Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Bakken 2.0: Twenty-Four (24) Permits Renewed; Seven New Permits

Regardless of how the presidential election turns out tonight/tomorrow/end of the week/whenever it is decided: at least in this election, Americans went into the polling booth with their eyes wide shut. We discussed that earlier. No one cannot say voters (including the dead and those who voted often) did not know for whom they were voting in this election. Good luck to all. My only hope: that my two granddaughters are "okay" with the outcome. They have followed the campaign intently. At their age, this was all "magic" for me. I hope it remains "magic" for them.


Active rigs:

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No wells coming off the confidential list Wednesday; in fact no new wells coming off the confidential list until Saturday.

Seven new permits:
  • Operators: BR (5), Petro-Hunt (2)
  • Fields: Croff (McKenzie), Charlson (McKenzie)
  • Comments: the BR permits are for a 5-well pad
Twenty-four permits renewed:
  • CLR (10): four Hartford and four Dover permits, all on the same 8-well pad in Williams County; two Thorvald permits in Dunn County
  • Oasis (5): five O M Erickson permits in Williams County
  • EOG (3): three Van Hook permits in Mountrail County
  • Hunt (2): a Nichols permit and a Palermo permit, both in Mountrail County
  • NP Resources (2): two McDonald permits in Billings County
  • Hess: one BW-Hedstrom permit in McKenzie County
  • Petro-Hunt: one Sabrosky permit in Dunn County
Three permits canceled:
  • all three were Triangle USA permits -- one Gullickson Trust and two J Garvin Jacobson permits, all in McKenzie County
Again, another day with no DUCs reported as being completed.

A Note For Our Daughter

May and I saw the 3D Stan Lee movie today: Doctor Strange. Incredibly, incredibly good. Perhaps more on this later.

The previews, unfortunately for upcoming movies, were incredibly violent. For that reason, you really can't take the old granddaughters. I know they both want to see Doctor Strange and perhaps -- a big "perhaps" -- they could see it with you but have them come in after the movie has begun, after the previews are over.

The previews by the way help explain the record number of homicides in Chicago this year. But at least none of the actors are seen smoking cigarettes or doing things without their clothes on.

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