Sunday, December 27, 2020

Two XTO Wells Have Recently Gone Over 500K Bbls Crude Oil Cumulative -- December 27, 2020

This page will not be updated. The XTO Bobcat Federal wells are tracked here

The wells, note that both are still flowing (no pump) according to the NDIC:

  • 34356, 1,305, XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35A, Bear Creek;  33-025-03405, t6/19; cum 550K 10/20 F; see this post;
  • 34358, 30 (no typo), XTO, Bobcat Federal 14X-35EXH, Bear Creek,  33-025-03407, 60 stages; 12.0 million lbs; t5/19; cum 480K 10/10; see this post; F; this well is producing about 15,000 bbls/month;

Weekly Edition Of "Focus On Fracking" Has Posted -- December 27, 2020

Link here. The lede:

Oil falls first time in 8 weeks on spread of mutant virus; US oil supplies now more than 50% above the 2010-2014 average.

That is truly incredible: US oil supplies now more than 50% above the 2010 - 2014 average. The Bakken was just hitting its stride in 2010, then pretty much peaked by 2014. 

LNG -- Asia -- December 27, 2020

Link here, from December 18, 2020:
Spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) delivery in Asia jumped to a six-year high this week as lower-than-normal temperatures in key LNG importers and continued growth in China’s industrial activity boost demand.

Spot LNG prices for January delivery have jumped to over $12 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) as a cold snap in parts of the major LNG importers Japan, China, and South Korea raises demand for electricity and heating.

Moreover, China’s industrial output continued to grow in November, also boosting demand for power.

The prices of LNG in Asia have recovered from less than $2/mmBtu in the spring when the winter heating season had already ended, and the pandemic created a massive oversupply of LNG globally as lockdowns heavily depressed demand for natural gas.

Here We Go-- December 27, 2020

Wow, look how effective the new vaccine is, link here:  

Futures: Since about 4:00 p.m. CT I've been following futures. The three major indices continue to climb the wall of worry, not much, but definitely trending in the "right" direction. 

Futures look really, really nice right now. 

And guess what? Breaking? President Trump signs the Covid-19 relief bill. It's gonna be a great Santa Claus rally. [Later: since the news broke that President Trump signed the bill, futures are moving up quickly.]

Santa Claus rally, from the internets:

The Santa Claus rally refers to the last five trading  days of December and the first two trading days of January. Since 1950, notes the Stock Trader's Almanac, the S&P 500 has averaged gains of 1.3 per cent over this period. That sounds modest, but it's one of the best seven-day periods in the year. By this definition, the current "SCR" began on/about December 23, and will run though the rest of this week, and through Monday/Tuesday, January 4 - 5, 2021, next week.
Disclaimer: this is not an investment site.  Do not make any investment, financial, job, career, travel, or relationship decisions based on what you read here or think you may have read here.  

Chinese flu watch: this is not surprising. We will see how it plays out.

By the way, this is really, really cool. If Europe doesn't want the vaccine, that will leave a lot more for the US. This is quite incredible. 

For the record, since leaving the military, I've had only one vaccination -- a tetanus booster back in 2018. I retired from the USAF on July 1, 2007 -- wow, 13.5 years ago. I had more than enough vaccinations in the military to last me a lifetime. LOL. I have no plans to get any more vaccinations except the tetanus booster every ten years. I'm "giving" my vaccine to someone who needs it more than I do.

Sophia and St Thomas, Christmas, 2020

After her dad got the catamaran headed in the correct direction, Sophia took over:

Just For Fun -- Out Of Portland -- December 27, 2020

Two Things: Class 8 And EV -- December 27, 2020

EVs are coming; the rest is already here:

Note the diversity of drivers, especially age and gender, and the watches these drivers are wearing.

Also, even more interesting / more important: look at the number of views this video has logged so far: 1,197,196 views. 

Meanwhile, Daimler showcases its second-generation autonomous Freightliner Cascadia, November 13, 2020.

