Antelope, a Sanish well, t3/14; cum 72K 6/14;
25527, 1,525, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 3TFH, Springbrook, t12/14; cum 164K 4/17;
25651, 1,179, EOG, Austin 36-0532H, Parshall, t9/13; cum 96K 12/13;
25676, 15, Whiting, Davidson 44-31H, Beach, a Red River well, t11/13; cum 2K 7/14;
25729, 570, Fidelity, Cindy 14-23H, Dickinson, t9/13; cum 32K 12/13;
25803, 1,573, KOG, Koala Wold 153-97-1-5-8-15H3, Banks, t3/14; cum 29K 5/14;
25999, 372, Oasis, Kelter 7-1HTF3, Eightmile, 4 sections, t3/14; cum --
26053, 949, CLR, Winston 5-12H1, Long Creek, t3/14; cum 33K 5/14;
26054, 768, Hess, BW-Thelma 150-99-3031H-2, South Tobacco Garden, t2/14; cum 10K 1/14;
26255, 100, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein 12-7 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t9/13; cum 1/14;

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
25335, 2,616, XTO, Martin Federal 21X-33B, Cedar Coulee, t5/14; cum 9K 5/14;
25541, 736, XTO, Clarence Federal 34X-7B, Haystack Butte, t5/14; cum 2K 5/14;
25802, 1,944, KOG, Koala Wold 153-97-1-5-9-15H, Banks, t3/14; cum 41K 5/14;
25896, 116, Denbury Onshore, CHSU 31B-27SHR 15, Cedar Hills, South Red River B, t10/13; cum 16K 12/13;
25920, 1,218, Emerald, Hot Rod 4-27-26H, Boxcar Butte, 31K as of 12/13;
26012, 1,320, Hess, HA-Chapin 152-95-3239H-4, Hawkeye, t5/14; cum 46K 5/14;

Monday, March 3, 2014
24857, 318, Fidelity, Van Hook 44-4H, Sanish, t9/13; cum 19K 12/13;
24918, 279, Slawson, Hunter 7-8-17TFH, Big Bend, t6/14; cum 38K 91/4;
25525, 2,510, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-11B-14-6H, Antelope, a Sanish well, t3/14; cum 76K 6/14;
25984, 12, Whiting, Stedman 22-30, Bonnie View, a Red River well, t12/13; cum --
26048, 1,884, BR, Capitol 24-7MBH, Westberg, t4/14; cum 17K 5/14;

Sunday, March 2, 2014
25429, 1,410, XTO, FBIR Youngbear 31X-9F, Heart Butte, t3/14; cum 15K 5/14;
25943, 553,  CLR, Anker 1-22H, Frazier, t12/13; cum 15K 12/13;
26013, 997,  Hess, HA-Chapin 152-95-3229H-3, Hawkeye, t4/14; cum 39K 5/14;
26017, 1,591,  MRO, Zimmerman 21-26TFH, Killdeer, t4/14; cum 18K 5/14;
 
Saturday, March 1, 2014
25245, 838, WPX, Elk 16-21HW, Van Hook, t11/13; cum 64K 12/13;
25371, 1,309, Petro-Hunt, Boss 154-99-18C-17-5H, Stockyard Creek, t11/13; cum 32K 12/13;
25430, 1,759, XTO, FBIR Youngbear 31X-9A, Heart Butte,t2/14; cum --
25431, 1,785, XTO, FBIR Youngbear 31X-9E, Heart Butte, t2/14; cum 27K 5/14;
25524, 2,584, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-11B-14-5H, Antelope, a Sanish well, t3/14; cum 156K 6/14;
25592, 2,348, XTO, Loomer 41X-4D, Tobacco Garden, t3/14; cum 36K 5/14;
25593, 1,342, XTO, Loomer 41X-4H, Tobacco Garden, t3/14; cum 22K 5/14;
25713, A , Murex, Deanna Marie 34-27H, Fortuna, a Three Forks well, no frack data; tn/d, cum 48K 7/14;
25715, 75, Murex, Lacey Marie 17-20H, Fortuna, t12/13; cum 6K 12/13;
25941, 109, CLR, Morner 1-23H, Fraizer, t10/13; cum 40K 12/13;
25949, 1,367, Petrogulf, Sandstrom 151-94-2HTF, Antelope, t12/13; cum 14K 12/13;
26115, 364, Hess, EN-Chamley 156-93-0508H-5, Baskin, t5/14; cum 8K 5/14;
26142, 544, Mountain Divide, Charlotte 1-12-1H, Fortuna, t11/13; cum 35K 12/13;
26305, 1,715, Newfield, Holm 150-98-8-5-4HR, Siverston, t12/13; cum 1K 12/13;  

Friday, February 28, 2014
22203, 1,430, CLR, Cuskelly 2-7H, Rattlesnake Point, t3/14; cum 34K 5/14;
25343, 730, EOG, Wayzetta 154-0605H,  Parshall, t9/13; cum 119K 12/13;
25497, 233, Baytex, Haugenoe 21-16-162-99H 1PB, Ambrose, t9/13; cum 20K 12/13;
25825, 1,751, Newfield, Holm 150-98-17-20-3H, Siverson, t1/14; cum --
25948, 2,088, Petrogulf, Sanstrom 151-94-1H, Antelope, a Sanish well,  t12/13; cum 21K 12/13;
26114, 836, Hess, EN-Chamley 156-93-0508H-4, Baskin, t5/14; cum 25K 5/14;
26123, 662, CLR, Morgan 1-29H1, Corinth, t11/13; cum 26K 12/13;

Thursday, February 27, 2014
25594, 2,285, XTO, Loomer 41X-4C, Tobacco Garden, t3/14; cum 26K 5/14;

Wednesday, February 26, 2014
25207, 2,219,  HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-27B-34-4H, Eagle Nest, t5/14; cum 21K 5/14;
25927, 1,261, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 145-97-17A-20-2H, Little Knife, t3/14; cum 40K 6/14;
26003, 99, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 4-6H, North Souris, a Spearfish well; t10/13; cum 7K 12/13;

