June 16, 2017: see first comment. This was a Three Forks well apparently, not a middle Bakken well, (drilled very, very early before operators were necessarily distinguishing between middle Bakken and the upper bench of the Three Forks). Most perplexing, however, is the jump in production that clearly suggests this well was refracked but no evidence that it was.
I track CLR Hendrickson wells here.
The CLR Hendrickson wells are now coming back on line after most recent fracking in the area.
Note this well:
- 18224, 1,099, CLR, Hendrickson 1-36H, Elm Tree, t12/09; cum 557K 4/17; remains off-line as of 2/17 as more Hendrickson wells are completed; came back on-line 4/17; huge jump in production; FracFocus -- no evidence of re-frac; no sundry form suggesting this well was re-fracked but the huge jump in production suggests that it must have been re-fracked
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