Friday, January 12, 2018

Random Update Of A "New" Well Drilled Back In 2008 -- An MRO Voigt Well -- January 12, 2018

Back on November 22, 2017, these four DUCs were reported as completed:
  • 28462, 1,894, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-96-24C-13-3H, Keene, t10/17; cum --
  • 33326, 1,814, MRO, Spring 21-15TFH, Bailey, t11/17; cum --  (#16964, #20321)
  • 33325, 5,072, MRO, Chapman 31-15H, Bailey, t10/17; cum -- (#16964, #20321)
  • 33324, 2,282, MRO, French 31-15TFH, Bailey, t10/17; cum -- (#16964, #20321) 
I noted that it would be interesting to take a look at two neighboring, older wells: #16964 and #20321.

The neighboring wells:
  • 16964, 315, MRO, Voigt 11-15H, Bailey, t5/08; cum 203K 11/17; re-fracked 8/17; re-frack with 45 stages; 5.5 million lbs;
Recent production (#16964):
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN11-20173017493173452132795615057006
BAKKEN10-201722286832872755416075012881
BAKKEN9-20170000000
BAKKEN8-20170000000
BAKKEN7-20170000000
BAKKEN6-20170000000
BAKKEN5-2017589641058040
BAKKEN4-2017306616631485410292

Note initial production at time of original frack (#16964):
BAKKEN10-200831255025503789759750
BAKKEN9-20083025112590407116011600
BAKKEN8-20083134263223615158715870
BAKKEN7-20083140134080708165716570
BAKKEN6-20083057145895975179717970
BAKKEN5-200824699065991117000
BAKKEN4-200812903696303000

Comment: we talked about this back in 2008 - 2012 the importance of all these early wells even if they initially appeared "uneconomical."  This was just one of several reasons why these lower-producing wells back in the early days of the boom were (and, are) so important.
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN11-20170000000
BAKKEN10-20171210018016
BAKKEN9-20170000000
BAKKEN8-201722107910979268966554
BAKKEN7-2017311640162013451414818236
BAKKEN6-201730165717391372133190175
BAKKEN5-201731174217071448138595661



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