Monday, October 1, 2018

Idle Rambling On A Monday Night -- October 1, 2018

Price of WTI: I find this fascinating. There are some "analysts" that think WTI could jump from $75 today to $100 by the end of the year. That would be a pretty steep rise; for comparison, check out the historical price of WTI. Link here.
  • January, 2007: $72.44
  • September, 2007: $98.73
This is what some "analysts" are saying:
OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia is ill-equipped to prevent a supply shock in the energy market, analysts told CNBC on Monday, as oil traders prepare for the possibility of $100 a barrel before year-end.
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Hardly Seems Fair

This is pretty "rich," as they say.

Elon Musk is sued by the SEC; refuses to deal; is stripped of his chairmanship; allowed to remain as CEO; and his company's stock surges.

Meanwhile, John Flannery, after less than fourteen months on the job is summarily fired. If one goes to the dictionary, one now finds a picture of Flannery next to "summarily."

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Ramapo, Not Riparian, Going Rogue

Every day I start with a clean slate. And every day I'm surprised.

I go where the blog takes me.

LOL. While taking notes on the book I'm reading for the week, I was "researching" how one measures the speed of waves -- measuring the speed of a wave across a pond, for example.

Then this: the highest reliably measured ocean waves were reported by officers of the Navy oiler USS Ramapo in the North Pacific on February 7, 1933.

From hyperphysics:
By triangulation on the ship's superstructure, they measured a wave height of 34 meters (112 feet) peak to trough. The period of the wave was 14.8 seconds and its wavelength was calculated to be 342 meters. Using the wave velocity expression for this wavelength in the deep water limit, the wave speed is calculated to be 23 m/s. Mayo calculates the power of one meter length of such a wavefront to be 17,000 kilowatts!
The crew of the Ramapo measured these waves and lived to tell about it because their relatively short ship(146 m =478 ft) rode these very long wavelength ocean mountains without severe stresses on the craft. Mayo expresses concern about the safety of some modern giant ships (>250 meter length) in such seas.
And this graphic:

From wiki, this one line but so much more at the link:
On 7 February 1933, while cruising across the Pacific Ocean from Manila to San Diego, the ship encountered the tallest rogue wave ever recorded, measuring 112 ft in height.
The super-tankers transporting oil today are upwards of 1,500 feet long.

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Hopdoddy

We have a Hopdoddy Restaurant about five minutes by bike from where we live. It's brand new. Hadn't seen it before. Long story. All I have time to say is I found it because of Sophia.

Link here for the  Ft Worth story.

The "Impossible Burger."

The wheat-potato-heme burger.

Bill Gates.

Hopdoddy website.

Impossible Foods.

From Wired:


This is so incredible on so many levels.

I was waiting for the one word but they did not use the most important word in any of the linked articles or the video.

Umami

But other than that, it took my breath away.

Take My Breath Away, Berlin

Years ago, I read a Wired story about a type of new computer chip. I bought shares of stock in the company making that chip and the rest is history. 

Active Rigs Drop By Four (4); WTI Surges; Nine New Permits -- October 1, 2018

WTI: I don't know about the general reader but when I see $75.50 sitting in that box below -- it is more than just a little remarkable. I've always said $55-WTI (2016 dollars) is the sweet spot -- "okay" for everyone. At $65, with an overweight in oil companies, one could be happy, but wow, $75.50! In an hour or so we will see futures for tomorrow's trading.

Active rigs:

$75.50💪10/1/201810/01/201710/01/201610/01/201510/01/2014
Active Rigs63583368191

Nine new permits:
  • Operators: Bruin (6); Windridge Operating (2), Newfield
  • Fields: Eagle Nest (Dunn County); Portal (Burke); Siverston (McKenzie)
  • Comments: Windridge Operating (see below) has one Madison permits in section E/2-6-163-92 and E/2-7-163-92 --  640-acre drilling unit; it also has a Madison permit in E/2 section 30 and #/2 section 31-164-92, but this drilling unit is 400 acres; meanwhile, Bruin remains on a roll; now with permits for a six-well pad in NENW 29-148-94;
Thirteen permits renewed:
  • EOG (6): one Liberty LR permit, two Clearwater permits, and three Austin permits, all in Mountrail County
  • QEP (3): three Moberg permits, all in McKenzie County
  • Bruin E&P (2): two Borrud permits, both in Williams County
  • XTO: a Badlands Federal permit in McKenzie County
  • Oasis: an O.M. Erickson permit in Williams County 
From "Bakken operators":
Windridge Oil & Gas; Windridge Operating LLC

  • it appears Windridge is an operator; over at "well search," Windridge is listed, as of August 24, 2018, has about ten permits, north of Williston, up in Portal oil field, in Burke County
  • first post here, June 30, 2017 

For MRO Mineral Owners In Reunion Bay -- Five-Well Pad Being Fracked -- October 1, 2018

This post will not necessarily be updated.

See this post.

Recently fracked:
  • 34101, Briek, drl, fracked;
On same pad, next to be fracked:
  • 34100, SI/NC, Nora Jones,
  • 34102, SI/NC, Julia Jones,
  • 34103, SI/NC, Dye USA,
  • 34104, SI/NC, Hammerberg USA,
Will affect:
  • 19514, off-line, Jones USA, t4/11; cum 524K 8/18;
Might affect:
  • 29211, off-line, Doll USA, t6/15; cum 473K 8/18;
  • 29210, off-line, Tony Lun USA, t6/15; cum 365K 8/18;

Oasis Lite Wells In The Sanish; The Oasis Mimir Uran Well

The Oasis Lite wells are tracked here

Finally, I will take this one off the list of wells to follow up on. The earlier note:
November 28, 2017: follow-up in about a year. #17582, Mimir Uran. . Off-line as of 12/17 (5/18); now, 8 days in 6/18 but minimal production;
This well is back on line, suggesting neighboring wells have been fracked. The index well:
  • 17582, 1,019, Oasis, Mimir Uran 11-11H, Sanish, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, t11/109; cum 198K 8/18; recent production --
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN8-20183025202774426834812547634
BAKKEN7-201830693471506194960148
BAKKEN6-2018856054911991190
BAKKEN5-20180000000
BAKKEN4-20180000000
BAKKEN3-20180000000
BAKKEN2-20180000000
BAKKEN1-20180000000
BAKKEN12-2017523023105770
BAKKEN11-201725494447118161513650
BAKKEN10-201731848942400216418540

Neighboring wells:
  • 33694, 456, Oasis, Lite 5393 31-11 10; t6/18; cum 55K 8/18;
  • 33695, conf but completed; Oasis, Lite ...., waiting to come off conf list; best month so far: 29K;
  • 33696, conf but completed; Oasis, Lite ...., waiting to come off conf list; best month so far: 24K;
  • 33697, conf but completed; Oasis, Lite ...., waiting to come off conf list; best month so far: 51K;
  • 33698, conf but completed; Oasis, Lite ...., waiting to come off conf list; best month so far: 29K;
  • 33699, conf but completed; Oasis, Lite ...., waiting to come off conf list; best month so far: 29K;

How High Can Oil Go? -- October 1, 2018

No one knows, but this was a pretty big jump today. Remember, Bakken operators survived with $45-WTI; and thrived with $65-WTI.

