Wednesday, October 16, 2013

"Things To Follow Up On"



I've tried different methods as reminders; nothing has worked very well. Maybe this will work.
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April 7, 2021: these wells in the vicinity of 20 Angus Federal / Simmental Federal wells fracked in late 2020;

  • 20804, off line, 11/20 - 2/21; t2/13; cum 348K 11/20;
  • 20805, off line, 11/20 - 2/21; t2/13; cum 367K 11/20;
  • 24473, off line, 11/20 - 2/21; t2/13; cum 402K 11/20;
  • 23493, off line, 12/20 - 2/21; t6/13; cum 342K 11/20;
  • 23494, off line, 11/20 - 2/21; t6/13; cum 489K 11/20;
  • 23495, off line 12/20 - 2/21; one day of production, 2/21; t6/13; cum 372K 11/20;
  • 23496, off line, 11/20 - 2/21; t5/13; cum 390K 11/20;

April 3, 2021: #20206, CLR's Long Creek Unit original well.

April 3, 2021: #22041; an old Hess well that cuts right through CLR's Long Creek Unit;

March 19, 2021: this well and several others have just come off line and I can't find reason --

  • 18153, 647, Marathon, Brodahl 31-25H (2 sec), Big Bend, t9/09; cum 453K 11/20; off line 12/20, remains off line 1/21;

March 1, 2021:

  • 22418, 724, Hess, BW-Spring Creek-149-99-1201H-1, Cherry Creek, t12/12; cum 120K 10/20; remains off line 1/21 while neighboring wells are fracked.

January 21, 2021: #17771; previously fracked a second time; now neighboring wells being fracked; still off line 1/21;

January 11, 2021: #18692; huge MRO wells in Reunion Bay fracked directly across this horizontal; IA noted January 11, 2021;

December 29, 2020: nice production but no frack data; was this well ever fracked? #33929.  As of February 9, 2021 no FracFocus data; a second bench Three Forks well; stimulation test, March 7, 2020, but no data;

December 16, 2020: #24163, #24164 -- huge Enerplus Cloud pad fracked next to these two wells; no halo effect for #24163; #24164 still off line;

December 3, 2020: #36887 (33-061-04580; Amber Renee 250-36H-R; Sanish) and #36888  (33-061-04581; Sophia Drake 25-36H-R; Sanish)-- update here; see this note; still no production data, 1/21;

November 30, 2020: #16059. Well to be re-entered and lengthened. Recently updated; back on confidential list; remains confidential 11/20; no data since;

November 26, 2020: #30286; five wells to be fracked in immediate area;

November 14, 2020: #20669, #24713; two different pads; look at them both;on either side of a seven-well pad in the process of being drilled/completed; #24713 still off line; #20669 not remarkable;

November 2, 2020: #24111, #24112, #24113 -- completed/being completed; many neighboring recently fracked wells;

October 29, 2020: #21217, four wells will be fracked on either side of this well; a WPX, inside the reservations; 10-fold jump in production;

October 6, 2020:

  • 36079, conf-->loc-->loc/NC, Petro-Hunt, Hartman 144-97-5B-8-2H, Little Knife, 
    • sister well on this pad:
      • 20860, 540, Petro-Hunt, Hartman 144-97-5A-8-1H, Little Knife, t7/12; cum 138K 11/20; a stripper well as of 2020; 27 stages; 3.3 million lbs proppant; a lousy well from the very beginning;

    September 22, 2020: #20995; four new wells cut right across this old horizontal running at 90°; see this interim update;

    August 12, 2020: fresh water by mass only 60% in these three Enerplus wells; 10% produced water by mass used in the fracks;

