July 12, 2015: a failed frack; something else going on?
- 27885, 130, Hess, BW-R Peterson-149-99-1102H-4, 1 stage frack, 200K lbs sand, t6/15; cum 19K 2/17;
October 25, 2014:
Regarding the following well, a sundry form received June 6, 2014, suggests OXY USA will be re-entering this well to test the Madison, as well as possibly other formations:
- 17899, TA/1,191, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Stroh 11-1H, Lot 4 1-143N-97W, Cabernet, 1,191, t9/09; cum 157K 12/12; went off-line 1/12; remains off-line as of 12/16;
- 28112, 11/IA/AB, Legacy, Legacy Berge 13-31H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, 28 stages, 246K proppant, t6/14; cum -- (search #28112 in mail for follow-up); remains IA 9/15; active as of 10/15 for 10 days; on-line a few days between 10/15 and 1/16, but no production;
July 19, 2017: The wildcats northwest of Minot, posted March 30, 2014.
February 7, 2017: #18224, huge well; went off-line 11/16; 30336 (API: 33-053-06616). Probably getting ready to frack nearby. A CLR Hendrickson well. Yes, #30336 was fracked in January, 2017. See update here.
March 1, 2017: #18414, the Helsingborg Federal wells. Update: May 10, 2017 -- this is really cool -- there was a jump in production when the well came back on line. See link.
March 24, 2017: #18251; this well is inactive with a waiver; it's a great well; see if it ever comes back on status. Update: damaged well; fish stuck in hole; too expensive to repair with prices where they are; now AB as of 4/17.
October 15, 2015: why was this staggering natural gas well taken off-line in August, 2015? #21235. It looks like they are trying to bring this well back on-line; e-mail exchange between operator and NDIC in February, 2016. Check production 12/16, 1/17, 2/17 -- back on line for one day 11/16, but it looks like it's being plugged. PA noted 3/17.
April 3, 2017: 18218, check on that well's production in a couple of months. Nearby wells were just completed (see #32460) and 2/17 production extrapolates to 7,000 bbls/month which would be a significant jump in production.
March 21, 2017: #32801 is clearly a first bench well, but the graphics suggest a second bench. Look at the geologist's report when it finally becomes available. Update: geologist's report posted -- a first bench well.
December 18, 2016: follow-up on this well, #18705. There was a recent bump-up in production after being off-line for a few months; another well in the region might have been fracked during this period -- but if so, look how far away that new well (#30411) was.
January 29, 2017: #20510, look at the production profile and the NDIC map for all the activity in this area after the well was fracked.
March 28, 2017: check #18786 when it comes back on-line to see if there was a bump in production after Smokey well running opposite direction was completed late 2016, #31050. Also, take a look at
#21442, and #21439. Update: huge jump in production for #18786.
January 9, 2017: look for halo effect on these two wells (#21992, #21306) in March, 2017, time frame; following completion of #32264, #32265, #32266, and #32287. None.
January 9, 2017: look for halo effect on these two wells (#22462, #22465) in March, 2017, time frame; following completion of #31420, #31419, #32630 on same pad (not yet drilled) and following completion of all wells on a 4-well pad to the north (#29183, #29182, #29181, 2#9180). None.
January 7, 2017: f/u #20629; post-neighbor-frack production; modest increase.
December 23, 2016: follow-up on the Gudmunson wells after March, 2017. Producing wells were taken off-line 10/16, suggesting the new wells would be fracked before the end of 2016.
November 27, 2016: 17170, A/PWI/667, EOG, Wayzeta 4-16H, Parshall, Bakken, s4/08; t7/08; AL; 472K 2/17; pretty impressive -- no pump; >300K after 3 years; a short lateral; 6 frack stages (?); go back and check reason for huge bump-up in 1/14; update/followed here.
November 27, 2016: 17215, EOG, Austin 27-10H, t12/08; cum 614K 12/16; inactive as of early 2/16; check on bump up in 8/16 after being off-line in early 2016; production doubled after going back on status in May, 2016; I don't see a nearby well fracked. A graphic of this area has been completed; posted for a few minutes and then placed in draft status. Will be brought back up in a few weeks.
November 27, 2016: 18912, IA/442; EOG, Austin 125-30H, Three Forks, t7/10; cum 123K 2/17; 17 stages; 2 million lbs sand; off-line as of 4/16; back on-line as of 10/16;
November 5, 2016: check up on #31249 -- it looks like EOG has converted this well to a SWD well, but need to confirm. See August 30, 2016, daily activity report.
November 5, 2016: update on the Flatland Federal wells; note that a well on the 5-well pad must have had some problems; all wells on that pad came off-line in the summer of 2016, but are now coming back on line. It looks like #30775 will be abandoned; something obviously went wrong after the 31-stage frack. Will watch for awhile to see if they try to save this well. Noted 12/16.
May 22, 2016: Slawson takes a huge Big Bend well off-line, #18575. Back on-line 5/16 but still needs more follow-up. January 5, 2016: this big well went off-line 11/15:
- 18575, 1,007, Slawson, Hunter 1-8-17H, Big Bend, t6/11; cum 458K 9/16; off-line all of 11/15; only one day production 1/16; only one day production 2/16; IA as of 3/16; back on line as of 6/16; update here. Check a few more months and then remove from this page (look at the halo effect on one of the Hunter wells, #18575).
- 26640: API - 33-061-02757, fracked 4/13 - 21/2014
- 26641: API - 33-061-02758, fracked 4/12 - 22/2014
- 18408: API - 33-061-01156: never fracked, not found at FracFocus; as of 11/15, AB; 2/17; TA.