It was Daimler Trucks that lit the autonomous trucking fuse in North America when its revolutionary Inspiration autonomous concept truck drove itself across Nevada’s Hoover Dam in 2015. 
The splashy press-reveal set off a debate that still rages today about the If, How and When merits of autonomous trucks. 
Five years on, Daimler is focusing on a more deliberate, nuanced, development program that puts driver safety at the center of its autonomous trucks R&D. 
At a press briefing attached to the official press reveal of the new Western Star 49X Class 8 vocational truck at the company’s proving grounds outside of Madras, Oregon, Anika Friesinger, director and project leader of DTNA’s Autonomous Vehicles program, briefed journalists on the current status of the company’s efforts and its new collaborations with Torc Robotics and Waymo
Friesinger noted that DTNA is now refining its second-generation autonomous truck, based on its current new Cascadia Class 8 on-highway tractor. Two recent versions of the autonomous Cascadia trucks were on display at Madras, and both provided hints as to how this emerging technology will change truck designs in the coming years. 
Most noticeable on the tractors were large, front bumper assemblies – similar to aluminum cattle pushers common on trucks running in areas with wild game and farm animals – and large, circular-shaped lidar clusters mounted above the cab doors on both sides of the trucks. These assemblies are essentially sensor housings, packed full of cameras, radar and lidar systems that constantly feed operational telemetry to the truck’s on-board computers, as well as to the Detroit DT automated transmission. It is worth noting that automated transmissions have evolved to become the “brains” of a modern tractor-trailer. 
And autonomous technology has taken the capabilities and responsibilities handled by these vehicle systems to levels of data management and operational commands that were unimaginable a few years ago.

Pay special attention to the side signal placement at the 5:00 minute mark on the video.  

By the way, does Waymo sound familiar?

From wiki:

Waymo LLC is an American autonomous driving technology development company
It is a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc, the parent company of Google
Waymo operates a commercial self-driving taxi service that operates in the greater Phoenix, Arizona area called "Waymo One", with Chandler, Arizona fully mapped. 
In October 2020, the company expanded the service to the public, and it is the only self-driving commercial service that operates without safety backup drivers in the vehicle. 
Waymo also is developing its driving technology for use in other vehicles, including delivery vans and Class 8 tractor-trailers for delivery and logistics.

More on Waymo and Daimler, press release:

Daimler Trucks and Waymo have signed a broad, global, strategic partnership to deploy autonomous SAE L4 technology
Their initial effort will combine Waymo's industry-leading automated driver technology with a unique version of Daimler's Freightliner Cascadia, to enable autonomous driving.
Waymo brings over a decade of experience building the World's Most Experienced Driver™, having driven over 20 million miles on public roads across 25 U.S. cities and 15 billion miles in simulation. 
Daimler Trucks North America, Daimler Trucks' U.S. subsidiary, parent company of the Freightliner brand and the U.S. market leader in commercial vehicle manufacturing, provides their experience in developing state of the art Class 8 vehicles. 
Both Waymo and Daimler Trucks share the common goal of improving road safety and efficiency for fleet customers. The autonomous Freightliner Cascadia truck, equipped with the Waymo Driver, will be available to customers in the U.S. in the coming years. Waymo and Daimler Trucks will investigate expansion to other markets and brands in the near future.

From 2018, "EV truck excitement is off the chart, all roads lead to Amazon," right on schedule:

Western Star.

Daimler unveils electric Freightliner Cascadia. June 6, 2018.

Daimler Trucks will launch a full line of electric trucks and buses starting with small scale pilot programs later this year and ramping up to full-scale production by 2021.
The company unveiled a nearly silent, electric version of its flagship Freightliner Cascadia heavy-duty truck at the Portland International Raceway during a meeting with Wall Street analysts and investors in Portland, Oregon, Tuesday (2018).

Not the kind of truck driver with whom I'm familiar (her dog, by the way, is named, "Dakota." Wow I need to take another road trip. LOL. I've just added another YouTube subscription. She has a "Corky," also. "Lucky." This is a must-watch video -- right to the end.

Class 8 Truck Manufacturing Hits All-Time Records -- December 27, 2020


January 3, 2021: demand boosts average price for used Class 8 trucks in November, 2020. Link here

Original Post



See also: Daimler Freightliner Cascadia


Class 8 trucks aren't the only "thing" in high demand

July 10, 2020: we should have seen it coming. Last summer. Amazon begins rolling out bigger UPS and FedEx-style delivery trucks. Link here.