$74.99 is pretty darn close to $75-WTI. Just saying. I'll do the math later.




Later, now up over 3%; solidly over $75:


Putting Colorado Into Perspective -- October 1, 2018

From Forbes:
Thanks to a Rocky Mountain shale party, Colorado is an increasingly important oil and gas producer.
Over the past decade, Colorado's oil production has surged 365% to 380,000 b/d and natural gas production is up 30% to ~5 Bcf/d.
The future shines bright: "Western Colorado's Mancos Shale formation holds an estimated 66.3 Tcf of natural gas, way up from the 1.6 Tcf estimate in its 2003 appraisal. puts the Mancos basin 2nd only to the Marcellus Shale in terms of the largest gas reserves in the U.S."
From the NDIC Director's Cut: July, 2018, data.
  • Natural gas: 2,400,174 MCF/day = 399,962 boepd
The Bakken is an "oil play," not a natural gas play. In the Bakken, natural gas is a hassle, a danger, and a by-product.

The Market, Energy, And Political Page, Part 2, T+49, Detroit Block Party -- October 1, 2018

Trucks. Link here.
The F-Series is not just the best-selling truck with Silverado and Ram second and third; these are the best-selling vehicles of any kind in the United States. They are crucial to domestic automakers' profits and, along with SUVs, an increasing share of their production as consumers move away from sedans. 
“Detroit may have been through hell and back in the last 10 years, but these are the best three trucks ever built," said Eric Noble, a product development consultant and professor of vehicle technology at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. "Their factories are running flat out, import competitors have faded into the rearview mirror, and transaction prices have never been higher.
“This isn't war, it's a Detroit block party.”
These aren’t your father’s full-size pickups. They’re deluxe. Average transaction prices for pickups are nearing $50,000, and large truck sales accounted for nearly $1 of every $5 spent in the car industry in 2017, said Ivan Drury, senior manager of industry analysis for Edmunds. Some versions can cost more than $100,000.
Sales are hot, with the full-size pickup segment up 2.6 percent in 2018 through August. In 2017, American shoppers bought nearly 2.4 million full-size pickups.
Making America great.

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Note to the Granddaughters

I stopped by the Grapevine, TX, coin show over the weekend. I'm trying to complete my set of Chinese Panda silver dollars. I noted over the weekend I was missing the 2011 and the 2015 Pandas. Interestingly, the vendor I usually deal with had all years except the 2011s and the 2015s. His price was one of the lowest I've seen (BU) -- but not to worry. I found the 2011s on eBay for an even better price. I've never bought on eBay before -- it will be interesting to see what I get. I won't have long to wait; they should arrive by the end of the week.

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Biking

I rate every day that I ride my bike, starting each day with a "10" and then taking off points, in half-point increments, for precipitation/humidity, temperature, and wind. Today, I biked to work at 5:15 a.m., well before sunrise. An incredibly beautiful day, an easy "10." But by the end of the ride I took off one point: a half-point for temperature (just a big warm for 5:30 a.m.) and humidity (a bit humid). So, an overall 9.0. So,  there you have it.

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Reminder

From Atom Land, Jon Butterworth, c. 2017, 2018:
  • an alpha particle: helium nucleus (two protons, two neutrons)
  • beta particles: electrons
  • gamma rays: photons
  • English plum pudding does not contain any plums 
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The Dinosaur Page

Another photograph of Sophia at the "dinosaur exhibit" at the Grapevine Botanical gardens over the weekend. See also this post.

First, from wiki:



Then, a graphic from the Grapevine exhibit:


And, finally, Sophia, an omnivore, and a diablocertops, an herbivore:

The Market, Energy, And Political Page, T+49 -- October 1, 2018

October 1, 2018, T+49: Iran sanctions starting to bite; China economy shows signs of slowing down due to trade war; and, Canada blinks.

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Tea leaves:

Wrong? I thought I read somewhere that US crude oil imports from Saudi were surging. I must have misread -- link here --


Monday morning quarterback: Vikings starting off .... really bad; 1-2-1. Lost another one over the weekend. Philadelphia Eagles lose a tight one; 2-2 for the season. No national anthem? Sunday Night Football: season low.

Morning Note, Start Of A New Month, New Quarter, New Fiscal Year For Uncle Sam -- Shine On Harvest Moon -- October 1, 2018

Let's see where this will go?  Lead story over at Rigzone, "how much oil can Saudi really pump? We're set to find out."
For the first time since Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in 1990, Saudi Arabia could face the ultimate petroleum test: pushing its complex network of oilfields, processing plants, pipelines, tank farms and export terminals to the limit, pumping every possible barrel of oil.
Today another Middle East crisis is stretching the Saudi oil machine. U.S. sanctions on Iran are crippling exports from the Islamic Republic, prompting buyers to look to the world’s largest exporter for replacement barrels.
In a pithy description of its role during a supply crisis, Majid Al-Moneef, a former Saudi senior oil official, told U.S. lawmakers a few years back that "Saudi Arabia is the ‘Federal Reserve of oil,’" according to American intelligence cables published by Wikileaks.
Yet, unlike a central bank, the Saudis can’t print unlimited amounts of money. Their crisis-fighting tool is finite: a buffer of wells sitting idle in the desert. Use them now, and there’s nothing left for the next crisis.
OPEC’s current spare capacity is relatively thin. The U.S. Energy Information Administration, puts it at just 1.4 million barrels a day, and estimates that it will drop to 1.2 million by late 2019, one of the lowest levels on record and similar to 2008 when oil prices zoomed to $150 a barrel.
Nonetheless, Riyadh says there’s lots of extra oil at hand. Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih last week said more barrels can flow "within days and weeks." Officially, the kingdom claims to be able to pump at a maximum of 12.5 million barrels a day, up from a near-record 10.4 million produced in August -- spare capacity of more than 2 million barrels.
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Fracking Breakthrough? Not Really

Let's see what this is all about. Another lead story over at Rigzone, "a breakthrough for hydraulic fracturing."
A revolutionary study of groundwater quality in the Ohio Middle Ordovician Utica Shale hydraulic fracturing play provides new evidence that “fracking” operations are safe to nearby water sources.
The study found that methane concentrations in the studied water supply did not increase over a period of four years, and the methane present was from plants, not fossil fuels — even while more than two thousand new horizontal wells were drilled in the region.
Reached for comment, Professor Amy Townsend-Small, one of the study’s authors, emphasized that her study analyzed many water samples over “a long time series of fracking activity.” She added that “most studies before mine only sampled once.” In other words, this rigorous study showed that the massive expansion of hydraulic fracturing operations in the Utica Shale did not increase methane in the local water supply. Hydraulic fracturing advocates now have a new public message and legal tool to push back on restrictive litigation and legislation.  
The study was published in May 2018 in Environmental Monitoring and Assessment by scientists from the University of Cincinnati and University of California-Irvine. Its authors measured methane in water wells near drill sites, analyzing for pH, electrical conductivity, radiocarbon dating, and isotopic composition. They found that the proportion of water-borne methane attributable to a “fossil fuel derived natural gas source” did not increase as fracking operations expanded. Instead, most methane near the sites was attributable to biogenic and bacterial sources, and that remained true even as drilling increased.
 The authors began their survey of the Utica Shale play in 2012, just as fracking operations were beginning to boom. The study focused on wells in Carroll, Harrison, and Stark counties. The study authors hypothesized that methane concentration in the water supply “would increase as the number of shale gas wells in the area increased, with the isotopic composition of [methane] reflecting an increasingly fossil fuel derived natural gas source.” 
Heard in the oil patch: Feinstein, Schumer, et al, want the FBI to investigate Professor Amy Townsend-Small. How did she get government funding for this research in light of the results?

