Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Six (6) New Permits; Starting To See New Wells Completed -- June 30, 2015

Active rigs:


6/30/201506/30/201406/30/201306/30/201206/30/2011
Active Rigs75191189215173

Six (6) new permits --
  • Operators: CLR (6)
  • Fields: Banks (McKenzie), Chimney Butte (Dunn)
  • Comments:
Nine (9) wells coming off the confidential list Wednesday:
  • 28417, 2,355, MRO, Haley USA 24011H, Chimney Butte, 30 stages, 3.9 million lbs, t41/5; cum 36K 5/15;
  • 29465, SI/NC, BR, Teton 7-1-3TFSH, Camel Butte, no production data,
  • 29576, drl, XTO, Satter 31X-1H, Siverston, no production data,
  • 29658, 2,344, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-13HLW, Bear Den, 38 stages, 3.7 million lbs, t3/15; cum 32K 5/15;
  • 29757, drl, MRO, Packineau USA 21-3H, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 29821, SI/NC, EOG, Fertile 74-0905H, Parshall, no production data,
  • 30054, SI/NC, SM Energy, Rilye 3B-26HS, West Ambrose, no production data,
  • 30084, 1,248, Hess, BB-Sivertson (sic)-LN-151-95-1719H-1, Blue Buttes, 35 stages, 2.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 25K 5/15;
  • 30115, SI/NC, BR, CCU Dakotan 3-8-17MBH, Juniper, no production data,
Two (2) producing wells completed:
  • 24868, 553, Hess, EN-Fretheim A 155-93-3334H-9, Robinson Lake, 4 sections, t6/15; cum --
  • 28860, 405, Hess, EN-Hermanson-LE-155-93-3501H-8, Robinson Lake, 4 sections, t6/15; cum --

Setting Us Up For $200 Oil -- June 30, 2015

Well, well, well. Isn't this interesting?

Reuters is reporting:
Massive downward revisions to oil output in Brazil and Iraq have increased the risks for oil markets of going from the current feast to famine within just a few years, leading to a price spike that would give a new boost to the U.S. shale industry.
Brazil and Iraq had been expected to add over 2 million barrels per day to global supply by 2020 and another 2.5 million by 2025, becoming the two biggest contributors to help meet rising global demand, according to the long-term forecast of the International Energy Agency.
On the other hand, in the short term, OPEC is boosting supply. Reuters is reporting: OPEC Crude Production Surges as Iraq Pumps at Record Pace.
Iraqi crude production climbed to a record this month, helping send OPEC output to the highest level since August 2012.

Output by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries climbed 744,000 barrels to 32.134 million a day this month. Last month’s total was revised 189,000 barrels lower to 31.39 million a day, because of changes to the Saudi, Iraqi, Algerian and Nigerian estimates.
Iraqi production rose 567,000 barrels a day to a record 4.388 million this month. Iraq, OPEC’s second-biggest producer, was responsible for more than half of the total gain this month.
Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s top producer, increased output by 150,000 barrels a day to 10.45 million in June, the most in monthly Bloomberg data going back to 1989. [This increase comes after a $35 billion, 5-year program to increase production. So, after announcing this $35 billion program, Saudi sets a record by increasing output by 150,000 bopd, from 10.30 million = a whopping 1.46% increase. Disclaimer holds.]
The kingdom exported more crude because of higher Asian demand.
Iranian production rose 50,000 barrels a day to 2.85 million this month, leaving output at the highest level since March 2014. The nation pumped more than 3.1 million barrels a day from 1991 until July 2012, when additional sanctions were imposed on the Islamic republic to curb its nuclear program.
Iran has estimated it could double exports from about 1 million barrels a day within six months of sanctions being lifted.
Remember: this is a survey of oil executives and analysts; it is a survey.

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Meanwhile, Platts is reporting:
China's apparent oil demand* in May increased 8.2% from a year earlier to an average 10.36 million barrels per day (bopd).
Apparent demand during the month was supported by healthy demand growth across all oil product categories.
China's refinery throughput in May averaged 10.38 million bopd, rising 7.4% from a year earlier. On the other hand, China was a net oil product exporter in May, with volumes totaling 120,000 mt.
During the first five months of this year, China's total apparent oil demand averaged 10.45 million b/d, an increase of 5.2% from the same period of 2014. This continues to be the fastest pace of year-to-date growth since 2011 and defies a relatively weak macroeconomic outlook.
"This was the fastest pace of growth since June 2013, when demand grew by 11.53%. Demand for all key products showed year-on-year increase in the month," said Platts Associate Editorial Director for Asia oil news, Mriganka Jaipuriyar.
And then this: look for huge car sales data tomorrow, including a "move away from smaller cars and a further move toward SUVs.

Random Snapshot Of Emerald -- June 30, 2015

I post "snapshots" of companies chronologically (when I remember) at this site:

Emerald Oil (VOG acquires Emerald Oil, announced July 11, 2012)
For newbies, the data points above are newest at the top; oldest at the bottom. The first two bullets are undated, but it's obvious that it was 2012 or earlier.

I posted this because I was surprised at the number of net acres Emerald now controls. I noted this in Filloon's recent contribution over at Seeking Alpha.

EIA Expands Natural Gas Coverage -- June 30, 2015

EIA press release:
Beginning today, the U.S. Energy Information Administration is expanding its reporting of monthly natural gas production by 10 additional states. The addition of these states – Arkansas, California, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, and West Virginia – significantly enhances EIA's monthly coverage, which was previously limited to Alaska, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Wyoming, and the Federal Gulf of Mexico.
Accompanying EIA's expanded coverage is a new webpage, Monthly Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production (http://www.eia.gov/petroleum/production/), which replaces the Monthly Natural Gas Gross Production Report. As suggested by the title of the new webpage, EIA will also be using it to report survey-based estimates for monthly crude oil production (including lease condensate) from the states covered by the new EIA-914 survey later this summer, followed by production data categorized by API gravity, an important measure of crude oil quality.
Monthly natural gas production estimates for 15 states, the Federal Gulf of Mexico, and the rest of the country (aggregated and reported as "Other States") are provided for January through April 2015. These estimates are based on data collected from a sample of U.S. operators on the expanded Form EIA-914 (http://www.eia.gov/survey/form/eia_914/form.pdf) survey, with the exception of Alaska, which directly reports its volumes. Monthly production estimates for the expansion states, as with the original individually surveyed states and areas, are available with only a two-month lag; for example, the June release includes production estimates for April 2015. Previously, estimates for these 10 states were delayed by as much as two years.
The expanded geographic scope of the EIA-914 survey is in response to significant increases in U.S. natural gas production over the past several years, as well as important changes in production sources over this period. For example, the original EIA-914 survey, which was initiated in 2005, did not offer individual coverage for states such as Pennsylvania that have undergone transformative natural gas production growth, or for other states that may soon experience significant near-term production increases.
EIA is now reporting data for individual states that represented nearly 90% of total U.S. natural gas production in 2014. Previously, the survey's "Other States" grouping combined natural gas production from 27 states and the Federal Offshore Pacific. This grouping of states accounted for only 17% of total U.S. natural gas gross withdrawals in 2005. That share rose to more than a third (35%) by 2014. Within this group, the 10 expansion states represented 13% of total U.S. natural gas gross withdrawals in 2005 and more than twice that share (32%) in 2014. Production data from these 10 states will now be individually listed in the report.
The remaining 18 states/areas that now make up the aggregated "Other States" grouping (Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and Federal Pacific) consistently accounted for less than 5% of U.S. natural gas production from 2005 through 2014.
Natural gas production data collected on the EIA-914 survey are used as inputs to several EIA products, including the Natural Gas Monthly and EIA forecasts such as the Short-Term Energy Outlook and the Annual Energy Outlook.

Best Link Of The Day -- Forrest Gump Legislation -- June 30, 2015

... and folks wonder why I have such a negative view when it comes to renewable energy.

This is such an incredible story, one cannot make it up.

But if the Washingtonians enjoy paying higher prices for their electricity, that's fine with me. I think it's pretty funny.

From Forbes:
My local electric utility here in Washington State just raised my base electricity price and are having to buy renewable energy credits because they are required to supply 9% of our electricity from renewable sources next year and we only produce 85% from renewables now.
What?!
Yes, electricity generation in Washington State is 79% hydroelectric, 8% nuclear, 6% wind, 4% coal and 3% gas. We have the most renewable energy generation and the lowest carbon footprint in America and have more than surpassed any reasonable low-carbon goal you could possibly imagine. When our only coal-fired power plant is shut in a few years, carbon emissions will drop even more.
However, unlike the rest of the world, our huge amount of hydropower is not allowed to be recognized as renewable anymore, thus we have to buy wind from another state and throw away hydro-generated electricity when that wind comes online.
And the more you read of this article, the more ridiculous it gets. So that the (artificially) increased price of electricity does not hit the poor more than they can afford, they will get a "break" of some sort, paid for by the rest of the Washington State residents ... who voted for this crazy bill. Or voted for the legislators who enacted this crazy bill. 

Thank you, Don, for a great link.

