Monday, October 7, 2013

Wells Coming Off The Confidential List Tuesday

  • 24360, drl, Statoil, Knight 35-26 2H, Banks, no production data,
  • 24993, drl, BR, Cleo 41-1TFH, Croff, no production data,
  • 25162, drl, CLR, Raymond 1-21AH, Oliver, no production data, 
It appears that the vast majority, if not all, wells going to "drl" status are due to operational reasons, not because the frack teams are unable to keep up with drilling.

There are suggestions that some frack teams are sitting idle waiting for pad drilling to be completed on some pads.

Pad drilling will cause some hiccups:
  • mismatch between drilling and fracking (as noted above)
  • increased time from spud to first delivery 
Over time, these issues will be resolved.

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