The world's largest online retailer ordered more than 2,200 heavy-duty Utilimaster "walk-in" delivery trucks from Shyft Group, SHYF.O, a Michigan-based specialty vehicle company, an Amazon spokeswoman told Reuters. The company declined to say how many of the vehicles have been sent to Amazon delivery contractors, or where they would be deployed.

Amazon is under pressure to make good on one- and two-day deliveries promised to customers who subscribe to its $119 annual Prime service. Orders for food, computers, toys and exercise equipment surged after states issued stay-at-home orders to battle the pandemic, overwhelming Amazon’s network and adding days and even weeks to delivery times.

November 30, 2020: if you missed the July story, we saw it again last month. FedEx, UPS can't get enough vans to keep up with delivery rush. Link here.  

Urged by the couriers to purchase any vans they can scrounge up, leasing companies are dipping into the used market. Added demand in the rental market “is creating shortages,” a UPS spokesman said by email. FedEx is even paying a stipend to its contractors to offset the extra cost of renting.

“If there’s a cargo van out there, we’re trying to buy it,” said Brendan Keegan, chief executive officer of Merchants Fleet, which provides vehicles to package delivery companies. It expects to have 15,000 vans out for lease at year’s end, up from 6,000 a year earlier.

Wow, I Love It When The Correct Question Is Asked -- Sunday, December 27, 2020

First things first: if I recall correctly, the "traditional" definition for a recession required two quarters of negative GDP growth.

Next: see this post. You can assume Target and Walmart are not standing by watching this build-out go unmatched. 

Which brings us to the question of the day: how is all that product getting to the warehouses and then to the customer? The product isn't getting there by itself. See this post.

After that question, comes the second question: what else is driving this? Historically truck manufacturers wait until the outcome of a presidential election to decide when / if to increase orders. This year's election was held November 3, 2020. Manufacturers know taxes will be going up in 2021.


Railroads slashed jobs in November to lowest in decades. Link here.

As is the case with many jobs on this list, improved technology and automation will make locomotive firers all but obsolete. Positive train control, or PTC, is a system of computers that communicate with each other to make train travel safer. The system is becoming widely used on American railways and is automating many aspects of locomotive firers’ jobs.

“When you go to work now, it’s like going into a funeral home,” Hollandsworth said. “What three people used to do, one person is doing now.”

Automation holds great promise for the future of railroad safety and efficiency. Today, automation of inspection technology and Positive Train Control (PTC) has started to deliver on its great promise to reduce the impact of human error and go beyond human limitations to make railroad operations safer and more efficient. 
Recently, an advanced algorithm analyzed the track alignment — known as track geometry — of more than 1,500 curves in track in just a few hours, whereas it would have taken a team of four people 10 months to manually complete the same task
Today, all Class I railroads use some sort of automated technology for inspections to supplement the manual inspections required by federal regulation. With increased use enabled by next generation technology and modifications to federal regulation, railroads will be able to conduct safety inspections more frequently, detect more flaws more reliably and respond more quickly while keeping workers out of harm’s way.

Notes From All Over -- 2nd Day Of Christmas -- December 27, 2020

Santa Claus rally: last five days of December and first two days of January. 

The twelve days of Christmas, from wiki, December 25 - January 5, inclusive.

In 567, the Council of Tours "proclaimed the twelve days from Christmas to Epiphany as a sacred and festive season, and established the duty of Advent fasting in preparation for the feast." 
Christopher Hill, as well as William J. Federer, states that this was done in order to solve the "administrative problem for the Roman Empire as it tried to coordinate the solar Julian calendar with the lunar calendars of its provinces in the east."

Epiphany - Three Kings' Day: everything is variable --

  • traditionally: January 6
  • often: the first Sunday after January 1
  • Epiphany Eve, eve of Epiphany: Twelfth Night
  • and, yes, Shakespeare's eponymously-named play

Santa Claus Rally

Retail sales: up 3% this holiday season.