My Walkin' Stick, Leon Redbone

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TSLA: as predicted over the weekend, TSLA would surge today. TSLA is up 15% in pre-market trading.

DOW, irrelevant: up 200 points in pre-market trading.

All major indices, relevant: green. Very green. Blindingly green.

Got coal?

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Back to the Bakken

Wells coming off the confidential list -- Saturday, Sunday, and Monday --

Monday, October 1, 2018

  • 34371, drl, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36G, Siverston, no production data, 
  • 31501, 776, CLR, Juneau 11-2H1, Brooklyn, 60 stages; 8 million lbs, t4/18; cum 41K 7/18;
  • 30633, SI/NC, Hess, SC-Hoving-LW-154-98-1003H-1, Truax, no production data, 
  • 28339, 853, Oasis, Hanover Federal 5300 41-11 11T, Willow Creek, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t4/18; cum 98K 7/18;
Sunday, September 30, 2018
  • 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
  • 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;
Active rigs:

$73.37😊😊10/1/201810/01/201710/01/201610/01/201510/01/2014
Active Rigs67583368191

RBN Energy: the future of US export ambitions, part 2. Real easy: under the progressives, the future is blear; under Pompeo, the future is great.
Thanks to the shale revolution, U.S. refiners have spent the better part of the last two years achieving milestones in export volumes and run rates. The U.S. exported record volumes of gasoline and diesel last year. Much of that newfound international market share came at the expense of ailing refining complexes in Latin America, particularly in Mexico. That worked out great for U.S. refiners on the Gulf Coast, who could load up a tanker of fuel and have it delivered within a matter of days. Now the market on both sides of the border is shifting; the political landscape has changed in Mexico and gasoline demand growth in the U.S. is threatened by higher oil prices. Today, we lay out factors impacting exports and demand in the U.S. gasoline market.
There’s no question about the strength of the U.S.’ refining industry. Oil market price dislocations in Western Canada and Midland, TX, have helped incentivize refiners that have access to the cheaper crudes to run full-out. In recent weeks, U.S. refiners’ gross oil inputs ran near about 18 MMb/d of oil – a record high. (These run rates are dipping as fall maintenance season kicks in).

New Wells Reporting 4Q18


Friday, January 4, 2019:
33754, conf, Oasis, Crane Federal 5300 34-27 7B, 
33664, conf, MRO, Bears Arm USA 41-2H, 
33588, conf,  Oasis, Muri 5298 14-28 9T,

Thursday, January 3, 2019:
34991, conf, Petroshale, Horse Camp West 2TFH
33587, conf, Oasis, Muri 5298 14-28 10B, 
33584, conf, Oasis, Muri 5298 14-28 13TX, 
33430, conf, MRO, Big Head USA 41-2TFH,
33018, conf, Hess, EN-Thompson Trust-154-94-1930H-11, 
32272, conf, Slawson, Submariner Federal 2-23-20H, 
30890, conf, Oasis, Stenberg 5199 11-9 8B,

Wednesday, January 2, 2019:
34193, 2,324, CLR, Radermecher 11-22H2, Camel Butte,, Three Forks 2, 51 stages, 10 million lbs, t9/18; cum 75K 11/18;
33017, drl,  Hess, EN-Thompson Trust-154094-1930H-9, Alkalik Creek, no production data,
32923, SI/NC, BR, Chuckwagon 31-15MBH, Sand Creek, no production data,
32532, SI/NC,  Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4B-9-5H, Charlson, no production data,

Tuesday, January 1, 2019
:
33693, 814, Oasis, Lite Federal 5393 41-11 14TX, Three Forks, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, small/medium/large/ceramic, Sanish, t7/18; cum 94K 11/18;
33016, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Thompson Trust-154-94-1930H-9, Alkali Creek, no production data,
33015,  drl, Hess, EN-Thompson Trust-154-94-1930H-8, Alkali Creek, no production data,
32273,  drl, Slawson, Submariner Federal 7-23-20TFH, Big Bend, no production data,
Monday, December 31, 2018:
  • None (there was no June 31, 2018)

