October 1, 2018: See this post.
On same pad, next to be fracked:
- 34101, Briek, drl, fracked;
- 34100, SI/NC, Nora Jones,
- 34102, SI/NC, Julia Jones,
- 34103, SI/NC, Dye USA,
- 34104, SI/NC, Hammerberg USA,
- 19514, off-line, Jones USA, t4/11; cum 524K 8/18;
- 29211, off-line, Doll USA, t6/15; cum 473K 8/18;
- 29210, off-line, Tony Lun USA, t6/15; cum 365K 8/18;
October 1, 2018: MRO is starting to frack these wells (#34100 - #34104, inclusive). This one has been fracked but still on drl/conf status:
- 34101, drl, MRO, Briek USA 13-14H, 33-053-08224, 8.1 million gallons water; 88% water by mass, Reunion Bay, fracked 7/29/18 - 8/16/18;
It certainly looks like #29211 might have been re-fracked (although not the production jump one would expect with a re-frack) but no data at FracFocus and no sundry form to suggest this well was refracked:
- 29211, 2,929, MRO, Doll USA 12-14H, Reunion Bay, t6/15; cum 457K 4/18;
|Pool||Date||Days||BBLS Oil||Runs||BBLS Water||MCF Prod||MCF Sold||Vent/Flare|
From an earlier post:
March 17, 2018: 29209, IA/2,776, MRO, Ernestine USA 11-14TFH-2B, why did this well go IA 1/18? #34100 - 34104, inclusive all SI/NC; the 4-well pad:The graphic:
- 29208: Lun USA, off-line since 2/18;
- 29209: Ernestine, off-line since 1/18;
- 29210: Tony Lun USA, not off line; production fairly stable are around 4,000 to 6,000 bbls/month
- 29211: Doll USA, as above
A Note For The Granddaughters
Until earlier today I had only a very remote, passing interest in cotton. In another life, we lived in Alabama for two years and became slightly acquainted with cotton -- and thus the very remote, passing interest in cotton. Until today.
In 1421, The Year China Discovered America, Gavin Menzies, c. 2002, spent a bit of time discussing cotton and its genetics. Fascinating. So, after spending much of today reading about cotton and genetics (on the internet), I coincidentally find this article on cotton at The Wall Street Journal:
China is re-emerging as a major consumer of U.S. cotton after years of stockpiling the fiber, a shift that together with poor growing conditions in Texas has sent prices surging to a six-year high.
The world’s most populous nation has purchased futures contracts covering more than 361,000 bales of U.S. cotton for 2019-20, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data. That is enough to make 400 million T-shirts. China has never booked that much cotton that far in advance at this time of year, in data going back to 1998.
“It’s very unusual to have that many bales in the books,” said Peter Egli, risk manager at Plexus Cotton Ltd. “China is the biggest taker of forward sales.”
China’s return to global cotton markets is likely to mean a period of higher prices for a fiber used in most apparel, textiles and upholstery. It is also a boon to U.S. producers who have long labored under a market whose prices investors perceived to be capped by China’s cotton stores, which for years have accounted for more than half of all global stocks.
China announced this month that it intends to raise cotton import volumes, a move that could increase Chinese purchases of American fiber at a time when the Trump administration is calling for more imports from the U.S.Hmmmm.....Trump ... tariffs ...