Monday, July 31, 2017

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

Active rigs:

$50.147/31/201707/31/201607/31/201507/31/201407/31/2013
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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 --
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2 comments:

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

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    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...

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