Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The Predictability Of The Bakken -- October 16, 2019

Again, another example of "how predictable" the Bakken. Over on the "monster well" page, this monster Whiting well was taken off line a few months ago. My hunch: a neighboring well is being fracked. And that was exactly the case.

The following wells all went off line back in April, 2019, and remain off line. Meanwhile, a newer well is reported to be a DUC by the NDIC. FracFocus, however, shows that the well has been fracked. The neighboring wells that are offline while the newer well is being fracked:
  • 17912,
  • 18109,
  • 25331, 
  • 25164 (see below),
The monster well taken off line:
  • 25164, IA/768, Whiting, Hauge 41-3H, t5/13; cum 378K 4/19; went off line 4/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • fracked: 9/9/19 - 9/14/19
  • completion: 8.8 million gallons of water; moderate size frack; 89.66% water by mass; 9.9% sand by mass

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