Monday, January 16, 2017

CLR's Radermecher Wells

January 10, 2019:
  • 34194, 1,933, CLR, Radermecher 12-22H, Camel Butte. 52 stages; 12.8 million lbs, t9/18; cum 87K 11/18
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN11-20182329623296641401746484435952889
BAKKEN10-201831465314650224001765956483311762
BAKKEN9-201861045210415546717510131854325

January 6, 2019: #34194, #34195 will be reported later this week.

January 6, 2019: updated graphic of the area --



September 30, 2018:

  • 17718, production update, August, 2018, extrapolates to 7,400 bbls in a 30-day month, a jump from less than a 1,000 bbls prior to the three-month shut-in:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN8-201822545248726501785975730
BAKKEN7-20180000000
BAKKEN6-20180000000
BAKKEN5-20180000000
BAKKEN4-201826767965120131613160
BAKKEN3-201831991922155170817080
BAKKEN2-201828853713107132813280
BAKKEN1-201831987940145150515050
BAKKEN12-2017319681158105156815680

Original Post

Note: original post is left unchanged (unless there is a major factual error or typographical error) but the production data is updated.

The original Radermecher well, a 1280-spaced, Three Forks well was drilled/completed back in 2009:
  • 17718, 575, CLR, Radermecher 1015H, Three Forks, open hole/cased; ~ 1.5 million lbs; t8/09; cum 190K 8/18;
That well is sited in section 15-151-96 and the horizontal runs north to south.

The three "new" Radermecher wells are now starting to come off the confidential list (January 16, 2017). These three Radermecher wells are sited in the section to the south, 22-151-96, and will no doubt the horizontals will run to the north.

It's possible they have not been fracked yet. The production profile of the original Radermecher well (#17718) has never been taken off-line. It is customary to shut in wells when neighboring wells are fracked; but we will know more this week when the newer wells start coming off confidential:
  • 28990, 1,572, CLR, Radermecher 3-22H, Camel Butte, t2/17; cum 71K 8/18;
  • 28991, 2,120, CLR, Radermecher 1-22H1, Camel Butte, t2/17; 349K 8/18;
  • 28998, 1,880, CLR, Radermecher 4-22H2, Camel Butte, 8 days to drill, Three Forks 2nd bench, 39 stages; 10.9 million lbs; this is becoming so routine for CLR, the entire geologist's summary was less than a page, and did not include drilling to vertical depth; lateral drilling synopsis in one short paragraph; t2/17; cum 322K 8/18;
I assume the "H" (#28990) is a middle Bakken; the H1 (#28991) is a Three Forks, first bench; and, the "H2" (#28998) is a Three Forks, second bench.

Production profile for #17718 is incredibly unremarkable. This was the production profile for the first year:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProPCF SoldFlared
BAKKEN6-201028242222823835162509270
BAKKEN5-20103130643321447581758170
BAKKEN4-20103030203413456599859980
BAKKEN3-20103132532882630748874880
BAKKEN2-20102833803273505741574150
BAKKEN1-20103141844327562675367530
BAKKEN12-20093145094555593676567650
BAKKEN11-20093057425797114610530105300
BAKKEN10-20092148054517923643264320
BAKKEN9-20093071147087102710912109120
BAKKEN8-200930144531423656472056817144

Since then this well has plateaued off to about 1,000 bbls/month.

The screenshot taken today:

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