Saturday, May 23, 2020

The Rule, Not The Exception, In The Bakken -- May 23, 2020

This is what makes the Bakken interesting, at least for me. Some time ago (I don't keep track of the dates, unfortunately, but one can sort it out in the production profile), this well was on the "AB" list -- temporarily abandoned. It was offline / no production from 6/18; to 8/19. At that time:
  • 19940, AB/1,196, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 21X-10, Heart Butte, Bakken, s6/11; t1/12; cum 231K 9/15; inactive as of 6/18; remains inactive through 4/19;
Then, the well was brought back on line and turned out to be a nice well:
  • 19940, 1,196, XTO, FBIR Yellowwolf 21X-10, Heart Butte, Bakken, s6/11; t1/12; cum 322K 3/20;
Recent production, after coming back on line:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN3-20203143194331418821861798370
BAKKEN2-202029445144354875242624080
BAKKEN1-20203148464711698524802250211
BAKKEN12-2019810751044214453645577
BAKKEN11-201989220710437352
BAKKEN10-201931335532896759592390199
BAKKEN9-2019214895360669069
BAKKEN8-20190000000

Very few folks agree with me, but I believe this is "the rule" in the Bakken, not "the exception."

This particular well is on a 10-well pad just to the west of another 6-well pad.

I do not follow the Yellowwolf wells. If I get caught up, I may do so.

The FBIR Yellowwolf wells:
  • 19940, FBIR Yellowwolf 21X-10, t1/12; cum 322K 3/20;
  • 23938....21X-10A, t8/19; cum 104K 3/20;
  • 23942....21X-10E, t8/19; cum 63K 3/20;
  • 23937....21X-10F, t8/19; cum 75K 3/20;
  • 34685....31X-10C, t8/19; cum 181K 3/20;
  • 34686....31X-10D, t8/19; cum 164K 3/20;
  • 34687....31X019DXA, t8/19; cum 116K 3/20;
  • 34688....31X-10G, t8/19; cum 94K 3/20;
 

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