Monday, July 2, 2018

Random Update Of Select CLR Carson Peak And Morris Wells In Oakdale Field -- July 2, 2018

Random production data for select CLR Carson Peak and Morris wells. This page will not be updated; these wells are tracked here.

Look at the bump in production in this well:
  • 17079, 559, CLR, Carson Peak 44-2H, t6/08; cum 301K 5/18; a re-frack candidate;
Monthly Production Data:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN5-20181511671614789809800
BAKKEN4-2018302457235912318611747114
BAKKEN3-2018312441208810517991484315
BAKKEN2-20182822442362951512150111
BAKKEN1-20183125932585107177117710
BAKKEN12-20173124932549155169416940
BAKKEN11-20173034763467982294227618
BAKKEN10-2017254332203081721720
BAKKEN9-2017301590014140
BAKKEN8-2017311792122243376
BAKKEN7-20173121123543796118
BAKKEN6-20173014323630843430
BAKKEN5-2017303502181451881799
BAKKEN4-20170000000
BAKKEN3-201728596697284064060
BAKKEN2-2017286166734541940910

The following well is now off-line:
  • 17334, 811, CLR, Morris 1-23H, t11/08/ cum 275K 5/18; another re-frack candidate;
Monthly Production Data:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN5-201822203326026
BAKKEN4-201829835143510894387370
BAKKEN3-2018311163713188132013200
BAKKEN2-2018281069930148112811280
BAKKEN1-20183112311422188124812480
BAKKEN12-20173112291410200107410740
BAKKEN11-2017301190908225100710070

The following well has an incredibly nice production profile:
  • 18859, 680, CLR, Carson Peak 3-35H, t5/11; cum 655K 5/18; 
Monthly Production Data:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN5-20183141854570520334133410
BAKKEN4-20183041043918660346534650
BAKKEN3-201831330930751193260526050
BAKKEN2-20182829742931803229222920
BAKKEN1-201831243325331694147014700
BAKKEN12-201731251023971097188518805
BAKKEN11-20173032833280177276227620
BAKKEN10-20173133743603279255525550
BAKKEN9-20173032673078342323432340
BAKKEN8-201731336535522173707364562

The following well also has an incredibly nice production history:
  • 18861, 759, CLR, Carson Peak 2-35H, t5/11; cum 703K 5/18; an IP of less than 800 bbls/24 hours, and cumulative of over 700,000 bbls in about seven years, used "old" completion strategies
Monthly Production Data:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN5-201831444145726123773371162
BAKKEN4-2018304630464892839113811100
BAKKEN3-201820271624941213202420240
BAKKEN2-201828370337161228327432740
BAKKEN1-201825212517182483164316430
BAKKEN12-20172523642600988227122710
BAKKEN11-20173037083712203368236820
BAKKEN10-20173138784060274393739370
BAKKEN9-20173036643538208331533150
BAKKEN8-20173136213787187318431840
BAKKEN7-2017313799359520235493270279
BAKKEN6-20173038053812193368836880

Backwardation, Contango, Confused, Futures, And All That Jazz -- July 2, 2018

Finally, after ten years of blogging, I've finally thrown in the towel and decided it's time to try to figure out this stuff: futures, contracts, contango (normal); backwardation (abnormal). [Normal/abnormal as is applies to a depleting resource like crude oil.] I've gotten some great help from at least four readers, and one reader in particular. Thank you very much.

I've linked "crude oil futures" at the sidebar at the right, as well as at my "Data Links" page.

At the sidebar at the right, just below the poll(s).

I know 0.000001% of any of this, so if this is important to you, go to some other source. I assume I will make typographical and factual mistakes -- probably  many of the latter. Don't let me know about typographic errors unless it makes a huge difference in the post. However, if there are "factual errors" / errors in content, please let me know ASAP (as soon as possible). If it's a really, really big error in content, let me know STAT (that's even faster).

Rumor has it the terms "backwardation" and "contango" came from an economist's dream.


Best Bakken News So Far This Year -- Mexico Elects Far Left Socialist For President -- July 2, 2018

Mexico elects far left socialist for president. Prediction: he won't be with us four years from now if he attempts to crack down on international (read: Mexico-US border) crime. More later. I need to let that sink in for awhile. From Nick Cunningham over at oilprice.com.

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The Participation Generation

From The WSJ:
Nearly half of students who graduated from Lehigh University, Princeton University and the University of Southern California this year did so with cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude honors, or their equivalents.
At Harvard and Johns Hopkins, more got the designations than didn’t.
Anyone with a grade-point average of at least 3.4 is granted Latin honors at Middlebury College; the number of students graduating with honors has been rising in recent years, the school says, and was north of 50% this spring.
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Nothing New Under The Sun

I don't think I've seen a story rise and fall so quickly: the murderous rampage in the Baltimore newspaper building.

In retrospect, it pales in comparison to a similar story that occurred on July 28, 1914. I first read about it in The Vertigo Years, Europe, 1900 - 1914, Philipp Roth, c. 2008. The wiki "history" is very, very dry; very, very bland compared to the story as told by Philipp Roth, pp. 388 - 393.

Quiz: these are the facts to which everyone agrees --
  • early 20th century, the French minister of finance, would later become Prime Minister
  • married; he has an affair with Henriette; his career will be destroyed if he doesn't solve the problem
  • he solves the problem: the French finance minister, Joseph Caillaux, divorces his wife and marries his lover, Henriette, who now becomes Henriette Caillaux, of course
  • the Parisian newspaper's editor Gaston Calmette and his paper Le Figaro launch a "veritable campaign of character assassination against the Prime Minister, Joseph Caillaux"
  • Madame Caillaux takes it upon herself to solve the matter in her husband's best interests
  • on July 28, 1914, Madame Caillaux goes to the Le Figaro newspaper building and asks to see the editor
  • the editor is out; Madame Caillaux is escorted to the editor's office
  • the editor returns; a few words are exchanged; Henriette Caillaux takes a revolver out of her fur muff, and fatally shoots the editor four times, point blank, in the chest
  • at the trial Henriette did not deny those facts
  • El Figaro went from eight pages to twelve pages to print verbatim reports from the courtroom 
  • it might have been the story of the year, except for the murder of Jean Jaures, three days after the trial of Henriette ends: Jean Jaures was the main defender of Captain Dreyfus and one of the most universally respected politicians in France at the time
  • those two stories crowded out the story of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, June 28, 1914
Now, the quiz: Henriette was, of course, brought to trial. Was she found guilty or found innocent? If guilty, on what charges and what was her sentence? If innocent, on what basis did the jury find her innocent?

Huge Slide In WTI Pricing After Saudi Says Willing To Flood The Global Market With Crude Oil -- CNBC -- WTI Slumps 0.2% Or 16 Cents On $74-Oil -- July 2, 2018

Active rigs:

$73.997/2/201807/02/201707/02/201607/02/201507/02/2014
Active Rigs67583075190

Eleven new permits:
  • Operators: CLR (8); Liberty Resources (3)
  • Fields: Oakdale (Dunn); Cottonwood (Mountrail); Enget Lake (Mountrail)
  • Comments: CLR has permits for another 8-well Carson Peak/Morris pad in SWNE 26-147-96; the CLR Carson Peak/Morris wells are tracked here;
DUCs: another day with no DUCs reported as completed.
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Trolling CNBC

Are You Ready For A Cold Winter? More Than Three Months Without A Sunspot -- Ice Age Now -- July 2, 2018

It's been almost this long since we've seen a DUC reported as completed in the Bakken. LOL.

