Monday, July 31, 2017

Eight New Permits; Five DUCS Reported As Completed -- July 31, 2017

Active rigs:

Active Rigs613574193180

Eight new permits:
  • Operators: Hess (5); Oasis (3)
  • Fields: Beaver Lodge (Williams); Banks (McKenzie)
  • Comments: Hess with permits for an E Burdick 5-well pad in SESE 19-155-95; Oasis with permits for a Berquist 3-well pad in NWNE 27-152-98
Interesting note:
  • Armstrong Operating has two wells plugged or producing, one Renville County (a Hanson well) and one in Stark County (a Frenzel well)
Five producing wells (DUCs) reported as completed:
  • 27419, 2,013, CLR, Garfield Federal 6-5H, Banks, t6/17; cum --
  • 27421, 2,032, CLR, Garfield 4-5H, Banks, t6/17; cum --
  • 30871, 284, BR, Curtis 21-16 TFH-3NH, North Fork, t6/17; cum --
  • 30872, 526, BR, Saddle Butt 21-16 MBH-3SH, North Fork, t6/17; cum --
  • 33148, 142,  STRI, 22-15 163-90B, Stony Run, t7/17; cum --

In cockpits, there is a fold-up seat between and behind the pilot/co-pilot seats: it's called the jump seat. You may have seen it in the movie, Catch Me If You Can.

Apparently Sophia was able to have her seat assignment upgraded.


  1. The Armstrong Frenzel well is a dry hole. It was plugged by the drilling rig.

    1. Thank you. I was going to check on that; I thought it was ... I had forgotten all about these wells ... finally coming off confidential list...I guess...