Sunday, June 4, 2017

Wells Coming Off #COVFEFE List This Week; EOG With Some Huge Wells -- June 4, 2017

Note: I track wells that produce more than 50,000/month at this post.

Friday, June 9, 2017
None.

Thursday, June 8, 2017
25957, SI/NC, Statoil, Mark 4-9F 4TFH, Williston, no production data,
31889, 1,877, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-22D-15-10H, Antelope, Three Forks, 33 stages; 9.9 million lbs, t12/16; cum 129K 4/17; (#20567)

Wednesday, June 7, 2017
None.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017
  • 25956, SI/NC, Statoil, Mark 4-9F 5H, Williston, no production data,
  • 32097, SI/NC, Abraxas, Stenehjem 6H, North Fork, no production data,
Monday, June 5, 2017
  • 25955, SI/NC, Statoil, Mark 4-9F 6TFH, Williston, no production data,
Sunday, June 4, 2017
  • 31756, 1,163, CLR, Maryland 5-16H, Catwalk, 38 stages, 17 million lbs; TD, 23,027 feet, t12/16; cum 80K 4/17;
  • 32292, SI/NC, Statoil, Mark 4-9F 7H, Williston, no production data,
  • 32512, 1,505, EOG, Mandaree 30-0706H, Squaw Creek, 37 stages, 17 million lbs sand; TD, 20,495 feet, t12/16; cum 157K 4/17; (19004)
  • 32513, 1,910, EOG, Mandaree 24-0706H, Squaw Creek, 44 stages, 28 million lbs sand; TD, 20,483 feet, t12/16; cum 228K 4/17; 19004)
Saturday, June 3, 2017
  • 28435, 871, EOG, Fertile 55-0333H, Parshall, Fertile 55-0333H, 50 stages; 12.73 million lbs, t12/16; cum 60K 4/17; API: 33-061-03114;  FracFocus says it was fracked 10/9/2016 - 11/1/2016; total base water volume (gal): 5,097,268; sand, 23% by mass;
  • 32098, SI/NC, Abraxas, Stenehjem 7H, North Fork, no production data,
  • 32293, SI/NC, Statoil, Mark 4-9F 8TFH, Williston, no production data,
  • 32514, 1,355, EOG, Mandaree 31-0706H, Squaw Creek, 46 stages, 29 million lbs; TD, 20,914 feet, t12/16; cum 247K 4/16; (19004); API: 33-053-07503; according to FracFocus, total base water volume (gal): 14,059,212; sand, 20% by mass; frack 10/13/2016 - 11/13/2016;
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 32514, see above, EOG, Mandaree 31-0706H, Squaw Creek:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-20174457962883
3-20174699261386
2-20175121578844
1-20175781667644
12-20164572535402

 28435, see above, EOG, Fertile 55-0333H, Parshall, Fertile 55-0333H:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-2017136348516
3-2017112706792
2-201771492410
1-2017131211747
12-2016143884280

32513, see above, EOG, Mandaree 24-0706H, Squaw Creek:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-20172530935948
3-20174754263119
2-20174564470021
1-20175304853916
12-20165589237427

32512, see above, EOG, Mandaree 30-0706H, Squaw Creek:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-20172039226149
3-20172299036518
2-20172095830480
1-20174514545349
12-20164674127703

31756, see above, CLR, Maryland 5-16H, Catwalk:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-20171469512595
3-20171902613852
2-20171460116914
1-20172148120911
12-201695857134

31889, see above, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-22D-15-10H, Antelope:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
4-20172020529525
3-20172215930231
2-20172648143777
1-20173625222455
12-2016229284436

2 comments:

  1. Very high numbers from the EOG Mandaree wells. Two of them just under quarter million barrels in 5 months.
    Wonder if changes were implemented in completion design to show that high an output,

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    1. That's a very interesting observation. My hunch is "yes." The other well on that pad, a very, very old well by Bakken standards, file #19004, was not a particularly good well.

      The most recent well that I've posted with frack data coincidentally was an EOG well that used almost 12 million lbs of sand:

      http://themilliondollarway.blogspot.com/2017/05/wells-coming-off-confidential-list-this.html.

      We will know the answer to your question this week.

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