By the way, we still get stories in the mainstream media that renewable energy is becoming as inexpensive as fossil fuel (natural gas and coal). Explain that to the Washington State folks.

As a reminder,

Vern Whitten's Photo Update Of The Bakken -- June 30, 2015

Vern Whitten has provided his most recent photo update of the Bakken. Again, these are amazing photographs. Much appreciated. If you like what you see, send Mr Whitten a thank you note.


Vern Whitten Photography
1518 7th Street South
Fargo, ND 58103

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www.vernwhittenphotography.com

Greece And Rocket Launches: Both Blowing Up -- Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Greece

The AP is reporting: Greece's Varoufakis says IMF won't be paid; Greece's Varoufakis says country will not be paying IMF debt due Tuesday. This should not surprise anyone. The Greeks telegraphed this a few days ago. On June 21, 2015, I posted:
It was reported earlier that the Greeks have said they want the IMF out of Europe. This is the trial balloon / shot across the bow telling the IMF not to expect their $1.8 billion a week from this Tuesday.  But Greece will get that $8.1 billion -- either from Europe, or from Russia.
IMF on the hook; despite Lagarde's initial reluctance, IMF on the hook for Greece. I have no sympathy for the IMF:
As French Finance Minister in 2010, Christine Lagarde opposed the involvement of the International Monetary Fund in Greece.
Now as the country stands on the edge of defaulting on a 1.6 billion euro ($1.8 billion) payment to the Fund, Lagarde's tenure at the head of the IMF since 2011 will be shaped by Greece, which holds a referendum on Sunday that could pave the way to its exit from the euro.
By its own admission the Washington-based institution broke many of its rules in lending to Greece. It ended up endorsing austerity measures proposed by the European Commission and European Central Bank, its partners in the troika of Greece's lenders, instead of leading talks as it had done with other countries such as Russia and in the Asian financial crisis.
This looks like the 2008 US financial crisis all over again.

And now, a two-year deal is being proposed. Sounds like a great headline, until you read that it was proposed by the Greeks.
The failure to pay the IMF was widely expected following the collapse of talks between Greece and its international lenders at the weekend. Had talks over reforms succeeded, Greece could have received a last tranche of aid, which it could have used to pay some of its debts.
Instead, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras surprised lenders at the weekend by calling a snap referendum on Greece's bailout program and austerity measures. The vote is on July 5.
Lenders refused to extend Greece's bailout program until after the vote, prompting anger from Tsipras who is urging the Greek public to vote "no" to more austerity.
The Greek government on Tuesday proposed a new, two-year bailout deal with the European Stability Mechanism. This would be to "fully cover its financing needs and the simultaneous restructuring of debt," according to a translated press release from the office of the Greek Prime Minister.
I think this whole thing could have been avoided if the IMF had simply restructured the debt (euphemism for writing it off over ten years) last week. The IMF is never going to get paid. By not restructuring the debt (euphemism for writing it off over ten years) the IMF simply invites the world's financial "system" begin a death spiral.

What we will now see is a story on every country that has insurmountable debt problems. The first such story / casualty was Puerto Rico.

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Tesla's Elon Musk's Rocket Blows Up

From Bloomberg, June 29, 2015
Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s aim to transport astronauts aboard commercial spacecraft was set back Sunday when one of his unmanned cargo rockets exploded in a fireball minutes after launch.
The disintegration of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket -- the latest reminder that there’s no such thing as a routine voyage to space for man or machine -- was the third fiery demise of a vehicle ferrying supplies to the International Space Station since October. SpaceX and Federal Aviation Administration officials are investigating what went wrong in the rocket’s final seconds.
Cargo missions like Sunday’s attempt are part of a NASA quest to open up spaceflight to commercial ventures, with the debut of astronaut trips on private craft operated by SpaceX and Boeing Co. to follow later this decade. The explosion also prevented a cost-savings attempt at guiding the rocket’s spent booster to a vertical landing on an unmanned platform bobbing in the Atlantic Ocean.
Is it just me or do others think the same thing: is this crazy or what?

The US, at one time, was "routinely" sending men to the moon and back, and launching and recovering space shuttles on a regular basis. Now, it appears, "we" can't even launch comparatively "simpler" re-supply missions into low orbit without them blowing up.

I remember a retired Air Force general officer talking to us at Air War College back in 1996, telling us that it was still amazing to him that whenever there was a space launch it was a major television event and folks would clap and shout and cheer when a launch was successful. He thought that we should be at the stage where rocket launches were routine, no different than the airlines since the 1950's or whenever their golden age began.

But here we are, it seems, at the dawn of the space age (again) when we can't even launch a rocket into low earth orbit. We landed a man on the moon back in 1969 and here it is almost 50 years later and we're having trouble launching rockets.

Only one thing comes to mind: cutting corners on cost.

The Bakken Has Changed -- June 30, 2015

Any doubt that things have changed in the Bakken? These thirteen (13) wells came off the confidential list today: not one reported production and almost all went to SI/NC status.
  • 27780, 2,244, QEP, TAT 2-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 277K 12/18;
  • 27781, 2,055, QEP, TAT 1-35-26TH, Grail, t7/15; cum 89K 6/18; off line as of 6/18;
  • 27782, 2,045, QEP, TAT 1-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 235K 12/18;
  • 28460, 2,032, QEP, TAT 4-35-26TH, Grail, t6/15; cum 148K 12/18;
  • 29357, 1,013, QEP, Jones 2-15-23TH, Grail, t9/15; cum 298K 12/18;
  • 29358, 722, QEP, Jones 1-15-23TH, Grail, t9/15; cum 282K 12/18;
  • 29359, 2,080, QEP, Jones 2-15-22BH, t9/15; cum 248K 12/18;
  • 29360, 2,520, QEP, Jones 1-15-22BH, Grail, t8/15; cum 209K 12/18;
  • 29393, 2,240, QEP, TAT 5-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 304K 12/18;
  • 29394, 2,199, QEP, TAT 5-35-26TH, Grail, t7/15; cum 121K 10/18; off-line as of 10/18;
  • 29409, 1,434, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-11, Hawkeye, t7/15; cum 288K 12/18;
  • 29756, 1,292, MRO, Anna Packineau USA 21-3TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/15; cum 164K 8/18; off-line as of 8/18;
  • 30182, 41, Enduro Operating, NSCU F-721-H1, Newburg, Spearfish/Charles pool; t101/5; cum 13K 12/18;
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QEP TAT Wells, Section 35-149-95 

Six-well pad:
  • 27780, 2,244, QEP, TAT 2-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 277K 12/18;
  • 27781, 2,055, QEP, TAT 1-35-26TH, Grail, t7/15; cum 89K 6/18; off line as of 6/18;
  • 27782, 2,045, QEP, TAT 1-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 235K 12/18;
  • 28460, 2,032, QEP, TAT 4-35-26TH, Eagle Nest, t6/15; cum 148K 12/18;
  • 29393, 2,240, QEP, TAT 5-35-26BH, Grail, t7/15; cum 304K 12/18;
  • 29394, 2,199, QEP, TAT 5-35-26TH, Grail, t7/15; cum 121K 10/18; off-line as of 10/18;
Four-well pad:
  • 26140, 2,496, QEP, TAT 4-35-26BH, t4/14; cum 209K 12/18;
  • 21456, 2,014, QEP, TAT 13-35/6H, t7/12; cum 451K 12/18;
  • 26139, 2,232, QEP, TAT 3-35-26BH, t4/14; cum 190K 12/18;
  • 26138, 2,080, QEP, TAT 2-35-26TH, t4/14; cum 211K 12/18;





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QEP Jones Wells, Section 15-150-95

The wells:
  • 29357, 1,013, QEP, Jones 2-15-23TH, Eagle Nest, t9/15; cum 298K 12/18;
  • 29358, 722, QEP, Jones 1-15-23TH, Grail, t9/15; cum 282K 12/18;
  • 29359, 2,080, QEP, Jones 2-15-22BH, Grail, t8/15; cum 248K 12/18;
  • 29360, 2,520, QEP, Jones 1-15-22BH, Grail, t8/15; cum 209K 12/18;
  • 29329, 2,291, QEP, Jones 15-22-16-21LL, Grail, t9/15; cum 489K 12/18;
  • 29328, 2,312, QEP, Jones 4-15-22BH, Grail, t9/15; cum 442K 12/18;
  • 29327, 2,261, QEP, Jones 6-15-22TH, Grail, t9/15; cum 378K 12/18;
  • 29326, 904, QEP, Jones 3-15-22BH, Grail, t10/15; cum 265K 12/18;
  • 29325, 2,308, QEP, Jones 5-15-22TH, Grail, t9/15; cum351K 12/18;
  • 29324, 1,963, QEP, Jones 3-15-23TH, Grail, t9/15; cum 426K 12/18;

New Wells Reporting 3Q15 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, US

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

Note: on December 14, 2015, I started putting IPs in blue bold if they were put on the SI/NC list before an IP was reported. If on the DRL list, I left them in red bold.

It's hard to believe that every well that has come off the confidential list since, and including, 2011 has been posted.  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, September 30, 2015: 111 for the month; 379 for the quarter
29362, 1,083, Hess, CA-Ferguson Smith-155-95-3031H-3, Capa, Three Forks, 35 stages, 2.8 million lbs, t8/15; cum --
30352, 824, Hunt, Writing Rock 161-101-25-36H-1, Writing Rock, 25 stages plug and perf, 2.8 million lbs, t5/15; cum 14K 7/15;
30884, 1,097, XTO, Sorenson 31X-28G, Siverston, t12/15; cum 2K 4 days;

Tuesday, September 29, 2015: 108 for the month; 376 for the quarter
29192, 1,051, CLR, Rennerfeldt 7-30H, Brooklyn, 29 stages, 3.3 million lbs, t51/5; cum 56K 7/15;
29363, 563, Hess, CA-Ferguson Smith-155-95-3031H-2, Capa, t8/15; cum --
30701, 1,761, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 8H, East Fork, t10/15; cum 7K 10/15;
30855, 1,086, EOG, Shell 29-2820H, Parshall, t10/16; cum 167K 8/17;

Monday, September 28, 2015: 104 for the month; 372 for the quarter
30370, 698, XTO, Lisa Federal 14X-34F, Hofflund, t3/16; cum 2K after 5 days;
30576, 1,139, Hess, CA-Ferguson Smith-LW-155-95-3031H-1, Capa, Three Forks, vertical hole, 39 drilling hours; lateral 83 drilling hours (total drilling days, 5.08 days), gas as high as 2,814 units; flare 1 - 7 feet, 10-foot target zone established; within the ideal geologic window for roughly 70% of the well, t8/15; cum -- 

Sunday, September 27, 2015: 102 for the month; 370 for the quarter
28909, 1,770, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-15W-33-28-2H, Truax, middle Bakken, 24 stages, 3.1 million lbs, t3/15; cum 52K 7/15;
28910, 1,702, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-15W-33-28-2H3, Truax, Three Forks, 24 stages, 3.1 million lbs, t3/15; cum 51K 7/15;
29193, 657, CLR, Rennerfeldt 6-30H1, Brooklyn, Three Forks, 30 stages, 5.93 million lbs sand and ceramic, t5/15; cum 36K 7/15;
29239, 1,803, HRC, Borrud 156-101-2B-11-4H, Tyrone, 34 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t3/15; cum 54K 7/15;
29827, 2,191, QEP, Thompson 7-29-32BHD, Grail, 49 stages, 9.5 million lbs, t4/15; cum 124K 7/15;
29828, 1,657, QEP, Thompson 4-29-32THD, Grail, t4/15, Three Forks, 47 stages, 9.2 million lbs; cum 88K 7/15;
29829, 1,358, QEP, Thompson 6-29-32BHD, Grail, middle Bakken, 49 stages, 9.6 million lbs, t4/15; cum 87K 7/15;
29830, 807, QEP, Thompson 5-29-32BHD, Grail, middle Bakken, 49 stages, 9.6 million lbs, t4/15; cum 35K 7/15;
29831, 1,824, QEP, Thompson 1-29-32T2HD, Grail, Three Forks, 49 stages, 9.6 million lbs, t41/5; cum 95K 7/15; 30371, SI/NC, XTO, Lisa 14X-34E, Hofflund, no production data,
30703, 283, SM Energy, Hagen 3-28HN, Burg, t10/15; cum 5K 10/15;

Saturday, September 26, 2015: 91 for the month; 359 for the quarter
29507, 160, Zavanna, Shepherd 3-11 1H,  Stony Creek, t1/17; cum 125K 8/17;
30356, 819, Hess, BL-Kerbaugh-156-96-3427H-5, Beaver Lodge, t9/15; cum 36K 10/15;
30372, 413, XTO, Lisa 14X-34A, Hofflund, t3/16; cum 3K after 6 days;
30700, 1,754, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 7TFH, East Fork, t10/15; cum 9K 10/15;
30702, 750, SM Energy, Hagen 3-28HS, Burg, nt10/15; cum 12K 10/15;

Friday, September 25, 2015: 86 for the month; 354 for the quarter 
29508, 139, Zavanna, Shepherd 3-11 2TFH, Stony Creek, t12/16; cum 90K 8/17;
30355, 536, Hess, BL-Kerbaugh-156-96-3427H-4, Beaver Lodge, t8/15; cum 20K 10/15;
30682, 841, MRO, Bingo 24-10TFH, Reunion Bay, t1/16; cum 1K 2 days;

Thursday, September 24, 2015: 83 for the month; 351 for the quarter 
28291, 527, Whiting, Kostelecky 11-29PH, South Heart, t5/15; cum 27K 7/15;
30354, 836, Hess, BL-Kerbaugh-156-96-3427H-3, Beaver Lodge, t8/15; cum --
30759, SI/NC, Sinclair, Nelson 25-26XH, Parshall, no production data,

Wednesday, September 23, 2015: 80 for the month; 348 for the quarter 
30353, 820, Hess, BL-Kerbaugh-156-96-3427H-2, Beaver Lodge, t8/15; cum --
30373, SI/NC-->TATD, Statoil, Folvag 5-8 8TFH, Stony Creek, no production data,
30681, 1,827, MRO, Marjorie 14-10H, Reunion Bay, t12/15; cum 14K 24 days;
30790, 910, SM Energy, Stacey 13-9H, Poe, t6/16; cum 38K 6/16;

Tuesday, September 22, 2015: 76 for the month; 344 for the quarter 
26122, 3,793, Whiting, Skunk Creek 1-8-17-16H, South Fork, background gas of 3,899 units with a high of 5,826; flare averaged 5; nothing else said; spud March 22; landed the curve on March 28; started the horizontal on March 30; TD on April 3; t8/15; cum --
29509, 125, Zavanna, Shepherd 3-11 3H, Stony Creek, t1/17; cum 106K 8/17;
30374, SI/NC->TATD, Statoil, East Fork 32-29 8THF, East Fork, no production data,
30859, 156, XTO, Odegaard State 21X-16F, Midway, t2/16; cum 16K after 36 days;

Monday, September 21, 2015: 72 for the month; 340 for the quarter 
29797, 2,084, BR, Morgan 24-21MBH, Pershing, t12/15; cum 15K 7 days
30375, SI/NC->TATD, Statoil, East Fork 32-29 1H, East Fork, no production data,
30565, SI/NC->TATD, Statoil, Folvag 5-8 1H, Stony Creek, no production data,
30791, 348, SM Energy, Ashley 13X-9H, Poe, t6/16; cum 12K over 1.5 months 6/16;

Sunday, September 20, 2015: 68 for the month; 336 for the quarter
26943, 3,038, Whiting, Smokey 4-15-22-14H3, Pembroke, t5/15; cum 45K 7/15;
29796, 1,723, BR, Kirkland 24-21MBH, Pershing, no production data, t12/15; cum 16K 21 days;
30376, SI/NC->TATD, Statoil, Folvag 5-8-2TFH, Stony Creek, no production data,
30651, 0/A, XTO, Odegaard State 21X-16AXB, Midway, 2/16; cum -- off-line immediately after 3 days; back on status as of 6/16; with 10K over 18 days in 6/16;
Saturday, September 19, 2015: 64 for the month; 332 for the quarter
28254, 1,410, Emerald Oil, Excalibur 6-25-36H, Boxcar Butte, t3/15; cum 41K 7/15;
29510, 48, Zavanna, Shepherd 3-11 4TFH, Stony Creek, t1/17; cum 39K 8/17;
30101, 1,742, Hess, BB-Ole Anderson-151-95-3130H-8, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum --
Friday, September 18, 2015: 61 for the month; 329 for the quarter
29780, 745, Abraxas, Ravin 8H, North Fork, t11/15; cum 24K 46 days;
29795, 1,283, BR, Morgan 24-21TFH, Pershing, t1/16; cum 1K 38 days;
30100, 1,507, Hess, BB-Ole Anderson-151-95-3130H-7, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum -- 
30669, 10, XTO, Odegaard State 21X-16E, Midway, t2/16; cum 26K 3/16;

Thursday, September 17, 2015: 57 for the month; 325 for the quarter
29418, 1,353, Whiting, State 31-3-4H, Nelson Bridge, 30 stages, 3.2 million lbs sand; on a pump almost immediately, t3/15; cum 42K 7/15;

Wednesday, September 16, 2015: 56 for the month; 324 for the quarter
28253, 1,372, Emerald, Excalibur 7-25-36H, Boxcar Butte, 25 stages, 3.9 million lbs sand, t3/15; cum 51K 7/15;
30099, 1,431, Hess, BB-Ole Anderson-151-95-3130H-6, Blue Buttes, t8/15 cum -- 
30670, 320, XTO, Odegaard State 21X-16A, Midway, t2/16; cum -- one day of production;
30699, 419, Statoil, Hospital 31-36 8TFH, Alger, t12/16; cum 2K 8/17;
30754, 709, SM Energy, Fossum 15-35HR, Indian Hill, nt8/15; cum -- 

Tuesday, September 15, 2015: 51 for the month; 319 for the quarter
29086, 1,607, Whiting, Cymbaluk Federal 41-15PH, Bell, 30 stages, 3.1 million lbs sand; placed on ESP almost immediately, t3/15; cum 73K 7/15;
29779, 833, Abraxas, Sten-Rav 1H, North Fork, t11/15; cum 31K 12/15;
30098, 1,362, Hess, BB-Ole Anderson-151-95-3130H-5, Blue Buttes, t9/15; cum -- 

Monday, September 14, 2015: 48 for the month; 316 for the quarter
29579, 1,270, XTO, Satter 31X-1CXD, Sivertson, t12/15; cum 4K 8 days;
30097, 1,702, Hess, BB-Ole Anderson-151-95-3130H-4, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum --
30698, 763, Statoil, Hospital 31-36 7H, Alger, t1/17; cum 16K 8/17;

Sunday, September 13, 2015: 45 for the month; 313 for the quarter
29990, 686, Abraxas, Stenehjem 5H, North Fork, t11/15; cum 28K 12/15;
30451, 791, Hess, EN-D Cvancara S-154-93-0904H-11, Robinson Lake, t8/15; cum --

Saturday, September 12, 2015: 43 for the month; 311 for the quarter
29578, 1,479, XTO, Satter 31X-1G2, Sivertson, t12/15; cum 8K 12 days;

Friday, September 11, 2015: 42 for the month; 310 for the quarter
28407, 1,339, Whiting, P Wood 154-98-4E-26-15-4H, Truax, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 36K 7/15;
28408, 1,362, Whiting, P Wood 154-98-4E-26-35-14H3, Truax,2 sections, t3/15; cum 39K 7/15;
30446, 604, EOG, Shell 12-3225H, Parshall, t9/15; cum 38K 10/15;
30452, 871, Hess, EN-D Cvancara S-154-93-0904H-10, Robinson Lake, t8/15; cum 45K 10/15;
30499, 1,086, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-1807H-11, Big Gulch, producing, 17K first 11 days;
30624, SI/NC, Statoil, Banks State 16-21 6TFH, Banks, no production data,

Thursday, September 10, 2015: 36 for the month; 304 for the quarter
29417, 1,324, Whiting, State 31-3-5HU, Cartwright, t3/15; cum 43K 7/15;
29419, 1,165, Whiting, State 31-3-3H, Nelson Bridge, t3/15; cum 43K 7/15;
29420, 918, Whiting, State 31-3-1H, Nelson Bridge, t4/15; cum 32K 7/15;
29421, 920, Whiting, State 31-3HU, Hay Creek, t4/15; cum 36K 7/15;
30173, drl-->SI/NC, XTO, Stenehjem 31X-28C, Siverston,
30453, 841, Hess, EN-D Cvancara S-154-93-0904H-9, Robinson Lake, t8/15; cum 50K half-months only;
30500, 929, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-1807H-10, Big Gulch, t8/15; cum 5K 7/15;

Wednesday, September 9, 2015: 29 for the month; 297 for the quarter
29450, 2,251, QEP, Moberg 20-17-19-18LL, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 79K 7/15;
29451, 2,028, QEP, Moberg 20-21-29-28LL, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 72K 7/15;
30625, TATD, Statoil, Banks State 16-21 7H, Banks, 
30782, 424, EOG, Shell 11-3225H, Parshall,  t9/15; cum 8K 10/15;

Tuesday, September 8, 2015: 25 for the month; 293 for the quarter
29597, 212, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Hughes 11-2-158-101, Little Muddy, a non-Bakken well; t6/15; cum 8K 7/15;
30174, SI/NC, XTO, Stenehjem 31X-28G, Siverston, no production data,
30501, 1,021, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-1807H-9, Big Gulch, t7/15; cum 16K 7/15;
30718, 1,030, Hess, EN-D Cvancara S-154-93-0904H-8, Robinson Lake, t9/15; cum 61K 12/15;

Monday, September 7, 2015: 21 for the month; 289 for the quarter
24244, TATD, Statoil, Banks State 16-21 2TFH, Banks, no production data,
30191, 814, EOG, Shell 33-3125H, Parshall, t9/15; cum 36K 10/15;
30717, 671, Hess, EN-D Cvancara S-154-93-0904H-7, Robinson Lake, t9/15; cum 29K 10/15;
30787, 1,592, XTO, Rita 44X-34CXD, Tobacco Garden, t12/15; cum 4K 5 days;

Sunday, September 6, 2015: 17 for the month; 285 for the quarter
26121, 2,959, Whiting, Skunk Creek 1-8-17-16H3, South Fork, t8/15; cum --
28055, 1,754, Whiting, Smith Federal 41-13PH, Park, t5/15; cum 76K 7/15;
28056, 2,282, Whiting, Smith Federal l44-12PH, Park, t4/15; cum 126K 7/15;
29367, 651, CLR, Rader 3-24H1, Avoca, t31/5; cum 38K 7/15;
30175, SI/NC, XTO, Stenehjem 31X-28CXD, Siverston, no production data,
30502, 791, Hess, LK-A Qtr Cir-147-96-1807H-8, Big Gulch, t8/15; cum 44K 10/15;
30611, 347, XTO, Odegaard State 31X-16DXA, Midway, t4/16; cum 31K 6/16; only 12 days in 6/16;
 
Saturday, September 5, 2015
: 10 for the month; 278 for the quarter
None

Friday, September 4, 2015: 10 for the month; 278 for the quarter
30176, SI/NC, XTO, Stenehjem 31X-28H, Siverston, no production data,

Thursday, September 3, 2015: 9 for the month; 277 for the quarter
29208, 2,533, MRO, Lun USA 11-14H, Reunion Bay, t6/15; cum 46K 7/15 (45 days);
29611, SI/NC, Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 8TFH, Banks, no production data,
30469, SI/NC, EOG, Shell 22-2819H, Parshall, no production data,
30604, 609, SM Energy, L. Johnson 4-30HS, t10/15; cum 9K 10/15;

Wednesday, September 2, 2015: 5 for the month; 273 for the quarter
29366, 963, CLR, Rader 2-24H, Avoca, 30 stages, 5.8 million lbs, t3/15 cum 61K 7/15
30285, SI/NC, XTO, Stenehjem 31X-28D, Siverston, no production data,

Tuesday, September 1, 2015: 3 for the month; 271 for the quarter
29680, SI/NC, Statoil, Richard 8-5 5H, Banks,
30603, 203, SM Eenrgy, L. Johnson 4-30HN, Burg, t10/15; cum 2K 10/15;
30781, SI/NC, EOG, Shell 23-2820H, Parshall,


Friday, August 28, 2015: 102 for the month; 268 for the quarter
29448, 1,986, WPX, Emma Owner 23-14HC, Spotted Horn, t3/16; cum 43K 27 days in 3/16;
30535, IA, XTO, Dakota Federal 41X-16D, Haystack Butte, no test date; IA; 29 days in 2/16;,
30940, 2,405, BR, CCU Bison Point 34-34MBH, Corral Creek, t12/15; cum 7K 10 days;

Thursday, August 27, 2015: 99 for the month; 265 for the quarter
25361, 2,348, Whiting/KOG, Smokey 4-15-22-14H, Pembroke, 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 21K 6/15 (29 days);
30387, SI/NC, SM Eenrgy, Shawn 1B-15HS, West Ambrose, no production data,
30697, 2,044, MRO, Mikkelsen 11-14H, Reunion Bay, t12/15; cum 21K 21 days;

Wednesday, August 26, 2015: 96 for the month; 262 for the quarter
29163, 809, Hess, BB-Chapin A-LS-151-95-0403H-1, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 36K 10/15;
29610, SI/NC, Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 5H, Banks, no production data,
29760, 2,267, MRO, Halvorson 34-34TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/15; cum 52K 10/15;
30757, 81, XTO, Roen 24X-23E, Elk, t1/16; cum 4K with intermittent production;

Tuesday, August 25, 2015: 92 for the month; 258 for the quarter
29162, 1,001, Hess, BB-Chapin A-151-95-0403H-10, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 58K 10/15;
30388, SI/NC, SM Energy, Heather 1B-15HN, West Ambrose,

Monday, August 24, 2015: 90 for the month; 256 for the quarter
28539, 2,771, Whiting/KOG, P Dam State 155-94-4-16-21-13H3, Epping, Three Forks B1, northeast of Williston, ESP, 6/15; 30 stages, 3.6 million lbs; t2/15; cum 62K 6/15;
28540, 2,614, Whiting/KOG, P Dam State 155-99-4-16-21-13H, Epping; ESP 5/15; Bakken, 30 stages, 3.8 million lbs; t2/15; cum 60K 6/15;
28541, 1,700, Whiting/KOG, P Dam State 155-99-4-16-21-14H3, Epping, Three Forks, ESP, 5/15; 30 stages, 3.6 million lbs; t2/15; cum 57K 6/15;
28542, 2,041, Whiting/KOG, P Dam State 155-99-4-16-21-14H, Epping, t3/15; cum 77K 6/15;
29043, 950, Whiting/KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14E33-28-3H3A, Truax, t2/15; cum 47K 6/15;
29044, 1,803, Whiting/KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14E-33-28-3H, Truax, at2/15; cum 46K 6/15;
29045, 2,704, Whiting/KOG, P Thomas 154-98-14E-33-28-3H3, Truax, Three Forks, ESP, 6/15; 24 stages, 3 million lbs; t2/15; cum 51K 6/15;
29759, 2,456, MRO, Steinhaus 24-34H, Reunion Bay, t8/15; cum 62K 10/15;
29806, 2,237, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-14E-33-28-3HA, Truax, t2/15; cum 37K 6/15;
30518, 392, Missouri River Resources ND, LLC, Hidatsa 3W-2H-TF, Squaw Creek, t8/15; cum 41K 10/15;

Sunday, August 23, 2015: 80 for the month; 246 for the quarter
24773, 2,563, Statoil, Judy 22-15 2H, East Fork, t10/15; cum 32K 10/15;
27971, 1,217, Whiting, Duletski Federal 14-12PH, Fryburg, t3/15; cum 56K 6/15;
29161, 1,051, Hess, BB-Chapin A-151-95-0403H-9, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 65K 10/15;
29464, 2,525, BR, Teton 6-8-10MBH, Camel Butte, t7/15; cum --
30389, 278, SM Energy, Robert 1-15HS, West Ambrose, t8/16; cum --
30517, 695, Missouri River Resources ND, LLC, Mandan 3W-1H-BK, Squaw Creek, t7/5; cum 53K 10/15;
30758, 396, XTO, Roen 24X-23A, Elk, t1/16; cum -- only 3 days of production;

Saturday, August 22, 2015: 73 for the month; 239 for the quarter
29160, 980, Hess, BB-Chapin A-151-95-0403H-8, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum --
Friday, August 21, 2015: 72 for the month; 238 for the quarter
29171, 1,161, CLR, Nordeng 3-5H, Elidah, t9/15; cum 38K 10/15;
29389, 1,045, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14G, Bear Den, t10/15; cum 3K 4 days; no production last two months

Thursday, August 20, 2015: 70 for the month; 236 for the quarter
29159, 1,193, Hess, BB-Chapin A-151-95-0403H-7, Blue Buttes, t7/15; cum 65K 10/15;
29170, 1,126, CLR, Nordeng 2-5H1, Elidah, t9/15; cum 32K 10/15;

Wednesday, August 19, 2015: 68 for the month; 234 for the quarter
29390, 1,067, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14C,  Bear Den, t10/15; cum 10k 15 days over three months;
30377, SI/NC, Statoil, East Fork 32-29 2TFH, East Fork, no production data,


Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 66 for the month; 232 for the quarter
20866, 3,236, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-23D-14-2H, Eagle Nest, 31 stages, 4.5 million lbs, t2/15; cum 116K 6/15;
29169, 905, CLR, Kellogg Ranch Federal 3-32H, Elidah, t9/15; cum 26K 10/15;

Monday, August 17, 2015: 64 for the month; 230 for the quarter
27123, 1,083, EOG, Parshall 42-2117H, Parshall, 44 stages; 11.3 million lbs sand, t2/15; cum 128K 6/15;
27127, 2,743, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-23D-14-7H, Eagle Nest, 32 stages, 4.8 million lbs, t2/15; cum 100K 6/15;
27413, 3,131, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-19TFHU, Sand Creek, 37 stages, 3.9 million lbs, 2/15 cum 53K 6/15;
28602, 1,031, EOG, Parshall 154-1721H,  Parshall, 44 stages, 8.9 million lbs, ESP, March, 2015; t2/15; cum 108K 6/15;
29168, 933, CLR, Kellogg Ranch Federal 2-32H1, Elidah, t9/15; cum 25K 10/15;
29199, 3,238, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-19-1RH, Sand Creek, 30 stages, 3.7 million lbs, t2/15; cum 67K 6/15;
29200, 2,468, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-19-3RTF, Sand Creek, t2/15; cum 52K 6/15;
29391, 1,42, TO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14H, Bear Den, t11/15; cum 2K 10/15;
29689, 878, Hess, SC-Bingeman-154-98-0904H-5, Truax, t7/15; cum 52K 10/15;

Sunday, August 16, 2015: 64 for the month; 230 for the quarter
29688, 779, Hess, SC-Bingeman-154-98-0904H-4, Truax, t8/15; cum 53K 10/15;
30378, 647, Statoil, East Fork 32-29 7H, East Fork, t9/17;

Saturday, August 15, 2015: 62 for the month; 228 for the quarter
29687, 985, Hess, SC-Bingeman-154-98-0904H-3, Truax, no production data,
30444, 407, EOG, Shell 15-2819H, Parshall, t10/16; cum 118K 8/18;

Friday, August 14, 2015: 60 for the month; 226 for the quarter
22554, 2,274, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-19-1RTF, Sand Creek, 30 stages, 3.2 million lbs, t2/15; cum 55K 6/15; off-line much of the time;
22555, 3,259, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-199-2RTF, Sand Creek, 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t2/15; cum 61K 6/15; off-line much of the time;
22556, 2,967, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 44-19-2RH, Sand Creek, 30 stages, 3.9 million lbs, t2/15; cum 57K 6/15; off-line much of the time;
27126, 2,894, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-23D-14-7, Eagle Nest, 48 stages, 4.9 million lbs; a nice well, choked back?; t2/15; cum 107K 6/15;
28014, 221, EOG, Parshall 67-2117H, Parshall, t2/15; cum 63K 6/15;
29392, 614, XTO, Johnsrud Federal 34X-14D, Bear Den, t11/15; cum 9K 10 days over three months;

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 54 for the month; 220 for the quarter
27125, 1,926, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-23D-14-6H, Eagle Nest, 31 stages, 4.5 million lbs, a big well, possibly choked back; t2/15; cum 83K 6/15;
29432, 1,560, BR, Kings Canyon 6-1-27MTFH, Camel Butte, t8/15; cum 14K 10/15;
29686, 1.424, Hess, SC-Bingeman-154-98-0904H-2, Truax, 35 stages, 2.5 million lbs sand, t7/15; cum --
30350, 438, Hunt, Writing Rock 161-101-23-14H-1, Writing Rock, t5/15; cum 10K 6/15;
30351, 389, Hunt, Writing Rock 161-101-26-35H-1, Writing Rock, t5/15; cum 10K 6/15;

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 49 for the month; 215 for the quarter
29434, 1,080, BR, Kings Canyon 3-1-27MTFH, Camel Butte, t8/15; cum 11K 10/15; gas readings; inside the drilling target: 100%, 9,716 feet (never went below the target zone); 
30379, 1,077, Statoil, Folvag 5-8 7H, Stony Creek, t9/17; cum 70K 8/18;
30385, 1,088, EOG, Fertile 67-0410H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 111K 8/18;

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 46 for the month; 212 for the quarter
29752, 233/IA, SHD, Avalanche 36-17-TF2, Clarks Creek, t12/15; cum 22K 8/18;
30257, 2,110, XTO, Tobacco Garden 11X-17B, Tobacco Garden, t2/16; cum 28K 3/16;
30384, 503, EOG, Fertile 68-0410H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 99K 8/18;

Monday, August, 10, 2015: 43 for the month; 209 for the quarter
27124, 1,053, EOG, Parshall 43-2117H, Parshall, ICO, 28 stages, 5.7 million lbs, t2/15; cum 62K 6/15; choked back
28769, 941, Oasis, Langved 5393 12-3 7B, Sanish, t5/15; cum 43K 6/15;
29289, 480, CLR, Raleigh 7-20H, Dollar Joe, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 30K 6/15;
29433, 1,464, BR, Kings Canyon 4-1-27MTFH, Camel Butte, t7/15; cum 23K 14 days over 2 months;
29517, 2,669, BR, LaCanyon 8-8-34MBH ULW, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 51K 12/15;
29626, 327, Oasis, Osen 6192 43-21T, Foothills, t3/15; cum 36K 6/15;
30074, 981, Slawson, Howo 2-4-33MLH, Big Bend, t4/15; cum 9K 6/15;
30420, 135, XTO, Evelyn 31X-3DXA, Lindah, t2/16; cum 2K after 5 days;

Sunday, August 9, 2015: 35 for the month; 201 for the quarter
27646, 2,511, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-26A-35-14H, Eagle Nest, t2/15; cum 93K 6/15;
28638, 587, EOG, Parshall 91-28H, Parshall, one section, 25 stages, 5.8 million lbs, t2/15; cum 78K 6/15;
29728, 892, Hess, EN-Weyracuh B-154-93-3031H-9, Robinson Lake, t7/15; cum 5K 6/15;
29904, 1,066, XTO, Elk Horn Federal 44X-36BXC, Morgan Draw, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 19K 6/15;
30256, 1,617, XTO, Tobacco Garden 11X-17E, Tobacco Garden, t2/16; cum 22K 3/16;
30330, 290, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Beth 4B-14HS, West Ambrose, t8/16; cum 57K 8/18;

Saturday, August 8, 2015: 29 for the month; 195 for the quarter
25362, 1,933, Whiting, Smokey 4-15-22-13H3, Pembroke, t6/15; cum 20K 6/15;
27275, 1,080, Petro-Hunt, Klatt 145-97-18A-19-2H, Little Knife, t9/16; cum 125K 8/18;
27703, DRY, Ballard Petroleum, Middaugh 33-23, wildcat, a Madison well, north and east of Minot;
29288, 437, CLR, Raleigh 6-20H1, Dollar Joe, pt3/15; cum 29K 6/15;
30329, 290, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Maria 4b-14HN, West Ambrose, t8/16; cum 80K 8/18;
30566, 1,364, Equinor/Statoil, Folvag 5-8-XW 1TFH, Cow Creek, t9/17; cum 113K 8/18;

Friday, August 7, 2015: 23 for the month; 189 for the quarter
29729, 753, Hess, EN-Weyrauch B-154-93-3031H-10, Robinson Lake, t7/15; cum --
30255, 770, XTO, Tobacco Garden 11X-17A, Tobacco Garden, t12/15; cum --


Thursday, August 6, 2015: 21 for the month; 187 for the quarter
29577, 1,290, XTO, Satter 31X-1D, Siverston, t12/15; cum 1K 4 days;
29614, 1,864, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HA, Van Hook, t10/16; cum 234K 8/18;
29730, 839, Hess, EN-Weyrauch B-154-93-3031H-11, Robinson Lake, t7/15; cum 59K 10/15;
30328, 255, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Nancy 4-14HN, West Ambrose, t8/16; cum 79K 8/18;


Wednesday, August 5, 2015: 17 for the month; 183 for the quarter
29209, 2,776, MRO, Ernestine USA 11-14TFH-2B,  Reunion Bay, a huge well, 32K in first month; t6/15; cum 33K 5/15;
29662, 1,084, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-4HLW, Westberg, a huge well 24K in first month; t6/15; cum 76K 10/15;

Tuesday, August 4, 2015: 15 for the month; 181 for the quarter
28525, 1,227, EOG, Parshall 58-1608H, Parshall, t2/15; cum 83K 6/15;
28639, 848, EOG, Parshall 92-28H, Parshall, t2/15; cum 55K 6/15;
29494, 274, XTO, Rita 44X-34H, Tobacco Garden, t1/16; no production data,

Monday, August 3, 2015: 12 for the month; 178 for the quarter
29290, 721, CLR, Annapolis 6-29H1, Dollar Joe, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 26K 6/15;
29443, 1,442, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HW, Van Hook, t10/15; cum 28K 10/15;
29663, 719, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-10H, Westberg, t6/15; cum 52K 10/15;
30327, 372, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Colleen 4-14HS, West Ambrose, t8/16; cum 81K 8/18;

Sunday, August 2, 2015: 8 for the month; 174 for the quarter
26940, 891, Sinclair, Sinclair State 3-36H, Robinson Lake, t6/17; cum 158K 8/18;
29493, 1,489, XTO, Rita 44X-34BXC, Tobacco Garden, t1/16; no production data,
29664, 1,070, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-1H, Westberg, t6/15; cum 92K 10/15;
30339, 1,147, XTO, Lundin 14X-33F, Siverston, t9/15; cum 8K 10/15;

Saturday, August 1, 2015: 4 for the month; 170 for the quarter
28714, 541, EOG, Parshall 93-2827H, Parshall, choked back, it appears; 41 stages, 8 million bbls san, t2/15; cum 51K 6/15;
29459, 14, Denbury Onshore, CHSU 44-26NH 15, Cedar Hills, a South Red River B weel, t4/15; cum 4K 6/15;
30092, 2,664, BR, CCU Dakotan 7-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 19K 10/15;
30152, 1,051, Hess, EN-Weyrauch-LW-154-93-1918H-1, Alkali Creek, t7/15; cum 85K 12/15;

Friday, July 31, 2015: 166 for the month; 166 for the quarter
24158, 954, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 11-15PH, Park, Three Forks, 40 stages, 5.5 million lbs all sand, t2/15; cum 40K 5/15;
24159, 1,195 Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 14-10PH, Park, Three Forks, 40 stages, 5.3 million lbs all sand, t2/15; cum 42K 5/15;
28524, 315, EOG, Parshall 151-1608H, Parshall, 40 stages, 8 million lbs sand, t2/15; cum 66K 5/15;
29492, 1,049, XTO, Rita 44X-34G, Tobacco Garden, t12/15; cum 2K 3 days;
29613, 1,148, WPX,Olive Mae 7-8-9HX, Van Hook, t10/15; cum 71K 12/15;
29972, 1,643, Enerplus, Quilt 149-93-04D-03H, Mandaree, t2/16; cum 66K 3/16;
30340, 1,677, XTO, Lundin 14X-33EXF, Siverston, t12/15; cum 3K 10/15;

Thursday, July 30, 2015: 159 for the month; 159 for the quarter
29665, 716, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-11H, Westberg, t6/15; cum 52K 10/15;

Wednesday, July 29, 2015: 158 for the month; 158 for the quarter:
28409, 2,210, Whiting, P Wood 154-98-4E-26-35-14H, Truax, t1/15; cum 56K 5/15;
29049, 1,560, BR, Tetonorman 1-1-3UTFH ULW, Johnson Corner, t6/15; cum --
29291, 482, CLR, Annapolis 7-29H, Dollar Joe, t3/15; cum 25K 5/15;
30090, 2,585, BR, CCU Dakota 6-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 27K 10/15;
30091, 2,445, BR, CCU Dakotan 7-8-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 21K 10/15;
30341, 1,742, XTO, Lundin 14X-33A, Siverston,t9/15; cum 16K 10/15;

Tuesday, July 28, 2015: 152 for the month; 152 for the quarter
24157, 1,179, Whiting Pronghorn Federal 21-15H, Park, Three Forks, 40 stages, 5.9 million lbs, t2/15; cum 42K 5/15;
27674, 1,393, Hess, EN-Leo E-154-94-2423H-4, Three Forks, 35 stages, 2.4 million lbs, all sand, Alkali Creek, t6/15; cum --
28406, 1,602, Whiting, P Wood 154-98-4E-26-15-4H, Truax, 24 stages, 2.9 million lbs all sand, t2/15; cum 49K 5/15;
29491, 1,170, XTO, Rita 44X-34C, Tobacco Garden, t12/15; cum 3K 4 days;
30089, 2,577, BR, CCU Dakotan 5-8-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 17K 10/15;


Monday, July 27, 2015: 147 for the month; 147 for the quarter
28521, 562, EOG, Parshall 59-1608H, Parshall, ICO, t1/15; cum 46K 5/15;
29048, 2,112, BR, Teton 2-1-3MTFH, Camel Butte, t7/15; cum 29K 10/15;
30402, 1,557, XTO, Lundin 14X-33E, Siverston, t11/15; cum 112K 4/19;

Sunday, July 26, 2015: 144 for the month; 144 for the quarter
27673, 1,040, Hess, EN-Leo E-154-94-2423H-5, Alkali Creek, t6/15; cum --
28183, 2,459, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5B, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/15; cum 8K 16 days;
28672, 335, EOG, Parshall 82-2827H, Parshall, t1/15; cum 41K 5/15;
28817, 818, Triangle, Simpson 151-102-5-8-1H, Elk, t3/15; cum 32K 5/15; choked back
29973, A, Enerplus, Bobbin 149-93-04D-03H TF, Mandaree, no test date; produced 31 days in 3/16; only 1 day in 6/16;

Saturday, July 25, 2015: 139 for the month; 139 for the quarter
26774, 419, Zavanna, Double Down 24-13 4TFH, East Fork, t1/16; cum 110K 4/19;
29555, 1,497, CLR, State Weydahl 4-36H1, Corral Creek, t7/15; cum 86K 10/15;
29673, 1,987, XTO, Werre Trust 44X-34G, Bear Creek, t6/15; um 36K 10/15;
29801, dry, Ballard, Steen 44-20, wildcat, near the Glenburn/Chatfield oil fields, about 20 miles NNE of Minot; no production data,

Friday, July 24, 2015: 135 for the month; 135 for the quarter
28185, 2,712, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5E, Antelope, t11/15; cum --
28418, 2,110, MRO, Cole USA 24-11TFH, Chimney Butte, t5/15; cum 26K 5/15;
28803, 1,338, CLR, Alpha 5-14H, Camp, t3/17; cum 189K 8/18;
29974, 380, Enerplus, Thread 149-93-04D-03H, Mandaree, t2/16; cum 416K 4/19;

Thursday, July 23, 2015: 131 for the month; 131 for the quarter
26773, 687, Zavanna, Double Down 24-13 3TFH, East Fork, t1/16; cum 232K 4/19;
27672, 1,176, Hess, EN-Leo E-154-94-2423H-6, Alkali Creek, t6/15; cum --
28495, 3,606, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 24-20-2RH, Sand Creek, t1/15; cum 70K 5/15; choked back;
28496, 2,959, Whiting, Tarpon Federal 24-20-3RTF, Sand Creek, t1/15; cum 55K 5/15; choked back;
30454, 1,516, Equinor/Statoil, Panzer 22-23 6H, Alger, t1/16;cum 235K 4/19;

Wednesday, July 22, 2015: 126 for the month; 126 for the quarter
28802, 190, CLR, Florida Federal 5-11H, Camp, t3/17; cum 107K 4/19;
28810, A, Kaiser-Francis Oil/Fidelity, Dorothy 1-12H, Zenith, producing, a nice well, choked back, cum 58K 5/15;
29531, 926, Enerplus, Mink 150-94-04B-09H TF, Spotted Horn, t8/16; cum 253K 4/19;
29672, 1,095, XTO, Werre Trust 44X-34C, Bear Creek, t6/15; cum 93K 12/15;
29875, 1,483, BR, Morgan 41-28TFH ULW, Johnson Corner, t11/15; cum 19K 21 days over 2 months;

Tuesday, July 21, 2015: 121 for the month; 121 for the quarter
26772, 2,058, Zavanna, Double Down 24-13 2H, East Fork, t1/16; cum 301K 4/19; off line 4/19;
27671, 1,062, Hess, EN-Leo E-154-94-2423H-7, Alkali Creek, t5/15; cum 7K 5/15; after 6 days;
28184, 2,171, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5A, Antelope, Sanish pool, t11/15; cum 11K over 8 days
28315, 354, EOG, Parshall 39-1608H, Parshall, t1/15; cum 71K 5/15; choked back
28671, 565, EOG, Parshall 83-2827H, Parshall, t1/15; cum 50K 5/15; choked back, no doubt
28801, 1,194, CLR, Alpha 4-14H1, Camp, t3/17; cum 160K 8/18;
28809, A, Kaiser-Francis Oil/Fidelity, Henry 1-12H, Zenith, scheduled 35 stages; no frack data; scheduled 1/18/15; cum 90K 6/16;
29395, 122, Denbury, CHSU 11-36SH 15, Cedar Hills, t4/15; cum 7K 5/15;
30009, 2,426, MRO, CK USA 31-6H, Murphy Creek, t6/15; cum 41K 10/15;
30455, 660, Statoil, Panzer 22-23 7TFH, 39 stages, 7.9 million lbs; Alger, t1/16; cum 75K 4/19;

Monday, July 20, 2015: 111 for the month; 111 for the quarter
29410, 45, Denbury, CHSU 11-36NH 15, Cedar Hills, South Red River B, t4/15; cum 1K 5/15;
29530, 2,478, Enerplus, Raccoon 150-94-04B-09H, Spotted Horn, 42 stages, 10.9 million lbs, t4/16; cum 103K 6/16;
29874, 2,004, BR, Morgan 41-28MBH, Pershing, t12/15; cum 19K 15 days over 2 months;
30270, 261, Oasis/SM Energy, Stenehjem 14X-9HA, Poe, t7/16; cum 86K 4/19;

Sunday, July 19, 2015: 107 for the month; 107 for the quarter
25363, 2,247, Whiting, Smokey 4-15-22-13H, Pembroke, 30 stages, 3.5 million lbs, t5/15; cum 14K 5/15 -- after 8 days
28818, 605, Nine Point Energy/Triangle, Simpson 151-102-5-8-2H, Elk, 31 stages, 3.8 million lbs, t2/15; cum 193K 4/19;
29529, 327, Enerplus, Badger 150-94-04B-09H, Spotted Horn, t3/15; cum 101K 8/18;
29871, 1,519, XTO, Werre Trust Federal 44X-34D, Bear Creek, t7/15; cum 44K 10/15;
30456, 1,558, Equinor/Statoil, Panzer 22-23 8H, Alger, t1/16; cum 323K 4/19;

Saturday, July 18, 2015: 102 for the month; 102 for the quarter
26365, 1,461, QEP, MHA 4-28-29H-148-92, Heart Butte, 40 stages, 9.6 million lbs sand, t5/15; cum 3K 5/15;
28497, 457, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-16-33-28-1H3, Three Forks B130 stages, 4.0 million lbs, Truax, t2/15; cum 22K 5/15; 
28499, 1,441, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-16-33-28-1H, 39 stages, 5.3 million lbs sand and ceramic, Truax, t1/15, cum 68K 5/15; 
28800, 1,386, CLR, Florida Federal 4-11H1, Camp, t3/17; cum 381K 4/19; see 21977;
30142, 3,249, Statoil, East Fork 32-29 XE 1H, East Fork, t6/15; cum 78K 10/15;
30215, 2,622, XTO, Thompson 44X-20B, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 60K 10/15;
30271, 601, SM Energy, Stenehjem 14-9H, Poe, t6/16; cum 191K 8/18;
30361, 1,239, CLR, Patterson Federal 6-13H, Camp, t1/16; cum 168K 8/17; nice production profile for neighboring well, 26933;

Friday, July 17, 2015: 94 for the month; 94 for the quarter
28500, 1,104, Whiting, P Thomas 154-98-16-33-27-4H3, Truax, pt1/15; cum 48K 5/15;
28670, 843, EOG, Parshall 84-2827H, Parshall, t1/15; cum 49K 5/15; 
29528, 2,118, Enerplus, Muskrat 150-94-04B-09H, Spotted Horn, t4/16; cum 110K 6/16;
29657, 807, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-2H, Westberg, 5K first 12 days; t5/15; cum 77K 10/15;
29873, 2,084, BR, Kirkland 41-28MBH, Pershing, t11/15; cum --
29964, 713, SHD, Magnum 36-13-TF2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum --
30004, 3,027, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2C, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum 21K 10/15;

Thursday, July 16, 201: 87 for the month; 87 for the quarter
28964, 1,019, Hess, LK-Erickson-147-97-1102H-2, Little Knife, t5/15; cum 23K 5/15;
29963, 1,231, SHD, Magnum 36-12-MB2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum --
30216, 2,195, XTO, Thompson 44X-20EXF, Blue Buttes, t8/15 cum 58K 10/15;
30272, 494, SM Energy, Stenehjem 14X-9HB, Poe, t6/16; cum 2K after 4 days;

Wednesday, July 15, 2015: 83 for the month; 83 for the quarter
28881, 637, Oasis Langved 5393 42-10 4B, Sanish, t41/5; cum 38K 5/15;
28882, 644, Oasis, Langved 5393 42-10 5T, Sanish, t41/5; cum 81K 5/15;
28903, 1,284, Oasis, Harbour 5601 42-33 4B, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 45K 5/15;
28904, 1,061, Oasis, Harbour 5601 42-33 3T, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 34K 5/15;
29656, 789, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-12H, Westberg, t5/15; cum 51K 10/15;
29872, 1,443, BR, Kirkland 41-28TFH, Pershing, t11/15; cum --
29955, 2,238, Statoil, Heen 26-35 5H, Todd, t11/15; cum --
30003, 1,556, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2G, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum 19K 10/15;
30214, 1,712, XTO, Marlene 42X-20CXD, Blue Buttes, t7/15; cum 50K 10/15;

Tuesday, July 14, 2015: 74 for the month; 74 for the quarter
28963, 777, Hess, LK-Erickson-147-97-1102H-3, Little Knife, t5/15; cum 16K 5/15; 
29655, 804, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-3H, Westberg, produced 12K in first 13 days while on DRL/NC status; t5/15; cum 75K 10/15;
30217, 2,353, XTO, Thompson 44X-20A, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 56K 10/15;

Monday, July 13, 2015: 71 for the month; 71 for the quarter
29431, 1,848, BR, Kings Canyon 6-1-27MBH, Camel Butte, t7/15; cum 14K 10/15;
29807, 352, Ballard Petroleum, Nelson 34-19, Chatfield, a Madison well, vertical hole, 2 stages, acid only, t31/5; cum 21K 5/15;
29954, 1,624, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 5H, Cow Creek, t11/15; cum --
30002, 2,411, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2D, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum 42K 10/15;
30143, 3,202, Statoil, Folvag 5-8 XE 1H, Stony Creek, t6/15; cum 82K 10/15;
30319, 947, Slawson, Peacemaker Federal 1 SLH, Big Bend, t3/15; cum 9K 5/15; though now off-line

Sunday, July 12, 2015: 65 for the month; 65 for the quarter
28962, 1,070, Hess, LK-Erickson-147-97-1102H-4, Little Knife, 10-foot thick window; gas in the middle Bakken averaged 3,100 units with a 10 - 12' flare, t5/15; cum 216K 4/19; after ten days, 15K
29654, 1,682, Newfield, Olson 152-96-30-31-13HLW, Westberg, Three Forks, 59% drilled in 12' target zone (within the Three Forks formation 100% of the time, 59% in the 12' primary Three Forks target, 21.8% in the upper Three Forks "B" facies, and 19.2% in the upper Three Forks "A" facies), t5/15; cum 75K 10/15;
29981, 2,352, BR, CCU Dakotan 1-7-17MBH, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum 32K 10/15;
30274, 1,813, MRO, Klee 11-3TFH, Bailey; middle Bakken 37' thick; the Three Forks was a 10' target window; gas as high as 5,835 in the middle Bakken; gas units also high in the Three Forks lateral, max at 2,243 units; well-bore was maintained within the target interval for 79% of the 10,087' exposure to the Three Forks, 34 stages, 4.4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 211K 4/19;

Saturday, July 11, 2015: 61 for the month; 61 for the quarter
29460, 219, Denbury, CHSU 44-26SH 15, Cedar Hills, a South Red River well, t4/15; cum 12K 5/15;
29632, 2,794, MRO, Wilbert 44-8H, Bailey, 4 sections, 34 stages, 4 million lbs, t4/15; cum 53K 5/15;
29633, 2,400, MRO, Hammel 44-8TFH, Bailey, TF1, middle Bakken 19 feet thick; 10 - 12' Three Forks target zone, highest gas in the lateral was 4,275 units; 5 - 15' trip flare, no other flare seen; well-bore maintained within the target interval for 77% of the 9,892' lateral; 17 drilling days; 34 stages, 5.6 million lbs, t4/14 cum 223K 4/19;
29824, 522, Hess, GN-Raylena-158-98-1621H-3, Rainbow, 2 - 25' flares; 3,743 gas units max (trip) with an average of 330 units throughout the lateral, 10' target window set 16' feet into the middle Bakken; t6/15; cum 117K 11/18;
29959, 1,590, Slawson, Skybolt Federal 1 SLH, Big Bend, t9/15; cum 273K 11/18; off line as of 10/18;
30001, 847, XTO, Porcupine Federal 44X-2H, Bear Creek, t8/15; cum 15K 10/15;
30049, 1,457, XTO, Marlene 42X-20C, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 33K 10/15;
30275, 367, CLR, Elias 1-21H, Burg, 25-foot target zone; 90.57% drilled within the target zone, 9.43% drilled above the target zone; 12 days drilling, 30 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t3/15; cum 150K 11/18; 51/5; Weatherford SLS, Maggie Silvertooth, CLR Company Geologist, set a new standard, raised the bar on drilling reports. Absolutely outstanding.

Friday, July 10, 2015: 53 for the month; 53 for the quarter
29859, 15, Slawson, Howitzer Federal 5 SLTFH, Big Bend, 4 sections, 9 stages, 300K, t3/15; cum 155K 4/19; seemed to have been a problem earlier which, if so, is now corrected;
29980, 1,968, BR, CCU Dakotan 1-7-17TFH, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum 28K 10/15;

Thursday, July 9, 2015: 51 for the month; 51 for the quarter
29903, 98, XTO, Johnson 34X-36BXC, Morgan Draw, t5/15; cum 88K 11/18;
29979, 1,824, BR, CCU Dakotan 2-7-17MBH, Corral Creek, t8/15; 35K 10/15;
30183, 724, Petro-Hunt, Sherven Trust 153-95-27A-7HS, Charlson, t10/16; cum 184K 11/18; unusual direction for horizontal)

Wednesday, July 8, 2015: 48 for the month; 48 for the quarter
28760, 1,167, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-7, Hawkeye, t6/15; cum 273K 4/19;
28931, 2.016, QEP, Foreman 1-2-1BH,  Spotted Horn, t4/15; cum 34K 6/15;
28932, 2,472, QEP, Foreman 2-2-1BH, Spotted Horn, t5/15; cum 36K 6/15;
28933, 2,704, QEP, Foreman 1-2-1TH, Spotted Horn, t5/15; cum 146K 10/15;
28968, 2,029, QEP, Foreman 36-25-1-2LL, Blue Buttes, t4/15; cum 29K 6/15;
29629, 294, QEP, Foreman 6-2-1TH, Spotted Horn, t4/15; cum 320K 11/18;
29634, 4,048, MRO, Double H 34-8TFH, Bailey, t9/17; cum 338K 4/19; (16677 AB)
29802, 365, Petro-Hunt, Lovdahl 158-94-32D-29-1H, Tioga, t7/15 cum 28K 10/15;
30048, 2,483, XTO, Marlene 42X-20F2, Blue Buttes, t8/15; cum 269K 4/19;
30057, 499, SM Energy, Whitney 3-26HN, West Ambrose, t12/15; cum 6K 18 days;
30109, 1,422, XTO, Raymond 21X-5A, Dollar Joe, t11/15; cum 113K 11/18;
30184, 1,078, EOG, Fertile 77-0905H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 129K 11/18; (see 30293 for neighboring wells)


Tuesday, July 7, 2015: 36 for the month; 36 for the quarter
29563, 4,278, Equinor/Statoil, Skarston 1-12 8TFH, Banks, t3/16; cum 167K 4/19;
29962, 142, SHD, Magnum 36-11-TF2, Clarks Creek, t11/15; cum 53K 8/18; off-line since 6/18 (posted 8/18)

29982, 1,848, BR, CCU Dakotan 2-7-17TFH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 183K 4/19;


Monday, July 6, 2015: 33 for the month; 33 for the quarter
28761, 1,475, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-8, Hawkeye, 35 stages; 2.5 million lbs; spud January 6, 2015; drilling rig, February 21, 2015; cease drilling March 4, 2015; TF1, target zone 10 feet thick;  t6/15; cum 217K 4/19;
30110, 43, XTO, Raymond 21X-5E, Dollar Joe, t9/15; cum 94K 11/18;
30117, 875, BR, CCU Dakotan 5-8-17MBH, Corral Creek, t8/15; cum 198K 11/18;
30185, dry, EOG, Fertile 78-0905H, Parshall, no production data,
30358, 85, Enduro, MRPSU 19-33-H1, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t8/15; cum 27K 11/18;

Sunday, July 5, 2015: 27 for the month; 27 for the quarter
21877, 1,131, CLR, Lundberg Federeal 2-8AH, Rattlesnake Point, t6/15; cum 325K 4/19;
29014, 519, Resource Energy Can-Am/Samson Resources, Ranchero 1819-6H, Ambrose, t5/15; cum 103K 11/18;

Saturday, July 4, 2015: 25for the month; 25 for the quarter
28762, 1,044, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-9, Hawkeye, t6/15; cum 168K 11/18;
29894, 1,146, Slawson, Howo 6-33-4TFH, Big Bend, t4/15; cum 144K 11/18;
30111, 1,408, XTO, Raymond 21X-5AXB, Dollar Joe, t11/15; cum 110K 11/18;
30293, 967, EOG, Fertile 79-09-5H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 133K 11/18; (17851 -- very nice bump, 20622 -- small bump)
30349, 529, Samson Resources, Ranchero 1819-8H, Ambrose, t4/15; cum 103K 11/18;

Friday, July 3, 2015: 20 for the month; 20 for the quarter
23846, 118, CLR, Bison 41-23H, Cedar Hills, a Red River B well, t4/15; cum 19K 11/18;
29659, 1,678, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-1H, Bear Den, 38 stages; 3.1 million lbs; t3/15; cum 280K 4/19;
29758, 2,436, MRO, Stevenson 24-34TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/15; cum 381K 11/18;
30055, 508, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Ashley 3-26HS, West Ambrose, t12/15; cum 100K 11/18;
30056, 357, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Jessica 3B-26HN, West Ambrose, t12/15; cum 67K 11/18;
30116, 1,899, BR, CCU Dakotan 4-8-17TH, Corral Creek, t9/15; cum 141K 11/18;
30276, 558, Hess, GO-Perdue-157-97-0112H-5, Ray, t7/15; cum 93K 11/18;

Thursday, July 2, 2015: 13 for the month; 13 for the quarter
28316, IA/305, EOG, Parshall 147-1608H, Parshall, ICO, 54 stages, 13 million lbs, t1/15; cum 218K 5/18;
28763, 1,492, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-10, Hawkeye, t6/15; cum 200K 11/18;
30112, 999, XTO, Raymond 21X-5FXG, Dollar Joe, t11/15; cum 104K 11/18;
30314, 552, EOG, Fertile 80-0905H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 120K 11/18;

Wednesday, July 1, 2015: 9 for the month; 9 for the quarter
28417, 2,355, MRO, Haley USA 24011H, Chimney Butte, t41/5; cum 306K 11/18;
29465, 2,565, BR, Teton 7-1-3TFSH, Camel Butte, t7/15 cum 176K 11/18;
29576, 1,184, XTO, Satter 31X-1H, Sivertson, t12/15; cum137K 11/18;
29658, 2,344, Newfield, Moberg Federal 149-95-29-32-13HLW, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 215K 11/18;
29757, 1,324, MRO, Packineau USA 21-3H, Reunion Bay, t8/15 cum 244K 11/18;
29821, 894, EOG, Fertile 74-0905H, Parshall, t3/17; cum 133K 11/18;
30054, 281, SM Energy, Rilye 3B-26HS, West Ambrose, t12/15; cum 75K 11/18;
30084, 1,248, Hess, BB-Sivertson-LN-151-95-1719H-1, Blue Buttes, t4/15; cum 221K 11/18;
30115, 1,823, BR, CCU Dakotan 3-8-17MBH, Juniper, t8/15; cum 200K 11/18;