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Pretty cool, huh? Production jumps 20-fold? [20 x 130 = 2,600].
From the sundry form received September 11, 2017:
Move in workover rig and pull rods and tubing. Nipple up frac tree and treesaver to isolate wellhead. Move in and rig up the frac fleet and frac well with approximately 14,000 bbls of gelled fluids containing approximately 400,000 lbs of the frack sand. Well will be frac'd pursuant ot NDAC 43-02-03-27.1. Nipple down frac tree and tree saver and run production equipment back into well. Return well to production.But this isn't so great, really, is it? We see it all the time when a well is re-fracked.
And here's the graphic:
- 19551, 215, Challenger Point Energy, LLC, Olney 2-25H, Flaxton, t5/11; cum 51K 1/18
Don't believe me? Here's a screen shot of the scout ticket:
By the way, what's the best this well has ever done? From the very beginning:
The sundry form / completion form with the completion data says the well:
- had five laterals
- was completed March 30, 2011
- was tested May 6, 2011
- there is no evidence this well was fracked at this time; first frack was apparently in 2017