Sunday, December 30, 2018: 145 wells for the month; 228 wells for the quarter;
  • 33014, SI/NC, Hess, EN-Thompson Trust-154-94-1930H-7, Alkali Creek, no production data, 
  • 32274, drl, Slawson, Submariner Federal 2 SLH, Big Bend, no production data, 
Saturday, December 29, 2018: 143 wells for the month; 226 wells for the quarter;
  • 34488, SI/NC XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5C, Antelope, no production data, 
  • 34448, 1,380, EOG, Clarks Creek 108-0706H, Clarks Creek, t6/18; cum 128K 10/18;
  • 32843, SI/NC, BR, Remington 4B MBH, Blue Butte, some production;
  • 32800, 2,615, EOG, Clarks Creek 155-0706H, Clarks Creek, t6/18; cum 244K 10/18;
Friday, December 28, 2018: 139 wells for the month; 222 wells for the quarter;
  • 33970, 2,038, Enerplus, Tungsten 147-93-16A-21H, 33 stages; 13.4 million bls small sand, Moccasin Creek, t7/18; cum 113K 10/18;
  • 33692, 955, Oasis, Lite Federal 5393 41-11 13BX, 50 stages; 9.8 million lbs, small/medium/large/ceramic, Sanish, t7/18; cum 105K 10/18;
  • 32276, drl, Slawson, Gobbler Federal 4-26-35MLH, Big Bend, no production data,
Thursday, December 27, 2018: 136 wells for the month; 219 wells for the quarter;
  • 34487, SI/NC, XTO, Nelson Federal 21x-5FXG2, Antelope-Sanish, no production data,
  • 34152, SI/NC, Hess, SC-TR Slette-LE-153-98-1819H-1, Truax, no production data,  
  • 34399, drl, WPX, Lion 18-19HB, Mandaree, no production data.
Wednesday, December 26, 2018: 133 wells for the month; 216 wells for the quarter;
  • 34486, SI/NC, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5BXC, Antelope, no production data,
  • 34151, SI/NC, Hess, SC-TR Slette-153-98-1819H-8, Truax, no production data, 
  • 32277, drl, Slawson, Goblin Federal 1 SLH, Big Bend, no production data,
Tuesday, December 25, 2018: 130 wells for the month; 213 wells for the quarter;
  • 34150, drl, Hess, SC-TR Slette-153-98-1819H-7, Truax, no production data, 
  • 34149, SI/NC, Hess, SC-TR Slette-153-98-1819H-6, Truax, no production data, 
Monday, December 24, 2018: 128 wells for the month; 211 wells for the quarter;
  • 34148, SI/NC, Hess, SC-TR Slette-153-98-1819H-5, Truax, no production data, 
Sunday, December 23, 2018: 127 wells for the month; 210 wells for the quarter;
  • 34485, SI/NC, XTO, Nelson Federal 21X-5F, Antelope, no production data, 
  • 34147, SI/NC, Hess, SC-TR Slette-153-98-1819H-4, Truax, no production data, 
Saturday, December 22, 2018: 125 wells for the month; 208 wells for the quarter;
  • None.   
Friday, December 21, 2018: 125 wells for the month; 208 wells for the quarter;
  • 34942, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36CR, Bear Den, no production data, 
  • 34922, SI/NC, Slawson, Whitmore 3-7-6H, Parshall, no production data, see more on the Whitmore wells at this post;
  • 29793, 1,634, Hunt, Cook 146-93-24-13H-3, Werner, t11/18; cum --
Thursday, December 20, 2018: 122 wells for the month; 205 wells for the quarter;
  • 34921, SI/NC, Slawson, Whitmore 4-7-6H, Parshall, no production data, 
  • 34206, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-10, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 33691, 1,011, Oasis, Lite 5393 41-11 12T, Sanish, Three Forks, 50 stages; 10 million lbs (small, medium, large white sand and ceramic), t7/18; cum 93K 10/18;
Wednesday, December 19, 2018: 119 wells for the month; 202 wells for the quarter;
  • 34205, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-9, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 34204, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-8, Blue Buttes, no production data,
Tuesday, December 18, 2018: 117 wells for the month; 200 wells for the quarter;
  • 33690, 984, Oasis, Lite 5393 41-11 11B,  Sanish, 50 stages, 9.8 million lbs, t7/18; cum 92K 10/18;
Monday, December 17, 2018: 116 wells for the month; 199 wells for the quarter;
  • 34869, SI/NC, Hunt, Halliday 146-93-11-2H-6, Wolf Bay, producing;
  • 34611, 1,387, Petro-Hunt, Klevmoen 153-95-17C-7-2H, Charlson, 49 stages; 10.5 million lbs, a huge well, t10/18; cum 42K at end of first full month;
Sunday, December 16, 2018: 114 wells for the month; 197 wells for the quarter;
  • 34203, SI/NC Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-7, Blue Buttes, no production data,
Saturday, December 15, 2018: 113 wells for the month; 196 wells for the quarter;
  • 34868, drl, Hunt, Halliday 146-93-11-2H-5, Wolf Bay, one month of production;
  • 34202, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-6, Blue Buttes, no production data,
  • 32842, SI/NC, BR, Remington 4A MTFH, Blue Buttes, no production data, the Remington wells are tracked here;
Friday, December 14, 2018: 110 wells for the month; 193 wells for the quarter;
  • 34201, SI/NC, Hess, BB-Chapin-151-95-0506H-5, Blue Buttes, no production data,
Thursday, December 13, 2018: 109 wells for the month; 192 wells for the quarter;
Wednesday, December 12, 2018: 108 wells for the month; 191 wells for the quarter;
  • 34115, 612, Lime Rock Resources, Neal 2-33-28H-144-95, Murphy Creek, 50 stages; 6 million lbs, 6/18; cum 58K 10/18;
  • 34114, 457, Lime Rock Resources, Twist 2-4-9H-143-95, Murphy Creek, 50 stages; 6 million lbs, t6/18; cum 51K 10/18; 
  • 33893, SI/NC, Hess, SC-5WX-152-99-0310H-4, Banks, no production data,
Tuesday, December 11, 2018: 105 wells for the month; 188 wells for the quarter;
Monday, December 10, 2018: 104 wells for the month; 187 wells for the quarter;
  • 33891, SI/NC, Hess, SC-5WX-152-99-0310H-2, Banks, no production data,
Sunday, December 9, 2018: 103 wells for the month; 186 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Saturday, December 8, 2018: 103 wells for the month; 186 wells for the quarter;
  • 34117, 992, Lime Rock Resources, Neal3-33-28H-144-95, 50 stages; 6 million lbs, Murphy Creek, t6/18; cum 59K 10/18;
  • 34116, 903, Lime Rock Resources, Twist 3-4-9H-143-95, 50 stages; 6 million lbs, Murphy Creek, t6/18; 54K 10/18;
  • 33239, 191, Oasis, Muri 5198 12-4 8T, Banks, Three Forks, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t7/18; cum 73K 10/18;
  • 32531, SI/NC, Petro-Hunt, USA153-95-4A-9-6H, Charlson, no production data,
  • 30546, 661, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-9H, Antelope-Sanish, Three Forks B1, 55 stages; 14 million lbs, t7/18; cum 33K 10/18;
Friday, December 7, 2018: 98 wells for the month; 181 wells for the quarter;
Thursday, December 6, 2018: 97 wells for the month; 180 wells for the quarter;
  • 34892, SI/NC, MRO, Gloria 24-16H, Jim Creek, t--; cum 28K after 13 days extrapolates to 65,215 bbls over 30 days;
  • 34711, dry, Armstrong Operating, Harvest States 7-11 (a reader wrote in earlier suggesting this well was a dry well), Eland, date; 6/21/2018;
  • 33109, 1,923, CLR, Wiley 11-25H2, Pershing, Three Forks, 51 stages; 8.3 million lbs, 4 sections, t6/18; cum 120K 10/18;
Wednesday, December 5, 2018: 94 wells for the month; 177 wells for the quarter;
  • None.

