Sunday, October 28, 2018

If This Well Was Not Re-Fracked --- Bohmbach Three Forks NOS -- Random Update -- October 28, 2018

See this post, from June 8, 2018.

I'm not going to run through all the wells in this area. For an update on the Antelope wells on this pad, see this post.

This is just an example of what they're doing in the Bakken these days.

The well:
  • 21490, 736, CLR, Bohmbach 3-35H, Elm Tree, 33-053-03768, t7/12; cum 340K 8/18; the permit says this would be a Three Forks well, but note the legal name; the geological report confirmed that it would be a Three Forks well
Recent production:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

Full production at this post

#21490, a revised sundry form was received July 13, 2017; at first I thought it was a re-frack, but there is no evidence that this well was re-fracked; it appears the major revision was revising the original IP to 920;
  • from the sundry form: revised IP, 920, no evidence of any re-frack;
  • FracFocus: no data for the recent re-frack; only shows the original frack (6/24/2012)
If this well was not re-fracked, look at the new production as of 5/18.

Formation tops:
  • Lodgepole: 9,953' TVD
  • upper Bakken shale: 10,700' TVD
  • middle Bakken: 10,729' TVD
  • lower Bakken shale: 10,787' TVD
  • Three Forks: 10,826' TVD   
I'm not going to run through the Bohmbach pad to explain all this but my hunch is that it follows pretty closely what is going on with the Antelope wells on the same pad.

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