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The Amazon Page

I've blogged about this before. It's hard to believe. I just order three items. Sales before tax: $19.65; $11.95; and, $11.95.

Tax is a wash, whether I buy it on-line or from a local retailer.

Amazon price significantly lower than local retailer for the $11.95 item ($15.99 at local retailer); the $19.54 vs $19.99 at the local retailer.

Since all three were gifts, I mailed them directly; saved at least $10/item in mailing costs.

And then this: because I "agreed" to routine shipper --instead of 2-day Prime shipping -- Amazon gives me a credit of $5.00/item or $15 total credit. Local retailer would not give a $15 credit for $45 purchase just for agreeing to picking it up later. LOL.

And that's the challenge local retailers have. There are partial solutions, I suppose, but still incredibly difficult. The on-line sales tax ruling will help some states with their revenues, but for an individual customer like me the sales tax issue is wash.

And if the item is sent to a state with no sales tax, then no sales tax is collected. What a great country.

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Burned Out

From SeekingAlpha:
  • Tesla Senior VP of Engineering Doug Field isn't returning to the company after taking a leave in early May
  • Field was involved in vehicle development for Tesla, including work on the Model 3
This makes number 4 or 5 of high level executives to leave Tesla in the last few months.

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The Music Page

From The WSJ:
Proudly weird and just 16 years old, Billie Eilish is determined to make people uncomfortable.
Her approach is already bringing her unexpected success. The Los Angeles-based singer signed with Interscope Records in 2016 after her spare, haunting song “ocean eyes” went viral. This year, she worked with the Grammy-nominated R&B star Khalid in April, released a low-key cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” in which she plays ukulele in June, and in October she is scheduled to perform with the British indie group Florence + the Machine.
Meanwhile, Ms. Eilish is working on her debut album, but don’t expect it to hew to any of the above styles.
But this is what caught my attention:
The noirish artist Lana Del Rey, who with New Zealand singer Lorde helped pave the way for today’s alternative-pop stars, has only one U.S. Top Ten hit, yet she has a devoted audience: Her songs have been streamed nearly 1.7 billion times since 2015, according to Nielsen Music. Ms. Uchis and another young singer, Charli XCX, have each racked up more than 200 million U.S. audio streams over the same period.
This is probably what introduced Lana Del Rey to millions of Americans who would otherwise not have heard of her:



ComeBakken To The Bakken -- This Speaks Volumes About Two US Shale Plays -- July 2, 2018

Regular readers know my thesis regarding the Permian vs the Bakken.

Now this. Back to the Bakken. COP. BR.

Screenshot from SeekingAlpha:


Wow.

You bet your sweet bippy they will be coming back to the Bakken. DAPL-Bakken getting LLS prices.

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The Library Page

My two books of "consequence" to be read this week (or in two weeks, if necessary):
  • The Quiet American, Graham Greene, c. 1992 (it looks like a one-nighter)
  • The Vertigo Years: Europe, 1900 - 1914, Philipp Blom, c. 2008 (if I had to name the most consequential decade I think I know least about, it would be this "decade") 

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Highly Recommended

On Power, Gene Simmons (of "KISS" fame), c. 2017.

I am thinking of buying five copies of this book; about $12 each at Amazon as gifts; one for my son-in-law, of course. One for me. Hey, my birthday is coming up. State sales tax; free shipping. At the local store, $16 before sales tax. No-brainer.

This is a small -- very small book -- both footprint and thickness. It's footprint is about the size of a postcard, maybe 3" by 6." It is slightly thicker than an iPhone, perhaps.

It can probably be read in one afternoon on the beach.

But it's awesome. And if you are a Gene Simmons fan, it's a must-have.

Simmons says the classical power pantheon holds three figures: Niccolo Machiavelli; Napoleon Bonaparte; and, Winston Churchill.

His list of  modern power players:
  • Oprah Winfrey, the queen
  • Donald Trump, the deal-maker
  • Elon Musk, the thrill-seeker
  • Dave Grohl, the rock star
  • Michael Jordan, the legend
  • Stan Lee, the creator
  • Warren Buffett, the soothsayer
  • Frank Underwood, the manipulator
Okay, one of those eight was not on Gene Simmons' list of seven. I'll leave it up to the reader to guess which one is not on the list.

For Wednesday,



Auto-Correct -- Not For The Faint-Hearted -- Juy 2, 2018

This is so incredibly cool. Our middle granddaughter, the artist, has moved into sculpting. I kid you not. Here are the photos. She and her older sister are visiting grandparents in Kentucky. Uncle Bill is teaching them to weld.

The photos / messages were first texted; I converted them to e-mail to get the photos. Seamless on Apple.

When first texted, auto-correct said Uncle Bill was "wedding." Our adult daughter was shocked! Uncle Bill. Getting married. Again. What happened? What's the story? Yes, I know it's Kentucky, but ...

.. and then the photos. Not "wedding."

Welding.




Last year, Papa Bob taught the granddaughters how to make stained-glass.

Apple Brittle -- July 2, 2018

Disclaimer: this is not an investment site. Do not make any investment, financial, job, relationship, or travel decisions based on anything you read here or think you may have read here.

I recently posted a note titled, "Apple Brittle." I stand by the story, so I really, really appreciate the story below. 

From MarketWatch: why AAPL is still a good buy at $200/share.
My wife and I gave our first son an Apple II computer for his ninth birthday. When he opened the box, I took the instructions and he took the computer. He had it up and running before I finished reading the instructions.
Legendary mutual fund manager Peter Lynch said that some of his biggest winners came from going to a mall with his daughters, giving them some money, and seeing where they spent it. He argued that, “ If you like the store, chances are you’ll love the stock.” His shopping strategy might be justified by the argument that new stores fly under Wall Street’s radar. 
How interesting.

I bought an Apple II computer, also. I blogged about this a long, long time ago. We were in Germany at the time. I came home with the Apple II. I placed our two young daughters on either side of me and showed them how the computer worked. They, too, learned how to use it immediately. I don't recall any instructions. If I remember correctly, one turned on the computer, watched it boot up, and then began "using" it.

In fact, if I remember correctly, the instructions came on a single 3" by 6" glossy card with three graphics:
  • how to attach the power cord to the computer
  • how to plug the power cord into the wall outlet (we had 220 V in Germany; worked fine)
  • where to find the on/off switch on the computer
They still both use Apple products ... and lots of them ... laptops, tablets, iPods, iPhones, AppleWatches. And the products still don't come with instructions.

