Wednesday, September 30, 2015

OPEC Production Increased Month-Over-Month, September, 2015

Reuters/Rigzone reports that OPEC production increased month-over-month in September, 2015. Unfortunately the article doesn't mention much about exports.

About the only export information was this:
Top exporter Saudi Arabia kept output steady in September as reduced use of crude in domestic power plants was offset by a gentle uptick in exports towards the latter part of the month.
Saudi output remains close to the record high of 10.56 million bpd it pumped in June, as it focuses on market share. Riyadh has regained some market share in 2015, according to a Reuters analysis published on Wednesday.

Wyoming Judge Issues Injunction Against New Federal Fracking Rules -- September 30, 2015

Rigzone/Reuters is reporting:
A Wyoming judge on Wednesday granted a preliminary injunction against the federal government's regulations for hydraulic fracturing on public lands, handing a victory to oil and gas producers who had vehemently opposed the rules.
U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl had put the regulations on hold in June as he weighed a request from energy industry groups and four states to stop the rules from being implemented until their lawsuit against the new standards was resolved.
The rules issued by the Interior Department would require companies to provide data on chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and to take steps to prevent leakage from oil and gas wells on federally owned land.
The Independent Petroleum Association of America and the Western Energy Alliance were joined by Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota and Utah in seeking to stop the new rules from taking effect. In his order granting the injunction, Judge Skavdahl ruled that federal agencies' only have authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, when the use of diesel fuel is involved.
I remember talking about this years ago, when I first started blogging, about the issue of diesel and the Clean Water Act. It's been a long time since this was brought up. I can't speak for Wyoming, but it's my understanding diesel is no longer used in North Dakota for fracking.

More at the link.

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Update On TransCanada and Keystone XL

Bloomberg/Rigzone is reporting:
TransCanada Corp. is surrendering to an additional review of the Keystone XL oil pipeline and backing off from conflicts with Nebraska landowners as it struggles to win approval for the project.
Instead of waging court battles to cross privately owned land and trying to avoid a review by Nebraska’s Public Service Commission, TransCanada will withdraw lawsuits and seek approval from the regulator, the Calgary-based company said Tuesday. While that’s a development Keystone XL opponents had sought all along, the move promises to bring certainty to its route through the state, according to TransCanada.
Hope springs eternal.

This is a good explanation of what's going on. Note that the pipeline is now being described as an $8 billion pipeline. I think when this all started it was a $6 billion pipeline. 

America's Oil Output Refuses to Collapse. Here's One Reason Why. - Rigzone -- September 30, 2015

America's Oil Output Refuses to Collapse. Here's One Reason Why. - Rigzone/Bloomberg is reporting:
Somewhere amid the maze of wells that Murphy Oil Corp. has scattered across Texas’s sprawling Eagle Ford shale formation, Brett Pennington is carrying out a little experiment.
What will happen, the exploration chief wants to know, when he jams huge quantities of sand down the narrow mouth of one of these wells. Will more crude seep out? Or, rather, will he smother the opening and choke off the flow?
For the experiment, he’s amped up the sand meter all the way to 3,000 pounds per foot, almost double the average that each well in the Eagle Ford gets nowadays. If Pennington’s project seems a bit extreme, it also serves to underscore a trend spreading rapidly across a shale industry that’s scrambling to remain profitable after oil prices sank 50 percent. More and more sand is getting stuffed down wells to try to better pry open the rock and bolster output. 
Some of this is just a cost phenomenon. In the wake of crude’s selloff, the sand market collapsed too, driving down the price 30 percent and making it cheaper to shovel more grit in. The initiative, though, began years earlier, the result of engineers tinkering with inputs and discovering one of the many little technological breakthroughs that have helped the shale industry weather the downturn better than their legions of skeptics predicted. For proof of greater productivity, look no further than total U.S. output: It remains within 3 percent of a 40-year high even though drillers have idled more than half of their rigs.
"I can’t control the price of the commodity," Pennington said in a recent interview. "The only thing we can do is get better and faster and cheaper. There’s a general correlation that more sand equates to a better well."
The increase in sand usage has been steady. Back in 2012, the average well in the Eagle Ford received less than 1,000 pounds for every foot that the opening snaked down into the ground, according to energy consulting firm Wood Mackenzie Ltd. By 2013, that number was about 1,200 pounds. And last year it climbed to over 1,500 pounds. A study of more than 1,000 wells in the Eagle Ford -- a region that accounts for 15 percent of all U.S. oil output -- revealed that the injection of additional sand can triple output in some cases.
Sand, of course, has been used in the oil industry for decades. But the traditional vertical wells that dominated the landscape for much of that time needed little more than a sprinkling. The rock in those wells tends to be porous and permeable, allowing natural underground pressure to squeeze the oil up to the surface.
Shale rock is different. It’s more like concrete. Hydraulic fracking relies on large quantities of both sand and water to tease the oil out. The water is blasted into the well at high pressure to create tens of thousands of tiny cracks in the rock. The sand keeps the cracks open, elongates them and makes them more jagged. Increase the amount of sand and you increase the amount of fractures that stay open.
What Murphy Oil, EOG Resources Inc. and other shale drillers are trying to figure out is when does it become too much. At some point, all the fractures are propped open, and the extra sand just becomes a cost with no benefit. The Bloomberg Intelligence study indicated there are diminishing returns at the highest levels of sand use.
Worse yet, too much sand could wind up clogging the cracks instead of holding them open.
Much more at the link. 

Three (3) New Permits; BR, XTO, With Six Nice Wells; Oasis, CLR With Seven Nice Wells -- September 30, 2015

Active Rigs:


9/30/201509/30/201409/30/201309/30/201209/30/2011
Active Rigs68190184190201

Wells coming off confidential list Thursday:
  • 28637, 1,819, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 10T, Baker, Three Forks, application was "10B"; 11-foot zone beginning 16 feet into the Three Forks, trip gases of 2,284, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
  • 28648, 1,234, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 9B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 38K 7/15;
  • 28649, 2,169, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 11B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 48K 7/15;
  • 28976, 518, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 12T, Baker, 50 stages, 9.2 million lbs, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
  • 28978, 874, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 13B, Baker, 50 stages, 9.3 million lbs, t51/5; cum 73K 7/15;
  • 29191, 772, CLR, Rennerfeldt 8-30H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 46K 7/15;
  • 29361, SI/NC, Hess, CA-Ferguson Smith-155-95-3031H-4, Capa, no production data,
  • 29480, 1,010, CLR, Barney 6-29H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.9 million lbs; t5/15; cum 50K 7/15;
  • 29599, 117, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Durant 10-3-158-101, Little Muddy, 35 stages, 5.2 million lbs, a Bakken well, t6/15; cum 5K 7/15;
  • 30639, SI/NC, XTO, Evelyn 31X-3G, Lindahl, no production data,
  • 30883, SI/NC, XTO, Sorenson 31X-28C, Siverston, no production data,
Three (3) new permits --
  • Operators: Enerplus (2), MRO
  • Fields: Moccasin Creek (Dunn), McGregory Buttes (Dunn), Wolf Bay (Dunn)
  • Comments:
Six (6) producing wells completed:
  • 29980, 1,968, BR, CCU Dakotan 1-7-17TFH, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum --
  • 29982, 1,848, BR, CCU Dakotan 2-7-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
  • 30003, 1,556, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2G, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum --
  • 30004, 3,027, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2C, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum --
  • 30116, 1,899, BR, CCU Dakotan 4-8-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
  • 30117, 875, BR, CCU Dakotan 5-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum -- 
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28637, see above, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 8T, Baker:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-2015110296740
6-2015137149821
5-20151560811533
 
28648, see above, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 9B, Baker:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-2015420755
6-20152120517366
5-2015120498973

28649, see above, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 11B, Baker:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-2015177520
6-20151393211447
5-2015159736638

28976, see above, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 12T, Baker:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-201558370
6-2015159549649
5-2015193051647

28978, see above, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 13B, Baker:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-2015156560
6-20151929715513
5-2015271790
4-2015109644474

29191, see above, CLR, Rennerfeldt 8-30H1, Brooklyn:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-20151424620444
6-20151465925056
5-20151500123387
4-201512800

This Is How Serious President Obama Is About Global Warming -- September 30, 2015

This one article in Scientific American tells me how serious President Obama is about climate change (except as a political device).

It is being reported that the White House is "granting" a  half million dollars to four states to "jump-start" off-shore intermittent energy.

Even as a money-laundering exercise ala Solyndra it's not even worth a footnote in the annals of intermittent energy.

It's embarrassing that this story was as long as it was in Scientific American, and one of the reasons I quit subscribing to this "journal" years ago.

By now, after decades of advocacy, an Agore PowerPoint presentation from 1994, and a gazillion dollars wasted trying to establish Cape Wind, we should be a lot farther along than just awarding $600,000 to a dozen universities to do some more research on how to jump-start wind energy.

If anything, President Obama should have just granted a billion dollars or so to GE to "just do it."

In North Dakota, $600,000 won't even get you a half-mile of pipeline on the reservation. 

$600,000 will most likely go to six professors, to supplement their university/college salaries, book royalties, speaking fees, and other revenue sources.

