- 537, 458/421, Hess, Lalim-Ives Unit A 1, Tioga oil field, Madison/Devonian, t3/54 (Madison) and 9/68 (Devonian); cum 152K (Madison last produced 5/68); cum 1.93 million bbls (Devonian, still producing about 500 bbls/month; as high as 1,340 bbls 11/13)
- 498, 292, Hess, Tioga-Madison Unit L-132HR, Tioga oil field, Madison, t7/54; cum 1.95 million bbls; still producing about 250 bbls/month; I can't say for sure, but it looks like this well was re-entered and a lateral was drilled in 2006;
- 443, 409, Hess, Beaver Lodge-Madison Unit S-27HR, Beaver Lodge oil field, t8/54; cum 742K 3/15; still producing about 350 bbls/month; from the file report, 7/03; total drilling days for this re-entry -- 9 days; "Amerada Hess drilled the Beaver Lodge Madison Unit S-27HR2 as a re-entry second leg horizontal well to produce a good Madison trend that is currently not being produced by horizontal technology. The vertical well bore was drilled at an earlier date to a depth of approximately 8,511 feet. The first lateral was drilled along an azimuth of 220 degrees, parallel to the fracture trend, with a vertical section of 1805 feet, approximately 1600 feet being in the Rival B1/B2 Porosity target. The second lateral was drilled along an azimuth of 170 degrees in a southeast direction for a total of 11,098 feet measured depth with a vertical section of 2466 feet in the Rival B1/B2 Porosity target." If I understand the report correctly, the well is producing from the second lateral. If I understand this report, the re-entry was a horizontal, but it was not fracked artificially; it followed the natural fracture trend.
Location of #498:
Production profile of # 443 about the time it was re-entered and a lateral drilled:
Laterals for #443: