Tuesday, October 25, 2016

CLR's Wiley And Bailey Wells In Pershing Oil Field

Updates

November 25, 2018: graphic updated --


Original Post

By the way: this is CLR's second 10-well pad in two consecutive days. Supports my thesis that we're seeing the early days of Bakken 2.0. 

Ten-well Bailey/Wiley pad permitted October 25, 2016. In a straight line west-to-east, each well vertically separated only 45 feet from its neighbor. This is the proposed location for these ten new wells (five Bailey wells and five Wiley wells):


The ten-well pad in the graphic above: each well will be 1,265 feet from the north line, and they will extend from 2,076 feet from the west line to 1,516 feet from the west line. Each well will be 45 feet vertically from its neighbor. The ten wells, west to east, these are huge wells, posting 40K to 55K in first full month of production:
  • 33117, 1,962, CLR, Bailey 8-24H, Pershing, 66 stages; 16.1 million lbs, t6/18; cum 280K 4/19; see this note;
  • 33116, 1,733, CLR, Bailey 9-24H2, Pershing, t6/18; cum 238K 4/19;
  • 33115, 1,950, CLR, Bailey 10-24H, Pershing, t6/18; cum 123K 4/19;
  • 33114, 1.495, CLR, Bailey 11-24H2, Pershing, t6/18; cum 201K 4/19;
  • 33113, IA/1,563, CLR, Bailey 12-24H, Pershing, t6/18; cum 15K 10/18; off line a lot;
  • 33112, 2,526, CLR, Wiley 8-25H, Pershing, t7/18; cum 222K 4/19;
  • 33111, 1,881, CLR, Wiley 9-25H2, Pershing, t7/18; cum 158K 4/19; off line all of 10/18; back on line as of 12/18;
  • 33110, 1,720, CLR, Wiley 10-25H, Pershing, t7/18; cum 236K 4/19;
  • 33109, 1,923, CLR, Wiley 11-25H2, Pershing, t6/18; cum 204K 4/19;
  • 33108, 1,547, CLR, Wiley 12-25H, Pershing, t7/18; cum 168K 4/19;
Other wells sited in that same section, 25-150-97:
  • 17742, 668, CLR, Wiley 1-25H, t6/09; cum 187K 4/19; huge jump in production in 7/18 after neighboring wells fracked;

  • 19935, 309, CLR, Wiley 2-25H, a Three Forks well, 30 stages, 2.8 million lbs, t12/11; cum 222K 4/19; huge jump in production in 7/18 after neighboring wells fracked;
  • 19933, 495, CLR, Bailey 2-24H, a Three Forks well, 24 stages, 2 million lbs, t1/12; cum 181K 4/19; huge jump in production in 7/18 after neighboring wells fracked;
  • 19936, 724, CLR, Wiley 3-25H, 30 stages, 2.7 million lbs, t12/11; cum 195K 4/19;
  • 19934, 877, CLR, Bailey 3-24H, t12/11; cum 267K 4/19; huge jump in production in 5/18 after neighboring wells fracked

  • 28561, 759, CLR, Bailey 4-24H2, a Three Forks well, 40 stages, 8.2 million lbs, t9/15; cum 224K 4/19; huge jump in production in 5/18 after neighboring wells fracked
  • 28562, 1,474, CLR, Bailey 5-24H, 30 stages, 6.1 million lbs, t5/15; cum 247K 4/19; nice jump in production in 5/18 after neighboring wells fracked
  • 28563, 985, CLR, Bailey 6-24H1, a Three Forks well, 30 stages, 6.2 million lbs, t8/15; cum 189K 4/19;
  • 28564, dry (casing would not hold; would be plugged, re-permitted), CLR, Bailey 7-24H, t10/14;
  • 29808, 1,145, CLR, Bailey 7-24XH, t12/15; cum 284K 4/19;
  • 28565, 1,212; CLR, Wiley 4-25H2, Pershing, t8/17; cum 170K 4/19; huge jump in production in 5/18 after neighboring wells fracked
  • 28566, 693, CLR, Wiley 5-25H, Pershing, t8/17; cum 262K 4/19; huge jump in production in 5/18 after neighboring wells fracked
  • 28567, PA/dry, CLR, Wiley 5-25H,t1/15; no production,
  • 30578, 1,188, CLR, Wiley 6-25H1, Pershing, t8/17; cum 254K 4/19;
  • 30577, n/d, CLR, Wiley 7-25H, Pershing, t8/17; cum 279K 4/19;
Just north of this section, see this post:
  • 17770, 406, CLR, Bailey 1-24H, a Three Forks well, 22 stages, 1.7 million lbs, t4/10; cum 206K 4/19; stripper well, June 17, 2016;

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