Monday, October 26, 2020

MRO Reports Huge Wells In The Bakken -- October 26, 2020

These are no longer atypical wells in the Bakken. If they were atypical we would be seeing headlines in The Bismarck Tribune and comments from Lynn Helms regarding these wells. In fact, crickets.

These are the type of wells that have Saudi Arabia and Russia concerned. 

Vladimir Putin gave it away when he recently pointed out North Dakota by name, talking about how good the wells in North Dakota are -- but noting that the shale revolution is temporary. It is. Probably lasting about one hundred years in North Dakota, longer in the Permian. 

See this incredible comment from Vladimir Putin.

These wells all had moderate fracks.

These were reported today:

Four producing wells (DUCs) reported as completed:
  • 36912, drl/A, MRO, Prairie Chicken USA 11-3TFH, Antelope-Sanish, t--; cum 245K 8/20; a huge well; 33-053-09195; SWSW 34-152-94; fracked 3/9/20 - 3/21/20; 7.3 million gallons of water, percent of water by mass not provided;
  • 36913, drl/A, MRO, Zandra USA 21-3TFH-2B, Antelope-Sanish, t--; cum 235K 8/20; a huge well; 33-053-09196; SWSW 34-152094; fracked 3/9/20 - 3/21/20; 7.9 million gallons of water; percent of water by mass not provided;
  • 36915, drl/A, MRO, Ardella USA 21-3TFH, Antelope-Sanish, t--; cum 142K 8/20; a huge well; 33-053-09198, SWSW 34-152094; fracked 3/9/20 - 3/21/20; 6.9 million gallons of water; percent water by mass not provided;
  • 37284, drl/A, MRO, Mandan USA 34-10H, Antelope-Sanish, t--; cum 54K over 15 days, 33-053-09325; NESE 15-151-94; fracked 7/24/20 - 8/3/20; 7.0 million gallons of water; percent of water by mass, 87.5%;

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The MRO DUCs That Were Reported Today

Record IPs are tracked at this post.


37284, 54,169 bbls over 14 days extrapolates to 116,076 bbls over 30 days, bbls of oil (not boe):

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
SANISH8-202014541695288638183795376276613513

36915, 69,534 bbls over 24 days extrapolates to 86,918bbls over 30 days, bbls of oil (not boe):

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
SANISH8-20202311942120893411017982133963676
SANISH7-202024695346928530076962464821243334
SANISH6-20202380242721524442604217
SANISH5-20201656980564763589975316072037
SANISH4-20202002801500150

36913 48,423 bbls over 15 days extrapolates to 96,8466 bbls over 30 days, bbls of oil (not boe):

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
SANISH8-202031280532792415950993828573710479
SANISH7-2020314658446921206101262967027252186
SANISH6-202029595345947325899862804006442184
SANISH5-20202552745532742839771904068865
SANISH4-20201548423474282826368320065487

36912, 60,188 bbls over 22 days extrapolates to 82,075 bbls over 30 days, bbls of oil (not boe):

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
SANISH8-202031389363879833932713195646811640
SANISH7-2020317484275082411051170426351748256
SANISH6-202029615536154040099871334115441816
SANISH5-20202260188598425420682971079494
SANISH4-20204906488781125612130011601

2 comments:

  1. ND has some nice wells, but you have a bad habit of over-emphasizing outliers rather than average wells. Also, initial production.

    In any case, if those MRO wells were the average well and there was plenty of rock available like that, we would have more rigs running right now. But we don't. Because those wells are not the average.

    "OK." ;-)

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