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Edmund de Waal's Four White Hills

The hills:
  • Mount Kao-Ling (Jingdezhen,  China)
  • Meissen (Dresden, Germany)
  • Tregonning Hill (Cornwall, England)
  • Ayoree Mountains (Carolinas, Georgia, USA)
From SmokeyMountainNews:
An excellent account of Wedgwood’s interest in and use of the clay is provided by Bill Anderson — a retired Western Carolina University historian — in an article titled “Cherokee Clay, from Duche to Wedgewood: The Journal of Thomas Griffiths, 1767-1768.”
Published in “The North Carolina Historical Review” (1976), Anderson relates that Andrew Duche — a Philadelphia Quaker who had established himself in Savannah in 1737 — was the first potter in the English-speaking world to make porcelain, and that “Moreover, he was making it from clay secured from the Cherokee Indians.”
From this source and others, Wedgwood became aware of superior kaolin deposits in the “Ayoree Mountains” deep in the Cherokee back country. The Cherokee may have used the clay — which they called “unaker” (for white) — to some extent in their own pottery, but were more interested in mining mica as a ritual and trade item.
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Starbucks Play Place

You know McDonald's is in trouble when families start using Starbucks for play dates for their pre-school children.

I cannot make this up. This is a fairly typical Starbucks, maybe a bit more space than many, but it has now been taken over by three families, grandmothers (or aunts), parents, and their pre-school children.

They are locals, not travelers just passing through. It started about two weeks ago when the grandmothers (aunts?) first started coming here. I guess they liked it so much, they now bring their adult children and their grandchildren.

Watch for a splash pool outside your local Starbucks any time now.

It looks like it's time for me to mosey on over to McDonald's where it will be a whole quieter. LOL.

So Much BS -- July 2, 2018 -- Iran Near The Tipping Point

Let's see: 41 cents / $74.15 = 0.553%. Quite a slide.




And then on top of all that, Libya stops pumping oil! OMG. And the crude oil market doesn't even move on that news.

As I've said before, only three producers matter: Saudi Arabia, Russia, and the US. Period. Dot.

Others don't agree. From May 3, 2018:
Meme: Libya is the "new" swing producer. LOL.
One conservative estimate of the effect of this chaos [in Libya] on oil production is for a 200,000-bpd decline. This is an amount substantial enough to push prices higher, especially now that global supply is tightening thanks to OPEC’s efforts, but mostly on the back of Venezuela’s strife.
Comment: seriously? This amount is substantial enough ... seriously? North Dakota alone could see a production increase of 200,000 bopd as early as this summer.
By the way, did you notice that "breaking news" item: "Iran invites private companies to export crude."

Wanna know why that won't happen? Even Lloyds of London won't ensure tankers against which the US has sanctions. This is not rocket science, but it's clear that Iran is near the tipping point. It costs a lot to:
  • maintain / develop a nuclear weapons program
  • maintain a conventional army
  • buy modern weaponry to compete with Saudi Arabia (is Iraq even in the picture any more?)
  • invest in air defense against Israel
  • placate the 100,000s of Iranians now demonstrating for freedom from the "I-a-told-you-so's"  
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Video of the Day

Sent to me by a reader. Best part of the video. We still see Mr Krauthammer.


The Dollar Rally -- July 1, 2018

From Baystreet, on Friday, ahead of the data:
For the second day in a row, the Canadian dollar is starting the day on a positive note.
What a difference a few days makes. USD/CAD soared to 1.3385 (74.7 US cents) after the text of Bank of Canada (BoC)Governor Stephen Poloz’s speech from Victoria, B.C. was released on Wednesday afternoon.

Economists and analysts were not in total agreement as to whether the speech and ensuing press conference were hawkish or dovish on the outlook for Canadian interest rates. Many mocked the governor for giving a speech on transparency which in reality wasn’t transparent at all.

To be fair, Poloz stressed that the BoC cannot make policy on headlines but must rely on data. To that end, the BoC will get a couple of key data points this morning. First April gross domestic product data will be released. The market expects a flat result (0.0%) compared to the 0.3% gain in March. The Raw Materials Price Index (forecast 1.2% vs April 0.7%)) and Industrial Product Prices (forecast 0.9% vs April 0.5%) are also due. If this data surprises to the upside, the Canadian dollar will soar. 
I'm not going to try to find that Canadian data, but this was the close for the Canadian dollar on Friday:
  • 1:31 to 1
  • or 76 cents (US) vs 75 cents the day before
I guess that soared by currency standards. A couple days ago you could have bought a Canadian dollar for 74.7 cents. Now you will have to dig a bit deeper to find 76 cents to buy a Canadian dollar.

Disclaimer: I understand absolutely nothing about currency trading. And my comments may be completely incorrect. If this is important to you, a) go to the source; and/or b) call George Soros. 

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The Geico Page

"Cut It Out." Where did that come from? Connect the dots to The Big Bang Theory.

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Costa Rica

Daughter and son-in-law recently in Costa Rica for a business meeting. Seriously.

For those who remember, Jurassic Park was filmed in Costa Rica.

Look carefully.


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Porcelain 

I continue to read Edmund de Waal's The White Road, c. 2015. I think I've been reading bits and pieces of this book for over a year now. I can't recommend it. But I love it. Brilliant. The writer packed more information than I ever imagined when I first started reading. it. It appears he simply took his journal notes and transcribed them with minimal editing and published the book. Clever. Poetic prose. Virginia Woolf did the same thing but de Waal took it to a new level, though Woolf was more sublime. Sublime. I love that word.

de Waal set out on a journey to visit the "three cities of porcelain." The granddaddy of them all, of course, Jingdezhen (China). Then centuries later, Dresden. Then Plymouth, Cornwall, England (p. 282).

Years ago, ....

.... holy mackeral ... pardon the interruption ... with apologies to Michelangelo and David, I once heard a [heterosexual] woman say that the female form is more interesting to watch / observe than the male. I looked up from where I was blogging here in Starbucks -- a most shapely, beautiful, statuesque 30-something ... but I need to move on ... where was I?

Oh, yes, Plymouth, Cornwall.

Years ago, while stationed in England I became fascinated with Wedgwood. My wife always dreamed of an entire set of Wedgwood. The dollar was very, very weak at the time; the set was very expensive. We still have it.

Sophia has a miniature Wedgwood Peter Rabbit tea set. It's out every day and she serves us tea every afternoon when she gets home from TutorTime.

So, where did Wedgwood get its clay? What made Wedgwood famous. This is simply incredible, how the dots connect.

Fort Prince Edward: the oldest fort in America? Again, from wiki:
Fort Prince George was constructed in 1753 in northwest South Carolina, on the Cherokee Path. It was named for the Prince of Wales, who would later become King George III of the United Kingdom. It was the principal Carolinian trading post among the Cherokee "Lower Towns".
The white earth of the Cherokees, unaker.

Chas' Town Bay. We lived just north of Charleston for a couple of years and never even knew of this story. Amazing.

Enough.