Tuesday, December 4,2018: 94 wells for the month; 177 wells for the quarter;
  • 33241, 643, Oasis, Muri 5198 12-4 6T, Banks, Three Forks, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t6/18; cum 121K 10/18;
  • 31265, 851, Oasis, Kjorstad 5300 34-22 10T, Willow Creek, Three Forks, 40 stages; 6.1 million lbs, t6/18; cum 98K 10/18:
Monday, December 3, 2018: 92 wells for the month; 175 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Sunday, December 2, 2018: 92 wells for the month; 175 wells for the quarter;
  • 33695, 759, Oasis, Lite 5393 31-11 9B, Sanish, 50 stages;9.7 million lbs, t6/18; cum 102K 10/18;
Saturday, December 1, 2018: 91 wells for the month; 174 wells for the quarter;
  • 33968, 932,  Enerplus, Nickel 147-93-16B-21H-TF, Moccasin Creek, Three Forks, 33 stages; 5.9 million lbs, t818; cum 66K 10/18;
  • 33696, 657, Oasis Lite 5393 31-11 8T, Sanish, Three Forks B1, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, t6/18; cum 88K 10/18;
  • 33242, 1,129, Oasis, Muri 5198 12-4 5B, Banks, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, t6/18; cum 157K 10/18;
  • 33110, 1,720, CLR, Wiley 10-25H, Pershing, 51 stages; 8.2 million lbs; a huge well: t7/18; cum 132K 10/18;
  • 31264, SI/NC, Oasis, Kjorstad 5300 34-22 9B, Willow Creek, a huge well; t--; cum 98K 10/18;
  • 30543, 2,837, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-6H, Antelope-Sanish, a 50K+ well; t6/18; cum 172K 10/18;
Friday, November 30, 2018: 85 wells for the month; 168 wells for the quarter;
  • 33696, conf, Oasis, Lite 5303 131-11 8T, Sanish, a nice well;
  • 33242, conf, Oasis, Muri 5198 12-4 5B, Banks, a huge well;
  • 33227, 1,149, CLR, Kennedy 5-31H, Dimmick, another big Kennedy well, 62 stages; 12.6 million lbs; t8/18; cum 47K 9/18; the Kennedy wells are tracked here;
  • 33110, conf, CLR, Wiley 10-25H, Pershing, a huge well;
  • 30543, conf, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-6H, a "50K" well -- huge; again --
Thursday, November 29, 2018: 80 wells for the month; 163 wells for the quarter;
  • 34590, 2,820, WPX, Grizzly 25-36HIL, four sections, Spotted Horn, 40 stages; 7.9 million lbs, t9/18; cum 33K after 14 days which extrapolates to 69,810 bbls over 30 days;
  • 34322, 588, Nine Point Energy, Sigma Lee 155-103-14-23-8H, Squires, 60 stages; 8 million lbs, t6/18; cum 51K 9/18; 
  • 33697, 1,470, Oasis, Lite 5393 31-11 7B, Sanish, 50 stages, 10 million lbs sand and ceramic, t6/18; cum 95K in less than four months;
  • 30544, 1,129, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-4-26A-35-7H, Antelope-Sanish, Three Forks B1, 55 stages; 14.5 million lbs, t6/18; cum 30K constrained;
Wednesday, November 28, 2018: 76 wells for the month; 159 wells for the quarter;
  • 34738, 198, BR, Rink 6-1-5MBH-R, Pershing, t10/18; cum 9K over 28 days;
  • 33111, 1,881, CLR, Wiley 9-25H2, Pershing, 4 sections, 50 stages; 8.1 million lbs, t7/18; cum 75K 9/18;
  • 30545, 2,070, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-9H, Antelope-Sanish, 55 stages; 14.4 million lbs, t6/18; cum 126K 9/18; sundry form says middle Bakken;
  • 30542, 2,010, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-5H, Antelope-Sanish, 55 stages; 14.2 million lbs; t6/18; cum 56K 9/18; sundry form says Three Forks B1;
Tuesday, November 27, 2018: 72 wells for the month; 155 wells for the quarter;
  • 34802, 869, Newfield, Yellowfin 150-98-6-7-9HLW, Siverston, 62 stages; 7.2 million lbs, t8/18; cum 32K 9/18;
  • 34589, 2,620, WPX, Grizzly 25-36HW, Spotted Horn, Three Forks, 40 stages 7.9 million lbs, t9/18; cum 31K after 16 days extrapolates to 57,242 bbls/30 days
  • 33699, SI/NC, Oasis, Lite 5393 31-11 6T, Sanish, t--; cum 93K in less than four months;
  • 33698, SI/NC, Oasis, Lite 5393 31-11 6T, Sanish, t--; cum 85K in about four months;
Monday, November 26, 2018: 68 wells for the month; 151 wells for the quarter;
  • 34801, 811, Newfield, Yellowfin 150-98-6-7-8H, SIverston, a nice well; 24K first full month; t8/18; cum 28K 9/18;
  • 34587, 3,024, WPX, Grizzly 25-36HX, Spotted Horn, t9/18; cum 30K in 14 days extrapolates to 64,131 bbls/30 days;
Sunday, November 25, 2018: 66 wells for the month; 149 wells for the quarter;
  • 34800, 815, Newfield, Yellowfin 150-98-6-7-7H, Siverston, a nice well; 25K first full month; t8/18; cum 31K 9/18;
  • 34610, 1,299, Petro-Hunt, Klevmoen 153-95-17C-7-1H, Charlson, t10/18; cum --
  • 34586, 3,384, WPX, Grizzly 25-36HF, Spotted Horn; t9/18; cum 14K over 9 days extrapolates to 46,313 bbls / 30 days;
  • 34254, 480, Bruin, Sadowsky 14-11-2H, St Anthony, t5/18; cum 26K 9/18;
  • 34051, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-33D, Wolf Bay, no production data,
  • 33112, 2,526, CLR, Wiley 8-25H, Pershing, t7/18; cum 146K 9/18; see this post;
Saturday, November 24, 2018: 60 wells for the month; 143 wells for the quarter;
  • 34585, 2,188, WPX, Grizzly 25-36HY, Spotted Horn, t9/18; cum 10K over 8 days extrapolates to 38K over 30 days;
  • 33226, 962, CLR, Kennedy 6-31H2, Dimmick Lake, t8/18; cum 39K 9/18
Friday, November 23, 2018: 58 wells for the month; 141 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Thursday, November 22, 2018: 58 wells for the month; 141 wells for the quarter;
  • 34815, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-33HIL, Wolf Bay, no production data,
  • 31193, SI/NC, Slawson, Jore Federal 13-12TF2H, Clarks Creek, no production data,
  • 31192, SI/NC, Slawson, Jore Federal 12-12TFH, Clarks Creek, no production data,
Wednesday, November 21, 2018: 55 wells for the month; 138 wells for the quarter;
  • 34053, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-33HT, Wolf Bay, no production data,
  • 34050, SI/NC, MRO, State Oster 14-36TFH, Bailey, no production data,
  • 33516, 962, Enerplus, Sodium 147-93-05B-08H-TF, Moccasin Creek, 35 stages; 5 million lbs; t5/18; cum 121K 9/18;
  • 33515, 1,828, Enerplus, Chrome 147-93-05B-08H, Moccasin Creek, 37 stages; 12.4 million lbs; t5/18; cum 148K 9/18;
  • 33514, 1,907, Enerplus, Aluminum 148-93-32CH, McGregory Buttes; t5/18; cum 78K 9/18;
  • 33513, 1,157, Enerplus, Gold 147-93-05B-08H-TF, Moccasin Creek, 39 stages; 5.6 million bls; t5/18; cum 138K 9/18;
  • 33512, 1,227, Enerplus, Zirconium 147-93-05B-08H, Moccasin Creek, 38 stages; 12.6 million lbs; t5/18; cum 136K 9/18;
