Friday, June 23, 2017

Look At The Completion Strategies For These Two CLR Maryland Wells -- June 23, 2017

The wells:
  • 31754, 762, CLR, Maryland 3-16H, Catwalk, 38 stages, 17.3 million lbs, t12/16; cum 74K 4/17;
  • 31755, 213, CLR, Maryland 4-16H1, Catwalk, Three Forks 1st bench, 38 stages, 11.4 million lbs, t12/16; cum 25K 4/17;
This page will not be updated; CLR's Maryland wells are tracked here

Dry Hole?

I'm being told by someone who checked in on the Armstrong Operating Frenzel 1-35 well (#33340) southeast of Dickinson that the well appears to be dry. This is the fourth wildcat in this section: 35-139-96. Two other dry holes targeted the Red River; the third wildcat targeted the Heath.  #33340 remains on the confidential list, all in that same section. Lodgepole? An earlier Armstrong well just outside of Dickinson (on the southwest side) was also dry (#29705, Dickinson City 1-16, targeted the Lodgepole).

Lots Of Green

Great photograph of the Missouri River / Yellowstone River confluence at this Williston Herald story.  Note the Missouri -Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center at the lower left in the photograph.

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