Note: I often misread articles. It's possible I'm misreading "$600,000." That's such a small number in the big scheme of things, I must be missing something. Maybe it was the carrot that got six professors to show up at the White House to fill an otherwise empty room.

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Random Thought

I don't have a bucket list. I always wondered why.  It just dawned on me. Bucket lists are too constraining.

Bucket lists may be good while one is still working and planning for retirement but once one is truly retired, establishing a bucket list moves the individual out of retirement and back into a new "job."

Generally speaking my days are so busy I do not look forward to any of them. If I thought about all the things I had to do or am scheduled to do on any given day (mostly involving the granddaughters' sports and taking care of the 15-month-old), I would become depressed. So, I wake up each day, with no plans farther out than two hours. I would like to move that to one hour but when one's principle mode of transportation is a bicycle, one has to plan ahead two hours.

For example, tonight we are all going to a Texas Rangers - Detroit Tigers baseball game. The Rangers can clinch their division with a win and a Houston Astros loss. I have no desire to go and don't even want to think about going. But come 5:00 p.m. I will be the happiest guy in the world taking my two granddaughters and their friends to the stadium. I already have handouts on MLB to give them and then a short quiz.

Jack Kemp's Weekly Crude Oil, Natural Gas Update Tweets -- September 30, 2015; Propane Stocks -- Already Sky-High -- Hit New Record

California gasoline emergency is over as West Coast stockpiles return to normal levels.

West Coast refineries start to turn down now that gasoline stocks have returned to normal levels.

Propane stocks hit fresh record, residual fuel oil stocks continue to flat line. Comment: the propane charts will all re-set after this year -- it's quite incredible, the US energy revolution.

US distillate stocks flat at 151.6 million bbl but +26 million bbl above 2014 level and +19 million above 10-yr avg.

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For The Granddaughters

I've pretty much completed The Neandertal Enigma: Solving the Mystery of Modern Human Origins, James Shreeve, c. 1995.

This is the second time through the book. I first read it several years ago.

It's not an easy book to read. It reads as if the author simply took all his notes and turned them into a book, sort of a published journal. If one is interested in following the activities of the various paleo-anthropologists in the late 20th century this might be one way to do it. But if one wants to get a better understanding of hominid / hominin evolution, I would simply recommend a wiki read.

The first third of the book on the genetics and the bones was quite good, though difficult to follow on many occasions. The second third on the stone age was somewhat boring, but that's probably "just me." I was never interested in the "three Bs" that defined the Upper Paleolithic: blades, bone tools, and burins (chisel-like implements made by knocking a spall or two off a flake).

I lost all interest by the time I got to the third section which dealt with evidence of tool-making and tool-using in primates other than humans. There is a huge jump between primates using twigs to grab ants and using fire to cook meat. 

I see on Amazon a hard copy of this book is selling for $84.26. If anyone wants to buy my copy for $75, let me know.

High IP Wells

This is Page 9 for "high IP" wells. New wells will be added starting October 1, 2015.


Permits 30370 -- 32424: Permits issued in calendar year 2015
Permits 27360 - 30369: Permits issued in calendar year 2014
Permits 24693 --27359: Permits issued in calendar year 2013 
Permits 22160 -- 24692 : Permits issued in calendar year 2012
Permits 20247 -- 22159: Permits issued in calendar year 2011
Permits 18571 -- 20246 : Permits issued in calendar year 2010
Permits 17946 - 18570: permits issued in 2009
Pretty much in order they were reported

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28652, 1,917, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 10B, Baker, t9/15; cum 54K 10/15;
29265, 2,116, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 3B, Todd, t8/15; cum 55K 10/15;
29266, 1,625, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 4T, Todd, t7/15; cum 54K 10/15;
29267, 1,435, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 5B, Todd, t7/15; cum 71K 10/15;
28281, 2,606, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-17C-8-7H, Eagle Nest, a Three Forks well, 33 stages, 5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 77K 10/15; 

30286, 1,974, EOG, Riverview 102-32H, Antelope, t6/15; cum 248K 10/15;

28280, 2,616, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-17C-8-6H, Eagle Nest, 54 stages, 4.5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 86K 10/15; see also this post

30234, 1,844, BR, Sun Notch 43-32TFH, Sand Creek, t11/15; cum --

28184, 2,171, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5A, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/15; cum --

24096, 3,148, Statoil, Jay 24-13F 1H-R, Banks, t10/15; cum 19K 10/15;

30162, 1,229, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-1102H-5, Antelope field, Sanish pool; t11/15; cum -- 

29955, 2,238, Statoil, Heen 26-35 5H, Todd, t11/15; cum --

27038, 1,980, SHD, Canon 12-36H, Clarks Creek, the Magnum pad, Three Forks, max gas at 4,500 units, t10/15; cum --
27039, 1,759, SHD, Hammer 12-36H, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum --
29753, 1,082, SHD, Avalanche 36-16-MB2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum --
29754, 1,111, SHD, Avalanche 36-15-TF2, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum --
29755, 1,096, SHD, Avalanche 36-14-MB2, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum --
29804, 2,806, BR, Kirkland 14-21MBH, Pershing, t11/15; cum --
29963, 1,231, SHD, Magnum 36-12-MB2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum --
29964, 713, SHD, Magnum 36-13-TF2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum --
31170, 2,208, Whiting, Skunk Creek 4-18-17-8H3, Heart Butte, t11/15; cum --

28578, 1,929, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 145-97-7D-6-2H, Little Knife, t10/15; cum 14K after 17 days;
29488, 2,287, Statoil, Charlie Sorenson 17-8 7TFH, Alger, t11/15; cum --
30232, 2,405, BR, Sun NOtch 43-32MBH, Sand Creek, pay zone 20-fee thick, in the target zone 95%; above the zone, 5%; vertical depth for the target zone, 10,573 feet; 4 sections, t11/15; cum --
28257, 2,059, XTO, Nelson Federal 41X-5D, Antelope, 4 sections, t10/15; cum 5K after 4 days;
29847, 1,560, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-3A-10-6H, McGregory Buttes, 33 stages, 5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 119K 10/15;
28068, 1,519, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 44-22 5B, Alkali Creek, t11/15; cum --
28080, 1,587, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 42-22 3B, Alkali Creek, t10/15; cum 4K 9/15 after 2 days;
28854, 1,575, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 41-22 14T3, Alkali Creek, t10/15; cum 5K 9/15 after 6 days;
28855, 2,190, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 41-22 8T, Alkali Creek, t10/15; cum --,

28256, 1,804, XTO, Nelson Federal 41X-5H, Antelope, a Sanish pool well, permit for a Three Forks B1 well, 4-section spacing, t10/15; cum 5K 9/15 after 6 days  

28654, 1,359, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 13T2X, Baker, t8/15; cum 22K 9/15;
28658, 1,127, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 12TX, Baker, t9/15; cum 15K 9/15;
29316, 2,244, Oasis, Gramma Federal 5300 41-31 12B, Baker, t71/5; cum 72K 9/15;
29317, 1,358, Oasis, Gramma Federal 5300 41-31 13T, Baker, t71/5; cum 35K 9/15;
29849, 1,464, Oasis, Fort Berthold 147-94-3A-10-12H, McGregory, t6/15; cum 113K 9/15;

29803, 2,325, BR, Morgan 14-21MBH, Pershing, 4 sections, t11/15; cum 3K 9/15 2 days
29867, 3,126, BR, Kirkland 14-21TFH, Pershing, 4 sections, t10/15; cum 14K 8 days;

27806, 2,059, BR, CCU Olympian 21-2MBH, Corral Creek, t10/15; cum 8K 9/15 29 days
26988, 2,842, Enerplus, Bull 152-94-18B-19H-TF, Antelope, 41 stages, 10 million lbs, t6/15; cum 211K 9/15;
26989, 2,357, Enerplus, Rattle 152-94-18B-19H, Antelope, 40 stages, 10 million lbs, t6/15; cum 179K 9/15;
27807, 2,333, BR, CCU Olympian 21-2TFH, Corral Creek, 24-foot thick target, 25 - 49 feet below the base of the lower Bakken shale, in target zone 100% of the time, gas units peaked a bit above 2,000 units, t10/15; cum --  
27808, 2,705, BR, CCU Olympian 31-2MBH, Corral Creek, gas readings peaked at 2,994 units; t9/15; cum 9K 9/15;
28947, 1,500, Newfield, Johnsrud 151-98-30-31-5H, Siverston, 78.4% drilling 15' target zone, t9/15; cum 11K 9/15;
29994, 804, Triangle Petroleum, Lee 151-101-8-5-2H, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, Ragged Butte, t6/15; cum 71K 9/15;
30399, 1,448, Newfield, Johnsrud 151-98-30-31-4H, Siverston, 59.6% drilled in 15-foot target zone; , t9/15; cum 12K over nine days;

28064, 1,476, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 43-22 4B, Alkali Creek, t11/15; cum 12K 9/15; 9 days production,
28857, 1,035, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 41-22 2B, Alkali Creek, t10/15; cum --
28856, 2,574, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 41-22 11T2, Alkali Creek, t10/15; cum --
27107, 2,712, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-4H, McGregory Buttes, 46 stages, 4.6 million lbs, t5/15; cum 90K 9/15;
27106, 2,624, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-6H, McGregory Buttes, 31 stages, 4.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 70K 9/15; 