  • 31194, SI/NC, Slawson, Jore Federal 1-12H,
  • 30484, 405, Lime Rock Resources, Emil Veverka 5-20-17H-143-95L, Murphy Creek, t6/18; cum 45K 9/18;
Tuesday, November 20, 20188: 46 wells for the month; 129 wells for the quarter;
  • 32961, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 44-32 12T, Banks, t--; cum 88K 9/18;
  • 34049, SI/NC, MRO, State Kreiger 14-36h, Bailey, t--; no production data;
Monday, November 19, 2018: 44 wells for the month; 127 wells for the quarter;
  • 34048, SI/NC, MRO, State Kelling 14-36TFH, Bailey, no production data,
  • 33329, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36D, Bear Den, no production data, 
  • 33225, 1,592, CLR, Kennedy 7-31H, Dimmick Lake, 4 sections, 62 stages; 12.7 million lbs, t5/1; cum 87K 9/18;
  • 32960, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 44-32 13B, Banks, t--; cum 139K 9/18;
Sunday, November 18, 2018: 40 wells for the month; 123 wells for the quarter;
  • 32945, 645, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 42-32 10B, Banks, t6/18; cum 95K 9/18;
Saturday, November 17, 2018: 38 wells for the month; 121 wells for the quarter;
  • 33872, SI/NC, MRO, Lawrence 34-35H, Bailey, no production data, 
  • 33330, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36HXE, Bear Den, no production data,
Friday, November 16, 2018: 36 wells for the month; 119 wells for the quarter;
  • 34171, 242, Windridge, Kestrel State 36-25 1H, Short Creek, 19 stages, 0 lbs sand, target: Madison formation; TD = 12,283 feet; t6/18; cum 18K 9/18;
  • 33871, SI/NC, MRO, Rummel 24-35TFH, Bailey, no production data, 
  • 33224, 1,133, CLR, Kennedy 8-31H1, Dimmick Lake, 4 sections, 62 stages; 15.1 million lbs, t7/18; cum 24K 9/18;
  • 33223, 861, CLR, Miles 5-6H, Dimmick Lake, 4 sections, 16 stages; no other data , t8/18; cum 25K in 42 days;
  • 30541, 4,871, Bruin, Fort Berthold 151-94-26A-35-4H, Antelope, 55 stages; 14.4 million lbs, an incredible well; staggering, t6/18; cum 292K 9/18;
 Thursday, November 15, 2018: 31 wells for the month; 114 wells for the quarter;
  • 33870, SI/NC, MRO, Arthur 24-35H, Bailey, no production data, 
  • 32801, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 42-32 11T, Banks, t--; cum 51K 9/18;
Wednesday, , November 14, 2018: 29 wells for the month; 112 wells for the quarter;
  • 34453, SI/NC, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36EXH-S, Pembroke, no production data, 
Tuesday, November 13, 2018: 28 wells for the month; 111 wells for the quarter;
  • 34844, 198, BR, Rink 8-1-5 MBH-R, Pershing, t9/18; cum --: for newbies, this is a typical IP for a BR well; it will be a nice well;
  • 34366, SI/NC, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36AXD, Siverston, no production data, 
  • 34028, 286, NP Resources, Trotter State 145-102-23-14-2H, Cinnamon Creek, a nice well; about 11K per month for three consecutive months; t6/18; bcum 40K 9/18;
  • 33869, SI/NC, MRO, Wickett 24-35TFH, Bailey, no production data, 
  • 32943, 818, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 42-32 8B, Banks, t6/18; cum 113K 9/18:
Monday, November 12, 2018: 23 wells for the month; 106 wells for the quarter;
  • 34368, SI/NC, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36EXF, Siverston, no production data,  
  • 32944, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 42-32 9T, Banks, t--; cum 69K 9/18:
Sunday, November 11, 2018: 21 wells for the month; 104 wells for the quarter;
  • 34370, SI/NC, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36B, Siverston, no production data,
  • 33222, 1,173, CLR, Miles 6-6H2, Dimmick Lake, 4 sections, t8/18; cum 53K 9/18;
Saturday, November 10, 2018: 19 wells for the month; 102 wells for the quarter;
  • 34495, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-3HY, Wolf Bay, no production data, 
  • 33315, SI/NC, Oasis, Muri 5198 11-4 3B, Banks, a huge well; t--; cum 136K 9/18;
Friday, November 9, 2018: 17 wells for the month; 100 wells for the quarter;
  • 34269, SI/NC, Oasis, Muri 5198 11-4 14T, Banks, a DUC but producing nicely:
Thursday, November 8, 2018: 16 wells for the month; 99 wells for the quarter;
  • 34494, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-33HF, Wolf Bay, no production data,
  • 33221, 1,696, CLR, Miles 7-6H, Dimmick Lake, 4 sections, 63 stages; 12.9 stages, t7/18; cum 68K 9/18;
Wednesday, November 7, 2018: 14 wells for the month; 97 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Tuesday, November 6, 2018: 14 wells for the month; 97 wells for the quarter;
  • 34052, SI/NC, WPX, Howling Wolf 28-33HZ, Wolf Bay, no production data, 
  • 33220, 1,111, CLR, Miles 8-6H1, Dimmick Lake, 63 stages, 15.4 million lbs, t7/18; cum 13K after 20 days;
  • 30223, 378, BR, Jerome 41-15TFH, North Fork, t9/18; cum --
Monday, November 5, 2018: 11 wells for the month; 94 wells for the quarter;
  • 30222, 470, BR, Jerome 41-15MBH, North Fork, t9/18; cum --
Sunday, November 4, 2018: 10 wells for the month; 93 wells for the quarter;
  • 34262, SI/NC, MRO, Yellow Otter USA 14-7TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 30547, SI/NC, BR, Merton 41-15TFH ULW, Croff, no production data,
  • 30221, SI/NC, BR, Merton 41-15MBH, North Fork, no production data,
Saturday, November 3, 2018: 7 wells for the month; 90 wells for the quarter;
  • 34664, SI/NC, EOG, Wayzetta 164-23M, Parshall, target = Souris River; no plans to produce; no production data,
  • 34261, SI/NC, MRO, Young Woman USA 44-12H, Reunion Bay, no production data,
Friday, November 2, 2018: 5 wells for the month; 88 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Thursday, November 1, 2018: 5 wells for the month; 88 wells for the quarter;
  • 34754, SI/NC, Hunt, Trulson 156-90-11-14H-4, Ross, no production data,
  • 34260, SI/NC, MRO, Walking Eagle USA 44-12TFH, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 32959, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 44-32 14TX, Banks, a DUC but still huge production being reported, t--; cum 104K 9/18;
  • 32958, SI/NC, Oasis, Ceynar 5298 44-32 15BX, Banks, a DUC but still huge production being reported, t--; cum 106K 9/18; 
  • 31259, SI/NC, Oasis, Kjorstad 5300 34-22 4T, Willow Creek, a DUC but still nice production being reported, t--; cum 64K 9/18; 
