Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Daddy Long Legs -- The Cheryl - Richard Pads In Banks Oil Field -- November 9, 2016

Updates

July 10, 2019: noted lots of activity in this area in early 2019; many wells in this area now off line. See this post. These wells added to the list of wells in this area:

  • 30943, 2,517, Equinor, Richard 8-5 6TFH, t9/16; cum 245K 4/20; came off line 4/19; remains off line 5/19; production jumped 3/19; remains off line 4/19; back on line 8/19; off line 1/10; remains off line 3/20; back on line for 8 days, 4/20; extrapolates to 12K over 30 days, 4/20;
  • 30942, 2,206, Equinor, Richard 8-5 4TFH, t9/16; cum 358K 4/20; remains off line 7/19; back on line 8/19; off line again, 2/20; back on line 4/20;
  • 30944, 4,040, Equinor, Richard 8-5 XE 1H, Banks, t8/16; cum 478K 4/20;  remains on line; was off line 6/18 to 12/18; huge jump in production, 1/20; intermittent production, 4/20;
  • 22807, 3,793, Equinor, Richard 8-5H, Banks, t4/13; cum 443K 4/20; remains on line; was off line intermittently for short periods of time in 2018; steady production as of 11/18;
  • 17755, 543, Equinor, Roscoe 2H-8, Banks, t5/09; cum 366K 4/20; off line as of 3/19; remains off line 5/19; remains off line 7/19; back on line 9/19; off line 11/19; remains off line 3/20; back on line for 6 days; 4/20;
November 22, 2018: production update of the Cheryl and Richard wells

September 23, 2018: the Richard well back online?

May 19, 2018: the original post just had the one Cheryl - Richard pad graphic. There are two other smaller Cheryl - Richard pads to the east (not shown in the diagram below).

May 19, 2018: the Cheryl wells have been updated. There are twelve Cheryl wells in this immediate area; one of them was dry (failed casing). These are very nice wells, and recently there has been some action (or inaction) on the Cheryl pads. Several of the wells have come off-line recently, and some were recently off-line but are now back on line. All of them have shown great production, including some that have a significant jump in production. I have posted the recent production profiles of these wells at this post, as well as a thought about what might be going on.

May 19, 2018: additional Cheryl wells not in the original post -- on two smaller pads to the east of the wells listed in the original post --
  • 22806, 3,464, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 3TFH, t2/13; cum 327K 4/20; off-line, 2/18 but back on-line 3/18; API -- 33-053-04095; FracFocus, not re-fracked;
  • 22808, 4,439, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 4H, t2/13; cum 498K 4/20; off-line 2/18 but back on-line 3/18; off line again, but then back on line 11/18; see this note;
  • 29610, 3,651, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 5H, t12/16; cum 345K 4/20; came off-line, 2/18; API -- 33-053-04097, FracFocus, not re-fracked; back on line as of 6/18; see this post;
  • 31139, 1,979, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 6TFH, t9/16; cum 347K 4/20; came off-line 2/18; back on line as of 11/18; huge wells; remains off line 7/19;
  • 31140, 4,209, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 XE 1H, t8/16; cum 434K 4/20; came off-line 2/18; back on line as of 12/18;
December 23, 2016: The last of the three Cheryl-Richard wells (DUCs) have now been fracked. In the original post there were three DUCs (#32289, #29610, #29611). #32289 was tested 10/16; most of the producing/older Cheryl-Richard wells were taken off line in 10/16. The last two DUCs (#29610, #29611) have been fracked. Expect to see the results of those wells soon. 
 
Original Post
 
These things just sort of sneak up on me:


The wells:
  • 32289, A/IA/2,491, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 1H-R, Banks, t11/16; cum 223K 4/20; off-line 3/18; still off-line 9/18; back on line 11/19;
  • 29610, 3,651, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 5H, Banks, t12/16; cum 345K 4/20; off-line 2/18;back on-line 5/18; huge jump in production; off line as of 12/18; back on line 5/19;
  • 29611, 2,486, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 8TFH, Banks, t10/16; cum 307K 4/20; off-line 2/18; back on-line as of 4/18; huge jump in production; off line as of 1918; but now coming back on line as of 12/18;
  • 29612, 2,719, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 7H, Banks, t8/16; cum 455K 4/20; great well, fracked 8/16 but then a big jump again 11/17; huge production; no significant decline; offline as of 10/18; back on line 5/19;
  • 29684, 2,052 Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 XW 1TFH, Banks, t7/16; cum 280K 4/20; off-line 3/18 for just a short period of time; off line as of 10/18;
  • 22322, 4,630, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 2TFH, Banks, t4/13; cum 381K 4/20; 29 API -- 33-053-03955; huge jump in production; off-line as of 12/18;
  • 21814, dry, Equinor/Statoil, Cheryl 17-20 1H, Banks, casing collapse; Statoil requested a TA on this well to allow for a replacement well to be drilled;
  • 21815, 4,680, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 1H, Banks, t4/13; cum 429K 4/20; went off-line 2/18;back on-line as of 5/18;
  • 29680, 4,135, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 5H, Banks, t10/16; cum 277K 4/20; went off-line 3/18 just for a short period; huge jump in production;
  • 29681, 2,078, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 8TFH, Banks, t7/16; cum 212K 4/20; off-line since 11/17; back on line as of 4/18; huge jump; remains off line 7/19; back on line 8/19;
  • 29682, 2,166, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 3TFH, Banks, t7/16; cum 254K 4/20; off-line since 2/18; back on-line as of 4/18; huge jump; remains off line 7/19; back on line 8/19;
  • 29683, 3,895, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 7H, Banks, t7/13; cum 336K 4/20; huge jump in early 2018; remains off line 7/19; back on line 8/19;
  • 29685, 2,068, Equinor/Statoil, Richard 8-5 XW 1TFH, Banks, t7/16; cum 249K 4/20; off-line since 2/18; back on-line as of 4/18; remains off line 7/19; back on line 8/19;

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