30701, 1,761, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 8H, East Fork, t10/15; cum -- 

27103, 2,808, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-8H, McGregory Buttes, 23 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 88K 9/15;

27105, 2,552, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-7H, McGregory Buttes, a Three Forks well, 31 stages, 4.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 69K 9/15;
29310, 1,015, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-21-28-2MBH, McGregor, t6/15 cum 81K 9/15;
29313, 527, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-21-28-1MBH, McGregor, t5/15; cum 43K 9/15;
29714, 2,014, QEP, MHA 8-06-01H-149-92, Heart Butte, t6/15; cum 53K 9/15;
29715, 1,624, QEP, MHA 6-01-01H-149-92, Heart Butte, t6/15; cum 54K 9/15;
29716, 1,910, QEP, MHA 6-32-29H-150-91, Heart Butte, t6/15; cum 58K 9/15;
29717, 800, QEP, MHA 8-32-29H-150-91, Heart Butte, t6/15; cum 42K 9/15;

24773, 2,563, Statoil, Judy 22-15 2H, East Fork, t10/15; cum --

29373, 2,235, QEP, P. Levang 2-14-23BH, Grail, 49 stages, 10 million lbs, t5/15; cum 97K 9/15;
29374, 2,342, QEP, P. Levang 1-14-23BH, Grail, 49 stages, 10 million lbs, t5/15; cum 72K 9/15;
29375, 2,298, QEP, P. Levang 14-13-23-24-LL, Grail, 48 stages, 9.9 million lbs, t5/15; cum 103K 9/15;
29749, 2,159, QEP, P. Levng 1-14TH, Grail, 49 stages, 6.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 89K 9/15;

29229, 2,934, Statoil, Heen 26-35 6TFH, Todd, frack data not yet posted, t10/15; cum 6K 9/15;
29613, 1,148, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HX, Van Hook, t10/15; cum --
27000, 1,911, HRC, Nelson 157-100-25A-36-2H, Marmon, 34 stages; 4.1 million lbs, t5/15; cum 91K 9/15;
30398, SI/NC, Newfield, Gariety 150-98-30-31-4H, Siverston, huge wall;

28633, 1,575, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 5T, Baker, t7/15; cum 41K 9/15;
28634, 1,606, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 6B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.9 million lbs, t7/15 cum 20K 9/15;
28636, 1,456, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 8T, Baker, 36 stages, 4 million lbs, t7/15 cum 27K 9/15;
28744, 3,109, Oasis Wade Federal 5300 41-30 9B, Baker, t6/15; cum 60K 9/15;

29094, 2,402, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-15HA, Truax, gas rose to 3,573 units in upper Bakken; 7 days to drill the lateral (there's an error in the file report), gas peaked at 6,372 units, 33 stages; 4.7 million lbs, t5/15 cum 64K 8/15;

29230, 3,071, Statoil, Heen 26-35 7H, Todd, t9/15; cum -- 

27001, 1,428, HRC, Nelson 157-100-25A-26-3H, Marmon; it appears gas averaged about 2,000 units along the lateral; spiked to near 3,000 units; in-zone percentage and footage are 77.7% and 7,780 feet; the target was a 10-foot window between 13' and 23' below the top of the middle Bakken; 34 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t4/15; cum 64K 8/15;
29839, 1,033, CLR, Maynor 1-35H, Crazy Man Creek, a 3-well Ecopad; an 11-foot target zone situated between 16' and 27' beneath the base of the upper Bakken shale; alternately, a 14-foot target zone between 15' and 29' feet beneath the upper Bakken shale; ; total gas was static, ranged around 800 units but 2,000 units at the toe; remained in the target zone for 6,009 feet, 64%; 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 61K 8/15;

28284, 1,421, XTO, Carus 24X-36D, Lost Bridge, t6/15; cum 14K 8/15;
28285, 1,146, XTO, Carus 24X-36H, Lost Bridge, t7/15; cum 19K 8/15;
28286, 1,829, XTO, Carus 24X-36C, Lost Bridge, t7/15; cum 28K 7/15;
29231, 1,816, Statoil, Heen 26-35 4TFH, Todd, t9/15; cum --
30091, 2,445, BR, CCU Dakotan 7-8-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15 cum --
30778, 1,844, BR, CCU Red River 8-2-15MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
30780, 2,525, BR, CCU Gopher 2-2-15MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
29092, 2,367, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-15H, Truax, 35 stages, 5.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 78K 8/15;

29232, 2,369, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 6TFH, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum --
30089, 2,577, BR, CCU Dakotan 5-8-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
29474, 1,088, CLR, Candee 5-9H1, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, Three Forks, 30 stages, 6 million lbs, a 6-well pad (Candee/Kukla) t5/15; cum 60K 8/15;

29333, 359, Triangle USA, Wisness 150-100-23-14-8H, Timber Creek, t4/15; cum 75K 8/15; 

25508, 1,202, BR, CCU Powell 41-29TFH-R, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum 4K 8/15;
29233, 2,285, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 7H, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum --
29234, 1,553, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 4TFH, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum --
30090, 2,585, BR, CCU Dakotan 6-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --
30092, 2,664, BR, CCU Dakotan 7-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum --

29101, 762, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-16-9-10TFH, McGregor, t4/15; cum 67K 8/15;

28982, 823, WPX, Mandaree 24-13 HZ2, Spotted Horn, must have been a DUC, t9/15; cum --
28983, 2,222, WPX, Mandaree 24-13HD, Spotted Horn, t9/15; cum --
28984, 1,849, WPX, Mandaree 24-13HY, Spotted Horn, must have been a DUC, t9/15; cum --
28394, 341, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 41-30 4T, Baker, t5/15; cum 43K 8/15;
28554, 2,329, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 31-30 2B, Baker, 50 stages, 9.1 million lbs, t5/15; cum 49K 8/15;

28303, 451, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 31-30 11T, Baker, t5/15; cum 55K 8/15;
29097, 2,504, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-16-9-21-16H3, Truax, 26 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 35K 8/15;
29240, 1,827, HRC, Borrud 156-101-2B-11-5H, Tyrone, 34 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t4/15; cum 59K 8/15;

29481, 917, CLR, Barney 7-29H, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t5/15; cum 48K 7/15;

29238, 1,209, HRC, Borrud 156-101-2B-11-3H, Tyrone, 33 stages, 3.01 million lbs, t4/15; cum 32K 7/15;

28637, 1,819, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 10T, Baker, Three Forks, application was "10B"; 11-foot zone beginning 16 feet into the Three Forks, trip gases of 2,284, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
28648, 1,234, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 9B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 38K 7/15;
28649, 2,169, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 11B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 48K 7/15;
28976, 518, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 12T, Baker, 50 stages, 9.2 million lbs, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
28978, 874, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 13B, Baker, 50 stages, 9.3 million lbs, t51/5; cum 73K 7/15;
29191, 772, CLR, Rennerfeldt 8-30H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 46K 7/15; 
29480, 1,010, CLR, Barney 6-29H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.9 million lbs; t5/15; cum 50K 7/15;

New Wells Reporting 4Q15 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA


Data for 3Q15: 3Q15
Data for 2Q15: 2Q15
Data for 1Q15: 1Q15
Data for 4Q14: 4Q14
Data for 3Q14: 3Q14
Data for 2Q14: 2Q14
Data for 1Q14: 1Q14
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

It's hard to believe that every well that has come off the confidential list since, and including, 2011 has been posted on the blog.  That's five years of data from the Bakken. With the transparency of the Bakken and the daily updates from the state, my hunch is that non-industry folks know more about the Bakken than any other oil basin in the world. It has probably created more mom-and-pop millionaires on a per capita basis than any other basin. 


Wednesday, December 30, 2015: 95 wells for the month; 297 wells for the quarter
28652, 1,917, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 10B, Baker, t9/15; cum 220K 7/19;
29265, 2,116, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 3B, Todd, t8/15; cum 235K 7/19;
29266, 1,625, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 4T, Todd, t7/15; cum 54K 10/15;
29267, 1,435, Oasis, Harrier 5401 44-23 5B, Todd, t7/15; cum 71K 10/15;
30666, 2,553, WPX. Emma Owner 23-14HA,  Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 531K 7/19;
30866, 1,486, Enerplus, Barn 147-94-13A-24H, McGregory Buttes, t5/16; cum 386K 7/19;

Tuesday, December 29, 2015: 89 wells for the month; 291 wells for the quarter
29223, 1,425, Whiting, P Jackman 156-100-2-18-19-15H3, East Fork, Three Forks 1st bench, a KOG permit; transferred to Whiting on/about August 21, 2014; momentarily drilled in TF3, very low background gas throughout the lateral, sNovember 3, 2014; drilling completed January 27, 2015; I did not see any indication this well went to SI/NC status; t7/15; cum 180K 7/19;
29449, 2,049, WPX, Emma Owner 23-14HW, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 347K 7/19;

Monday, December 28, 2015: 87 wells for the month; 289 wells for the quarter
29448, 1,986, WPX, Emma Owner 23-14HD, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 423K 7/19;
30535, A, XTO, Dakota Federal 41X-16D, Haystack Butte, t --; cum 174K 7/19;
30940, 2,405, BR, CCU Bison Point 34-34MBH, Corral Creek, t12/15; cum 7K 10 days;


Sunday, December 27, 2015: 84 wells for the month; 286 wells for the quarter
30534, 1,795, XTO, Dakota Federal 41X-16H, Haystack Butte, t5/17; cum 42K 8/17;
30939, 2,325, BR, CCU Bison Point 34-34TFH, Corral Creek, t1/16; cum 150K 8/17;

Saturday, December 26, 2015:82 wells for the month; 284 wells for the quarter
29447, SI/NC, WPX, Emma Owner 23-14HC, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 395K 7/19;
30938, 2,445, BR, CCU Bison Point 24-34MBH, Corral Creek, t1/16 cum 236K 7/19;

Friday, December 25, 2015: 80 wells for the month; 282 wells for the quarter
29446, 1,871, WPX, Emma Owner 23-14HX, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 278K 8/17;
29868, 2,045, Whiting, P Wood 154-98-13-22-16-12H, Truax, t7/15; cum 270K 7/19;
30533, 1,308, XTO, Dakota Federal 41X-16C, Haystack Butte, t4/17; cum 46K 8/17;
30937, 2,164, BR, CCU Bison Point 24-34TFH, Corral Creek, t1/16; cum 3K 15 days;

Thursday, December 24, 2015: 76 wells for the month; 278 wells for the quarter
29225, 1,063, Whiting, P Jackman 156-100-2-18-6-2H3A, East Fork, 35 stages, 4.4 million lbs, t6/15; cum 43K 10/15;
30258, 393, Sinclair, Uran 4-15TFH, Sanish, t5/17; cum 23K 8/17; inactive as of 6/17;
31408, 1,100, Hess,EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-10, Robinson Lake, frack 10/22 - 10/23, 84% water, 15% proppant, 1,626,114 gallons of water (13.6 million lbs) 2.5 million lbs proppant (?), API 33-061-03729, t11/15; cum -- 

Wednesday, December 23, 2015: 73 wells for the month; 275 wells for the quarter
29445, 2,441, WPX, Emma Owner 34-14HB, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 346K 8/17;
30667, 1,162, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-11, Robinson Lake, t1/16; cum 168K 7/19;
31404, 938, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-11, Robinson Lake, t11/15; cum 183K 7/19;

Tuesday, December 22, 2015: 70 wells for the month; 272 wells for the quarter
29226, 1,817, Whiting, P Jackman 156-100-2-18-6-2H, East Fork, t7/15; cum 61K 10/15; 
29227, 1,492, Whiting, P Jackman 156-100-2-18-6-2H3, East Fork, t7/15; cum 55K 10/15;
29228, 2,333, Whiting, P Jackman 156-100-2-18-6-1H, East Fork, t6/15; cum 99K 10/15;
29705, dry, Armstrong Operating, Dickinson City 1-16, wildcat, looks like they simply missed hitting a Lodgepole mound; 160-acre drilling unit;
31405, 1,422, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-LW-154-93-2734H-1, Robinson Lake, t11/5; cum 240K 7/19;

Monday, December 21, 2015: 65 wells for the month; 267 wells for the quarter
None.

Sunday, December 20, 2015: 65 wells for the month; 267 wells for the quarter
29194, 827, CLR, Mildred 8-19H1, Brooklyn, Three Forks, 30 stages, 5.8 million lbs, ICO, t8/15; cum 207K 8/18;
31406, 466, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-LW-154-93-2733H-2, Robinson Lake,  t2/16; cum 121K 8/18; 

Saturday, December 19, 2015: 63 wells for the month; 265 wells for the quarter
29195, 622, CLR, Mildred 7-19H, Brooklyn, 4 sections, t8/15; cum --
30685, 466, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-9C-4-3H, Charlson, t3/16; cum 96K 8/17;

Friday, December 18, 2015: 61 wells for the month; 262 wells for the quarter
28281, 2,606, Bruin/HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-17C-8-7H, Eagle Nest, a Three Forks well, 33 stages, 5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 279K 11/18;
31143, A, XTO, Ryan 14X-9E, Siverston, t -- ; cum 74K 8/18; struggling;
31244, Petro-Hunt/SI/NC->TA/TD, SM Energy, Dusty 14B-9HS, West Ambrose, no production data,

Thursday, December 17, 2015: 58 wells for the month; 259 wells for the quarter
30286, 1,974, EOG, Riverview 102-32H, Antelope, t6/15; cum 248K 10/15;
30369, 1,613, Petro-Hunt, Thompson 153-95-8D-6-3H, Charlson, t9/17; cum 178K 8/18;
31144, A, XTO, Ryan 14X-9A, Siverston, t--; cum 13K 11/18; very sporadic production -- check again later; finally stabilized; a very, very good well;

31243, SI/NC-->TA/TD, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Smokey 14B-9HN, West Ambrose, no production,

Wednesday, December 16, 2015: 54 wells for the month; 255 wells for the quarter
28280, 2,616, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-17C-8-6H, Eagle Nest, 54 stages, 4.5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 290K 7/19; see also this post;
30949, 233, Murex/Sedalia Energy, Thompson 13-31 H, Lake Darling, a horizontal Madison well, not stimulated (not fracked), a short lateral, TD of 9,207 feet, payzone: Mississippean Bluell Pay Bench 3 Target, Renville County, wellbore in target 100% of the whole length, 13 operational days, geologist report dated 6/30/15; a sundry form was received October 9, 2015, with company's intent to drill a second lateral also in the Bluell B3 payzone, t7/15; cum 43K 7/19;
31004, 207, XTO, Rita 44X-34HXE, North Tobacco Garden, t1/16; cum 160K 7/19;
Note: Sedalia has about 21 permits/wells in North Dakota. All of them are in the Lake Darling and Pratt oil fields. It looks like Sedalia has three permits/wells in the "modern era." This is the first permit/well since two in 2014.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015: 51 wells for the month; 252 wells for the quarter
30368, A, Petro-Hunt, Thompson 153-95-8D-6-2H, Charlson, t--; cum 162K 8/18; first produciton 9/17;
31145, A, XTO, Ryan 14X-9EXF, Siverston, t--; cum 80K 8/18;

Monday, December 14, 2015: 49 wells for the month; 250 wells for the quarter
24096, 3,148, Equinor/Statoil, Jay 24-13F 1H-R, Banks, t10/15; cum 426K 8/18;
30788, 679, XTO, Rita 44X-34D, Tobacco Garden, t1/16; cum --
30903, 614, EOG, Austin 72-1807H, Parshall, t9/18; cum 22K 11/18;

Sunday, December 13, 2015: 46 wells for the month; 247 wells for the quarter
30978, 722, EOG, Van Hook 79-15H,  Parshall, t6/17; cum 150K 11/18;
31146, n/a, XTO, Ryan 14X-9B, Siverston, t3/16; cum 162K 11/18;
30902, 1,162, EOG, Austin 73-1807H, Parshall, t9/18; cum 48K 11/18;

Saturday, December 12, 2015: 43 wells for the month; 244 wells for the quarter
30979, 604, EOG, Van Hook 78-15H, Parshall, t7/17; cum 30K 8/17;
30901, 1,256, EOG, Austin 84-1807H, Parshall, t9/18; cum 37K 11/18;

Friday, December 11, 2015: 41 wells for the month; 242 wells for the quarter
28974, 232, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Amelia Grace 2H-7-6-158N-99W, Ellisville, t8/15; cum 28K 10/15;
30980, 669, EOG, Van Hook 76-15H, Parshall, t7/17; cum 32K 8/17;
31043, 151, EOG, Austin 92-1807H, Parshall, t9/18; cum 151K 7/19;

Thursday, December 10, 2015: 38 wells for the month; 239 wells for the quarter
30981, 217, EOG, Van Hook 75-1514H, Parshall, t7/17; cum 21K 8/17;
31147, 454, XTO, Ryan 14X-9F2, Siverston, t3/16; cum 80K 8/18;

Wednesday, December 9, 2015: 36 wells for the month; 237 wells for the quarter
24683, 1,236, Petro-Hunt, Klatt 145-97-18A-19-1H, Little Knife, t8/16; cum 184K 8/18;
30412, 2,684, Slawson, Lightning Federal 6-24-13TFH, Big Bend, t4/16; cum 442K 7/19;
30673, 503, Hess, BL-Odegaard-165-95-2116H-7, Beaver Lodge, t12/15; cum 8K 14 days;
 
Tuesday, December 8, 2015: 33 wells for the month; 234 wells for the quarter
30675, dry, Hess, BL-Odegaard-156-95-2116H-9, Beaver Lodge, this well was to target the Three Forks; was to be 1280-acre spacing (change from original 4-section spacing); appears only to have drilled vertically; no KOP or horizontal drilled; no sundry form explanation; perhaps geologists were not impressed with core samples? 
31230, dry, Statoil, Charlie Sorenson 17-8E 1H, Alger, no production data,

Monday, December 7, 2015 -- 74th Anniversary, Pearl Harbor: 31 wells for the month; 232 wells for the quarter
30413, 1,008, Slawson, Lightning Federal 2-24-13H, Big Bend, t4/16; cum 214K 8/18;
30516, 1,536, MRO, Hannah USA 31-4TFH, Reunion Bay, t9/16; cum 365K 8/18;
30674, 458, Hess, BL-Odegaard-156-95-2116H-8, Beaver Lodge, t1/16; cum 86K 7/19;

Sunday, December 6, 2015: 28 wells for the month; 229 wells for the quarter
30414, 1,622, Slawson, Lightning Federal 7-24-13TFH, Big Bend, t4/16; cum 338K 5/18;
30515, 2,279, MRO, Maggie USA 21-4H, Reunion Bay, t9/16; cum 291K 5/18;
30672, 565, Hess, BL-Odegaard-156-95-2116H-7, Beaver Lodge, t12/15; cum 12K 21 days;
30676, 404, Statoil, Bures 20-29 XE 1H, Alger, t12/16; cum 149K 5/18;
31195, 306, CLR, Bonney 6-3H, Jim Creek, t10/15; cum 10K 10/15;
31245, 825, XTO, Sorenson 31X-28D, Siverston, t11/15; cum --

Saturday, December 5, 2015: 22 wells for the month; 223 wells for the quarter
28257, 2,059, XTO, Nelson Federal 41X-5D, Antelope, 4 sections, t10/15; cum 5K after 4 days;
29847, 1,560, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-3A-10-6H, McGregory Buttes, 33 stages, 5 million lbs, t6/15; cum 119K 10/15;
30514, 3,020, MRO, Rufus USA 21-4H, Reunion Bay, t9/16; cum 361K 5/18;
30671, 619, Hess, BL-Odegaard-156-95-2116H-6, Beaver Lodge, t12/15; cum 13K 26 days;

Friday, December 4, 2015: 18 wells for the month; 219 wells for the quarter
28256, 1,804, XTO, Nelson Federal 41X-5H, Antelope, a Sanish pool well, permit for a Three Forks B1 well, 4-section spacing, t10/15; cum 5K 9/15 after 6 days

Thursday, December 3, 2015: 17 wells for the month; 218 wells for the quarter
28255, 2,513, XTO, Nelson Federal 41X-5C, Antelope, Sanish pool, produced 4K after two days; t10/15; cum 214K 8/17;
29848, 873, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-3A-10-10H, McGregory Buttes, t6/15; cum 59K 9/5;
30677, 1,072, Statoil, Bures 20-29 8THF, Alger, t11/16; cum 213K 5/18;

Wednesday, December 2, 2015: 14 wells for the month; 215 wells for the quarter
28654, 1,359, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 13T2X, Baker, t8/15; cum 22K 9/15;
28658, 1,127, Oasis, Kline Federal 5300 41-18 12TX, Baker, t9/15; cum 15K 9/15;
29316, 2,244, Oasis, Gramma Federal 5300 41-31 12B, Baker, t71/5; cum 72K 9/15;
29317, 1,358, Oasis, Gramma Federal 5300 41-31 13T, Baker, t71/5; cum 35K 9/15;
29849, 1,464, Oasis, Fort Berthold 147-94-3A-10-12H, McGregory, t6/15; cum 113K 9/15;
31029, 578, Hess, EN-Frandson-154-93-2116H-9, Robinson Lake, t10/15; cum 17K 9/15;
31062, 170, Denbury Onshore, Cedar Hills, a Red River B well, t7/15; cum 14K 9/15;
31073, 428, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Inez 1B-16HN, West Ambrose, t9/16; cum 92K 11/18;

Tuesday, December 1, 2015: 6 wells for the month; 207 wells for the quarter
30088, 1,305, Sinclair, Highland 5-9H, Sanish, t5/17; cum 109K 5/18;
30678, 455, Statoil, Charlie Sorenson 17-8 8TFH, Alger, t12/16; cum 113K 5/18;
31019, 835, EOG, Shell 42-3229H, Parshall, t9/16; cum 122K 5/18;
31027, 796, Hess, EN-Frandson-154-93-2116H-6, Robinson Lake, 4 days to drill the lateral, 88% in zone; 100% in good rock, background gas low, 35 stages, 2.4 million lbs, t10/15; cum 21K 9/15; 22 days
31028, 596, Hess, EN-Franson-154-93-2116H-8, Three Forks, 7 1/2 days to drill the lateral, 62.5% in target zone, 100% in good rock, background gas very low, Robinson Lake, t10/15; cum 14K 9/15; 26 days
31074, 318, SM Energy, Loren 1B-16HS, West Ambrose, t9/16; cum 70K 5/18;

Monday, November 30, 2015
None.

Sunday, November 29, 2015: 95 wells for the month; 201 wells for the quarter
27806, 2,059, BR, CCU Olympian 21-2MBH, Corral Creek, t10/15; cum 8K 9/15 29 days
31075, 371, SM Energy, Rolie 1-16HN, West Ambrose, t9/16; cum 85K 5/18;

Saturday, November 28, 2015: 93 wells for the month; 199 wells for the quarter
26988, 2,842, Enerplus, Bull 152-94-18B-19H-TF, Antelope, 41 stages, 10 million lbs, t6/15; cum 211K 9/15;
26989, 2,357, Enerplus, Rattle 152-94-18B-19H, Antelope, 40 stages, 10 million lbs, t6/15; cum 179K 9/15;
27807, 2,333, BR, CCU Olympian 21-2TFH, Corral Creek, 24-foot thick target, 25 - 49 feet below the base of the lower Bakken shale, in target zone 100% of the time, gas units peaked a bit above 2,000 units, t10/15; cum --
30167, 423, Hess, AN-Prossr-152-95-1102H-10, Antelope, Sanish pool, t1/16; cum 8K 17 days;
30429, 1,770, Statoil, Ruth 28-33 2TFH, East Fork, t11/16; cum 61K 8/17;
30431, 3,256, Statoil, Ruth 28-33 3H, East Fork, t11/16; cum 124K 8/17;
31014, 702, WPX, Elk 17-20HE, Van Hook, 4 sections, t10/15; cum --

Friday, November 27, 2015: 86 wells for the month; 192 wells for the quarter
30162, 1,229, Hess, An-Prosser-152-95-1102H-5, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/15; cum --
30813, 294, XTO, Klamm 34X-9G, Siverston, t2/16; cum 113K 5/18;

Thursday, November 26, 2015: 84 wells for the month; 190 wells for the quarter (Thanksgiving)
27808, 2,705, BR, CCU Olympian 31-2MBH, Corral Creek, gas readings peaked at 2,994 units; t9/15; cum 9K 9/15;
28947, 1,500, Newfield, Johnsrud 151-98-30-31-5H, Siverston, 78.4% drilling 15' target zone, t9/15; cum 11K 9/15;
30163, 989, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-1102H-6, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/15; cum --
30427, 1,778, Statoil, Ruth 28-33 4TFH, East Fork, t11/16; cum 51K 8/17;
31176, dry/surface casing failed at 2,136 feet; plugged; will move to new location - Jefferson 9X-17H, CLR, Jefferson 9-17H, Crazy Man Creek, no production data,

Wednesday, November 25, 2015: 79 wells for the month; 185 wells for the quarter
29994, 804, Triangle Petroleum, Lee 151-101-8-5-2H, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, Ragged Butte, t6/15; cum 71K 9/15;
30164, 1,113, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-1102H-7, Antelope, Sanish pool, t12/15; cum 24K 12/15;
30399, 1,448, Newfield, Johnsrud 151-98-30-31-4H, Siverston, in the middle Bakken for 100% of the time; 59.6% drilled in 15-foot target zone; 38.1% in Middle Bakken "B" facies; and 2.3% in the Middle Bakken "A" facies; an alternate interpretation that had them in the 15-foot primary middle Bakken target for 88.15% of the time; t9/15; cum 12K over nine days;
30814, 95, XTO, Klamm 34X-9D, Siverston, t2/16; cum 194K 5/18;
31139, 1,979, Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 6TFH, Banks, t9/16; cum 137K 8/17;

Tuesday, November 24, 2015: 74 wells for the month; 180 wells for the quarter
30165, 1,376, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-1102H-8, Antelope, Sanish pool, t12/15; cum 31K 28 days;
31009, 828, EOG, Shell 44-3229H, Parshall, t9/16; cum 66K 8/17;
31177, 329, CLR, Jefferson 10-17H1, Crazy Man Creek, t12/15; cum 2K 13 days;

Monday, November 23, 2015: 71 wells for the month; 177 wells for the quarter
27107, 2,712, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-4H, McGregory Buttes, 46 stages, 4.6 million lbs, t5/15; cum 90K 9/15;
29992, 723, Triangle Petroleum, Lee 151-101-8-5-1H, Ragged Butte, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, t6/15; cum 62K 9/15;
30166, 1,134, Hess, AN-Prosser-152-95-1102H-9, Antelope, Sanish pool, t12/15; cum 29K 25 days;
30815, 705, XTO, Klamm 34X-9H, Siverston,t2/16; cum 152K 5/18;
30942, 2,206, Statoil, Richard 8-5 4TFH, Banks, t9/16; cum 258K 5/18;
31175, 359, CLR, Jefferson 8-17H1, Crazy Man Creek, t12/15; cum 6K 20 days;

Sunday, November 22, 2015: 65 wells for the month; 171 wells for the quarter
None.

Saturday, November 21, 2015: 65 wells for the month; 171 wells for the quarter
26788, 332, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC DeFrance 2H-12-1-158N-100W, Winner, a Bakken well, 35 stages, 5 million lbs, t8/15; cum 18K 9/15;
27106, 2,624, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-6H, McGregory Buttes, 31 stages, 4.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 70K 9/15; 
30816, 589, XTO, Klamm 34X-9DXA, Siverston, t2/16; cum 204K 8/18;
30943, 2,517, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5-6TFH, Banks, t9/16; cum 182K 8/18;

Friday, November 20, 2015: 61 wells for the month; 167 wells for the quarter
30944, 4,040, Statoil, Richard 8-5 XE 1H, Banks, t8/16; cum 307K 3/18;

Thursday, November 19, 2015: 60 wells for the month; 166 wells for the quarter
28557, 832, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 41-30 7T, Baker, TF 1st bench; the target was 20' under the base of the Pronghorn member of the Bakken formation, 36 stages, 4 million lbs, t7/15; cum 31K 9/15;
28893, 18 (no typo), Oasis, Kemper 6193 14-14B, Leaf Mountain, 36 stages, 3.6 million lbs, t6/15; cum 15K 9/15
29311, 420, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-21-28-2TFH, McGregor, 36 stages, 3.9 million lbs, t5/15; cum 107K 7/19;
29625, 40 (no typo), Oasis, Kukuk 6192 43-21B, Foothills, 36 stages, 3.7 million lbs, t6/15; cum 34K 9/15;

Wednesday, November 18, 2015: 56 wells for the month; 162 wells for the quarter
27103, 2,808, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-8H, McGregory Buttes, 23 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 88K 9/15;

27105, 2,552, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-7H, McGregory Buttes, a Three Forks well, 31 stages, 4.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 69K 9/15;
31100, 740, Hess, BL-Iverson C-LE-155-96-1423H-1, Beaver Lodge, t11/15; cum --
31140, 4,209, Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 XE 1H, Banks, t8/16; cum 233K 5/18;

Tuesday, November 17, 2015: 52 wells for the month; 158 wells for the quarter
29278, 945, Hess, BL-Iverson C-155-96-1423H-5, Beaver Lodge, t11/15; cum 42K 12/15;
31064, 704, SM Energy, Rich 1X-16HA, Poe, t6/16; cum 165K 3/18;

Monday, November 16, 2015: 50 wells for the month; 156 wells for the quarter (MY ERROR -- 20929, 639, CLR, Foster, Crazy Man Creek, t8/15; cum 35K 10/15;
29579, 1,270, XTO, Satter 31X-1CXD, Siverston, t12/15; cum 100K 8/17;
28820, 755, Triangle Petroleum, Simpson 151-102-5-8-10TFH, Elk, t5/15; cum 33K 10/15;
29277, 1,078, Hess, BL-iverson C-155-96-1423H-3, Beaver Lodge, t11/15; cum 18K 10/15;
29310, 1,015, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-21-28-2MBH, McGregor, 4 sections, t6/15; cum 86K 10/15;
29313, 527, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-21-28-1MBH, McGregor, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 48K 10/15;
29714, 2,014, QEP, MHA 8-06-01H-142-92, Heart Butte, ICO, t6/15; cum 75K 10/15;
29715, 1,624, QEP, MHA 6-06-01H-149-92, Heart Butte, ICO, t6/15; cum 73K 10/15;
29716, 1,910, QEP, MHA 6-32-29H-150-91, Heart Butte, ICO, t6/15; cum 77K 10/15;
29717, 800, QEP, MHA 8-32-29H-150-91, Heart Butte, ICO, t6/15; cum 61K 10/15;
31065, 707, Oasis/SM Energy, Steve 1-16H, Poe, t6/16; cum 196K 11/18;
31066, 636, Oasis/SM Energy, Rini 1X-16HB, Poe, t6/16; cum 101K 11/18;
31098, 444, Hess, BL-Iverson C-155-96-1423H-2, Beaver Loddge, Devonian, t12/15 cum 12K 29 days;
31099, 866, Hess, BL-Iverson C-155-96-1423H-4, Beaver Lodge, the scout ticket says a Devonian well; more specifically an upper Three Forks (it seems we've talked about this before; the upper Three Forks is a more specific formation, part of the larger Devonian stratum, t11/15; cum 10K 10/15;

Saturday - Sunday, November 14 - 15, 2015: in the Monday report above

Friday, November 13, 2015: 36 wells for the month; 142 wells for the quarter
None.

Thursday, November 12, 2015: 36 wells for the month; 142 wells for the quarter
None.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015: 36 wells for the month; 142 wells for the quarter
30081, 952, Sinclair, Highland 3-9TFH, Sanish, API 33-025-02826; t5/17; cum 86K 3/18;
30521, 1,588, Whiting, Charging Eagle 9-19-18-2H3, Twin Buttes, producing, frack'd 5/6 - 10/15; 3.52 million gallons water, proppant 8.8% by mass; t5/15; cum 43K 9/15; off-line most of August/September, 2015 after huge production in earlier months;
31002, 1,034, Hess, EN-Cvancara A-155-93-3231H-9, Robinson Lake, producing, API 33-061-03650; frack'd 8/9-10/15; 1.644 million gallons water, proppant 14.73% by mass; t8/15; cum 30K 9/15; 
Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 33 wells for the month; 139 wells for the quarter 
31001, A, Hess, EN-Cvancara A- 155-93-3231H-8, Robinson Lake, API: 33-061-03649; no test date, cum 16K first 27 days; according to FracFocus this well was fracked 8/4 - 6/2015; with 1,644,636 gallons water, and 14.93% sand (from RockPile Energy); for those interested, search the blog for RockPile Energy;
31010, 1,344, EOG, Shell 46-3229H, Parshall, no production data, API: 33-061-03652, t9/16; cum 153K 3/18;

Monday, November 9, 2015: 31 wells for the month; 137 wells for the quarter 
30913, 2,453, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14F, Bear Den, t1/16; cum --
31000, 576, Hess, EN-Cvancara A-155-93-3231H-7, Robinson Lake, API 33-061-03648, 1.7 million gallons, 14.45% proppant by mass, 35 stages, 2.4 million lbs; t8/15 cum 21K 9/15;

Sunday, November 8, 2015: 29 wells for the month; 135 wells for the quarter 

No wells listed

Saturday, November 7, 2015: 29 wells for the month; 135 wells for the quarter
27418, 1,628, CLR, Garfield Federal 7-5H1, Banks, t7/17; cum 199K 3/18;
29862, 2,035, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14AXB, Bear Den, t1/16; cum 291K 5/18;

Friday, November 6, 2015: 27 wells for the month; 133 wells for the quarter
29841, 1,023, CLR, Maynor 3-35H, Crazy Man Creek, 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 72K 9/15;
29949, 1,390, CLR, Hendrickson 7-36H2, Elm Tree, t3/17; cum 170K 5/18;

Thursday, November 5, 2015: 25 wells for the month; 131 wells for the quarter
27419, 2,013, CLR, Garfield Federal 6-5H, Banks, t6/17; cum 250K 3/18;
29330, 180, Triangle, Wisness 150-100-23-14-11TFH, Timber Creek, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, t5/15; cum 35K 9/15;
29331, 655, Triangle, Wisness 150-100-23-14-7H, Timber Creek, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, t5/15; cum 57K 9/15;
29373, 2,235, QEP, P. Levang 2-14-23BH, Grail, 49 stages, 10 million lbs, t5/15; cum 97K 9/15;
29374, 2,342, QEP, P. Levang 1-14-23BH, Grail, 49 stages, 10 million lbs, t5/15; cum 72K 9/15;
29375, 2,298, QEP, P. Levang 14-13-23-24-LL, Grail, 48 stages, 9.9 million lbs, t5/15; cum 103K 9/15;
29749, 2,159, QEP, P. Levng 1-14TH, Grail, 49 stages, 6.7 million lbs, t5/15; cum 89K 9/15;
29861, 2,661, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14A, Bear Den, t1/16; cum 272K 5/18;
31013, 1,348, Newfield, Wahus Federal 152-97-13-24-4H, Westberg, no test date; cum 9K 9/15 over 12 days; API: 33-053-06848-00-00; according to FracFocus this well was fracked 9/3 - 8/15; appears to have used around 5 million lbs sand; t9/15; cum 28K 10/15;
Wednesday, November 4, 2015: 16 wells for the month; 122 wells for the quarter
27420, 1,875, CLR, Garfield Federal 5-5H1, Banks, t7/17; cum 187K 3/18;
31104, A, CLR, Hawkinson 15-22H, Oakdale, no test date; cumulative -- 167 bbls on one day; no production for three months except for that first day of production;