Tuesday, February 25, 2014
24822, 1,284, Whiting, Kjelstrup Federal 11-19-1PH, Roosevelt, t8/13; cum 31K 12/13;
25208, 2,149, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-22c-15-4H, Eagle Nest, t4/14; cum 25K 5/14;
25579, 1,303, Whiting, Asbeck 34-7-1H, Harding, t8/13; cum 41K 12/13;
25602, 2,631, KOG, P Scanlan 153-98-16-9-5-5H, Truax, t3/14; cum 63K 5/14;
25783, 2,485, BR, CCU William 14-20MBH, Corral Creek, t2/14; cum --
25824, 1,248, Newfield, Holm 150-98-17-20-4, Siverston, t12/13; cum 5K 12/13;
26083, 245, CLR, Alamo 1-34H, Burg, t10/13; cum 12K 12/13;

Monday, February 24, 2014
25595, 1,967, XTO, Loomer 41X-4G, Tobacco Garden, t4/14; cum 28K 5/14;
26005, 342, Hunt Oil, Bear Butte 1-15-16H, Pembroke, t12/13; cum 6K 12/13;
26111, 286,  CLR, Major Federal 1-6H, Squaw Gap, t10/13; cum 9K 12/13;
26112, 800, Hess, EN-Chamley 156-93-0508H-2, Baskin, t4/14; cum 33K 5/14;
26113, 598, Hess, EN-Chamley 156-93-0508H-3, Baskin, t4/14; cum 22K 5/14;

Sunday, February 23, 2014
25209, 3,719, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-27B-34-5H, Eagle Nest, 32 stages, 4.8 million lbs sand/ceramic; spacing unit, 1240 acres; t4/14; cum 97K 7/14;
25473, 931, XTO, Kerbaugh 31X-4D, Beaver Lodge, t12/13; cum 3K 12/13;
25600, 2,665, KOG, P Scanlan 153-98-16-9-5-12H, Truax, t3/14; cum 54K 5/14;
25784, 1,924, BR, CCU William 14-20TFH, Corral Creek, t2/14; cum 3K 1/14;
25954, 203, American Eagle, Kent 1-3N-163-101, Colgan, t10/13; cum 14K 12/13;
25959, 732, CLR, Haffner 1-31H, Noonan, t3/14; cum 27K 5/14;

Saturday, February 22, 2014
25336, 2,129, EOG, Wayzetta 137-2226H, Parshall, t9/13; cum 216K 12/13;
25423, 2,798, XTO, Alice 44X-34H, Siverston, t2/14; cum --
25940, 56, Luff, State Miller M-16H, State Line, a Red River well, t11/13; cum 2K 12/13;
26009, dry, Newfield, Holm 150-98-8-5-4H, Siverston,

Friday, February 21, 2024:
25107, 1,824, MRO, Darcy Dirkach 44-12H, Murphy Creek, t12/13; cum 20K 12/13;
25313, 998, Hess, EN-Weyrauch A 154-93-1720H-7, Robinson Lake, t1/14; cum --
25545, 2,482, MRO, Rudolph USA 41-15TFH, Reunion Bay, t1/14; cum --

Thursday, February 20, 2024:
24055, 1,657, Petro-Hunt, Wisness 152-96-28A-33-6H, Clear Creek, t11/13; cum 44K 12/13;
25210, 2,789, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-22C-15-5H, Eagle Nest, t4/14; cum 38k 5/14;
25421, 1,597, Oasis, Link 14-23H, Foreman Butte, t10/13; cum 28K 12/13;
25698, 1.056, Hess, AN-Evenson 152-95-0310H-5, Antelope, a Sanish well, t6/14; cum 15K 5/14;
25826, 1,142, CLR, Akron 6-34H1, Siverston, t3/14; cum 40K 5/14;
26025, 1,609, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-4H, Bear Den, t11/13; cum 25K 12/13;

Wednesday, February, 19, 2014:
23736, 1,643, BR, Bryce 41-5TFH,Westberg, t10/14; cum 143K 4/17;
24902, 1,949, KOG, Smokey 3-17-20-14H, Pembroke, t1/14; cum --
25761, 1,810, MRO, Kathryn Kukla 14-34H, Murphy Creek, t12/13; cum 7K 12/13;

Tuesday, February 18, 2014:
24524, 896, SM Energy, Koeser 4X-26H, Siverston, t2/14; cum --
25259, 3,112, XTO, Bully Federal 44X-20E, Bear Den, t3/14; cum 23K 5/14;
25312, 939, Hess, EN-Weyrauch A 154-93-1720H-8, Robinson Lake, t1/14; cum 10K 1/14,
25699, 1,253, Hess, AN-Evenson 152-95-0310H-4, Antelope, a Sanish well, t5/14; cum 22K 5/14;
25827, 970, CLR, Akron 5-34H-1, Banks, t3/14; cum 43K 5/14;
26026, 2,049, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-4H, Bear Den, t11/13; cum 21K 12/13;

Monday, February 17, 2014:
24903, 1,319, KOG, Smokey 3-17-20-14H3, Pembroke, t12/13; cum -- 
25260, 2.432, XTO, Bully Federal 44X-20A, Bear Den, t3/14; cum 66K 5/14;
25417, 3,000, XTO, Rolfsrud State 14X-36F, Sand Creek, t3/14; cum 20K 5/14;
25953, dry, Fram Operating, Alexander 10-1, West Greene,  drilled about 5,000 feet; d/c'd due to poor shows;
26008, 427, Whiting, McDanold 33-11, Wildcat, 11-142-105, producing, a vertical well based on name, t10/13; cum 17K 12/13;

Sunday, February 16, 2014:
22344, 239, CLR, Metz 1-33H, Ukraina, t10/13; cum 5K 12/13;
24447, 828, SM Energy, Lucille 1X-27H, Siverston, t2/14; cum -- 
24904, 2,002, KOG, Smokey 3-17-20-14HA, Pembroke, t1/14; cum --
25151, 1,038, Whiting, Tescher State 11-25PH, Bicentennial, t8/13; cum 30K 12/13;
25157, 314, CLR, Tallahassee 3-16H, Baker, t4/14; cum 4K 5/14;
25311, 970, Hess, EN-Weyrauch A 154-93-1720H-9, Robinson Lake, t1/14; cum --
25700, 1,263, Hess, AN-Evenson 152-95-0310H-3, Antelope, a Sanish well, t5/14; cum 33K 5/14;
25992, 524, HRC, Pasternak Federal 2-2-11H, Strandahl, t10/13; cum 12K 12/13;
26027, 434, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-11H, Bear Den, t12/13; cum 4K 12/13;

