Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Random Look At EOG, Whiting Operations In Parshall Field

EOG has five rigs actively drilling in Parshall oil field, all outside the reservation. Whiting also has a rig in the same area as the five EOG rigs. I thought it would be interesting to see what the existing neighboring well to the new well was doing in each ase. So here goes. Each well below is in the same section as a well that is currently being drilled by EOG or Whiting in the Parshall.
  • 17539, on the same pad as two new wells, 1,200, EOG, Austin 14-18H, one section, t11/08; cum 500K 12/13
  • 16977, on same as as one new well, 2,625, Whiting, Lee State 44-16H, one section, t5/08; cum 450K 12/13
  • 19182, about 3,500 from new wells, 812, EOG, Austin 107-31H, one section, t10/10; cum 104K 12/13;
  • 16991, on a separate pad from two other two-well pads in this section, EOG, 1,383, Wayzetta 9-03H, one section, t7/08; cum 774K 12/13;
  • 17040, near a new two-well pad, 1,239, EOG, Austin 26-36H, one section, t11/08; cum 392K 12/13;
  • 16973, on a separate pad from a 2-well pad and a 3-well pad in this section, 1,252, EOG, Wayzetta 2-14H, one section, t6/08; cum 319K 12/13;

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