Two links that will sort this out:

New Wells Reporting 3Q18

Sunday, September 30, 2018: 137 wells for the month; 190 wells for the quarter
  • 34169, SI/NC, Hess, SC-Hoving-154-98-1003H-4, Truax, no production data, 
  • 33114, conf, CLR, Bailey 11-24H2, Pershing, a nice well;
  • 30284, 2,150, Newfield, Orvis State 150-99-21-16-3H, South Tobacco Garden, 62 stages; 7.2 million lbs; a 50K well; t7/18; cum 48K over 30 days;
Saturday, September 29, 2018: 134 wells for the month; 187 wells for the quarter
  • 34168, SI/NC, Hess, SC-Hoving-154-98-1003H-3, Truax, no production data, 
  • 32128, 1,593, CLR, Burr Federal 3-26H, Sanish, 62 stages; 9.9 million lbs, t6/18; cum 80K 7/18;
  • 30283, 3,240, Newfield, Orvis State 150-99-21-16-4H, South Tobacco Garden, a huge well; a 50K well; t7/18; cum 48K over 29 days;
  • 28340, 459, Oasis, Hanover Federal 5300 41-11 10B, Willow Creek, 50 stages, 9.9 million lbs, t3/18; cum 68K 7/18;
  • 28309, 797, Oasis, Hanover Federal 5300 42-11 9T, Willow Creek, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t41/18; cum 88K 7/18;
Friday, September 28, 2018: 129 wells for the month; 182 wells for the quarter
  • 34167, SI/NC, Hess, SC-Hoving-154-98-1003H-2, Truax, no production data, 
  • 34609, 1,985, Newfield, Orvis State 150-99-21-16-5H, South Tobacco Garden, 62 stages; 7.2 million bbls, t7/18; cum 46K one month;
Thursday, September 27, 2018: 127 wells for the month; 180 wells for the quarter
  • 34288, 1,126, Kraken Operating, Stevenson 31-30 4H, Oliver, 60 stages, 15.67 million lbs, t4/18; cum 81K 7/18;
  • 34287, 1,074, Kraken Operating, Stevenson 31-30 3TFH, 60 stages; 15.7 million lbs, Oliver, t4/18; cum 76K 7/18;
  • 34286, 1,108, Kraken Operating, Stevenson 31-30 2H, Oliver, 60 stages, 15.7 million lbs, t4/18; cum 80K 7/18;
  • 33579, 2,072, CLR Mountain Gap 11-10H1, Rattlesnake Point, 64 stages, 15.3 million lbs, t6/18; cum 71K 7/18;
  • 30827, 1,740, WPX, Behr 19-18HT, Reunion Bay, 41 stages, 6.1 million lbs, t7/18; cum 34K after 31 days;
  • 29690, drl, Hess, SC-Bingeman-154-98-0904H-6, Truax, no production data,
Wednesday, September 26, 2018: 121 wells for the month; 174 wells for the quarter
  • 33113, 1,563, CLR, Bailey 12-24H, Pershing, 65 stages; 15.8 million lbs, t6/18; cum 10K in about 14 days;
  • 32129, 832, CLR, Burr Federal 7-26H1, Sanish, 62 stages, 9.9 million lbs, gas averaged 2,442 units in the lateral, ranging from 2 units to 6,834 units, t8/18; cum --;
  • 31502, 1,127, CLR, Juneau 10-2H, Brooklyn, Three Forks 1 according to the stimulation sundry form (error -- the geologist report says it was a middle Bakken, and the legal name suggests a middle Bakken), in the target zone only 87% of the total 9,561 feet lateral, 19 total days of drilling, 50 stages; 5.7 million lbs, t4/18; cum 60K 7/18;
Tuesday, September 25, 2018: 118 wells for the month; 171 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Monday, September 24, 2018: 118 wells for the month; 171 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Sunday, September 23, 2018: 118 wells for the month; 171 wells for the quarter
  • 34618, 1,370, Hess, EN-Sorenson A-154-94-0211H-7, Alkali Creek, TD = 21,051 feet; spud date, April 18; cease drilling, April 26, 2018 -- nine day; base of last salt, Rival, Lodgepole, upper Bakken shale, middle Bakken, gas values very low average but did register a maximum of 6,703 units; the single lateral tracked in good targeted source area for 100% of the lateral, wellbore 4 - 5 feet target; t8/18; cum --
  • 24520, 1,458, Slawson, Gabriel 4-36-35H, North Tobacco Garden, 44 stages; 8.6 million lbs, t7/18; cum 28K 8/18;
Saturday, September 22, 2018: 116 wells for the month; 169 wells for the quarter
  • 34617, 1,993, Hess, EN-Sorenson B-LE-155-94-3526H-1, Alkali Creek, 60 stages; 130,109 lbs (from the sundry form -- must be a typo; FracFocus shows 5.5 million gallonw of water, 84% water by mass), t8/18; cum --
  • 34360, 4,491, XTO, Bobcat Federal 11X-2A-S, Bear Creek, Three Forks B1, 45 stages; 8.1 million lbs, t6/18; cum 65K 7/18;
  • 28308, 1,185, Oasis, Hanover Federal5300 42-11 8B, Willow Creek, 50 stages; 9.9 million lbs, t3/18; cum 98K 7/18;
Friday, September 22, 2018: 113 wells for the month; 166 wells for the quarter
  • 34616, 1,612, Hess, EN-Sorenson A-LE-154-94-0211H-1, Alkali Creek, 4 sections, Three Forks, 60 stages, 8.3 million lbs, t8/18; cum --; 
  • 34560, SI/NC, Abraxas, Ravin 12H, North Fork, no production data,
Thursday, September 20, 2018: 111 wells for the month; 164 wells for the quarter
  • 34359, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 11X-2A-S, Bear Creek, no production data, 
  • 31773, SI/NC, BR, Ivan 6-1-29UTFH, Elidah, no production data,
Wednesday, September 19, 2018: 109 wells for the month; 162 wells for the quarter
  • 34561, SI/NC, Abraxas, Ravin 11H, North Fork, no production data, 
  • 34459, drl, Eagle Operating, Miller 2-29, Wildcat, no production data,
  • 31772, SI/NC, BR, Ivan 7-1-29MBH, Elidah,  no production data, 
  • 29711, 1,625, CLR, Cuskelly 4-7H1, Rattlesnake Point, 62 stages; 12.2 million lbs, a nice well; the Cuskelly wells are tracked here; t6/18; cum 43K after 43 days;
Tuesday, September 18, 2018: 105 wells for the month; 158 wells for the quarter
  • 34562, SI/NC, Abraxas, Ravin 10H, North Fork, no production data, 
  • 34559, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 11X-2F2-S, Bear Creek, no production data,
  • 33739, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Federal B-151-95-2122H-6, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 31771, SI/NC, BR, Sanvan 8-1-29UTFH-ULW, Elidah, no production data,
Monday, September 17, 2018: 101 wells for the month; 154 wells for the quarter
  • 34358, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35EXH, Bear Creek, no production data, 
  • 34245, 2,535, WPX, Otter Woman 35-36HU, Mandaree, 51 stages; 8.5 million lbs, t8/18; cum --
  • 33738, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Federal B-151-95-2122H-7, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 32130, 895 CRL, Burr Federal 4-26H, Sanish, 62 stages; 9.9 million lbs, a nice well, t6/18; cum 40K 7/18;
Sunday, September 16, 2018: 97 wells for the month; 150 wells for the quarter
  • 34563, SI/NC, Abraxas, Ravin 9H, North Fork, no production data,
  • 33737, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Federal B-151-95-2122H-7, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 33561, 1,861, CLR, Mountain Gap 12-10H, Rattlesnake Point, a huge well, 64 stages; 15.3 million lbs, t6/18; cum 57K 7/18; Mountain Gap wells are tracked here;
  • 32962, 827, Oasis, Ceynar 5198 12-5 7T, Banks, a huge well, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t3/18; cum 92K 7/18;
Saturday, September 15, 2018: 93 wells for the month; 146 wells for the quarter
  • 34357, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35AXB, Bear Creek, no production data,
  • 34246, 2,913, WPX, Otter Woman 35-36HG, Mandaree, a nice well, 51 stages; 8.5 million lbs; t7/18; cum 11K 7/18;
  • 33736, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Federal B-151-95-2122H-9, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 31516, IA/320, CLR, Lansing 5-25H1, Banks, producing, 4 stages; 488K lbs, t3/18; cum --; a liner failure before stage 5; will repair and finish stim at a later date;
Friday, September 14, 2018: 89 wells for the month; 142 wells for the quarter
  • 34146, SI/NC, BR, Sanvan 1A-MBH-ULW, Elidah, no production data,
  • 33735, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Federal B-151-95-2122H-10, Blue Buttes, no production data,
Thursday, September 13 2018: 87 wells for the month; 140 wells for the quarter
  • 34356, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35A, Bear Creek, no production data,
  • 34247, 3,463, WPX, Otter Woman 34-27HEL, Mandaree, 51 stages; 8.6 million lbs, t7/18; cum 4K 7/18 (full month)
  • 32964, 978, Oasis, Ceynar 5198 12-5 5T, Banks, a huge well, 50 stages; 4.1 million lbs; t3/18; cum 104K in less than four months; now off line;
Wednesday, September 12, 2018: 84 wells for the month; 137 wells for the quarter

