Saturday, March 4, 2017

How Far Might Fracking Interference Extend? -- March 4, 2017


July 11, 2018: this page will not be updated. Updates are now at this post.

Original Post
In the graphic below, the two wells, #17718 and #16730, were both taken off-line when the three horizontals between them were fracked. Obviously there were portions of #16730 that were much closer than 0.7 miles.

In this case, it does not appear that there was any noticeable bump in production for #17718, but we have production data for only 17 days after the well was brought back on line; if I don't forget, I will check production on this well in the next month or two.

For #16730, it is still off-line (most recent data from the NDIC goes through January, 2017, at the moment.

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Trump says Trump Towers was wire-tapped during the 2016 campaign.
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