Monday, April 10, 2017

Active Rigs Jump To 52; 7 DUCs; 9 Permits Renewed -- April 10, 2017

Active rigs:


4/10/201704/10/201604/10/201504/10/201404/10/2013
Active Rigs523193190190

Since previous report, this was the increase in active rigs (CLR, Enerplus, Kraken Operating, and Hess each increased by one):
  • CLR: went from 4 up to 5
  • Enerplus: went from 2 up to 3
  • Kraken Operating: went from 1 up to 2
  • Hess: went from 3 up to 4
Wells coming off confidential list Tuesday:
  • 32562, 1,385, Whiting, Flatland 43-9H-1XH, Banks, 35 stages; 9.8 million lbs, t10/16; cum 133K 2/17;
Four new permits:
  • Operator: Whiting
  • Field: Sand Creek (McKenzie)
  • Comments:
Nine permits renewed:
  • Thunderbird (3): three Watson B permits in McKenzie County
  • Whiting (3): a Kaden TTT permit and a Westin TTT permit, both in Mountrail County; a Moccasin Creek permit in Dunn County
  • Lime Rock (2): two State Dvorak permits in Dunn County
  • HRC: one Fort Berthold permit in McKenzie County
Seven producing wells (DUCs) reported at completed:
  • 28801, 1,194, CLR, Alpha 4-14H1, Camp, t3/17; cum --
  • 30337, 1,074, CLR, Hendrickson Federal 5-36H1, Elm Tree, 4 sections, t2/17; cum --
  • 30338, 974, CLR, Hendrickson Federal 6-36H, Elm Tree, 4 sections, t2/17; cum --
  • 32331, 2,204, BR, CCU Red River 1-2-16 MBH, Corral Creek, t3/17; cum --
  • 32734, 2,654, Newfield, Lost Bridge Federal 148-96-9-4-3H, Lost Bridge, t3/17; cum --
  • 32735, 2,600, Newfield, Lost Bridge Federal 148-96-9-4-13H, Lost Bridge, t3/17; cum --
  • 32736, 3,031, Newfield, Lost Bridge Federal 148-96-9-4-4HLW, Lost Bridge, 2 sections, t2/17; cum --
A graphic of the three Lost Bridge Federal wells can be found at this post.

Bump in production: it might be interesting to check up on #30092 in a few months to see what effect fracking #32331 had on that well (#30092). 

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32562, see above, Whiting, Flatland 43-9H-1XH, Banks:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
2-20171803780349
1-20172518797769
12-20163839790149
11-20163726394694
10-20161401832529

3 comments:

  1. Once again, that 400 million cubic foot of gas would show gross sale revenue of $1.200,000 at $3/mmbtu

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    1. Yes, look at all that natural gas in the last column; I don't pay enough attention to NG, but I don't recall seeing such high numbers in the last column as in this well.

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    2. If the well cost $6 - $7 million, that $1.2 million is a pretty nice down payment. And to think that the Bakken is an oil play. Pretty amazing.

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