Tuesday, September 11, 2018: 84 wells for the month; 137 wells for the quarter
  • 34545, 3,425, MRO, Hartvig 14-8TFH, Killdeer, 45 stages; 6.4 million lbs, t8/18; cum -- 
  • 34072, SI/NC, Petro-Hunt, JL Moberg 153-95-18C-20-1HS, Charlson, no production data,
  • 34355, SI/NC, XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35E2, Bear Creek, no production data,
  • 33847, 2,462, WPX, Otter Woman 34-27HP, Mandaree, Three Forks, 51 stages; 8.5 million lbs, t8/18; cum -- 
  • 33123, 2,904,  CLR, Mountain Gap 10-10H, Rattlesnake Point, 63 stages; 15 million lbs, a huge, huge well; Mountain Gap wells are tracked here: t6/18; cum 127K 7/18;
Monday, September 10, 2018: 79 wells for the month; 133 wells for the quarter

  • 34632, 3,395, MRO, Lars 14-8H, Killdeer, 4 sections, 45 stages; 8.6 million lbs, t8/18; cum --
  • 33521, 1,210, Enerplus, Vinson 148-95-12D-01H-TF, Eagle Nest, 39 stages; 9 million lbs, t3/18; cum 65K 7/18;
Sunday, September 9, 2018: 77 wells for the month; 131 wells for the quarter

  • 33846, 3,642, WPX, Otter Woman 34-27HG, Mandaree, 51 stages; 8.6 million lbs, t8/18; cum -- 
  • 32132, 1,104, CLR, Burr Federal 5-26H, Sanish, two sections, t7/18; cum 11K 8/18; constrained; no frack data; not fracked yet? FracFocus shows a one-day frack (7/29/2018)
Saturday, September 8, 2018: 75 wells for the month; 129 wells for the quarter

  • 33522, 289, Enerplus, Evans 148-95-12D-01H, Eagle Nest,, 40 stages; 9.6 million lbs; t3/18; 72K 7/18;
  • 33520, 315, Enerplus, Blanc 148-95-12D-01H, Eagle Nest, 36 stages; 8.5 million lbs, t3/18; cum 99K 7/18;
  • 32963, 867, Oasis, Ceynar 5198 12-5 6B, Banks, 50 stages; 9.9 million lbs, t3/18; cum 141K 7/18;
Friday, September 7, 2018: 72 wells for the month; 126 wells for the quarter

  • 34042, 1,167, Kraken Operating, Sidney Josephine 32-29 1H, Burg, 60 stages; 20.4 million lbs, t3/18; cum 82K 7/18;
  • 34041, 1,313, Kraken Operating, Jenna Mary 33-28 1TFH, Burg, 60 stages; 30.5 million lbs, t3/18; cum 103K 7/18;
  • 33925, SI/NC, MRO, Wendell USA 31-30H, Reunion Bay, no production data,
Thursday, September 6, 2018: 69 wells for the month; 123 wells for the quarter

  • 33924, SI/NC, MRO, Skadeland USA 31-30TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data,
Wednesday, September 5, 2018: 68 wells for the month; 122 wells for the quarter

  • 34232, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Lloyd 3-27-34-157-100W MBH, Marmon, no production data
Tuesday, September 4, 2018: 69 wells for the month; 123 wells for the quarter
  • 33923, SI/NC, MRO, Maleckar USA 31-30H, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 33122, 955,  CLR, Mountain Gap 9-10H2, Rattlesnake Point, some production; t6/18; cum 16K 7/18;
Monday, September 3, 2018: 67 wells for the month; 121 wells for the quarter
  • 34597, SI/NC, MRO, Sheldon USA 21-30TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 32529, drl, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4A-9-8H, Charlson, no production data, 
  • 30522, 804, CLR, Burr Federal 15-26H1, Sanish, 4 sections, t6/18; cum 21K 7/18;
  • 29710, IA, CLR, Thorvald 3-6H, Rattlesnake Point, four sections, some production, the Thorvald wells are tracked here;
Sunday, September 2, 2018: 63 wells for the month; 117 wells for the quarter
Saturday, August 1, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 116 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Friday, August 31, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 116 wells for the quarter
  • None (there was no February 31)
Thursday, August 30, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 116 wells for the quarter
  • None (there was no February 30)
Wednesday, August 29, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 116 wells for the quarter
  • None (there was no February 29)
Tuesday, August 28, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 116 wells for the quarter
  • 34233, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Elena 3-22-15-157N-100W MBH, Marmon, no production data, 
  • 33926, SI/NC, MRO, Cantrill USA 11-29TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 33229, 1,085, CLR, Vardon 5-14H1, Siverston, Three Forks, 61 stages; 20 million lbs, a huge well; 80K in less than four months; t3/18; cum 89K 6/18;

Monday, August 27, 2018: 59 wells for the month; 113 wells for the quarter
  • 33927, SI/NC, MRO, Zelda USA 11-29H, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 33121, 2,972, CLR, Mountain Gap 8-10H1, Rattlesnake Point, Three Forks 1; 37 stages; 15 million lbs; 70K in one month; the Mountain Gap wells are tracked here; t5/18; cum 97K 6/18;
  • 30523, 1,332, CLR, Burr Federal 16-26H, Sanish, 64 stages; 15 million lbs; t6/18; cum 16K after 12 days;
Sunday, August 26, 2018: 56 wells for the month; 110 wells for the quarter
  • 33928, SI/NC, MRO, Honaker USA 41-30TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 27881, 3,105, CLR, Jersey 19-6H1, Alkali Creek, Three Forks 1, 74 stages; 13.3 million lbs, t6/18; cum 36K 6/18;
Saturday, August 25, 2018: 54 wells for the month; 108 wells for the quarter
  • 33120, 3,510, CLR, Mountain Gap 7-10H, Rattlesnake Point, 37 stages; 15 million lbs, huge well; 84K in one month; the Mountain Gap wells are tracked here; t5/18; cum 125K in two months;
  • 24621, SI/NC, MRO, Bobby Lee USA 41-30H, Reunion Bay, no production data,
Friday, August 24, 2018: 52 wells for the month; 106 wells for the quarter
  • 30524, conf, CLR, Burr Federal 23-26H2, Sanish, fracked 10/23/17 - 10/23/17 -- problem? only one day frack; 7.8 million gallons of water; 88% water;
Thursday, August 23, 2018: 51 wells for the month; 105 wells for the quarter
  • 34231, drl, CPEUSC, CPEUSC Elena 8-22-15-157N-100W TFH, Marmon,
  • 33230, 1,966, CLR, Vardon 4-14H, Siverston, 61 stages; 20 million lbs, t3/18; cum 132K 6/18;
  • 24620, SI/NC, MRO, Coburn USA 41-30TFH, Reunion Bay,
Wednesday, August 22, 2018: 48 wells for the month; 102 wells for the quarter
None.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018: 48 wells for the month; 102 wells for the quarter
  • 33364, 1,299, Whiting, Lindy 34-10-1TFH, East Fork, 36 stages; 10.4 million lbs, almost 300,000 lbs/stage, t3/18; cum 70K 6/18;
  • 30277, SI/NC, WPX,Joseph Eagle 19-18HZ, Mandaree, huge well, said to be SI/NC, but produced 75K in less than two months -- see this post; frac data not available at NDIC; FracFocus: 4/25/18 - 5/4/18; 5.7 million gallons of water (a small frack by today's standards in the Bakken); 88% water; 11% proppants; very small amount by today's standards;
Monday, August 20, 2018: 46 wells for the month; 100 wells for the quarter
  • 34230, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Lloyd 8-27-34-157N-100W TFH, no production data,
  • 34073, SI/NC, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-18C-3H,  no production data,
Sunday, August 19, 2018: 44 wells for the month; 98 wells for the quarter
  • 30525, conf, CLR, Burr Federal 17-26H, Sanish, a very nice well, 71K in 2 months; Burr Federal wells are tracked here;
  • 30278, SI/NC -- but producing huge amounts of oil, WPX, Joseph Eagle 19-18D, Mandaree, a huge well; 76K in less than 2 months;
Saturday, August 18, 2018: 42 wells for the month; 96 wells for the quarter
  • 34229, drl, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Elena 4-22-15-157N-100W, Marmon, no production data, 
  • 34228, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Lloyd 4-27-34-157N-100W, Marmon, no production data,
  • 33365, 1,046, Whiting, Lindy 34-10-1H, East Fork, t3/18; cum 91K 6/18; a very nice well; almost 90K in four months;
Friday, August 17, 2018: 39 wells for the month; 93 wells for the quarter
  • 32231, 2,706, WPX, Elm 19-18HQ, Mandaree, 4 sections, Three Forks, 41 stages; 6.1 million lbs, a nice well; 44K in less than 2 months; t6/18; cum 45K 6/18;
Thursday, August 16, 2018: 38 wells for the month; 92 wells for the quarter
  • 33291, 1,395, Enerplus, Ft Berthold 150-94-32C-29H, Spotted Horn, a very nice well; t2/18; cum 104K; over 100K in exactly four months; only 40 stages; only 7.99 million lbs of small sand; but it works out to 200,000 lbs/stage -- at the upper end for the Bakken;
  • 33135, 1,591, Enerplus, Mandaree 150-94-32C-29H TF, Spotted Horn, a very nice well, another 100K+ well in less than six months; t2/18; cum 108K 6/18; 108K in just over four months; only 41 stages; only 8.2 million lbs sand (all small sand); but it works out to 200,000 lbs/stage -- at the upper end for the Bakken; CLR often uses about 167,000 lbs/stage;
Wednesday, August 15, 2018: 36 wells for the month; 90 wells for the quarter
  • 30526, 1,016, CLR, Burr Federal 19-26H, Sanish, 4 sections, Three Forks 1, 63 stages; 15 million lbs, a nice well; t6/18; cum 40K after 38 days; Burr Federal wells are tracked here;
Tuesday, August 14, 2018: 35 wells for the month; 89 wells for the quarter
  • 34054, SI/NC,  BR, Rink 6-1-5 MBH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 33231, 1,856, CLR, Vardon 3-14H2, Siverston, Three Forks, 62 stages; 14.8 million lbs, another huge Vardon well; the Vardon wells are tracked here; t3/18; cum 120K
Monday, August 13, 2018: 33 wells for the month; 87 wells for the quarter
  • None
Sunday, August 12, 2018: 33 wells for the month; 87 wells for the quarter
  • 33977, SI/NC, BR, Kermit 5-8-32 UTFH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 30527, 1,457, CLR, Burr Federal 19-26H, Sanish, 64 stages; 15 million lbs, huge well; 41K in second full month, t4/18; cum 109K 6/18;
Saturday, August 11, 2018: 31 wells for the month; 85 wells for the quarter
  • 33978, SI/NC, BR, Rink 5-1-5 UTFH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 32947, 408, Oasis, Ceynar 5198 11-5 3TX, Banks, Three Forks 1st, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, very nice well; t2/18; cum 82K 6/18;
  • 32946, 678, Oasis, Ceynar 5198 11-5 2BX, Banks, middle Bakken, 50 stages, 10 million lbs, very nice well; 27K if second full month; t2/18; cum 115K 6/18;
Friday, August 10, 2018: 28 wells for the month; 82 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Thursday, August 9, 2018: 28 wells for the month; 82 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Wednesday, August 8, 2018: 28 wells for the month; 82 wells for the quarter
  • 33979, SI/NC, BR, Kermit 4-8-32 MBH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 34329, 2,203, Newfield, Sorenson Federal 153-96-4-9-1H, Sand Creek, 62 stages; 9.9 million lbs, very nice well; 40K in first full month; the Newfield Sorenson Federal wells are tracked here; t4/18; cu 65K 6/18;
  • 33389, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Paopao 6-35-26-158N-100W TFH, Dublin, no production data,
  • 28819, 761, Nine Point Energy, Simpson 151-102-5-8-3H, Elk, 50 stages; 9.9 million lbs, t2/18; cum 66K 6/18;
Tuesday, August 7, 2018: 28 wells for the month; 82 wells for the quarter