Saturday, February 15, 2014:
20643, 1,816, EOG, Van Hook 104-1218H, Parshall, t11/13; cum 51K 12/13;
25056, 1,815, EOG, Van Hook 33-1218H, Parshall, t11/13; cum 54K 12/13;
25093, 745, EOG, Wayzetta 150-1509H, t8/13; Parshall, cum 158K 12/13;
25261, 2,274 XTO, Bully Federal 44X-20F, Bear Den, t3/14; cum 170K 4/18;
25401, 1,523, Whiting, Fajewski 14-12-2H, Lonesome, t8/13; cum 42K 12/13;
25402, 1,908, Whiting, Fajewski 14-12H, Lonesome, t8/13; cum 45K 12/13;
25416, 1,564, XTO, Rolfsrud State 14X-36E, Sand Creek, t2/14; cum 23K 5/14;
25666, 305, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-18-19H-1, Alexandria, t11/13; cum 4K 12/13;  

Friday, February 14, 2014
22895, 536, OXY USA, William Kubischta 2-14-11H-143-96, Fayette, t8/13; cum 37K 12/13;
22896, 592, OXY USA, Williams Kubischta 3-14-11H-143-96, Fayette, t8/13; cum 60K 12/13;
25158, 657, CLR, Tallahassee 2-16H, Baker, t4/14; cum 10K 5/14;
25701, A, Hess, AN-Evenson 152-95-0310H-2, Antelope, a Sanish well, cum 38K as of 5/14;
26004, 99, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 4-6 2H,  North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/13; cum 10K 12/13;

Thursday, February 13, 2014
24995, 93, Oasis, Remington 5992 12-26H, Cottonwood, t11/13; cum 5K 12/13,
25415, 1,509, XTO, Rolfsrud State 14X-36E, Sand Creek, t3/14; cum 17K 5/14;
25500, 1,543, KOG, Smokey 3-17-20-14H3A, Pembroke, t1/14; cum --
25520, A, Oasis, Bonita 5992 42-22H, Cottonwood, cum 26K 9/14;
25629, 935, WPX, State of ND 10-3HW, Van Hook, t11/13; cum 33K 12/13;
25667, 212, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-7-6H-1, Alexandria, t11/13; cum 11K 12/13;
25687, 1,381, Oasis, Barman 5693 43-12T, Alger, t10/13; cum 32K 12/13;
26018, 30, MRO, Young 24-23TFH, Chimney Butte, t4/14; cum --
26085, 1,862, MRO, Scott Quale USA 21-29TFH, Reunion Bay, t12/13; cum 26K 12/13;

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
23062, 455, EOG, Bear Den 101-2019H, Spotted Horn, t8/13; cum 84K 12/13;
23456, 1,476, Hess, BB-Budahn-150-95-0506H-2, Blue Buttes, t3/14; cum 93K 5/14;
25159, 541, CLR, Columbus Federal 2-16H, Baker, t5/14; cum 8K 5/14;
25734, 1,253, Whiting, Moen 41-26-2H, Timber Creek, t8/13; cum 46K 12/13;
25814, 1,256, CLR, Salers 1-27H, Antelope, a Sanish well, t5/14; cum 12K 5/14;
25907, 2.712, BR, CCU Columbian 43-1TFH, Corral Creek, t3/14; cum --

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
25908, 2,976, BR, CCU Columbian 43-1MBH, Corral Creek, t3/13; cum --
25962, 2,592, BR, Archer 34-25TFH, Charlson, t2/14; cum 3K 1/14;

Monday, February 10, 2014
23454, 1,422, Hess, BB-Budahn-150-95-0506H-3, Blue Buttes, t3/14; cum 85K 5/14;
25909, 2,880, BR, CCU Columbian 33-1TFH, Corral Creek, t3/14; cum --

Sunday, February 9, 2014
22894, 589, OXY USA, Leiss 3-23-26H-143-96, Fayette, t8/13; cum 56K 12/13;
25890, 2,887, BR, Blue Ridge 44-31TFH, Keene, t1/14, no production data,
25961, 2,880, BR, Archer 44-25MBH,  Charlson, t2/14; cum 9K 1/14;

Saturday, February 8, 2014
24835, 1,473, CLR, Bice Federal 3-32H,  Chimney Butte, 4 secs, t12/13; cum 11K 12/13;
25910, 2,544, BR, CCU Columbian 33-1MBH, Corral Creek, t2/14; cum 7K 1/14;
 
Friday, February 7, 2014
22893, 813, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Leiss 2-23-26H-143-96, Fayette, t8/13; cum 163K 4/17;
24536, 711, HRC, Poeckes 1-15-22H, Climax, t9/13; cum 16K 12/13;
25374, 1,414, EOG, Austin 39-3204H, Parshall, t9/13; cum 123K 12/13;
25627, 274, CLR, Kidd 1-19H1,  Bluffton, t10/13; cum 9K 12/13;

Thursday, February 6, 2014
23061, 1,206, EOG, Bear Den 23-2019H, Spotted Horn, 4 sections, t8/13; cum 128K 12/13;
24254, 1,800, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-7D-6-3H, Four Bears, t3/14; cum 106K 5/14;
24407, 1,415, Hess, BB-Budahn 150-95-0506H-5, Blue Buttes, t3/14; cum 77K 5/14;
24772, 417, Petro-Hunt, Tande 154-94-29D-20-4H, North Tioga, t12/14; cum 3K 12/13;
26000, 1,700, Oasis, Kelter 7-1H2, Eightmile, t3/14; cum 17K 5/14;