  • MasterCard data posted December 26, 2020;
  • e-commerce sales jumped almost 50% year-over-year;
  • e-commerce made up almost 20% of total retail sales;
  • number of people shopping online estimated to have jumped 44%;
  • home furniture and furnishings jumping 16%;
  • holiday season this year was expanded from October 11, 2020, to December 24, 2020;
  • expanded due to fact that many brick-and-mortar stores faced Fauci-capacity restraints;

Recession: if I recall, "traditional" definition required two quarters of negative GDP growth.

Batteries -- Idle Thoughts -- December 27, 2020

The discussion of batteries will center around five or six issues, at least.

  • commercial vs residential vs individual
  • household vs wearable
  • cost
  • efficiency / technology
  • time between charging

New York City -- Op-Ed 


December 28, 2020: a reader replies. 

Original Note 

New York City is about to buy 45 seconds of back-up power for one-half billion dollars.  And no one seems to care. Mention this to a New Yorker and at best you will get a shrugged shoulder. Guaranteed.

New York won't be able to buy its way out of blackouts -- Watts Up With That -- December 25, 2020. Link here.

New York City will soon be home to the world’s biggest utility-scale battery system, designed to back up its growing reliance on intermittent renewables. At 400 MWh this batch of batteries will be more than triple the 129 MWh world leader in Australia.

NYC presently peaks at around 32,000 MW needed to keep the lights on.  

So for reliability we need, say, seven days of backup, which is 168 hours. Here’s the math:

32,000 MW x 168 hours = 5,376,000 MWh of stored juice needed to just make it.  Mind you for normal reliability we usually add 20% or so. 

400 MWh is not “significant scale. It is infinitesimal scale. Nothing. Nada. Might as well not exist.

[I estimate 45 seconds of backup power from the facility. Someone correct me if I’m wrong~CR]

Cost: how much will this 45 seconds of backup power cost? If you are a New Yorker, I hope you are sitting down.

Cost: how much will this 45 seconds of backup power cost? One-half billion dollars.  

So, what would it cost to reliably back up wind power for NYC? $8 trillion.  

We have no idea how to make 5 million MWh of batteries work together. The tiny 400 will be a challenge. It may not be possible.

Whoo-Hoo! Least Expensive Electricity In The US In October? Texas -- EIA -- December 27, 2020

Link here.

Electricity monthly update, October, 2020, EIA: link here

Daily peak prices, per MWh:

  • Texas (ERCOT): $15.50, October 19, 2020
  • Louisiana (into Entergy): $17
  • New York City (NYISO: $18
  • New England (ISONE): $18
  • Mid-Atlantic (PJM): $19
  • Midwest (MISO): $20

But then look at this, where California experienced its hottest October on record, average temp:

  • southern California (CAISO): $113
  • northern California (CAISO): $111
  • southwest California (Palo Verde): $83

One more reason why California companies are moving to Texas. 


Most electricity systems experienced peak demand levels typical of shoulder months with mild weather. The highest daily peak demand in October for New England (ISONE), New York State (NYISO), and the Mid-Atlantic (PJM) remained below 56% of each systems’ all-time peak. In the Midwest, daily peak demand in MISO remained below 62% of that systems’ all-time peak. Southern Company stayed below 67% of its all-time peak.

These low demand levels present great opportunities for system operators to perform maintenance this month in-between the higher demand summer and winter seasons.

Progress Florida and Texas (ERCOT) demand levels continued to be more summer-like as temperatures remain elevated in those areas deeper into Autumn.

The highest demand levels’ relative to normal occurred in California, where the CAISO system hit 85% of its all-time maximum level as California experienced its hottest October on record.

The Slawson Osprey Federal Wells In Big Bend

The wells:

  • 36254, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 8-26-29TF2H, Big Bend,
  • 36253, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal  4-26-29TFH, Big Bend,
  • 36252, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal  2-26-29, Big Bend,
  • 36251, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal  5-26-29TFH, Big Bend,
  • 36250, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal  3-26-29H, Big Bend,
  • 36249, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 9-26-29TF2H, Big Bend,
  • 31435, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal 10 SLTF2H,
  • 33991, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal 4-26-29TFHPNC,
  • 33990, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal  8-26-29TF2HPNC,
  • 33989, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal  2-26-29HPNC,
  • 33988, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal  5-26-29TFHPNC,
  • 33987, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal  3-26-29HPNC,
  • 33986, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal  9-26-29TF2HPNC,
  • 31434, IA/2,147, Slawson, Osprey Federal  2 SLH, Big Bend, t5/18; cum 347K 2/20; taken off line 3/20; remains off line 10/20;
  • 31433, 2,153, Slawson, Osprey Federal 7-26-29TFH, Big Bend, t5/18; cum 264K 9/20; taken off line 10/20;
  • 31432, PNC, Slawson, Osprey Federal 10-26-25-30TF2H,
  • 31431, 655, Slawson, Osprey Federal 6-26-29TFH, Bug Bebdm t5/18; cu 275K 9/20; taken off line 10/20;
  • 18749, 502, Slawson, Osprey Federal 1-26-25-30H, Big Bend, t9/10; cum 450K 9/20; taken off line 10/10; had a nice jump in production, 8/18; see full production profile here;

The graphics:

Initial Production Data For Wells Coming Off Confidential List This Week -- December 27, 2020

The wells:

  • 36706, conf, Hess, BL-Amelia-156-95-1514H-8, Beaver Lodge,
DateOil RunsMCF Sold
  • 36381, conf, Hess, EN-Enger-156-94-1423H-5, Big Butte,
DateOil RunsMCF Sold
  • 36250, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 3-26-29H, Big Bend, no production data, 
  • 36251, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 2-26-29H, Big Bend, no production data, 
  • 36681, conf, Hess, BL-Iverson C-155-96-2314H-10, Beaver Lodge,
DateOil RunsMCF Sold
  • 36252, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 2-26-29H, Big Bend, no production data,
  • 36253, conf,  Slawson, Osprey Federal 4-26-29TFH, Big Bend, no production data,

New Wells Reporting 1Q21

Monday, January 18, 2021: 25 for the month, 25 for the quarter, 25 for the year.
37502, conf, CLR, Miles 14-6HSL,
37226, conf, XTO, Kulczyk 43X-17FXG2,
37063, conf, Hess, EN-Labar-154-94-1003H-6,

Sunday, January 17, 2021: 22 for the month, 22 for the quarter, 22 for the year.
37644, conf, XTO, Kulczk 43X-17BXC,

Saturday, January 16, 2021: 21 for the month, 21 for the quarter, 21 for the year.
37201, conf, Hess, TI-Fossaa-158-94-1819H-1,
37017, conf, Hess, BL-Amelia-LS-156-95-1514H-1,

Friday, January 15, 2021: 19 for the month, 19 for the quarter, 19 for the year.

  • 36379, drl/A, Hess, EN-Enger-156-94-1423H-4, 33-061-04468, Big Butte, first production, 7/20; t--; cum 122K 11/20;

Thursday, January 14, 2021: 18 for the month, 18 for the quarter, 18 for the year.

  • 37061, drl/A, Hess, EN-Labar-154-94-1003H-4, Alkali Creek, first production, 7/20; t--; cum 131K 11/20; 

Wednesday, January 13, 2021: 17 for the month, 17 for the quarter, 17 for the year.

  • 5455, drl/A, QEP, MHA 7-29-30H-150-92, 33-061-04302, Van Hook, first production, 6/20; t--; cum 207K 11/20;

Tuesday, January 12, 2021: 16 for the month, 16 for the quarter, 16 for the year.

  • None.

Monday, January 11, 2021: 16 for the month, 16 for the quarter, 16 for the year.

  • 36548, conf, Oasis, Thelen 5297 11-6 4B, Banks, nice well;
  • 36547, conf, Oasis, Thelen 5297 11-6 3TX, Banks, nice well;

Sunday, January 10, 2021: 14 for the month, 14 for the quarter, 14 for the year.

  • 37461, conf, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-13C-12-3H, Phelps Bay,

Saturday, January 9, 2021: 13 for the month, 13 for the quarter, 13 for the year.

  • 37460, conf, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-13C-12-4H, Phelps Bay,
  • 37459, conf, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-13D-12-5H, Phelps Bay,
  • 36709, conf, Hess, BL-Amelia-156-95-1514H-11, Beaver Lodge, nice well;
  • 36708, conf, Hess, BL, Amelia-156-95-1514H-10, Beaver Lodge; nice well;
  • 36380, conf, Hess, EN-Person-156-94-1102H-6, Big Butte; big well;

Friday, January 8, 2021: 8 for the month, 8 for the quarter, 8 for the year.

