This is simply a meandering note on an observation in Sand Creek while things are quiet, waiting for the day's new cycle to begin.
This is how it started. I was updating BR's Hammerhead #20812 in Sand Creek.
I was mostly interested in the jump in production of #20812 after a "workover" which happened to coincide with fracking of neighboring wells.
In the process I noted that #20812 was recently taken off-line again. I was wondering if something might be happening in the area.
The NDIC map shows three BR Gladstone wells all on confidential and no rig on site (#33553 - 33555, inclusive). The BR Gladstone wells are to the east of the BR Hammerhead wells.
But it turns out, only #20812 was taken off-line; the other wells in the area were not taken off-line. So it appears nothing is going on (?); I do not know why #20812 was recently taken off-line.
So, we'll stop there for a moment.
The BR Hammerhead wells to the west of the BR Gladstone wells run north to south. Just to the east of the BR Gladstone wells are the XTO Rolfsrud wells.
One of the Rolfsrud wells had a small bump in production, coinciding with the well being placed on a pump:
- 25417, 3,001, XTO, Rolfsrud State 14X-36F, t3/14; cum 318K 4/17; 30 stages, 3.1 million lbs, March 29, 2017, changed from flowing to rod pump; recent production profile:
|Pool||Date||Days||BBLS Oil||Runs||BBLS Water||MCF Prod||MCF Sold||Vent/Flare|
As noted when I started, not much to learn, just some observations.