Saturday, April 15, 2017

Oasis Rolfson 29-32H Re-Frack Looks Successful -- #20464 -- April 15, 2017

Back on February 2, 2017, I wrote:
  • 20464, 1,202, Oasis/Zenergy, Rolfson 29-32H, Siverston, 28 stages, 2 million lbs, t12/11; cum 212K 2/17; taken off-line 6/16; off-line through 12/16; from sundry form suggesting start date of September, 2016, for this: Oasis intends to refrack the Rolfson 29-32H well at the beginning of the infill stimulations (sic) operations for the Rolfson S wells in the 29 and 32 sections of 151N98W. If [preparatory tests are sufficient], the refrack design will consist of a bullheaded diversion sequence treatment in a crosslinked fluid system with 50 diversion sequences. [There are no neighboring producing wells.]
Then on February 14, 2017, I wrote:
Here is the latest production profile:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN2-201728205402100219712485503577412496
BAKKEN1-201715920480101616321780133358295
BAKKEN12-20160000000
BAKKEN11-20160000000
BAKKEN10-20161000000
BAKKEN9-201610070141000
BAKKEN8-20160000000
BAKKEN7-20160000000
BAKKEN6-20162212491609668336431440
BAKKEN5-20163120981962845515048400
BAKKEN4-20162517831604102334113029132

The best this well had done previously, after the initial frack back in late 2011, was around 14,000 bbls/month.

Many years ago there was a discussion among Bakken operators whether it made more sense to re-frack an existing well, or to simply re-drill a new well. EOG was in the latter camp: simply re-drill a new well. I think it depends.

Over at FracFocus, still no report. There are no new sundry forms posted at the NDIC file report.

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