Wednesday, October 31, 2018: 83 wells for the month; 83 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018: 83 wells for the month; 83 wells for the quarter;
  • 34510, SI/NC, MRO, Monteau USA 34-7H, Van Hook, no production data;
  • 34346, 401, Nine Point Energy, Sigma Lee 155-103-14-23-6H, Squires, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, t5/18; cum 43K 8/18; :
  • 34321, 420, Nine Point Energy, Sigma Lee 155-103-14-23-7H, Squires, 51 stages; 10 million lbs, t5/18; cum 52K 8/18; 
  • 34227, 1,269, Kraken Operating, Redfield-Colfax LE 24-13 1TFH, Lone Tree Lake, Three Forks, 60 stages; 15million lbs, t5/18; cum 78K 8/18;
  • 34186, 1,131, Kraken Operating, Redfield East 24-13 2TFH, Lone Tree Lake, Three Forks, 60 stages; 15.3 million lbs, t5/18; cum 67K 8/18;
  • 34185, 1,371, Kraken Operating, Redfield East 24-13 3H, Lone Tree Lake, 60 stages; 15.4 million lbs, t5/18; cum 88K 8/18;
  • 34184, 1,130, Kraken Operating, Redfield East 24-13 4TFH, Lone Tree Lake, Three Forks, 60 stages; 15.4 million lbs, t5/18; cum 77K 8/18;
  • 34183, 1,403, Kraken Operating Redfield East 24-13 5H, Oliver, 60 stages; 15.4 million lbs, t5/18; cum 97K 8/18;
  • 34182, 1,663, Kraken Operating, Colfax 19-18 4H, Oliver, 60 stages; 15.4 million lbs, t5/18; cum 87K 8/18;
  • 34181, 1,150, Kraken Operating, Colfax 19-18 5TFH, Oliver, Three Forks, 60 stages; 15.3 million lbs, t5/18; cum 78K 8/18;
Monday, October 29, 2018: 73 wells for the month; 73 wells for the quarter;
  • 34509, SI/NC, MRO, McKinley USA 24-7TFH, Van Hook, no production data,
  • 31260, NC, Oasis, Kjorstad 5300 34-22 5B, Willow Creek, a nice well -- listed as NC but it's been fracked and is producing very, very nicely; no IP or test date provided on scout ticket;
    t--; cum 92K 8/18;
Sunday, October 28, 2018:71 wells for the month; 71 wells for the quarter;
  • 34508, SI/NC, MRO, Dearborn USA 24-7TFH, Van Hook, no production data,
Saturday, October 27, 2018: 70 wells for the month; 70 wells for the quarter;
  • 34799, 533, Hunt, Nichols 156-90-10-15H-4, Ross, t9/18; cum 13K after one month;
  • 34507, SI/NC, MRO, Bursha USA 14-7H, Van Hook, no production data,
  • 31261, NC, Oasis, Kjorstad 5300 34-22 6T, Willow Creek, a huge well --listed as NC but it's been fracked and is producing very, very nicely; no IP or test date provided on scout ticket; t--; cum 80K 8/18;
Friday, October 26, 2018: 67 wells for the month; 67 wells for the quarter;
  • 34451, SI/NC, MRO, Greybull USA 31-18TFH, Van Hook, no production data,
Thursday, October 25, 2018: 66 wells for the month; 66 wells for the quarter;
  • 34450, SI/NC, MRO, Berry USA 21-18H, Van Hook, no production data,
  • 34121, 752, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-95-28C-27-1HS, Charlson, a nice well; t8/18; cum 28K after one month;
  • 32530, SI/NC, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4A-9-7H, Charlson, no production data, 
  • 29925, 568, Hunt, Nichols 156-90-10-15H-3, Ross, t9/18; cum 11K after 23 days;
Wednesday, October 24, 2018: 62 wells for the month; 62 wells for the quarter;
  • 33556, 1,556, CLR, Mountain Gap 2-10H1, Rattlesnake Point, a nice well: Mountain Gap wells are tracked here; t7/18; cum 47K 8/18;
  • 34666, SI/NC, MRO, Northrop 34-16H, Jim Creek, no production data, see this post.
  • 34449, SI/NC, MRO, Grant USA 21-18 TFH, Van Hook, no production data,
Tuesday, October 23, 2018: 59 wells for the month; 59 wells for the quarter;
  • 34667, SI/NC, MRO, Veddy 44-16H, Jim Creek, no production data, see this post.
Monday, October 22, 2018: 58 wells for the month; 58 wells for the quarter;
  • 34668, SI/NC, MRO, Drake 44-16H, Jim Creek, no production data, see this post.
  • 34074, SI/NC XTO, Ravin 21X-15F, Siverston, no production data,
Sunday, October 21, 2018: 56 wells for the month; 56 wells for the quarter;
  • 34687,SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 31X-10DXA, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 34220, SI/NC, Hess, RS-Howell-LW-156-91-1107H-2, Ross, no production data,
  • 34075, SI/NC, XTO, Ravin 21X-15B, Siverston, no production data,
  • 30824, 2,649, WPX, Behr 19-18H1, Reunion Bay, t7/18; cum 102K 8/18; 41 stages; 6 million lbs, huge well, 100K in less than 2 months:
Saturday, October 20, 2018: 52 wells for the month; 52 wells for the quarter;
  • 34688, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 31X-10G, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 34219, SI/NC, Hess, RS-Howell-LW-156-91-1107H-2, Ross, no production data,
  • 34076, SI/NC, XTO, Ravin 21X-15EXF, Siverston, no production data,
  • 33557, 2,103, CLR, Mountain Gap 3-10H, Rattlesnake Point, 64 stages; 15.3 million lbs, t7/18; cum 79K in two months;
  • 31859, 2,776, WPX, Behr 19-18HUL, Reunion Bay, Three Forks, 50 stages; 8.4 million lbs, t7/18; cum 101K 8/18;
Friday, October 19, 2018: 47 wells for the month; 47 wells for the quarter;
  • 34218, SI/NC, Hess, RS-Howell-LW-156-91-1107H-3, Ross, no production data,
  • 34077, SI/NC, XTO, Ravin 21X-15AXB, Siverston, no production data,
  • 33559, 2,488, CLR, Mountain Gap 5-10H, Rattlesnake Point, 64 stages; 15.2 million lbs, t7/18; cum 65K after about one month
 Thursday, October 18, 2018: 44 wells for the month; 44 wells for the quarter;
  • 34689, 627, Hunt Oil, Austin 154-90-27-22H-2, Parshall, 51 stages; 8.4 million lbs, producing nicely, t8/18; cum 30K after 35 days;
  • 34078, SI/NC, XTO, Ravin 21X-15E, Siverston, no production data,
  • 29776, 1,814, Slawson, Gobbler Federal 6-35-26TFH, Big Bend, 44 stages; 8.6 million lbs, t9/18; cum --
Wednesday, October 17, 2018: 41 wells for the month; 41 wells for the quarter;
  • 34685, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 31X-10C,  Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 34217, SI/NC, Hess, RS-Howell-LW-156-91-1107H-4, Ross, no production data,
Tuesday, October 16, 2018: 39 wells for the month; 39 wells for the quarter;
  • 34686, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 31X-10D, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 34474, SI/NC, XTO, FBIR Ironwoman 31X-10D, Heart Butte, no production data,
  • 34079, SI/NC, XTO, Ravin 21X-15A, Siverston, no production data,
  • 29774, 1,674, Slawson, Gobbler Federal 3-35-26H, Big Bend, t9/18; cum --

