December 19, 2018: first / oldest Skarston well with huge jump in production; not re-fracked.
From an earlier post:
From July 15, 2016: the 8-well Skarston pad plus the oldest ninth Skarston well in immediate area. It sounds like Statoil asked for a waiver for delayed production until 4/16. Check back in two to three months (9/16) to see if all wells back on status. Mostly curious if #21664 comes back on status. Reader has asked me to keep track of these wells; reader is curious if/when they come back on status.
January 28, 2017: #21664 appears to be back on status as of 10/16; some production 10/16 and 11/16. It appears that all Skarston well at the link were back on status, autumn, 2016. These are some incredible wells. If I remember, I will come back and provide production profiles for some of these wells.
The Skarston wells are tracked here.
- 25858, 5,010 (with natural gas, about 6,553 boe/d), Statoil, Skarston 1-12 5H, Banks, 41 stages, 9.2 million lbs, F, t3/16; cum 213K 11/16;
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