Thursday, August 31, 2017

More On Those New Super-Long / Extended Long Laterals Reaching Under The River -- August 31, 2017

The Wells

 The wells have been brought up here for easier tracking. Data in the original post below will not be updated.
  • 33025, SI/NC-->conf, CLR, Hereford Federal 10-17H1, Elm Creek, 26,836 feet; (#19503, #18138, #19397, #23493, #23495); conf but noted to be producing as of 4/19;
  • 33026, SI/NC-->conf, CLR, Hereford Federal 11-17H, Elm Creek, 26,682 feet; conf but noted to be producing as of 4/19;
  • 33027, conf, CLR, Hereford Federal 12-17H2, Elm Creek, 26,772 feet; conf but noted to be producing as of 4/19;
  • 33028, SI/NC, CLR, Hereford Federal 13-17H, Elm Creek, 26,599 feet;
  • 33963, A/n/d, CLR, Hereford Federal 14-17H1, Elm Creek, ~ 26,715 feet from the permit; fracked, flowing, 4/19; no production data,
  • 33964, TA, CLR, Hereford Federal 15-17HSL, Elm Creek, ~ 26,579 feet from the permit;
  • 33965, SI/NC, CLR, Angus Federal 6-16H2, Elm Creek, ~ 26,729 feet; from the permit;
  • 35691, SI/NC, CLR, Hereford Federal 15X-17HSL, Elm Tree, no production data, was fracked 2/19; 

Updates

July 11, 2018: add these Hereford Federal wells to the list below (this is an 8-well pad along section line of 20-153-94 --
  • 32357, 1,190, CLR, Hereford Federal 2-20H1, Elm Tree, 61 stages; 22.78 million lbs, t9/17; cum 268K 11/18;
  • 32354, SI/NC, CLR, Hereford Federal 8-20H2, Elm Tree, still a DUC, 11/18;

January 31, 2018: see first comment at this post.
These Hereford wells are certainly interesting... after looking this well up in the well files category in premium however, It looks like this well starts in section 20... It goes horizontally almost a half mile in section 20, the goes up through sections 17, 8, and ends up on the north end of section 5... so 3 full miles plus almost 1/2 mile in section 20, so a very long horizontal.
Still impressive, but makes more sense when you divide the stages, sand, etc. by the longer length. It has to do with access point (section 20) and Lake Sakakewea (just north of section 20) so an unusual setup because of the lake. 
January 30, 2018: 32355, 1,217, CLR, Hereford Federal 6-20H1, Elm Tree, Three Forks 1, 61 stages; 15.5 million lbs, mesh, large, small; t8/17; cum 232K 11/18;

January 26, 2018:
  • 32356, 1,054, CLR, Hereford Federal 4-20H2, Elm Tree, Three Forks (2), 28 stages; 6.9 million lbs, mesh, large, small, t9/17; cum 109K 11/18; 
January 23, 2018:
  • 32349, 1,168, CLR, Hereford Federal 9-20H, Elm Tree, 86 stages; 14.3 million lbs, in excess of 100K in first four months of full production; t8/17; cum 380K 11/18; no production first three months of production; TD = 26,960
January 17, 2018:
  • 32351, 1,136, CLR, Hereford Federal 5-20H, Elm Tree, 71 stages; 14.2 million lbs large, small, no ceramic; t8/17; cum 222K 11/18; TD = 26,780
  • 32352, 1,136, CLR, Hereford Federal 3-20H,  Elm Tree, 71 stages, 14 million lbs, large/small, no ceramic, t8/17; cum 224K 11/18; TD = 36,675

January 11, 2018:
  • 32353, 1,558, CLR, Hereford Federal 1-20H, Elm Tree, 69 stages; 25 million lbs sand small/large, t8/17; cum 238K 11/18; TD = 26,786
 Original Post

The other day, an alert reader noted CLR permits for super-long laterals / extended long laterals.

It turns out CLR has permits for four additional permits in the same general location that will also be super-long laterals / extended long laterals: NWNW 21-153-94, Elm Creek oil field. Those permits were from the September 20, 2016, daily activity report:
  • 33025, drl, CLR, Hereford Federal 10-17H1, Elm Creek, 26,836 feet; (#19503, #18138, #19397, #23493, #23495); still drl 11/18;
  • 33026, SI/NC, CLR, Hereford Federal 11-17H, Elm Creek, 26,682 feet;
  • 33027, drl, CLR, Hereford Federal 12-17H2, Elm Creek, 26,772 feet;
  • 33028, drl, CLR, Hereford Federal 13-17H, Elm Creek, 26,599 feet;
The three similar permits from the August 30, 2017, daily activity report:
  • 33963, drl, CLR, Hereford Federal 14-17H1, Elm Creek, ~ 26,715 feet from the permit;
  • 33964, TA, CLR, Hereford Federal 15-17HSL, Elm Creek, ~ 26,579 feet from the permit;
  • 33965, drl, CLR, Angus Federal 6-16H2, Elm Creek, ~ 26,729 feet; from the permit;
The CLR Angus and Angus Federal wells are tracked here; they are all "standard" long laterals, about 21,000 feet long (with the exception of this new one, #33865).

The graphic: in the graphic below, the permits for the new wells that will be super-long laterals / extended long laterals are to the west, permit numbers in the two boxes at the far left.

One can see where earlier super-long laterals / extended long laterals were places under the river.

Like the "original" super-long laterals / extended long laterals, the "new" super-long laterals / extended long laterals will just reach to the middle of the river.


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