Wednesday, February 5, 2014
24053, 892, Petro-Hunt, Wisness 152-96-33C-28-5H, Clear Creek, t1/14; cum --
24320, 581, CLR, Raymo 5-31H, Dolphin, t3/14; cum --
25376, 526, Fidelity, Kubas 12-1H,  New Hradec, t8/13; cum 32K 12/13;
25451, 381, Baytex, Twin Butte 17-20-162-99H 1BP, Ambrose, t8/13; cum 37K 12/13;
25887, 2,834, BR, Blue Ridge 24-31MBH, Keene, no production data, but Blue Ridge wells are good wells; t1/14; cum --
25933, 163, Murex, Lexie Kay 31-30H, Wildcat, producing, far northwest corner of North Dakota, near Fortuna oil field/Writing Rock oil field; t9/13; cum 16K 12/13;

Tuesday, February 4, 2014
24839, 758, CLR, Dolezal 3-5H, Chimney Butte, t12K 1/14;
24862, 1,374, Whiting, Gregory Wright Federal 41-5-2H, Bully, t8/13; cum 39K 12/13;
24863, 1,305, Whiting, Gregory Wright Federal 41-5H, Bully, t8/13; cum 28K 12/13;
25106, 1,446, MRO, Darcy Dirkach 34-12H, Murphy Creek, t11/13; cum 23K 12/13;
25838, 2,413, XTO, Duke 34X-31A, Siverston, t3/14; cum 71K 7/14;
25888, 2,970, BR, Blue Ridge 24-31TFH, Keene, t1/14; cum 62K 7/14;
26086, 2,169, MRO, Chuck Quale USA 21-29H, Reunion Bay, t12/13; 20K 12/13;

Monday, February 3, 2014
24256, 2,546, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-7D-6-1H, Four Bears, t2/14; cum 153K 7/14;
24321, 835, CLR, Raymo 4-31H, Dolphin, t3/14; cum 2K 1/14;
25034, 651, Hess, LK-Thomas-145-97-3625H-4, Little Knife, t1/14;cum 21K 1/14;
25257, 1,380, Whiting, Voll 14-32-1H, Estes, t8/13; cum 33K 12/13;
25258, 1,316, Whiting, Kuykendall 34-31-1H, Estes, t8/13; cum 36K 12/13;
25544, 1,468, MRO, Rudolph 44-10TFH, Reunion Bay, t10/13; cum 43K 12/13;
25837, 1,286, XTO, Duke 34X-31E, Siverston, t3/14; cum 23K 5/14;

Sunday, February 2, 2014
25400, 2,443, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-13A-24-3H, Antelope, t11/13; cum 13K 12/13;
25507, 2,926, BR, CCU Powell 31-29MBH, Corral Creek, t2/14; cum 223K 4/18;

Saturday, February 1, 2014
23851, 63, Whiting, Davidson 12-31, Delhi, Red River well, t10/13; cum 4K 12/13;
24322, 834, CLR, Raymo 3-31H, Dolphin, t2/14; cum 5K 1/14;
24727, 220, Fidelity, Ronald 11-32H,  Stanley, t9/13; cum 29K 12/13;
24841, 954, CLR, Dolezal 4-5H, Chimney Butte, t2/14; cum 9K 1/14;
25076, 726, OXY USA, Charles Tompkins 1-31-30H-144-97, Little Knife, t8/13; cum 24K 12/13;
25836, 2,595, XTO, Duke 34X-31B, Siverston, t3/14; cum 72K 7/14;

Friday, January 31, 2014: 214
25399, 2,271, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-13A-24-4H, Antelope, Sanish, t11/13; cum 151K 6/14;
25422, 2,757 XTO, Alice 44X-34D, Siverston, t2/14; cum 58k 5/14;
25432, 720, Slawson, Mauser Federal 4-18-17TFH, North Fork; t11/13; cum 36K 12/13;
25638, dry, Petro-Hunt, Lardy 139-105-24B-3-1, wildcat (24-139-105), no production data, out in the middle of nowhere; far southwest corner of the state; 7 miles southeast of Beach;
25835, 1,601, XTO, Duke 34X-31F, Siverston, t4/14; cum 25K 5/14;


Thursday, January 30, 2014: 209
23019, 754, CLR, Sacrament 3-10H, Brooklyn, no production data,
24160, 863, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 34-10PH, Park, Three Forks, 21,478 feet; t7/13; cum 23K 11/13;
24161, 716, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 41-15PH, Park, Three Forks, 21,030 feet; t8/13; 24K 11/13;
24162, 1,327, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 44-10PH, Park, Three Forks, 21,811 feet; t7/13; cum 30K 11/13;
24848, 2,187, QEP, MHA 5-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t5/14; cum 32K 7/14;
25009, 1,614, WPX, Olson 12-1HX, Van Hook, t12/13; cum 3K 11/13;
25033, 507, Hess, LK-Thomas-145-97-3625H-4, Little Knife, no production data,
25213, 1,415, Statoil, Alger State 16-21 6TFH, Alger, no production data, 
25287, 2,109, KOG, Charging Eagle 1-14-11-2H, Twin Buttes, t12/13; cum 20K 12/13;
25760, 1,757, MRO, Williams Kukla 24-34H, Murphy Creek, t12/13; cum 130K 9/18; off line as of 10/18; jump in production 9/18;

Wednesday, January 29, 2014: 199
25212, 1,712, Statoil, Alger State 16-21 5H, Alger, t11/13; cum --
25288, 2,018, KOG, Charging Eagle 14-14-10-2H,  Twin Buttes, t12/13; cum --
25509, 2,886, BR, CCU William 34-20MBH, Corral Creek, t2/14;cum 4K 1/14;
25510, 2,766, BR, CCU William 44-20TFH, Corral Creek, t2/14; cum 4K 1/14;
25543, 1,458, Newfield, Anderson State 152-96-3H, t9/13; cum 29K 11/13;
25816, 34, Legacy, Legacy Etal Berge 5-7 2H, Spearfish, t8/13; cum 8K 11/13;

