- The well is coming back on line:
This well will be impacted by the newly fracked Weydahl/Brandvik wells which are tracked here.
From an earlier post:
October 18, 2015: follow-up production jump on #16510. There was what appears to be a halo effect in June, 2015, but there are still three more wells waiting to be fracked; it will be interesting to see how fracking these three north/south wells affect the double-lateral #16510. This well, #16510, needs to remain on the list of wells that need to be followed up (March 27, 2016). Follow-up here.Recent production:
|Pool||Date||Days||BBLS Oil||Runs||BBLS Water||MCF Prod||MCF Sold||Vent/Flare|
One-thousand bbls at eight days extrapolates to 3,750 bbls/month, up significantly from the 750 bbls/month prior to the neighboring wells being fracked. This well, #16510, is back on the list of wells that need to be followed for a few more months.