Saturday, November 5, 2016

Update On Whiting's Twin Valley Flatland Federal And Tarpon Federal Wells Sited In Section 4-152-97

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There may be errors on the graphic above.

Note:
  • the Tarpon Federal horizontals are labeled
  • the eight horizontals without "names" are all Flatland Federal wells
  • based on names, there appear to be six Flatland Federal Three Forks wells
  • the "R" in #27521 is not a re-entry but rather a permit that was revised
The Flatland Federal wells on the Flatland Federal 3-well pad (#27520 - 27522 inclusive):
  • were all off-line most of July, August, and September, 2016 
  • #27520 was back on line for two days in September
  • the other two wells were still offline all of September
The Flatland Federal wells on the Flatland Federal 5-well pad:
  • 30688: test date 10/7/15: off-line most of July, 2016; off-line all of August, 2016; off-line all of September, 2016
  • 30687: test date 10/16/15: off-line most of July, 2016; off-line all of August, 2016; back on-line for two days in September, 2016;
  • 30776: test date 10/10/15: off-line most of July, 2016; off-line all of August, 2016; back on-line for one day in September, 2016;
  • 30775: test date 10/8/15; off-line since the test date; it is listed as IA; no production since 10/15; fracked with 31 stages; 4.8 million lbs; nothing in the file report since the completion data;
  • 30774, test date 10//15; off-line most of July, 2016; off-line all of August, 2016; and back on-line for four days in September, 2016; 
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30774
Scout Ticket and Production Profile

NDIC File No: 30774     API No: 33-053-06747-00-00     CTB No: 227520
Well Type: OG     Well Status: A     Status Date: 10/6/2015     Wellbore type: Horizontal
Location: LOT4 4-152-97        Latitude: 48.022443     Longitude: -103.108521
Current Operator: WHITING OIL AND GAS CORPORATION
Current Well Name: FLATLAND FEDERAL 11-4-5TFH
Elevation(s): 2002 KB   1977 GR   1984 GL     Total Depth: 22112     Field: TWIN VALLEY
Spud Date(s):  6/4/2015
Completion Data
   Pool: BAKKEN     Perfs: 11110-22062     Comp: 10/6/2015     Status: F     Date: 10/9/2015     Spacing: 2SEC
Cumulative Production Data
   Pool: BAKKEN     Cum Oil: 375920     Cum MCF Gas: 1043862     Cum Water: 86653
Production Test Data
   IP Test Date: 10/9/2015     Pool: BAKKEN     IP Oil: 1844     IP MCF: 4148     IP Water: 595
Monthly Production Data:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN9-20164546443682234930992753
BAKKEN8-20160000000
BAKKEN7-20161310524107591940465344641471
BAKKEN6-2016302914529290627811279411263648
BAKKEN5-201631347393482370641119211086783136
BAKKEN4-20163037617370834467122637121577960
BAKKEN3-20163144583449235288141867140859903
BAKKEN2-20162443519434479698108313108095142
BAKKEN1-2016315435054271102971340721320611922
BAKKEN12-2015316329363835150051526011479474556
BAKKEN11-201515351583495311139630184968713271
BAKKEN10-201514175281679613243407963029510445

Again, this post was done quickly, and there may be factual and typographical errors. If this information is important for you, go to the source.

2 comments:

  1. Mr Oksol
    That well, #30774, above, has averaged 1,000 barrels of oil a day the year it has been online.
    Impressive.
    I've been following the continuing evolution of completion optimization that the Permian and Appalachian Basin operators are employing.
    The huge increase in proppant loading, way more - closely spaced - clusters, effective use of diverting agents in the proppant mix, are all allowing far greater rubbilization of the formation near the wellbores.
    This, along with faster drill times and pinpoint targeting of the most productive layers of hydrocarbons are some of the reasons output remains surprisingly high.

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    1. Yes, it is quite interesting. I could be wrong -- I don't follow the Permian as closely -- but I think drillers are using a whole more sand in the Permian than they are in the Bakken.

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