Tuesday, January 28, 2014: 193
23298, 1,351, Petro-Hunt, Boss 154-99-18C-17-4H, Stockyard Creek, t12/13; cum --
24847, 2,238, QEP, MHA 7-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t5/14; cum 54K 7/14;
25008, 1,062, WPX, Olson 12-1HC, Van Hook, t12/13; cum 5K 11/13;
25171, 406, Baytex, Pulv 31-30-162-99H 1PB, Ambrose, producing, a good well for Ambrose, Primary Target: Below Three Forks 10 Marker; t8/13; cum 34K 11/13;
25810, 130, American Eagle, Lauren 2-3N-163-101, Colgan, t11/13; cum 4K 11/13;

Monday, January 27, 2014: 188
24960, 1,442, EOG, Wayzetta 155-2636H, Parshall, a huge well, 184K in less than 5 months; t7/13; cum 185K 11/13;
25153, 297, Triangle, Dwyer 150-101-21-16-2H, Pronghorn, t8/13; cum 40K 11/13;
25154, 395, Triangle, Dwyer 150-101-21-16-3H, Pronghorn, t8/13; cum 46K 11/13;
25542, 1,820, Newfield, Anderson State 152-96-16-3H, Westberg, a short lateral drilled in less than 8 days; t9/13; cum 75K 7/14;
25924, 55, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A 155-94-2734H-5, Alkali Creek, t5/14; cum --

Sunday, January 26, 2014: 183
24846, 2,013, QEP, MHA 1-06007H-147-92, Heart Butte, t6/14; cum 38K 7/14;
25211, 1,951, Statoil, Holm 9-4-5TFH, Alger, t12/13; cum --
25246, 838, WPX, Elk 16-21HX, Van Hook, t11/13; cum 47K 1/14;
25289, 1,710, KOG, Charging Eagle 14-14-10-3H3, Twin Buttes, 4 secs, t12/13; cum --
25315, 1,041, CLR, Rehak 3-25H1, Alkali Creek, t11/13; cum 7K 11/13;

Saturday, January 25, 2014: 178
24666, 1,913, EOG, Van Hook 126-2523H, Parshall, a huge well, 222K in less than 5 months; t7/13; cum 222K 11/13;
24845, 2,736, QEP, MHA 3-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t5/14; cum 58K 7/14;
25481, 2,404, MRO, Hubbel 24-24H, Bailey, t10/13; cum 42K 11/13;
25763, dry, Oasis, Cornette Pow 5300 34-26, Willow Creek, a Birdbear well, no production data,
 
Friday, January 24, 2014: 174
22099, 863, Oasis, Yukon 5301 41-12T, Baker, t9/13; cum 8K 11/13;
24278, 436, Triangle, Triangle 15-101-36-25-6H, Rawson, t8/13; cum 55K 11/13;
24279, 478, Triangle, Triangle 150-101-36-25-5H, Rawson, t8/13; cum 52K 11/13;
24718, 226, OXY USA, James Cross 1-5-8H-143-98, Little Knife, t6/13; 19K 11/13;
25007, 929, WPX, Olson 12-1HY, Van Hook, t1/14; cum --
25230, 995, Oasis, Sara 5792 13-3B, Cottonwood, t8/13; cum 16K 11/13;
25264, 355, Oasis, Calmers Federal 6092 43-14T, Cottonwood, t10/13; cum 14K 11/13;
25339, 3,170, Oasis, Gene Zumhof 5300 11-23T, Willow Creek, t8/13; cum 35K 11/13;
25477, A, CLR, Josephine 4-17H1, Sauk, t--; cum 120K 4/17;
25680, 2,544, BR, Washburn 42-36TFH, Charlson, t1/14; cum 102K 7/14;
25892, 1,728, BR, Blue Ridge 41-30MBH ULW, Three Forks, Keene, 4 sections; no production data,
25894, 1,999, Newfield, Norby State 152-96-16-2H, Westberg, t9/13; cum 35K 11/13;
25923, 803, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A 155-94-2734H-4, Alkali Creek, t5/14; cum 14K 5/14;
25994, 1.016, Newfield, Barracuda 150-100-11-2-3HR, Sandrocks, t10/13; cum 25K 11/13;

Thursday, January 23, 2014; 160
24139, 580, Whiting, Talkington Federal 41-27PH, Park, t7/13; cum 22K 11/13;
24140, 653, Whiting, Talkington Federal 21-27PH, Park, t7/13; cum 24K 11/13;
24141, 509, Whiting, Talkington Federal 11-27PH, Park, t7/13; cum 15K 11/13;
24849, 1,661, QEP, MHA 8-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t11/13; cum 159K 1/19;
25043, 296, EOG, Burke 42-3204H, Parshall, t8/13; cum 75K 11/13;
25044, 332, EOG, Burke 41-3204H, Parshall, t8/13; cum 123K 11/13;

Wednesday, January 22, 2014: 154
22682, 912, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A-155-94-2734H-3, Alkali Creek, t6/14; cum 24K 5/14;
23311, 996, WPX, Good Bird 36-25HX, Moccasin Creek, t11/13; cum 14K 11/13;
24667, 1,173, EOG, Van Hook 19-2523H, Parshall, t7/13; cum 227K 11/13;
25679, 2,800, BR, Washburn 41-36MBH, Charlson, 30 stages; 3.2 million lbs sand/ceramic, t1/14; cum 98K 7/14;
25778, 146, Hunt, Sioux Trail 160-101-17-20H-1, Sioux Trail, t10/13; cum 11K 11/13;

Tuesday, January 21, 2014: 149
22110, 1,012, Petro-Hunt, Frderickson 160-94-33D-28-5H, North Tioga, t10/13; cum 14K 11/13;
23310, 878, WPX, Good Bird 36-25HZ, Moccasin Creek, t101/13; cum 24K 11/13;
24850, 1,619, QEP, MHA 6-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t11/13; cum 9K 11/13;
25475, 323, CLR, Josephine 2-17H1, Sauk, t4/14; cum 16K 5/14;
25531, 775, SM Energy, Meadow Valley 3-1H, West Ambrose, t12/13; cum 22K 1/14;
25678, 2,976, BR, Washburn 41-36TFH,  Charlson, t1/14; cum 426K 3/19;