    • 35600, SI/NC-->SI/A-->GL/A, Enerplus, Alto 149-94-33C-28H-TF, Eagle Nest, first production, 2/20; t--; cum 199K 1/21; did not shut down; however, only 24 days in 6/20; a 28K month; from Fracfocus: 5.6 million gallons of water, moderate (almost small) frack; fourteen days to frack; water: 59.99% by mass; if that's accurate, that's remarkable; generally, water by mass runs 87% to 92%;
    • 35599, SI/NC-->SI/A-->GL/A, Enerplus, Haze 149-94-33C-28H-TF, Eagle Nest, first production, 2/20; t--; cum 228K 12/20; did not shut down; 29 days in 6/20; a 34K month; from Fracfocus: 8.3 million gallons of water, moderately large frack; fourteen days to frack; water: 60.57% by mass; if that's accurate, that's remarkable; generally, water by mass runs 87% to 92%;
    • 35598, SI/NC-->SI/A-->GL/A, Enerplus, Vapor 149-94-33C-28H-TF, Eagle Nest, first production, 2/20; t--; cum 183K 12/20;  did not shut down, but only 10 days in 6/20; a 33K month; from Fracfocus: 8.5 million gallons of water, moderately large frack; fourteen days to frack; water: 60.66% by mass; if that's accurate, that's remarkable; generally, water by mass runs 87% to 92%;

    July 3, 2020: the HBU Marmon Federal wells; particularly the parent well, #18143

    June 7, 2020: watch this 2018 well hit 500K soon: #33524, maybe at end of 2020? t1/18; cum 478K 1/21;

    May 16, 2020: #21630 -- just came off line; 5-well pad; rig on site; new wells being drilled/completed; MRO; Reunion Bay; remains off line, 5/20; back on line 12/20; nice jump in production 1/21; wait to see if it's sustained;

    May 12, 2020: #21800, #21801, #21802, #21807, #21805, #21803; some of these wells are showing minimal production in 5/20;

    May 11, 2020: #16683; just taken off line (2/20); much activity in the area; remains off line 11/20;

    May 10, 2020: #20803; Palmer 1-25H; a dozen Palmer/Palmer Federal wells recently completed; #20803, with 3,376 bbls over 17 days, 8/20; May 7, 2020: #16772; lots of neighboring fracking;

    May 4, 2020: #36825, link here;

    April 24, 2020: MRO wells in Reunion Bay near recently fracked wells -- #22640, #21608, #26464, #18243; see this note;

    April 22, 2020: MRO wells in Reunion Bay near recently fracked wells -- #26464, #26463, #26462, #26461, #21466, #23209;

    April 14, 2020: Petro-Shale wells in Croff oil field; this post. See this update.

    April 13, 2020: #21513, offline 2/20; wells on same pad being drilled; remains off line 11/20;



    April 10, 2020: watch several of these wells go over 500K in mid-2020.

    April 7, 2020: #16579; off line; surrounded by not less than six wells that soon to be fracked; huge wells in the area; Dodge wells in Dimmick Lake; remains off line 4/20;

    April 4, 2020: #15923; off line; surrounded by many wells being fracked; off line 10/19; remains off line 4/20;

    April 4, 2020: #29878, #29879, #29881, off line; surrounded by many wells being fracked; #29881 off line 4/20;

    April 2, 2020: #22513; five new wells in the vicinity. Off line 1/20; remains off line 4/20; back on line10/20; looks like small jump in production;

    March 22, 2020: 25828, 2,880, BR, Rising Sun 21-1MBH-5NH, Clear Creek, t9/13; cum 298 10/19; off line as of 11/19; all the Rising Sun wells (except one) have come off line; #25828 remains off line 4/20; coming back on line 9/20; looking good;

    March 19, 2020: *************neighboring wells soon to be fracked? #37072, #37071, #37070, and #37069; watch halo effect on #21789, Enerplus Earth Lodge off line 1/20; remains off line 11/20; back on line for 9 days 8/20 but back off line 9/20; update here;

    March 18, 2020: ************** approved for re-entry; will be re-fracked when new wells to the west are fracked, scheduled for August, 2020 -- #37159, #37158, #37157, #37156, #37315 (these wells are now on drl status -- November 15, 2020):
    The well:
    • 17256, IA/430, MRO, Reiss Ranch 24-10H, Killdeer, t7/08; cum 228K 2/20;
    March 15, 2020: *****#30777, 1,960, BR, CCU Red River 7-2-15TFH, NWNW 15-147-95, Corral Creek, t10/15; cum 231K 11/20; went off line 1/20; remains off line 2/20; back on line 3/20; back off line 4/20; remains off line 9/20; back on line 10/20; looks good;

