RBN Energy: part IV in the series on natural gas pipelines; the Marcellus effect;
Active rigs: 185 (steady, down slightly)
Wells coming off confidential list:
- 20691, 928, EOG, Fertile 49-3024H, Parshall, t5/12; cum 55K 9/12;
- 21222, 519, EOG, James Kill 10-0112H, Kittleson Slough, t6/12; cum 27K 9/12;
- 21223, 572, EOG, James Hill 100-0112H, Kittleson Slough, t6/12; cum 19K 9/12;
- 21443, drl, KOG, Smokey 14-21-33-14H, Pembroke,
- 22260, 930, MRO, Landblom 24-26H, Murphy Creek, t7/12; cum 21K 9/12;
- 22277, 118, MRO, Elizabeth Ann 1-32H, St Demetrius, t7/12; cum 11K 9/12;
- 22731, 496, Slawson, Magnum 3-36-36H, Baker, t7/12; cum 13K 9/12;
- 22750, 455, Whiting, Rieckhoff 44-22, Camel Hump, a Red River well; t8/12; cum 25K 9/12;
Eight new wells permitted for the Bakken in Richland County, Montanta! Cool. Five are CLR; two are Slawson; and one is Kraken Operating.
Also, out of Montana, a huge fabrication complex in Great Falls:
ADF GROUP INC. announced on Monday that the Corporation’s Board of Directors approved an estimated US$24 million plan to build a new 100,000-square-foot structural steel fabrication complex on a 100-acres industrial site located in Great Falls, Montana.This begs the question: why is a Canadian company building a huge steel fabrication complex to support Canadian oil in the United States? That's a rhetorical question.
Under its U.S. subsidiary banner, ADF International Inc., the Corporation will be operating by the second half of 2013 its new fabrication plant which will be equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, similar to those at its Terrebonne fabrication plant. The annual fabrication capacity of this new plant is estimated at more than 25,000 tons.
According to a story published Monday in the Great Falls Tribune, the plant will initially produce modules for the Alberta oil sands.