Monday, January 20, 2014: 143
25485, 1,635, MRO, Kari 11-13TFH, Big Bend, t11/13;cum 254K 1/19;
25751, 56, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Schillander 5-18 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well; t9/13; cum 10K 11/13;

Sunday, January 19, 2014: 141
22687, 1,107, Hess, EN-Jeffrey-155-94-2215H-1, Alkali Creek, t4/14; cum 36K 5/14;
22918, 784, OXY USA, Matthew Schmidt 3-35-2H-144-97, Cabernet, t7/13; cum 53K 11/13;
22926, 885, OXY USA, Brew 3-13-12H-143-96, Murphy Creek, t7/13; cum 61K 11/13;
23309, 1,140, WPX, Good Bird 36-25HD, Moccasin Creek, t10/13; cum 26K 11/13;
24124, 1,248, Gadeco, Alexander 26-35-3H, Epping, t5/15; cum 73K 4/17;
24694, 129, OXY USA, Henry Kovash 2-6-7H-142-95,  Manning, no production data,
25660, 1,896, Oasis, Safely USA 5-8H, Foreman Butte, t10/13; cum 24K 11/13;

Saturday, January 18, 2014: 134
22917, 470, OXY USA, Matthew Schmidt 2-35-2H-144-97, Cabernet, t7/13; cum 103K 7/14;
23269, 1,607, EOG, Bear Den 24-1621H, Spotted Horn, t8/13; cum 96K 11/13;
24642, 42 (no typo), Murex, Jennifer Abigail 16-21H, t9/13; cum 133K 3/19;

Friday, January 17, 2014: 131
25533, 493, SM Energy, Tomlinson 3-2HS, Alexandria; t11/13; cum 38K 1/14;
25716, 112, Murex, Marcelo Manuel 32-29H, Fortuna, t8/13; cum 120K 3/19;
25905, 1,073, CLR, Jefferson 3-17H1,  Crazy Man Creek, t1/14; cum 139K 3/19; needs to be re-fracked;

25906, 724, CLR, Jefferson 4-17H, Crazy Man Creek, t12/13; cum 40K 1/14;

Thursday, January 16, 2014: 127
25304, 2,257, QEP, Paul 2-26035TH, the Helis Grail, t12/13; cum 351K 3/19; see this note;
25576, 447, Hess, EN-Riersgard 156-93-1718H-6, Alger, t12/13; cum --

Wednesday, January 15, 2014: 125
24312, 2,120, Petro-Hunt, Brenna 152-96-14A-23-7H, Clear Creek,  Clear Creek, t10/13; cum 334K 3/19;
25231, 1,115, Emerald, Slugger 1-16-21H, Wildcat/Charbonneau, northwest corner of McKenzie, near Antelope, Sather Lake; will probably be a Charboneau oil field well; t8/13; cum 70K 1/14;
25232, 1.098, Petro-Hunt/Emerald, Talon 1-9-4H, Charboneau, t8/13; cum 238K 1/19;
25346, 2,374, MRO, Abner 21-13TFH, Reunion Bay, t11/13; cum 45K 1/14;
25466, PA/148, Whiting, Williams 24-25, Wildcat, a Deadwood well, southwest corner of the state, Red River wells in this area; "a Big Island well; Red River D with top secondary interest in the Black Island Sands as well as the Red River B dolomite; TD 10 days from spud; t11/13; cum 19K 7/14;
25546, 546, Slawson, Payara 3-21H, Van Hook, t10/13; cum 22K 11/13;
25904, 951, CLR, Jefferson 5-17H, Crazy Man Creek, t1/14; cum --

Tuesday, January 14, 2014: 118
24446, 851, SM Energy, Lucille 1-27H, Siverston, t2/14; cum --
24564, 1,070, Fidelity, Frederick 3-34-33H, Sanish, t7/13; cum 50K 11/13;
25305, 2,243, QEP, Paul 2-26-35BH, Grail, t12/13; cum 393K 1/19; huge jump in 2/18;

25551, 4,434, XTO, Marlene 42X-20H, Blue Buttes, t2/14; cum 370K 4/18;
25719, 1,210, Whiting, Savannah TTT 41-26H, Sanish, t8/13; cum 52K 11/13;

Monday, January 13, 2014: 113
22357, 320, Hess, EN-Engebretson 157-94-1003H-1, White Earth, t11/13; cum 13K 11/13;
22490, 1,594, Petro-Hunt, Jonsrud 151-96-3A-10-7H, Clear Creek, t10/13; cum 48K 11/13;
23278, 2,143, QEP, Paul 1-26/35H, Grail, t1/14; cum 281K 1/19; huge jump in 3/18;

23671, 1,466, KOG, Koala 2-2-11-15H3, Poe, t6/14; no production data,
24565, 1,010, Fidelity, Mallory 3-34-33H, Sanish, t7/13; cum 59K 11/13;
25149, 539, XTO, Wallace 21X-2F, West Capa, t12/13; cum 15K 1/14;
25290, 741, KOG, Charging Eagle 14-14-24-16H3, Twin Buttes, t12/13; cum 15K 1/14;
25461, 254, CLR, Marcella 1-5H, South Meadow, t10/13; cum 11K 11/13;
25681, 2,926, BR, Sunline 31-1TFH-7SH, Clear Creek, t12/13; cum 6K 1/14;
25815, 1,351, CLR, Salers 2-27H, Antelope, t6/14; cum 4K 5/14;

Sunday, January 12, 2014: 103
22954, 622, Whiting, Dietz 11-18PH, Gaylord, t7/13; cum 17K 11/13;
24859, 1,210, Whiting, Dietz 34-7PH, Bell, t7/13; cum 45K 11/13;
24860, 1,679, Whiting, Dietz 14-7PH, Bell, t7/13; cum 36K 11/13;
24983, 2,238, Statoil, Jack Cvancara 19-18 5TFH, Alger, t4/14; cum 17K 5/14;
25262, 2,682, XTO, Bully Federal 44X-20B, Bear Den, t3/14; cum 33K 5/14;
25575, 493, Hess, EN-Riersgard 156-93-1718H-5, Alger, t11/13; cum 6K 11/13,

