Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Wells I No Longer Follow -- April 25, 2017

This is simply some housekeeping. Nothing new here. This has all been posted before. The page where this came from was getting too long. These are wells that I was watching for some reason or other; once I saw what I wanted to see, I "closed" them out.


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March 4, 2017: check on halo effect on #25827 -- no halo effect. It was taken off-line when this well was fracked:
  • 31508, 1,655, CLR, Akron Federal 7-27H, Banks, 4 sections, t1/17; cum --
March 16, 2017: 25266, 25267, 25268 -- all off line while Rolfson N wells were being fracked; check on their status and if there is a bump, look at the graphic. They all showed a small, but clearly discernable, bump in production.

February 28, 2017: reader wants to know why this well -- #22389, Norgard -- might have gone off-line 12/16; check back in a few months. See comment at this post. Update: As of 3/17 nothing in the file report to suggest why this well was taken off-line 12/16; it's back on-line; production not changed much.

November 27, 2016: 18912, 442, EOG, Austin 125-30H, Parshall, t7/10; cum 124K 4/17; went off-line 4/16; back on-line 10/16; no bump in production noted as of 6/17;

December 12, 2016: 17870, IA/796, EOG, Fertile 7-06H, 1 section, Parshall (56,000 bbls in 104 days), t9/09; cum 277K 11/15; taken off-line 11/15; back on-line 10/16 for 2 days; minor (one bbl) spill reported while work-over rig on pad, August, 2016; remains off-line as of 2/17; see update here; back on-line and looks like it might be a decent well. 

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;
February 28, 2015: new operator in the Bakken? Basin Shale ND, LLC, seen in the March, 2015, dockets. (not listed in "NDIC Well Search Data Base" as of 11/15).

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;
October 22, 2014:
  • 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, 2017August 23, 2014, the EOG "400-series" wells. Looks like something might be happening with #29190 (noted 9/16).


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).
18408: flowing, no pump; ever fracked? In same section as 17263. As of October 25, 2014, no frack data in file; sundry form scanned in but no frack data.  In 11/15; noted to be AB; then 2/17, noted to be TA. Check when #26640 and #26641 were fracked.
  • 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.

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