Monday, August 6, 2018: 26 wells for the month; 80 wells for the quarter
  • 33932, SI/NC, BR, Three Rivers 1B MBH, Charlson, no production data, 
  • 33711, 403, Kraken Operating, Washburne 22-15 2TFH, Oliver, t3/18; cum 57K 6/18;
  • 33710, 1,154, Kraken Operating, Washburne 22-15 3H, Oliver, t2/18; cum 90K 6/18;
  • 33709, 733, Kraken Operating, Washburne 22-15 4TFH, Oliver, t2/18; cum 73K 6/18;
  • 33708, 1,260, Kraken Operating, Washburne 22-15 5H, Oliver, t2/18; cum 93K 6/18;
  • 33707, 953, Kraken Operating, Washburne 22-15 6TFH, Oliver, 9.8 million gallons of water; 78% water; 15.6% sand;  t2/18; cum 79K 6/18;
  • 33706, 1,715, Kraken Operating, Washburne-Hodenfield LE 22-15 1H, Oliver, 9.8 million gallons of water; 78% water; 16% sand; t2/18; cum 118K 6/18;
  • 30529, 1,485, CLR, Burr Federal 20-26H, 62 stages; 14.9 lbs proppant; 13.3 million gallons of water; 88% water, Sanish, t5/18; cum 65K 6/18;
  • 30528, 935, CLR, Burr Federal 24-26H2, Sanish, 63 stages; 8.1 million lbs proppant, 9.9 million gallons of water, 90% water, t3/18; cum 72K 6/18;
Sunday, August 5, 2018: 17 wells for the month; 80 wells for the quarter
  • 33397, SI/NC, WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23HA, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 33387, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Paopao 3-35-26-158N-100W, Dublin, no production data,
Saturday, August 4, 2018: 15 wells for the month; 78 wells for the quarter
  • 34056, SI/NC, BR, Kermit 7-8-32UTFH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 34055, SI/NC, BR, Rink 7-1-5UTFH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 33396, SI/NC WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23HW, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 24235, SI/NC, Enerplus, Cheetah 149-93-30A-31H, Mandaree, no production data,
Friday, August 3, 2018: 11 wells for the month; 74 wells for the quarter
  • 34057, drl, BR, Rink 8-1-5MBH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 33931, SI/NC, BR, Three Sons 1A TFH-ULW, BR, Charlson,
  • 33395, SI/NC, WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23HB, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 33388, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energ, CPEUSC Paopao 7-35-26-158N-100W MBH, Dublin, no production data,
Thursday, August 2, 2018: 7 wells for the month; 70 wells for the quarter
  • 34058, SI/NC, BR, Kermit 8-8-32MBH, Pershing, no production data,
  • 33117, conf, CLR, Bailey 8-24H, Pershing, 36K first full month; fracked 1/12/18 -3/20/18; lots of sand: 16.5 million gallons of water; 89% water;
  • 24234, SI/NC, Enerplus, Hyena 149-93-30A-31H-TF, Mandaree, FracFocus, has not been fracked; no production data,
Wednesday, August 1, 2018: 4 wells for the month; 67 wells for the quarter
  • 34484, SI/NC, MRO, Yellowface USA 13-23H, Reunion Bay, FracFocus -- has not yet been fracked, no production data, (#19446)
  • 34059, SI/NC, BR, Rinkurtis 8-1-5UTFH-ULW, North Fork, FracFocus -- has not yet been fracked, no production data,
  • 33394, 2,783, WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23C, Reunion Bay, t8/18; cum 133K 11/18;
  • 33386, 239, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Paopao 4-35--26-158N-100W, Dublin, t8/1; cum 63K 11/18;
Tuesday, July 31, 2018: 63 wells for the month; 63 wells for the quarter
  • 34024, 906, NP Resources, Gracie State 142-100-21-16-2H, Tree Top, Three Forks, 35 stages; 4.4 million lbs, t2/18; cum 65K 5/18;
  • 33366, 2,940, WPX Energy, Hidatsa North 14-23HZ, Reunion Bay, t8/18; cum 122K 11/18;
  • 31519, 1,535, CLR, Lansing 9-25H,Banks, 54 stages; 8.9 million lbs, t3/18; cum 93K 5/18;
Monday, July 30, 2018: 61 wells for the month; 61 wells for the quarte
  • 34429, SI/NC, MRO, Otis 11-28TFH, Bailey, no production data,
  • 33393, 3,242, WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23HD, Reunion Bay, t9/18; cum 164K 11/18;
Sunday, July 29, 2018: 59 wells for the month; 59 wells for the quarter
  • 34428, SI/NC, MRO, Klaus 11-28H, Bailey, no production data,
  • 33645, 1,874, WPX, Hidatsa North 14-23HUL, Reunion Bay, t9/18; cum 83K 11/18;
Saturday, July 28, 2018: 57 wells for the month; 57 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Friday, July 27, 2018: 57 wells for the month; 57 wells for the quarter
  • 33955, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Bennnie 7-20-17-157N-99W TFH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 14K over 30 days;
  • 24519, 1,358,  Slawson, Gabriel 5-36-25TFH, North Tobacco Garden, t7/18; cum 82K 11/18;
Thursday, July 26, 2018: 57 wells for the month; 57 wells for the quarter
  • 31953, 1,072, Hess, EN-Vachal-155-93-0532H-6, Alger, t6/18; cum 52K 11/18;
  • 31518, 1,538, CLR, Lansing 8-25H1, Banks, a very nice well; this was a DUC; now back on conf; the CLR Lansing wells are tracked here; t3/18; cum 84K 5/18;
  • 23556, SI/NC, Slawson, Gabriel 1-36-25H, North Tobacco Garden, no production data,
Wednesday, July 25, 2018: 54 wells for the month; 54 wells for the quarter
  • 34290, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Walker 31X-36G, Heart Butte, no production data, 
  • 33956, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC David 8-29-32-157N-99W TFH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 9K over 30 days;
  • 33712, 861,  Liberty Resources, Storsul C 158-93-8-5-3MBH, East Tioga, t2/18; cum 62K 5/18;
  • 31954, 1,475, Hess, EN-Vachal-155-93-0532H-7, Alger, t6/18; cum 125K 11/18;
Tuesday, July 24, 2018: 50 wells for the month; 50 wells for the quarter
  • 31955, 1,118, Hess, EN-Vachal-155-93-0532H-8, Alger, t6/18; cum --
  • 24518, 2,449, Slawson, Gabriel 6-36-25TFH, North Tobacco Garden, t7/18; cum 74K 11/18, (#32617, #21250, #24521 -- all three great wells)
Monday, July 23, 2018: 48 wells for the month; 48 wells for the quarter
  • 33999, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Walker 31X-36H, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 33998, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Walker 31X-36D, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 33957, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Bennie3-20-17-157N-99W MBH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 15K over 30 days;
  • 33343, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36B, Bear Den, no production data; Dakota Federal wells are tracked here;
  • 33193, 94 (no typo), Enerplus, Bear Den 150-94-32D-29H, Spotted Horn; producing, nice but not remarkable; t1/18; cum 98K 11/18;
  • 33192, 81 (no typo), Enerplus MHA 150-94-32D-29H-TF, Spotted Horn, producing; very, very nice; t1/18; cum 82K 5/18;