Saturday, January 11, 2014: 97
21999, 433, Petro-Hunt, Producers Corp 159-94-8A-17-5H, North Tioga, t11/13; cum 6K 11/13;
23672, 2,742, KOG, Koala 2-2-11-15H, Poe, t11/13; cum 55K 1/14;
24563, 821, Fidelity, Carrie 3-34-33H, Sanish, t7/13; cum 41K 11/13;
25148, 924, Whiting, Timber Creek 21-27-2H, Arnegard, t7/13; cum 55K 11/13;
25196, 677, CLR, Weisz 1-2H,  Pleasant Valley, t10/13; cum 12K 11/13;
25494, 2,265, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-15B-22-4H, Antelope, t10/13; cum 24K 11/13;
25550, 4,051, XTO, Marlene 42X-20D, Blue Buttes, t1/14; cum 437K 1/19;
25603, dry, Stephens Production, Matson 3-1, wildcat, no production data,
25682, 2,040, BR, Rising Sun 31-1TFH-7NH, Clear Creek, t5/14; cum 14K 5/14;
25851, 1,501, XTO, Wallace 21X-2A, West Capa, t12/13; cum 23K 1/14;
25952, 2,712, BR, Capitol 44-7TFH, Westberg, 2 sections, t12/13; cum 74K 7/14;  

Friday, January 10, 2014: 86
24459, 1,448, Whiting, Olson 41-18H, Pleasant Hill, t7/13; cum 84K 7/14; 
24589, 1,941, Whiting, Olson 41-18-2H, Pleasant Hill, t7/13; cum 74K 7/14;
25160, 749, CLR, Columbus Federal 3-16H, Baker, t5/14; cum 11K 5/14;
25306, 2,460, QEP, Paul 1-26-35BH, Grail, t12/13; cum 441K 1/19; huge jump 3/18;

25397, 782, Oasis, Al 5493 41-23B, Robinson Lake, t11/13; cum 11K 11/13;
25398, 2.143, Oasis, Sylvia 5493 44-23T, Robinson Lake, t11/13; cum 6K 11/13;
25574, 333, Hess, EN-Riersgard 156-93-1718H-4, Alger, t12/13; cum 10K 1/14;
25635, 82, Samson Resources, Comet 2635-1H,  Ambrose, t12/13; cum --
25683, 1,764, BR, Rising Sun 31-1TFH-6NH,  Clear Creek, t12/13; cum 4K 1/14;
25750, 54, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Shillander 5-18H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well; t9/13; cum 9K 11/13;
25951, 2,688, BR, Capitol 44-7MBH ULW, Westberg, t12/13; cum 14K 1/14;

Thursday, January 9, 2014: 75
23643, 734, Hess, SC-Mari-153-98-2223H-2, Truax, t3/14; cum 44K 5/14;
23673, 895, KOG, Koala 2-2-11-14H3, Poe, t11/13; cum 12K 1/14;
24693, IA/489, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Henry Kovash 7-6-7H-142-95, Manning, t12/13; cum 72K 9/18;  off line as of 9/18; remains offline as of 3/19;
24804, 1,031, CLR, Wahpeton 14-16H2, Banks, t5/14; cum --
25021, 518, Fidelity, Rudy 5-8H, Heart River, t7/13; cum 36K 11/13;
25052, 1,558, Oasis, Zutz 5693 44-12T, Alger, t9/13; cum 18K 11/13;
25341, 1,097, Oasis, Joseph 55-2 44-7B, Squires, t11/13; cum 4K 11/13;
25549, 3,264, XTO, Marlene 42X-20G, Blue Buttes, t2/13; cum 459K 3/19;
25634, 723, Samson Resources, Bel Air 2314-1H, Ambrose, t11/13; cum 9K 11/13;
25652, 160, Hunt, Antelope 1-17-20H, Sather Lake, t11/13; cum 9K 11/13;
25684, 2,966, BR, Sunline 31-1TFH-6SH, Clear Creek, t1/14; cum 4K 1/14;
25765, 848, CLR, Madison 5-28H, Dollar Joe, t12/13; cum 28K 1/14; 
25850, 990, XTO, Wallace 21X-2E, West Capa, t12/13; cum 11K 1/14;

Wednesday, January 8, 2014: 62
23069, 412, CLR, Victoria 1-20H, Ukraina, t9/13; cum 9K 11/13;
24253, 1,719, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-7D-6-4H, Four Bears, t3/14; cum 25K 5/14;
24408, 1,335, Hess, BB-Budahn 150-95-0506H-4, Blue Buttes, t3/4; cum 77K 5/14;
24984, 2,154, Statoil, Jack Cvancara 19-18 6H, Alger, t4/14; cum 11K 5/14;
25358, 1,519, XTO, Lundeen 31X-9C, Garden, t10/13; cum 19K 11/13;
25428, 733, Hess, EN-Nelson 155-95-3328H-5, Alkali Creek, t2/14 cum --
25614, 73, Murex, Trina Diane 15-22H,  Fortuna, t8/13; cum 24K 11/13;
25633, 174, Samson Resources, Comet 2635-3H, Ambrose, t12/13; cum 5K 1/14;
25668, 456, Mountain Divide, Olson 2-11S-1H,  Fortuna, t10/13; cum 33K 1/14;
25766, 594, CLR, Madison 4-28H1, Dollar Joe, t12/13; cum 108K 3/19;
25793, 1,119, HRC, Njos 157-100-28B-33-2H, Marmon, t8/13; cum 42K 11/13;
25886, 2,886, BR, Blue Ridge 34-31TFH, Keene, t1/14; cum 69K 7/14;
25891, 2,805, BR, Blue Ridge 44-31MBH, Keene, Bakken/Three Forks, t1/14; cum 357K 1/19;
25960, 2,312, BR, Archer 44-25TFH, Charlson, t, 1/14; cum 28K 7/14;
25993, 27, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 13-6 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t9/13; cum 28K 3/19;

