Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Nine (9) Wells Coming Off Confidential List Thursday -- April 15, 2015

Six (6) new permits --
  • Operators: Whiting (4), Enerplus (2)
  • Fields: Epping (Williams), Stockyard Creek (Williams), Eagle Nest (McKenzie
  • Comments:
Active rigs:

Active Rigs91183186206174

Wells coming off the confidential list:
  • 26043, drl, CLR, Kuhn Federal 4-12H1, Camp, no production data,
  • 28135, drl, WPX, Edward Flies way 7-8-9HB, Van Hook, no production data,
  • 28428, 2,070, Whiting, Good Shepherd 21-15-2H, Rawson, t10/14; cum 50K 2/15;
  • 28429, 2,318, Whiting, Good Shepherd 21-15H, Rawson, t10/14; cum 54K 2/15;
  • 28913, 1,711, Hess, EN-VP And R-154-94-2536H-1, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 29K 2/15;
  • 29017, drl, XTO, Johnson Federal 11X-5F, Siverston, no production data,
  • 29033, 1,583, CLR, Hayes 3-6H1, Crazy Man Creek, 4 sections, t2/15; cum --
  • 29527, dry, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-7, Sandrocks, no production data,
  • 29644, drl, XTO, Brian 21X-15B, Tioga, no production data,
One (1) producing well completed:
  • 28383, 302, CLR, Flicker 1-28H1, Juno, t3/15; cum --
Oasis temporarily abandoned one well in process of converting it to a SWD well:
  • 20968, TA, Oasis, Schmidt 5602 42-10H, Bonetrail, it looks like a problem with the well after cementing; decided simply to convert it to a SWD well


 28913, see above, Hess, EN-VP And R-154-94-2536H-1, Alkali Creek:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Rise Less Than Expected

Reuters is reporting:
Oil prices rallied and U.S. crude jumped nearly 6 percent to a 2015 peak on Wednesday after government data showed crude oil inventories in the United States rose less than expected last week.
Though hitting a record level for a 14th consecutive week, U.S. crude inventories rose only 1.3 million barrels to 483.69 million, the smallest build since the week ending Jan. 2, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday.
That build was below expectations for a 4.1 million barrel rise in a Reuters survey of analysts.
One wonders if the EIA includes storage in the myriad new tanks around Williston. It's hard for me to believe that oil companies would go out of their way to account for all stored oil. 

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