  • 33095, 701, CLR, Monroe 13-2H1, Banks, very, very nice well; the CLR Monroe wells are tracked here; t3/18; cum 141K 11/18;
  • 31956, 1,234, Hess, EN-Vachal-LW-155-93-0523H-9, Alger, t6/18; cum 85K 11/18;
Sunday, July 22, 2018: 40 wells for the month; 40 wells for the quarter
  • 34289, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Walker 31X-36HXE, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 33342, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36F, Bear Den, no production data,
  • 31957, 1,205, Hess, EN-Vachal-LW-155-93-0532H-1, Alger, t6/18; cum --
Saturday, July 21, 2018: 37 wells for the month; 37 wells for the quarter
  • 33958, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC David 4=29-32-157N-99W MBH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 21K over 30 days;
  • 33055, drl, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36A, Bear Den, no production data,
  • 31517, 2,572, CLR, Lansing 6-25H, Banks, 56 stages; 9.3 million lbs large/mesh; 20 million gallons water, huge well; 50K+ in one month; t3/18; cum 140K 5/18; the Lansing wells are tracked here;
Friday, July 20, 2018: 34 wells for the month; 34 wells for the quarter
  • 33959, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Bennie 8-20-17-157N-99W TFH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 15K after 29 days;
  • 33906, 842, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-9A-15-1HS, Charlson, t10/18; cum 16K after 16 days;
  • 33351, 2,624, CLR, Thronson 4-21H1, Alkali Creek, very high gas units, TD = 26,126 feet, 84 stages; 14.5 million lbs (about 175K/stage), a very nice well; t1/18; cum 146K 5/18;
  • 33350, 2,424, CLR, Thronson 5-21H, Alkali Creek, a very nice well, TD = 25,967 feet, 79 stages; 14.1 million lbs (about 180K/stage); t1/18; cum 106K 5/18;
  • 34347, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Walker 41X-36DA, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 33341, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36E, Bear Den, no production data,
  • 32806, 1,068, CLR, Oakdale 8-13H2, Jim Creek, producing, nice but not remarkable; t1/18; cum 67K 5/18;
Thursday, July 19, 2018: 27 wells for the month; 27 wells for the quarter
  • 33992, 1,792, Hess, BB-Burk-LE-151-95-1807H-9, Blue Buttes, t9/18; cum 67K 11/18;
  • 33680, 827, Liberty Resources, Rice 158-94-25-36-1MBH, East Tioga, t1/18; cum 104K 11/18;
  • 33041, 606, Oasis, Patsy 5198 12-17 10B, Siverston, t1/18; cum 117K 5/18;
  • 33096, 1,905, CLR, Monroe 12-2H1, Banks, t3/18; cum 46K 11/18; constrained production;
Wednesday, July 18, 2018: 23 wells for the month; 23 wells for the quarter
  • 33993, 1,424, Hess, BB-Burk-151-95-1807H-9, Blue Buttes, t9/18; cum 93K 11/18;
Tuesday, July 17, 2018: 22 wells for the month; 22 wells for the quarter
  • 33994, 1,633, Hess, BB-Burk-151-95-1807H-8, Blue Buttes, t9/18; cum 42K 11/18;
  • 33960, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, EPEUSC David 9-29-32-157N-99W TFH, Lone Tree Lake, no production data, produced 15K after 29 days;
  • 24050, SI/NC, Petro-Hunt, State 154-94-31C-32-6H, Charlson, no production data,
Monday, July 16, 2018: 19 wells for the month; 19 wells for the quarter
  • 33995, 2,363, Hess, BB-Burk-151-95-1807H-7, Blue Buttes, t9/18; cum 66K 11/18;
Sunday, July 15, 2018: 18 wells for the month; 18 wells for the quarter
  • 33996, 1,527, Hess, BB-Burk-151-95-1807H-6, Blue Buttes, t9/18; cum 74K 11/18;
  • 33961, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Bennie 4-20-17-157N-99W MBH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 20K after 29 dasy;
Saturday, July 14, 2018: 16 wells for the month; 16 wells for the quarter
  • 33048, 614, Oasis, Patsy 5198 14-17 12T, Siverston, 50 stages, 4 million lbs, mesh, large sand, medium sand, medium ceramic, t1/18; cum 124K 5/18;
Friday, July 13, 2018: 15 wells for the month; 15 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Thursday, July 12, 2018: 15 wells for the month; 15 wells for the quarter
  • 34069, 1,581, Hess, AN-Double Bar V-152-95-0106H-1, Antelope, Sanish, t5/18; cum 16K after 22 days;
  • 33049, 1,269, Oasis, Patsy 5198 14-17 13B, Siverston, 50 stages; 9.9 million lbs, mesh, white, ceramic, t1/18; cum 163K 5/18;
Wednesday, July 11, 2018: 13 wells for the month; 13 wells for the quarter
  • 34070, 1,200, Hess, AN-Double Bar V-152-95-0106H-2, Antelope, Sanish; t5/18; cum 16K over first 15 days;
  • 33962, SI/NC, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC David 5-29-32-157N-99W MBH, Lone Tree Lake, produced 23K after 29 days;
  • 33551, 1,385, Liberty Resources, Esther 158-93-28-33-4MBH, Enget Lake, 27 stages, 9.45 million lbs, large, t1/18; cum 100K 5/18;
Tuesday, July 10, 2018: 10 wells for the month; 10 wells for the quarter
  • 34071, 1,950, Hess, An-Double Bar V-152-95-0106H-3, Antelope, Sanish, t5/18; cum 25K after 20 days; 11 days; gas ranged from 5 to 6,562 units; fracked 3/25/18 - 4/5/18; 8.5 million gallons of water ( a bit on the low side); 89.3% water; 9.84% sand; a bit on the low side;
Monday, July 9, 2018: 9 wells for the month; 9 wells for the quarter
  • 34071, 1,950, Hess, AN-Double Bar V-152-95-0106H-2, Antelope, Sanish; will be a huge well; 11 days from spud to TD;; t5/18; cum 25K after 20 days;
Sunday, July 8, 2018: 8 wells for the month; 8 wells for the quarter
  • 33370, 1,800, Statoil, Abe 30-31 4H, Painted Woods, an average Bakken well (these days), 41 stages; 8.4 million lbs, medium, mesh, t1/18; cum 39K 5/18;
Saturday, July 7, 2018: 7 wells for the month; 7 wells for the quarter
  • None.
Friday, July 6, 2018: 7 wells for the month; 7 wells for the quarter
  • 33392, 267, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Paopao 6-35-26-158N-100W TFH, Dublin, t8/18; cum 51K 11/18;
Thursday, July 5, 2018: 6 wells for the month; 6 wells for the quarter
  • 33943, 6,396, MRO, Sibyl USA 44-19TFH, Reunion Day, t9/18; cum 172K 11/18;
  • 33942, 6,516, MRO, McDonald USA 44-19H, Reunion Day, t10/18; cum 78K 11/18;
Wednesday, July 4, 2018: 4 wells for the month; 4 wells for the quarter
  • 31347, 347, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Paopao 2-35-26-158N-100W,  Dublin, t8/18; cum 60K 11/18;
Tuesday, July 3, 2018: 3 wells for the month; 3 wells for the quarter
  • 33941, 6,943, MRO, Rue USA 44-19TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 33905, 1,219, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-9A-4-1HS, Charlson, t10/18; cum 12K after 11 days;
Monday, July 2, 2018: 1 well for the month; 1 well for the quarter
  • 33552, 1,063, Liberty Resources, Albertson 158-93-27-34-2TFH, Enget Lake, on jet pump, 26 stages; 9.1million lbs, all large white, t1/18; cum 93K 5/18;

Sunday, July 1, 2018:
  • None.
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