Tuesday, January 7, 2014: 47
23642, 921 Hess, SC-Mari-153-98-2223H-1, Truax, t2/14, cum 190K 3/19;
25016, 420, Baytex, Marcella 1-12-161-98H 2DM, Whiteaker, t7/13; cum 33K 11/13;
25329, 2,275, MRO, LBM Tuhy USA 41-4H, Murphy Creek, t9/13; cum 185K 1/19; off line as of 1/19;

25632, 160, Samson Resources, Bel Air 2314-3H, Ambrose, t12/13; cum 2K 12/13;
25811, 922, Slawson, Jugard (Federal) 2-26-35H, Big Bend, t1/14; cum 17K 1/14;
 
Monday, January 6, 2014: 42
24215, 2,448, Oasis, Wolf 9-4H, Foreman Butte, t10/13; cum 184K 4/17;
24836, 416, CLR, Bice Federal 4-32H1,  Chimney Butte, t12/13; cum 195K 3/19;
24985, 1,831, Statoil, Jack Cvancara 19-18 7TFH, Alger, t4/14; cum 11K 5/14;
25000, 596, SM Energy, Annie 12X-18HB, Poe, t11/13; cum 27K 12/13;
25427, 822, Hess, EN-Nelson 155-94-3328H-4, Alkali Creek, t2/14 cum --
25482, 2,154, MRO, Webber 21-25H, Bailey, t10/13; cum 256K 3/19; see this note;
25631, 128, Samson Resources, Bel Air 2313-3H, Ambrose, t12/13; cum --
25664, 480, Mountain Divide, Heckman 7-6-1H, Fortuna, t9/13; cum 30K 13/13;
25767, 531, CLR, Pierre 5-21H, Dollar Joe, t12/13; cum 21K 1/14;

Sunday, January 5, 2014: 33
24532, 2,838, Petro-Hunt, Clear Creek 152-96-34A-3H, Clear Creek, t9/13; cum 203K 3/19;
25348, 1,151, MRO, Hadden 31-27TFH, Killdeer, t11/13; cum 3K 11/13; cum 153K 1/19;
25774, 2,923, BR, Aiden 31-13MBH, Haystack Butte, t9/13; cum 212K 1/19;
25812, 2,923, Slawson, Jugard (Federal) 6-26-35TFH, 29 stages; 6.9 million lbs; Big Bend, t9/13; cum 144K 4/18;

Saturday, January 4, 2014: 28
24776, 536, Baytex, Sandvol 27-34-162-98H 3XQ, Whiteaker, t7/13; cum 49K 11/13;
25003, 315, Baytex, Sandvol 22-15-162-98H 3PA, Blooming Prairie, t7/13; cum 42K 11/13;
25183, 2,764, Slawson, River Rat Federal 3-23-14H,  Four Bears, t9/15; cum 246K 1/19; interesting production profile;
25569, 2,642, QEP, Dodge 2-6-7TH, Grail, t11/13; cum 331K 1/19;
25720, 1,789, XTO, Strommen 44X-7H, Killdeer, t11/13; cum156K 1/19;
25573, 2,612, Equinor/Statoil, Alger State 16-21 7H, Alger, t10/13; cum 6K 11/13;
25630, 194, Resource Energy Can-Am/Samson Resources, Bel Air 2314-2H, Ambrose, t1/14; cum --
25720, 1,789, XTO, Strommen 44X-7H, Killdeer, t11/13; cum156K 1/19;
25768, 479, CLR, Pierre 4-21H1, Dollar Joe, t12/13; cum 126K 1/19;

Friday, January 3, 2014: 20
24378, 515, CLR, Barney 5-29H-2, Brooklyn, t9/13; cum 243K 1/19;
24945, 1,359, XTO, Sorkness State 24X-36A, Sorkness, t11/13; cum 218K 1/19; comes off line 1/19;
25001, 907, Oasis/SM Energy, Annie 12-18H, Poe, t11/13; cum 194K 1/19;
25373, 402, Resource Energy Can-Am/American Eagle, Elbert State 16-36-164-101, Colgan, t9/13; cum 103K 5/18; off line as of 5/18; 
25426, 996, Hess, EN-Nelson 155-94-3328H-3, Alkali Creek, t1/14; cum 151K 1/19;
25721, 1,863, XTO, Strommen 44X-7D, Killdeer, t11/13; cum 203K 1/19; back on line after being off line for six months;

Thursday, January 2, 2014: 14
21677, 854, Lime Rock/OXY USA, Brew 2-13-12H-143-96, t7/13; cum 212K 1/19;

23408, 43 (no typo), Hunt, Scorio 1-13-24H, t8/13; cum 145K 1/19;
25059, 1,086, Hess, BB-Chapin 151-95-0506H-4, Blue Buttes, t1/14; cum 216K 1/19; back on line; small jump in production;

25139, 1,319, Whiting, Tifft 21-18-2H, Pleasant Hill, t7/13; cum 148K 1/19;
25184, 2,317, Slawson, River Rat Federal 7-23-14TFH, Four Bears, t9/15; cum 271K 1/19;
25508, 1,202, BR, CCU Powell 41-29TFH, Corral Creek,t8/15; cum 167K 1/19; (had no production until 8/15)
24691, 291, Petro-Hunt/Baytex, Marcella 36-25-162-98H-2XD, Whiteaker, t8/13; cum 98K 1/19;
25002, 798, Oasis/SM Energy, Annie 12X-18HA, Poe, t11/13; cum 211K 1/19;
25425, 879, Hess, EN-Nelson 155-94-3328H-2, Alkali Creek, 1/14; cum 184K 1/19;
25480, 261, CLR, Malcolm 4-20H1, Sauk, t2/14; cum 133K 1/19;
25567, 2,307, QEP, Dodge 4-6-7BH, Grail, t11/13; cum 359K 1/19; comes off line 1/19; 
25572, 2,350, Statoil, Holm 9-4 6H, Alger, t11/13; cum 229K 1/19;
25658, 1,732, QEP, Ernie 4-2-11BH, Grail, t10/13; cum 283K K 1/19; needs to be re-fracked;
25659, 2,191, QEP, Ernie 3-2-11BH, Grail, t10/13; cum 292K 1/19; needs to be re-fracked;