Tuesday, November 3, 2015: 14 wells for the month; 120 wells for the quarter
27000, 1,911, HRC, Nelson 157-100-25A-36-2H, Marmon, 34 stages; 4.1 million lbs, t5/15; cum 91K 9/15;
29840, 962, CRL, Maynor 2-35H1, Crazy Man Creek, Three Forks, 30 stages, 5.9 million lbs, t5/15; cum 58K 9/15;
30398, 1,891, Newfield, Gariety 150-98-30-31-4H, Siverston, t6/15; cum 114K 10/15;
31012, 833, Newfield, Wahus State 152-97-12-1-12H, Westberg, t9/15; cum 22K 10/15;
31033, 1,909, Statoil, Vachal 3-34 5TFH, Alger, t1/17; cum 159K 3/18;

Monday, November 2, 2015: 9 wells for the month; 115 wells for the quarter
27421, 2,032, CLR, Garfield 4-5H, Banks, t6/17; cum 264K 3/18;
30231, dry, BR, Old Hickory 43-32MBH, Sand Creek, not sure what this was all about; drilled to kick-off point; then plugged; re-entered with "Plan B"; this seems also to have gotten nowhere; on a 4-well pad;
31011, 1,348, Newfield, Wahus Federal 152-97-13-24-11H, Westberg, cum 9K over 12 days, unfracked, t9/15; cum 22K 10/15;

Sunday, November 1, 2015: 6 wells for the month; 112 wells for the quarter
28633, 1,575, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 5T, Baker, t7/15; cum 41K 9/15;
28634, 1,606, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 6B, Baker, t7/15 cum 20K 9/15;
28636, 1,456, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 8T, Baker, t7/15 cum 27K 9/15;
28744, 3,109, Oasis Wade Federal 5300 41-30 9B, Baker, t6/15; cum 60K 9/15;
29867, 3,126, BR, Kirkland 14-21TFH, ULW, Pershing, will be shut-in for the reason that the gathering line infrastructure to connect the well does not exist and/or has not been built at this location yet; this well has not been completed and it will be shut-in until the infrastructure is built; t10/15; cum 14K 10/15;
30437, 353, SM Energy, Anne 13-19HN, West Ambrose, t9/16; cum 98K 5/18;

Saturday, October 31, 2015
Nothing came off the confidential list this date because there were only 30 days in April, 6 months ago.

Friday, October 30, 2015: 106 wells for the month; 106 wells for the quarter
29094, 2,402, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-15HA, Truax, gas rose to 3,573 units in upper Bakken; 7 days to drill the lateral (there's an error in the file report), gas peaked at 6,372 units, 33 stages; 4.7 million lbs, t5/15 cum 64K 8/15;
29804, 2,806, BR, Kirkland 14-21MBH, Pershing, t11/15; cum 251K 5/18;
30232, 2,405, BR, Sun Notch 43-32MBH, Sand Creek, t11/15; cum 258K 5/18;
30436, 285, SM Energy, Anne 13-19HS, Ambrose, t9/16; cum 86K 3/18;

Thursday, October 29, 2015: 102 wells for the month; 102 wells for the quarter
29803, 2,325, BR, Morgan 14-21MBH, Pershing, t11/15; cum 3K 10/15;
30435, SI/NC, SM Energy, Anne 13B-19HS, Ambrose, no production data,

Wednesday, October 28, 2015: 100 wells for the month; 100 wells for the quarter
30434, 451, SM Energy, Anne 13B-19HN, West Ambrose, t9/16; cum 77K 3/18;
30652, 752, XTO, Smouse 31X-28C, West Capa, t3/16; cum 90K 3/18;
30684, 1,005, MRO, Charlie 24-10H, Reunion Bay, t12/15; cum 175K 5/18;
31034, 3,503, Statoil, Vachal 3-34 6H, Alger, t1/18; cum 134K 3/18;

Tuesday, October 27, 2015: 96 wells for the month; 96 wells for the quarter
27001, 1,428, Bruin E*P/HRC, Nelson 157-100-25A-26-3H, Marmon; it appears gas averaged about 2,000 units along the lateral; spiked to near 3,000 units; in-zone percentage and footage are 77.7% and 7,780 feet; the target was a 10-foot window between 13' and 23' below the top of the middle Bakken; 34 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t4/15; cum 204K 5/18;
29839, 1,033, CLR, Maynor 1-35H, Crazy Man Creek, a 3-well Ecopad; an 11-foot target zone situated between 16' and 27' beneath the base of the upper Bakken shale; alternately, a 14-foot target zone between 15' and 29' feet beneath the upper Bakken shale; ; total gas was static, ranged around 800 units but 2,000 units at the toe; remained in the target zone for 6,009 feet, 64%; 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 61K 8/15;
30041, 2,240, XTO, Deep Creek Federal 43X-5G, Lost Bridge, t11/15; cum 16K 21 days;
30233, 1,363, BR, Old Hickory 43-32TFH, Sand Creek, t11/15; cum 98K 5/18;
30664, 603, XTO, Smouse 31X-28D, West Capa, t3/16; cum 64K 3/18;

Monday, October 26, 2015: 91 wells for the month; 91 wells for the quarter
29092, 2,367, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-15H, Truax, 35 stages, 5.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 78K 8/15;
29093, 737, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-15H3, Three Forks B1, Truax, 26 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t41/5 cum 32K 8/15;
29095, 920, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-14-9-21-14H3, Truax, Three Forks B1; the middle Bakken is about 45 feet thick at this location; Three Forks background gas generall 100 to 3,000 units, but did hit 9,000 units while tripping; first of four wells to be drilled on this pad; 25 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 32K 8/15;
(29094 will come off the confidential list on October 30, 2015) (P Vance wells are tracked here.)
30683, 1,529, MRO, JL Shobe 24-10TFH, Reunion Bay, t12/15; cum 147K 3/18;

Sunday, October 25, 2015: 87 wells for the month; 87 wells for the quarter
30042, 1,939, XTO, Deep Creek Federal 43X-5D, Lost Bridge, t11/15; cum 243K 3/18;
30234, 1,844, BR, Sun Notch 43-32TFH, Sand Creek, t11/15; cum 298K 5/18;
30665, 376, XTO, Smouse 31X-28H, West Capa, t3/16; cum 60K 3/18;

Saturday, October 24, 2015: 84 wells for the month; 84 wells for the quarter
29623, 293, SM Energy, Dohmstriech 15-20HS, Musta, t10/15; cum 8K 10/15;
30043, 2,238, XTO, Deep Creek Federal 43X-5H, Lost Bridge, t12/15; cum 14K 18 days;
30917, 464, XTO, SMouse 31X-28DXA, West Capa, t2/16; cum 87K 3/18;
31039, 1,145, Statoil, Vachal 3-34F XW 1H, Alger, t1/17; cum 104K 3/18;

Friday, October 23, 2015: 80 wells for the month; 80 wells for the quarter
28529, 1,106, Hess, LK-Trotter-146-97-3625H-3, Little Knife, drilling rig, June 19; TD, June 29; a 10' window 19' feet into the middle Bakken; gas as high as 9,272 units; lateral drilled in 5 days, two bits; 35 stages, 2.4 million lbs, t9/15; cum 2K 1 day;
30856, 774, EOG, Shell 29-2820H, Parshall, t10/16; cum 116K 3/18;

Thursday, October 22, 2015: 78 wells for the month; 78 wells for the quarter
27002, 1,235, HRC, Nelson 157-100-25A-36-4H, Marmon, 33 stages, 4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 68K 8/15;
28530, 1,068, Hess, LK-Trotter-146-97-3625H-2, Little Knife, drilling rig, June 3, 2015; TD, June 14, 2015; 10' window approx 19' into the middle Bakken; gas as high as 9,500 units; t9/15; cum 9K 8/15;
29624, 186, SM Energy, Dohmstriech 15B-20HN, Musta, t10/15; cum 8K 10/15;
29993, 888, Triangle USA, Lee 151-101-8-5-10TFH, Ragged Butte, 31 stages, 4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 36K 8/15; (note: wrong sundry form scanned into this file; #29333 was scanned in)
31030, 1,197, EOG, Shell 52-1930H, Parshall, t9/16; cum 143K 3/18;

Wednesday, October 21, 2015: 73 wells for the month; 73 wells for the quarter
29771, 112, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Goldsmith 15-22-158-101, Little Muddy (Williams County), a Bakken well, 35 stages; 5.2 million lbs, t6/15; cum 12K 8/15;

Tuesday, October 20, 2015: 72 wells for the month; 72 wells for the quarter
23792, SI/NC-->TATD, CLR, Monroe 2-2H1, Banks, no production data,
28921, 1,269, Sinclair, Highland 4-9H, Sanish, t5/17; cum 130K 3/18;
31031, 1,038, EOG, Shell 6-1930H, Parshall, t9/16; cum 166K 3/18;
31032, 910, EOG, Shell 5-1930H, Parshall, t9/16; cum 93K 3/18;
31038, 1,136, Statoil, Vachal 3-34 7H, Alger, t1/17; cum 113K 3/18; huge jump in production in neighboring #19764;

Monday, October 19, 2015: 67 wells for the month; 67 wells for the quarter
23793, SI/NC-->TATD, CLR, Monroe 3-2H,  Banks, no production data, 
28532, PNA, Hess, HA-Sanford-152-96-1819H-2, Westberg, no production data,
29475, 941, CLR, Candee 6-9H, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, 30 stages; 6 million lbs, t5/15; cum 67K 8/15;

Sunday, October 18, 2015: 64 wells for the month; 64 wells for the quarter
28578, 1,929, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 145-97-7D-6-2H, Little Knife, t10/15; cum 14K 10/15;
30880, 423, EOG, Shell 4-1930H, Parshall, t10/16; cum 3K 10/16;
31037, 785, Statoil, Vachal 3-34 8TFH, Alger, t1/17; cum 140K 3/18;

Saturday, October 17, 2015: 61 wells for the month; 61 wells for the quarter
23791, 1,990, CLR, Pasadena 3-2H1, Banks, t10/18; cum 54K 11/18;
28533, 757, Hess, HA-Sanford-152-96-1819H-3, Westberg, t10/15; cum 19K 10/15; 
30720, 1,276, XTO, Tobacco Garden 24X-32E, Tobacco Garden, t8/17; cum 70K 3/18;

Friday, October 16, 2015: 58 wells for the month; 58 wells for the quarter
23790, 270, CLR, Pasadena 2-2H, Banks, t-- ; cum --
28534, 1,118, Hess, HA-Sanford-152-96-1819H-4, Westberg, t10/15; cum 15K 10/15;

Thursday, October 15, 2015: 56 wells for the month; 56 wells for the quarter
28535, 769, Hess, HA-Sanford-152-96-1819H-5, Westberg, t10/15; cum 126K 5/18;
28896, 1,486, Zavanna/Oasis, Blackjack 24-13 1H/Kemper 6193 14-14B, East Fork,t12/15; cum 234K 5/18;
30721, 708, XTO, Tobacco Garden 24X-32AXB, Tobacco Garden, South Red River B, t6/15; cum 118K 5/18;
30767, 1,644, Statoil, Judy 22-15 7TFH, East Fork, t1/16; cum 117K 5/18;

Wednesday, October 14, 2015: 52 wells for the month; 52 wells for the quarter
28536, 1,290, Hess, HA-Sanford-LE-152-96-1819H-1, Westberg, t10/15; cum 186K 5/18;
28895, 1,135, Zavanna, Blackjack 24-13 2TFH, East Fork, t1/16; cum 191K 5/18;
29474, 1,088, CLR, Candee 5-9H1, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, Three Forks, 30 stages, 6 million lbs, a 6-well pad (Candee/Kukla) t5/15; cum 216K 5/18;

Tuesday, October 13, 2015: 49 wells for the month; 49 wells for the quarter
30693, 163, EOG, Wayzetta 69-2531H, Parshall, t10/15; cum 75K 5/18;
30722, 274, XTO, Tobacco Garden 24X-32F, Tobacco Garden, t5/17; cum 196K 5/18;
30900, 640, CLR, Reckitt Federal 1-22H, Long Creek, t9/15; cum 196K 5/18;

Monday, October 12, 2015: 46 wells for the month; 46 wells for the quarter
28894, 623, Zavanna, Blackjack 24-13 3H, East Fork, t1/16; cum 228K 5/18;
29333, 359, Triangle USA, Wisness 150-100-23-14-8H, Timber Creek, t4/15; cum 75K 8/15;
29473, 1,001, CLR, Candee 4-9H, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, 30 stages, 3.3 million lbs, t5/15; cum 249K 5/18;
30926, 605, Wayzetta 67-2536H, Parshall, t9/15, cum 209K 5/18;

Sunday, October 11, 2015: 42 wells for the month; 42 wells for the quarter
30438, 436, Hess, EN-Kiesel-LE-155-94-1917H-2, Manitou, t9/15; cum 113K 5/18;
30780, 2,525, BR, CCU Gopher 2-2-15MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 264K 11/18;

Saturday, October 10, 2015: 40 wells for the month; 40 wells for the quarter
29332, 303, Triangle USA, Wisness 150-100-23-14-12TFH, Timber Creek, t4/15; cum 21K 8/15;
30723, 368, XTO, Tobacco Garden 24X-32B, Tobacco Garden, t5/17; cum 167K 11/18;

Friday, October 9, 2015: 38 wells for the month; 38 wells for the quarter
29101, 762, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-16-9-10TFH, McGregor, t4/15; cum 67K 8/15;
30439, 802, Hess, EN-Kiesel-LE-155-94-1918H-1, Manitou, t10/15; cum 22K 10/15;
30779, 2,325, BR, CCU Gopher 1-2-15TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 12K 10/15;

Thursday, October 8, 2015: 35 wells for the month; 35 wells for the quarter
29307, 501, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-16-9-1TFH, McGregor, 35 stages, 4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 27K 8/15;
29308, 924, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-16-9-2MBH, McGregor, t41/5; cum 44K 8/15;
29309, 1,149, Liberty Resources, ND State 158-95-16-9-2TFH, McGregor, t4/15; cum 66K 8/15;
29585, 746, Hess, EN-Kiesel-155-94-1918H-1, Manitou, t10/15;
29805, 1,823, XTO, State 11X-16MB5, Charlson, t2/16; cum 61K 8/16;
30778, 1,44, BR, CCU Red River 8-2-15MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 234K 5/18;

Wednesday, October 7, 2015: 28 wells for the month; 28 wells for the quarter
28394, 341, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 41-30 4T, Baker, t5/15; cum 43K 8/15;
28554, 2,329, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 31-30 2B, Baker, 50 stages, 9.1 million lbs, t5/15; cum 49K 8/15;
30714, 1,864, XTO, State 11X-16TF4, Charlson, t2/16; cum 139K 5/18;

Tuesday, October 6, 2015: 25 wells for the month; 25 wells for the quarter
28303, 451, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 31-30 11T, Baker, t5/15; cum 55K 8/15;
29097, 2,504, Whiting, P Vance 154-97-16-9-21-16H3, Truax, 26 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 86K 3/18;
29240, 1,827, Bruin Operating/HRC, Borrud 156-101-2B-11-5H, Tyrone, 34 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t4/15; cum 223K 11/18;
29586, 661, Hess, EN-Kiesel-155-94-1918H-4, Manitou, t10/15; cum 11K 10/15;
30777, 1,960, BR, CCU Red River 7-2-15TFH, Corral Creek, t10/15; cum 175K 5/18;

Monday, October 5, 2015: 20 wells for the month; 20 wells for the quarter
30715, 2,384, XTO, State 11X-16MB4, Charlson, t1/16; cum 169K 3/18;
30873, 708, Missouri River Resources, Arikara 3W-3H-BK, Squaw Creek, plug and perf, 19 stages, 2.9 million lbs, 320-acre spacing; total depth, 15,631 feet; t7/15; cum 151K 5/18;

Sunday, October 4, 2015: 18 wells for the month; 18 wells for the quarter
30047, 1,186, XTO, Thorp Federal 11X-28E, Little Knife, t10/15; cum 140K 5/18;
30874, 779, Missouri River Resources, National 3W-4H-TF, Squaw Creek, plug and perf, 19 stages, 2.8 million lbs, 320-acre spacing; total depth, 15,885 feet; t71/5; cum --
30875, 192, XTO, Roen 24X-23AXD, Elk, t1/16; cum 70K 5/18; off-line about half of each month early on;

Saturday, October 3, 2015: 15 wells for the month; 15 wells for the quarter
29481, 917, CLR, Barney 7-29H, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t5/15; cum 234K 5/18;
30046, 1,686, XTO, Thorp Federal 11X-28A, Little Knife, t9/15; cum 30K 12/15;
30882, 599, XTO, Sorenson 31X-28H, Siverston, t11/15; cum --
 
Friday, October 2, 2015: 12 wells for the month; 12 wells for the quarter
29238, 1,209, HRC, Borrud 156-101-2B-11-3H, Tyrone, 33 stages, 3.01 million lbs, t4/15; cum 172
K 5/18;
 
Thursday, October 1, 2015: 11 wells for the month; 11 wells for the quarter
28637, 1,819, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 10T, Baker, Three Forks, application was "10B"; 11-foot zone beginning 16 feet into the Three Forks, trip gases of 2,284, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
28648, 1,234, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 9B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 38K 7/15;
28649, 2,169, Oasis, Chalmers 5300 21-19 11B, Baker, 36 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 48K 7/15;
28976, 518, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 12T, Baker, 50 stages, 9.2 million lbs, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
28978, 874, Oasis, Wade Federal 5300 21-30 13B, Baker, 50 stages, 9.3 million lbs, t51/5; cum 241K 11/18;
29191, 772, CLR, Rennerfeldt 8-30H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.8 million lbs, t51/5; cum 176K 5/18;
29361, 579, Hess, CA-Ferguson Smith-155-95-3031H-4, Capa, t11/15; cum 118K 5/18;
29480, 1.010, CLR, Barney 6-29H1, Brooklyn, 30 stages, 5.9 million lbs; t5/15; cum 218K 5/18;
29599, 117, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Durant 10-3-158-101, Little Muddy, 35 stages, 5.2 million lbs, a Bakken well, t6/15; cum 78K 5/18;
30639, 2,491, XTO, Evelyn 31X-3G, Lindahl, t3/16; cum 48K 11/18;
30883, 442, XTO, Sorenson 31X-28C, Siverston, t11/15; cum 186K 11/18;