Monday, October 15, 2018: 35 wells for the month; 35 wells for the quarter;
  • 34473, SI/NC,  XTO, FBIR Ironwoman 31X-10G, Heart Butte, no production data, 
  • 34140, SI/NC, WPX, Raptor 13-24HEL, Reunion Bay, no production data,
  • 29773, 213, Slawson, Gobbler Federal 3-35-26TFH, Big Bend, no presidential pardon for this one, just in time for Thanksgiving; t8/18; cum --; vertical drilled in 55 hours; drilling of the curve began on May 7, 2018, just after midnight, and completed in 15 hours; the lateral section begun in late afternoon on May 9, and was drilled in 51.5 hours; TD of 20,190 feet; gas peaked at 2,717 units; the wellbore was in the zone 100%;
Sunday, October 14, 2018: 32 wells for the month; 32 wells for the quarter;
  • 34472, SI/NC,  XTO, FBIR Ironwoman 31X-10C, Heart Butte, no production data, 
  • 33821, 961,  Oasis, Lite 5393 11-11 3BX, Sanish, 50 stages; 10.1 million lbs, big well; t4/18; cum 102K 8/18; 
  • 33454, 738, Equinor Energy, Weisz 11-14 6H, Painted Woods, 48 stages; 9.5 million lbs, t4/18; cum 35K 8/18;
Saturday, October 13, 2018: 29 wells for the month; 29 wells for the quarter;
  • 34418, 930, Kraken Operating, Michelle Lauren 1H, New Home, 60 stages; 20 million lbs, a nice well; t4/18; cum 84K 8/18;
  • 34417, 679,  Kraken Operating, Ellie Rose 11TFH, New Home, 60 stages; 20 million lbs, a nice well; t4/18; cum 75K 8/18;
  • 33820, 683,  Oasis, Lite 5393 11-11 4TX, Sanish, 50 stages; 10 million lbs, a nice well; t4/18; cum 81K 8/18;
  • 33558, 2,294,  CLR, Mountain Gap 4-10H2, Rattlesnake Point, second bench; two days to drill vertical portion; the curve took about 36 hours to build; error in reporting dates so unable to tell how long it took to drill the lateral, probably two days; gas exceeded 6,000 units; at one time reaching 7,800 units; flare maxed at 5 feet; 64 stages; 10 million lbs, a huge well; t7/18; cum 77K 8/18;
  • 32019, SI/NC,  Hess, CA-Stangeland-155-95-2128H-7, Capa, no production data, 
Friday, October 12, 2018: 24 wells for the month; 24 wells for the quarter;
  • 34139, SI/NC,  WPX, Raptor 13-24HZ, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 32020, drl,  Hess, CA-Stangeland-155-95-2128H-6, Capa, no production data, 
Thursday, October 11, 2018: 22 wells for the month; 22 wells for the quarter;
  • 34645, drl,  Eagle Operating, Popinga 32-16, wildcat, no production data,
  • 32021, SI/NC,  Hess, CA-Stangeland-155-95-2128H-5, Capa, no production data, 
  • 31987, 1,063,  Oasis, Hanover Federal 5300 41-11 13TX, Willow Creek, a nice well; t4/18; cum 105K 8/18; 
Wednesday, October 10, 2018: 19 wells for the month; 19 wells for the quarter;
  • 34138, SI/NC, WPX, Raptor 13-24HY, Reunion Bay, no production data, 
  • 33328, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36H, Bear Den, no production data, 
  • 33116, 1,733, CLR, Bailey 9-24H2, Pershing, a very nice well; 37K one full month;, 66 stages; 16 million lbs; t6/18; cum 77K 8/18;
  • 32125, 1,276, CLR, Burr Federal 1-26H1, Sanish, a very nice well; 36K one full month, 62 stages; 10 million lbs; t7/18; cum 74K 8/18;
  • 32022, SI/NC,  Hess, CA-Stangeland-155-95-2128H-4, Capa, no production data, 
  • 26282, SI/NC, Bruin E&P, Fort Berthold 147-94-1B-12-5H, McGregory Buttes, no production data, 
  • 26280, SI/NC, Bruin E&P, Fort Berthold 147-94-1B-12-4H, McGregory Buttes, no production data,
Tuesday, October 9, 2018: 12 wells for the month; 12 wells for the quarter;
  • 33327, SI/NC, XTO, Dakota Federal 42X-36C, Bear Den, no production data, 
Monday, October 8, 2018: 11 wells for the month; 11 wells for the quarter;
  • 33453, 818, Equinor, Weisz 11-14 XE 1H, Painted Woods, 49 stages; 9.3 million lbs, t4/18; cum 57K 8/18;
Sunday, October 7, 2018: 10 wells for the month; 10 wells for the quarter;
  • 33529, SI/NC, Hess, AN-Gudbranson-153-94-2215H-12, Elm Tree,
Saturday, October 6, 2018: 9wells for the month; 9 wells for the quarter; 
  • 33115, 1,950, CLR, Bailey 10-24H, Pershing, a huge well, 50K-month; 4 sections, 66 stages, 16 million lbs, t6/18; cum 94K 8/18;
Friday, October 5, 2018: 8 wells for the month; 8 wells for the quarter;
  • 29978, 1,209, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-95-28C-21-3H, Charlson, t8/18; cum --
Thursday, October 4, 2018: 8 wells for the month; 8 wells for the quarter;
  • None.
Wednesday, October 3, 2018: 8 wells for the month; 8 wells for the quarter;
  • 32127, 768, CLR, Burr Federal 6-26H2, Sanish/Bakken, t7/18; cum 30K over 42 days;
  • 33114, 1,495, CLR, Bailey 11-24H2, Pershing, t6/1; cum 58K 8/18;
  • 33533, SI/NC, Hess, AAN-Gudbranson-153-94-2215H-8, Elm Tree, t--; cum --
Tuesday, October 2, 2018: 5 wells for the month; 5 wells for the quarter;
  • 25169, 1,088, Oasis, Hanover Federal,  5300 41-11 12B, Willow Creek, t4/18; cum 101K 8/18;
Monday, October 1, 2018: 4 wells for the month; 4 wells for the quarter;
  • 34371, drl, XTO, Cherry Creek State 14X-36G, Siverston, no production data, 
  • 31501, 776, CLR, Juneau 11-2H1, Brooklyn, 60 stages; 8 million lbs, t4/18; cum 41K 7/18;
  • 30633, SI/NC, Hess, SC-Hoving-LW-154-98-1003H-1, Truax, no production data, 
  • 28339, 853, Oasis, Hanover Federal 5300 41-11 11T, Willow Creek, 50 stages; 4 million lbs, t4/18; cum 98K 7/18;

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