  • 37458, loc/NC, Petro-Hunt, USA153-95-13D-12-6H, Phelps Bay,
  • 35453, drl/A, QEP, MHA 7-27-26H-150-92, V33-061-04300, an Hook, first production, 6/20; t--; cum 151K 11/20;

Thursday, January 7, 2021: 6 for the month, 6 for the quarter, 6 for the year.

  • 37457, loc/NC,  Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-13D-12-7H,

Wednesday, January 6, 2021: 5 for the month, 5 for the quarter, 5 for the year.

  • None.

Tuesday, January 5, 2021: 5 for the month, 5 for the quarter, 5 for the year.

  • 36707, drl/A, Hess, Bl-Amelia-156-95-1514H-10, Beaver Lodge, first production, 7/20; t--; cum 64K 11/20;
  • 36241, loc/NC, BR, Stortroen 1C TFH, Dimmick Lake,

Monday, January 4, 2021: 3 for the month, 3 for the quarter, 3 for the year.

  • 36706, drl/A, Hess, BL-Amelia-156-95-1514H-8, Beaver Lodge, first production, 7/20, t--; cum 88K 11/20;

Sunday, January 3, 2021: 2 for the month, 2 for the quarter, 2 for the year.

  • 36381, drl/A, Hess, EN-Enger-156-94-1423H-5, Big Butte, first production, 7/20; t--; cum 82K 11/20; see below

Saturday, January 2, 2021: one for the month, one for the quarter, one for the year.

  • None.

Friday, January 1, 2021: one for the month, one for the quarter, one for the year.

  • 36250, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 3-26-29H, Big Bend, no production data.
Data for 1Q21: This Page
Data for 4Q20: 4Q20
Data for 3Q20: 3Q20
Data for 2Q20: 2Q20
Data for 1Q20: 1Q20
Data for 4Q19: 4Q19
Data for 3Q19:  3Q19
Data for 2Q19: 2Q19
Data for 1Q19: 1Q19
Data for 4Q18: 4Q18
Data for 3Q18: 3Q18
Data for 2Q18: 2Q18
Data for 1Q18: 1Q18
Data for 4Q17: 4Q17
Data for 3Q17: 3Q17
Data for 4Q16: 4Q16
Data for 3Q16: 3Q16
Data for 2Q16: 2Q16
Data for 1Q16: 1Q16
Data for 4Q15: 4Q15
Data for 3Q15: 3Q15
Data for 2Q15: 2Q15
Data for 1Q15: 1Q15
Data for 4Q14: 4Q14
Data for 3Q14: 3Q14
Data for 2Q14: 2Q14
Data for 1Q14: 1Q14
Data for 4Q13: 4Q13
Data for 3Q13: 3Q13
Data for 2Q13: 2Q13
Data for 1Q13: 1Q13
Data for 4Q12: 4Q12
Data for 3Q12: 3Q12
Data for 2Q12: 2Q12
  Data for 1Q12: 1Q12   
Data for 4Q11: 4Q11 
Data for 3Q11: 3Q11 
Data for 2Q11: 2Q11 
 Data for 1Q11: 1Q11  
 Data for 2H10: 2H10 
Through 1H10: 1H10

Wells Coming Off The Confidential List This Next Week -- December 27, 2020

Monday, January 4, 2021:
36706, conf, Hess, BL-Amelia-156-95-1514H-8,

Sunday, January 3, 2021:
36381, conf, Hess, EN-Enger-156-94-1423H-5,

Saturday, January 2, 2021:

Friday, January 1, 2021:
36250, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 3-26-29H,

Thursday, December 31, 2020:
None. There was no June 31, 2020.

Wednesday, December 30, 2020:
36251, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 2-26-29H,

Tuesday, December 29, 2020:
36681, conf, Hess, BL-Iverson C-155-96-2314H-10,
36252, conf, Slawson, Osprey Federal 2-26-29H,

Monday, December 28, 2020:
36253, conf,  Slawson, Osprey Federal 4-26-29TFH,

Sunday, December 27, 2020:

Saturday, December 26, 2020: