- 16123, 349, Denbury Onshore/BR, CHSU 22D-5NH 16, t6/06; Cedar Hills, targeted the South Red River B formation, cum 1.012145 million 11/18;
|Pool||Date||Days||BBLS Oil||Runs||BBLS Water||MCF Prod||MCF Sold||Vent/Flare|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||11-2018||30||1971||1963||22962||0||0||0|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||10-2018||31||1908||1899||23421||598||160||438|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||9-2018||30||1832||1836||22591||809||0||809|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||8-2018||31||1738||1749||21714||769||0||769|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||7-2018||31||1656||1655||19875||666||0||666|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||6-2018||30||1661||1659||18706||652||0||652|
|SOUTH RED RIVER B||5-2018||31||1915||1912||22116||741||0||741|
- 1,012,145 - 1,000,000 = 12,145 bbls.
I already know that one reader is going to point out that is not an oil well. It is a water well that happens to produce a bit of oil. The reader will note that the well is producing 20,000 bbls of water for every 2,000 bbls of oil, and it gets expensive disposing of all that water.