    March 8, 2020:
    • 18694, 569, MRO, Scott Gaugler 14-24, Bailey, t8/10; cum 215K 7/19; remains off line 4/20; back online 8/20; nice well;
    • 24973, A/IA/2,437, MRO, Brigner 24-24, Bailey, t7/13; cum 256K 11/20; remains off line 4/20; back on line 9/20; nice well;
    February 21, 2020: #18298, huge well near recently fracked well; #19174; in same area; #20437, in same area; the first two still off line; #20437 with nice jump in production;

    February 18, 2020: #17338; Kraken drilling two new wells parallel to this well; opposite direction; Carter Matthew off line as of 11/19; remains off line 9/20; back on line 11/20; looks like nice jump in production;

    January 30, 2020: several recently fracked wells cut horizontally across these three wells, #18766 (Fettig), #20711; #20995; first month back, #18766 with a nice jump in production but others not reporting yet; follow a bit longer;

    January 30, 2020: #16908, #16180 -- near recently MRO fracked wells;

    January 6, 2020: 
    • 17912, 2,581, Whiting, Sorenson 11-3H, Sanish, t2/10; cum 889K 9/20; went off line as of 4/19; remains off line 10/19; back on line 11/19;
    January 6, 2020:
    • 17575, 3,260, Whiting, Niemitalo 11-35H, Sanish, t2/09; cum 693K 9/20; off line as of 7/19; remains off line, 10/19; back on line 11/19;
    • 18481, 2,672, Whiting, Niemitalo 12-35H, Sanish, t5/10; cum 617K 9/20; off line since 7/19; back on line 11/19;
    December 28, 2019: #18436; two wells to the south to be fracked soon; remains off line 11/19; back on line 1/120; no jump in production; hold it here until it goes over 500K; Croff oil field;

    December 16, 2019: #18407, #19404; minimal production, 11/19; see this post; see production over seven days, 6,471 bbls, 12/19;

    December 8, 2019: the Kuhn wells need a stand-alone post, to include #20638; and, 22158. See this post re: Kuhn.

    December 5, 2019: #18419; remains off line 9/20; back on line 10/20; big well; need to post sometime;

    December 1, 2019: #22455, #21199, #21457, #25544, #21369 -- off line while #35331 and three other wells on that pad fracked; see this post

    November 28, 2019: #21303, #20319, #20413, #32550, #32549, #32548, #32547, #32546
     
    November 26, 2019: #18396, #26519,

    November 26, 2019: #17024, #17943, near WPX St Anthony wells in Mandaree oil field; 

    November 20, 2019: #26575, #19251, #26576, #23799, recent neighboring wells fracked; #19251 did show a "halo" effect; mentioned in passing in a blog post; see this note, November 20, 2020;

    November 18, 2019: #20354, many wells around this well being fracked; see this note; remains off line 6/20; back on line 10/20 and production looks good;

    October 27, 2019: looks like a big jump in production, #19712; remains off line 10/19; back on line 2/20; not particularly interesting; off line 5/20; remains off line 9/20; back on line 10/20; 

    October 23, 2019: #16908 (AB), #16180, #28415, #28416; some wells producing; some remain off line; most are now back on line, look good, 9/20;

    October 17, 2019: #17792; neighboring well fracked; remains off line 11/19; back on line 1/20; off line 5/20; struggling; 30-days/month production but not doing much;

    October 17, 2019: #17898; neighboring well fracked; off line 7/19; off line next month; back on line next month; back off line 10/19; remains off line 2/20; two months of production, then off line 5/20; back on line for seven days, 6/20; seems back to normal; a very good well now, 9/20; cum 276K 3/21;

    October 16, 2019: #22486; back on line 10/19; back off line 11/19; remains off line 6/20; coming back online 7/20; 793K 10/20; cum 809K 3/21; the Hawkeye wells are tracked here;

    October 12, 2019: #24338 -- big well; off line; Bruin probably re-fracking; remains off line 9/20; now IAW;

    October 12, 2019: #20140, off line -- it's an XTO well; should be doing better; back on line 10/19; but not doing particularly well; off line 11/19; remains off line 9/20; now IA; 10/20 -- sixteen days, nice production; see this post.

