Four (4) Whiting P Earl Rennerfeldt wells were approved for "tight hole" status. The Rennerfeldt wells are in Stockyard Creek, oil field, Williams County, east of Williston.
Whiting canceled three (3) permits, including:
- one Schilke permit in McKenzie County,
- two Beaver Creek State permits in Golden Valley County
- EOG, 9: six (6) Sidonia permits in McKenzie County; three (3) Liberty LR permits in Mountrail County
- QEP, 5, all Tipi V permits in Mountrail County; we talked about the Tipi V wells in Spotted Horn oil field just a couple of days ago;
- Sinclair Oil and Gas, 2, both Ersa Federal permits in McKenzie County
- Whiting, 2, both Charging Eagle permits in Dunn County
- Emerald Oil, 2, a Harry Dunne permit in Stark County, and a Robert The Bruce permit in McKenzie County (just for the fun of it, readers may want to google "Harry Dunne")
- 29795, 1,283, BR, Morgan 24-21TFH, Pershing, in the target 94% of the time; above the drilling target 6% of the time; low background, and minimal flare; API 33-053-06403; FracFocus shows this well fracked 11/9-11/15, but no frack data at the well file report yet; according to FracFocus, 1.728 million gallons of water; back-of-envelope - 14,424,764 pounds of water; water accounted for 90.57% of total fracking fluid; total fracking weight, 15,926,344 lbs; sand was 6.28% of total weight or 1 million lbs; another 3.4% (or about 500,000 lbs) of corundum/mullite was used; if 30 stages, that's only about 50,000 lbs/stage; t1/16; cum 818 bbls in 7 days; the back-of-the envelope calculations are probably close based on data from the sister well (#29797):
- 29797, 2,084, BR, Morgan 24-21MBH, t12/15 cum -- ; 2.549 million lbs of water; the water represented 83% of the fracking fluid weight; the amount of sand was 11% of the total weight; and corundum/mullite represented 6% of the total fracking fluid weight; according to the sundry form, this sister well was fracked with 4 million lbs of sand, in 35 stages.