    October 6, 2019: #18518; #20258; #20259: huge number of new wells being completed in this area; #20259 off line as of 9/19; remains off line 10/19; some coming back on line; some still off line 11/19; all back on line (?) 3/20; most off line again, 5/20; most of these wells appear to be coming on line 6/20; these all look like great wells, 9/20;

    October 4, 2019: #16531; offline as of 8/19; BR; Blue Buttes; remains off line 9/20; now IA; now IAW;

    October 3, 2019: #16908; taken off line 5/19; Chimney Butte; activity in the area; remains off line 3/21; now AB;

    August 20, 2019: link here; #31962; #31963, great well; unusual production profile; #20520 (re-fracked); #31964; #31965; #20521 (re-fracked, 2018); did well then off line/IA11/20; #31966, IA, 9/20; #17424, TA; #17397 (IA, back on status 2/21); #20520 is a huge well -- re-fracked: #17424 off line 1/19; remains off line 5/20; intermittent; off line 2/21; #17424 is now TA;

    June 13, 2019: huge number of Nygaard wells recently fracked; look at these two neighboring wells: #17397, off line 4/20; remains off line 9/20; #17424 after 6/19; the latter is IA, 10/19; now said to be A but still no production, 12/19; now IA, now TA as of 3/20; five days of production, 2/21, for #17397; now 29 days production, 3/21 and looks like it might be a good well; #17424 still TA.

    June 5, 2019: check on #20777; 32923, 181, BR, Chuckwagon 31-15MBH, Sand Creek, t12/18; cum 197K 3/20; cum 220K 3/21; only 18 days in 3/20 but still produced 2,255 bbls; off line 4/20; removes off line 9/20; neighboring well, #20777 still off line (12/19); look how old the Chuckwagon permit was; finally drilled at the end of 2018; remains off line and IA 6/20; coming back online 7/20; 8/20: #20777 back on line, nice jump in production; off line again 11/20; starting to come back on line, 2/21;

    May 18, 2019: see this record-breaking well; these neighboring wells should report soon: #31447, #31449, #31444 (PNC):  #31448, 31450,

    May 13, 2019: #16357, struggling; strange profile; a Veeder well in Blue Buttes, BR; remains off line 12/19; IA; A as of 12/19; no production 12/19 or 1/20; five days in 2/20; zero days, 3/20; three days, 4/20; zero days 5/20; 1 day, 6/20; 4 days, 9/20; struggling; 10/20, struggling; cum 278K 3/21;

    November 23, 2017: a Lodgepole well producing 4,000 bbls/months; watch it go over 1,000,000 bbls soon --
    • 18190, 463, Armstrong, Laurine Engel 1, conventional, Dickinson, Lodgepole; 61,000 barrels in first five months (at $60 = $3.6 million and this is a conventional well); cum 904K 3/21; F; taken off line 3/20; remains off line 6/20; back on line 7/20;

    *******October 11, 2016: #17158; bump in production after neighboring well fracked; note how little time this well was taken off-status while neighboring well was fracked; see if this well goes 1 million bbls without being put on a pump; 987K 11/20;
    • 17158, 4,148, Whiting, Richardson Federal 11-9H,s8/08; t10/08; 990K 3/21; F;

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    CLOSED


    Wells that have been removed from this page, starting November 30, 2020, are now at this page (page #16)

    Wells that have been removed from this page, starting July 3, 2020, are now at this page (page #15).

    Wells that have been removed from this page, starting March 20, 2020, are now at this page (page #14).

    Wells that have been removed from this page, starting November 6, 2019, are now at this page (page #13)

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    Wells that have been removed from this page, starting September 14, 2018, are now at this page (page #9).

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    Wells that I followed and were closed after December 31, 2017, are at this page (page #7).

    Wells that I followed and were closed after October 19, 2017, are at this page (page #6).

    Wells that I followed and were closed after September 14, 2017, are at this page (page #5)

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    Wells that I followed and have now been closed as of November 4, 2015, have been moved to this page, page #1.

       


       

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