Monday, June 30, 2014

Why I Love To Blog: Reason #1,284

A year ago I knew nothing about natural gas, and now I know almost next to nothing about natural gas.

So, quick review. How many remember how much natural gas a country must have to be said to have "massive" amounts? The answer, apparently, is 20 trillion cubic meters. At least that's how Turkey's natural gas reserves are described, or more exactly, potential reserves. That's an easy number to remember.

So, as I was saying: I know almost next to nothing about natural gas. But when I read this story posted by Rigzone, I knew exactly how much 80 trillion cubic meters was. Four times twenty. Reuters reported this week on natural gas potential in Scotland -- look at this:
Scotland, heading for a September independence referendum, could hold enough shale gas resources to cover UK gas needs for more than 30 years, a geological report published by the British government showed on Monday.
But Scotland's roughly 80 trillion cubic metres of gas is only around 6 percent of Britain's potential, with the rest mainly in the Bowland Shale region across northern England. 
Scotland has about 80 trillion cubic meters of natural gas, which could supply all of the UK for 30 years.

But that 80 trillion might only represent 6 percent of Britain's potential. Quick, grab that napkin -- 6% of what = 80 trillion. The "what" = 1,333 trillion. Let's check the math: 0.06 x 1,333 trillion = 80. The math works, but it almost makes me think I'm reading the story incorrectly. Again, cut and paste, " ... Scotland's roughly 80 trillion cubic metres of gas is only around 6 percent of Britain's potential, with the rest mainly in the Bowland Shale region across northern England."

The reason it confuses me is because the US natural gas reserves are said to be about 210 trillion cubic meters. It's hard to imagine the UK with 1,333 trillion, so I must be reading something wrong.

Then the next page of the Reuters article:
In total, the three BGS reports on unconventional oil and gas resources showed Britain has around 1,409 trillion cubic feet of shale gas and 10.4 billion tonnes of shale oil in place. 
Notice how Reuters switched to "feet" all of a sudden. 
1,409 trillion cubic feet converts to 40 trillion cubic meters which corresponds nicely to the 20 million cubic meters that Turkey is thought to have.

So, I'm confused by the article. I must be reading something incorrect. But at least I now know enough that:
  • Turkey might have 20 trillion cubic meters of natural gas reserves, which is considered "massive"
  • the US apparently has about 210 trillion cubic meters
  • the Brits might have 40 trillion cubic meters
  • the Scots have a lot but probably not 1333 trillion cubic meters
I'll be more than happy if someone can point out where I went wrong with the numbers, cubic feet, and cubic meters in this story. 

Random Comment On The Sleeping Giant; Idle Chatter On The Market

I've added a few more links with regard to the Strata-X story in the "Sleeping Giant."

These posts on Strata-X and the "Sleeping Giant" have nothing to do with investing. I am simply trying to learn more about the potential (or non-potential) of this play. I think it's rather interesting. If folks remember, I also thought "Oil for America and the Lodgepole" was interesting, but that story came to nothing.

So, again, not only do these posts have nothing to do with investing, the entire blog has nothing to with investment advice per se. Do not make any investment decisions based on what you read here or what you think you may have read here.

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For Investors Only
Idle Chatter
Just Because

However, having said that, my thoughts on the market. Again, this is not an investment site. Do not many any investment decisions based on anything you read here or think you may have read here.

I find the market extremely interesting. The economy collapsed (their word, not mine) in 1Q14, and the market continues/continued to melt up, breaking new records. The market melts up despite hints that 2Q14 may not be as good as once hoped. At one time, full year GDP was forecast to be around 3% but with the first quarter cratering it's going to take quite a second, third, and fourth quarter to get it back to 3%.

Every day I see headlines (and if I watched television, I suppose "talking heads") predicting the crash is coming. And it doesn't. High-priced oil is supposed to put a drag on the market. I think it was six months ago, maybe a year ago, when it was said that this was the longest stretch of "high-priced oil" ever. And yet, here we are again, not only is it higher than it was then, it is "very high." But yet, considering what might be going on in the Mideast, the price has barely risen (from $103 exactly two days before the "surprise") to barely $106 today. [Remember, up until recently, the talk that oil should be at $60/bbl; we haven't heard that talk in a long time, and yet there is more oil than ever.]

Meanwhile here in the US, it is hard to find any really good news, and yet the market melts up. I don't know what the other sectors are doing because I don't follow them but the oil and gas sector has done quite well: names in the oil and gas industry that are quite familiar to all of us are hitting new highs every day. Take a look at EOG vs AAPL over the past two years: AAPL, after two years -- 0% change; EOG, after two years -- 140%.

I am reminded of all this, again, because tonight futures are up, and up nicely. The DOW is up and even WTI oil is up slightly (futures). Earlier this evening WTI oil futures were down slightly and with everything so "hunky dory" in the world, I really thought oil would continue its imperceptible melt-down back to ... say $102. Which, of course, would scare every oil and gas bull, and shares of companies primarily in the Bakken would tank. [By the way, these high prices could affect some Bakken companies adversely if they did not hedge correctly.]

Futures, of course, mean squat, and this week, the market may be even more difficult to decipher for two reasons: a) a shorter week with relatively little economic news scheduled (earning season doesn't start until next week -- Alcoa, July 8); and, b) small trading volume, I would assume, with traders starting their long weekend early.

Speaking of earnings: I am also excited by the fact that I have not heard any "earnings warnings," although it's possible I've missed them. I'm not very good at details.

So much hinges, it seems on China's economy. If the US economy starts to go sour, it simply tends to get Wall Street irritated and anxious; the US economy has been in such doldrums for so long now that if the economy collapsed (their word, not mine) again 2Q14, Main Street would hardly notice.

But if the Chinese economy goes sour, there are a half-billion (or a quarter billion or a 100,000 or whatever) young Chinese men who will be out of work; that many young unemployed men is not a pretty picture. The Chinese central government will do whatever it takes, if they're smart, to keep those young men dutifully employed. Think of the "LA RIOTS" times a thousand. Or a million.

I don't know what the pundits have been saying about China's economy the past few weeks, but think about it. But this story supports my thesis, presstv.ir is reporting:
China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has released new figures that point to the expansion of the country’s industrial production output in May, marking an economic comeback following a slowdown earlier in the year.
The NBS stated in a Friday report that the country’s industrial output accelerated to 8.8 percent year-on-year in May 2014, which is higher by 0.1 percent recorded a month earlier.
The newly released data further indicates that retail sales in the country climbed for a second consecutive month, reaching the 12.5 percent mark. That reflects the highest level of retail sales since last December.
The signs of economic growth in the world’s second largest economy come as Beijing has stepped up what economists describe as the mini-stimulus to avert a slowdown earlier this year.
Unlike the US, which is broke (his words, not mine), the Chinese have lots of American dollars to spend if necessary to stimulate their economy.

All of which puts me in a great mood this evening.

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And A Bit More

Don't you just love this Rigzone headline? Brent and US crude reach 18-day low on easing Iraq supply fears. The first paragraph:
Brent crude fell toward $112 a barrel on Monday, hitting an 18-day low as did U.S. crude near $105, as investors grew less worried about potential supply disruptions from Iraq.
Now, we're doing "18-day lows"? This is going to be a long war.

This is a "low?" Brent trending toward $112 and WTI toward $105?

And it "fell?"
Brent is still up about 3 percent in June, its biggest monthly gain since August. But the North Sea benchmark has come off the nine-month high of $115.71 hit two weeks ago, as the Sunni advance in Iraq appears to have stalled.
Brent lost 94 cents to settle at $112.36 a barrel, its lowest settlement since the rally spurred by the Iraqi crisis started on June 12. U.S. crude lost 37 cents to settle at $105.37 a barrel, also its lowest since June 12.

First Half, 2014, Statistics -- Permits

Note: this data is from my databases. I make mistakes but I bet the data isn't too far off. 

As of June 30, 2014, there have been 1,398 oil and gas permits awarded, which puts "us" on track for 2,388 permits for the full calendar year (2014).

Last year, as of this date, June 30, 2013, there had been 1,200 oil and gas permits awarded which put the state on track for 2,420 permits for the entire year (2013). The state actually issued 2,671 permits for calendar year 2013; about 30 were canceled during the year.

For calendar year 2012: 2,521 permits were issued and approximately 144 were canceled. 

By county:
  • Dunn County: 192
  • McKenzie: 483
  • Mountrail: 273
  • Williams: 213 
By operator:
  • BR: 62
  • CLR: 145
  • Emerald Oil: 35
  • EOG: 70
  • Fidelity: 15
  • Hess: 158
  • HRC: 26
  • Hunt: 20
  • KOG: 54
  • MRO: 52
  • Newfield: 24
  • Oasis: 131
  • OXY USA: 36
  • Petro-Hunt: 47
  • QEP: 44
  • Samson Resources: 11
  • Slawson: 36
  • SM Energy: 23
  • Statoil: 28
  • Triangle: 27
  • Whiting: 89
  • WPX: 23
  • XTO: 104
  • Zavanna: 10

High Initial Production Numbers -- Page 5

Starting July 18, 2014, page 5 of "high IP" wells will begin. 


27581, 2,342, MRO, Viani USA 44-10H,  Chimney Butte, t6/14; cum 42K 8/14;
 
26179, 2,024, Oasis, Clementine 5693 44-35T, Alger, t4/14; cum 30K 8/14;
26265, 2,168, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-95-28D-21-4H, Charlson, t9/14; cum --
27579, 1,920, BR, Sequoia 31-4MBH, Hawkeye, t9/14; cum --

27151, 2,208, MRO, Glisar 14-32TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 13K 8/14;
27019, 2,204, Whiting, Gajewski, 31-18-2H, Lonesome, middle Bakken, 1280-acre, t4/14; cum 42K 8/14;

27148, 1,920, BR, Old Arches 14-35MBH ULW, Keene, target middle Bakken, 20 feet thick; 13 feet below the top of the Upper Bakken shale; actual tops Upper Bakken shale 10,563; middle Bakken, 10,638; paragraph 4.2 in geologist report: (Target Zone: Upper Three Forks) -- was that an error; frack report says middle Bakken; permit app also says Bakken; 30 stages; 3.5 million lbs "other"; t8/14; cum 15K 8/14;

26300, 1,441, QEP, Veeder 2-27-23BH, Grail, t6/14; cum 46K 8/14;
26301, 1,411, QEP, Veeder 2-27-34TH, Grail, t6/14; cum 47K 8/14;
26302, 1,146, QEP, Veeder 3-27-34BH, Grail, t6/14; cum 55K 8/14;
26303, 2,170, QEP, Veeder 3-27-34TH, Grail, t6/14; cum 44K 8/14;
27061, 2,088, BR, Denali 21-4MBH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t9/14; cum --

27139, 2,156, MRO, Sloan 34-32H, Reunion Bay, middle Bakken, gas peaked at 2,000 units; 20 - 35' flare, t8/14; cum 25K 8/14;

25534, 2,529, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-33C-28-3H, Eagle Nest, t9/14; cum --
25677, 2,576, Statoil, Lucy Hanson 15-22 6H, Catwalk, t9/14; cum --
26298, 2,139, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 44-18 3T, Alger, t8/14; cum 6K 8/14;

26521, 2,661, QEP, TAT 4-33-28BH, Grail, t5/14; cum 79K 7/14;
26522, 2,709, QEP, TAT 3-33-28TH, Grail, t5/14; cum 66K 7/14;
26523, 2,767, QEP, TAT 3-33-38BH, Grail, t5/14; cum 73K 7/14; 
26524, 2,561, QEP, TAT 2-233-28TH, Grail, t5/14; cum 72K 7/14;
26539, 1,921, Whiting, Bratcher 14-36-2H, Ellsworth, t4/14; cum 55K 7/14;
26540, 2.047, Whiting, Bratcher 14-36H, Ellsworth, t4/14; cum 57K 7/14;

27449, 2,550, XTO, Tuckerman Federal 11X-11A, Lost Bridge, t8/14; cum 10K 7/14;

25674, 3,113, Statoil, Lucy Hanson 15-22 4H, Catwalk, t8/14; cum --  

27040, 2,082, SHD, Thud 12-36H, Clarks Creek, one section, Three Forks B1, 20 stages; 3.7 million lbs sand, t6/14; cum 39K 7/14;
27152, 2,253, MRO, Cloon 14-32H, Reunion Bay, 4 sections, middle Bakken; 30 stages; 2.55 million lbs sand, t8/14; cum --
27559, 2,052, MRO, Harry 34-24TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 24K 7/14;

26654, 2,331, Whiting, Thurlow-Williams 11-18-2H, Lonesome, one of the most detailed geology reports I have ever seen in a file; gas units early on averaged 600 to 1,000; near the end 1,200 and then jumped to 2,500 in the last 1,000 feet; if the frack report was there, I missed it; I assume it was similar to #26760 on the same pad; t3/14; cum 47K 7/14;
26760, 2,239, Whiting, Thurlow Williams 11-18H, Lonesome, middle Bakken; 28 stages; 2.5 million lbs sand/ceramic; t3/14; cum 48K 7/14;

25598, 2,919, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-2B-11-3H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum --
26406, 2,164, BR, CCU Four Aces 24-21MBH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum --
26766, 1,931, KOG, P Irgens 155-99-2-4-9-15H, Epping, t8/14; cum -- 
27130, 1,964, BR, CCU Four Aces 34-21MBH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum --
27554, 2,787, XTO, Walton Federal 41X-19D, Bear Den, t9/14; cum --

26130, 3,396, Oasis, Hysted 5200 14-30 2B, Camp, t3/14; cum 74K 7/14;
26886, 3,489, Oasis, Brier 5200 44-22 7B, Camp, t6/14; cum 52K 7/14;
26887, 2,979, Oasis, Brier 5200 44-22 4T2, Camp, t6/14; cum 17K 7/14;

25670, 2,541, Statoil, Larsen 3-10 3TFH, Williston, t8/14; cum --
25671, 3,081, Statoil, Larsen 3-10 4H, Williston, t8/14; cum --
27138, 2,400, MRO, Lantz 24-32TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum --
27555, 1,922, MRO, Keith 44-31TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum --
27865, 1,652, P Wood 154-98-16-23-35-9H3, Truax, t8/14; cum --
27866, 1,986, KOG, P Wood 154-98-16-23-35-15H, Truax, t8/14; cum --
27867, 1,924, KOG, P Wood 154-98-16-23-15H3, Truax, t8/14; cum --
25944, 2,346, QEP, Poncho 1-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 73K 7/14;
25945, 2,656, QEP, Poncho 1-3-10TH, Grail, t4/14; cum 41K 7/14;
25946, 2,907, QEP, Poncho 2-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 55K 7/14;
25947, 2,701, QEP, Poncho, 2-3-10TH, Grail, t12/13; cum 87K 7/14;
26329, 3,180, QEP, Poncho 5-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 61K 7/14;

26763, 2,125, KOG, P Irgens 155-99-2-4-9-14H, Epping, t8/14; cum --
26765, 1,903, KOG, P Irgens 155-99-2-4-9-15H3A, Epping, t8/14; cum -- 
26767, 1,398, KOG, P Irgens 155-99-2-4-9-15H3, Epping, t8/14; cum --
28035, 1,199, Whiting, Ness 41-21-3XH, Sanish, t8/14; cum --
28343, 1,414, Whiting, Perry State 11-25-2H, Sanish, t8/14; cum -- 
26069, 1,704, BR, Big Jon 11-2MBH-ULW, Camel Butte, 4 sections, t8/14; cum --
25596, 2,706, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-2B-11-5H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum 1K 7/14;
25597, 2,750, HRC, Fort Berthold 147-94-2B-11-4H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum 1K 7/14;
26295, 2,569, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-35C-26-3H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum 7K 7/14;
26294, 2,567, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-35C-26-4H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum 6K 7/14;
26293, 2,769, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-35C-26-5H, McGregory Buttes, t8/14; cum 7K 7/14; 

26138, 2.080, QEP, TAT 2-35-26TH, Grail, t4/14; cum 46K 7/14;
26139, 2,232, QEP, TAT 3-35-26BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 50K 7/14;
26140, 2,496, QEP, TAT 4-35-26BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 48K 7/14;
26408, 1,884, BR, CCU Corral Creek 21-28TFH, Corral Creek, t4/14; cum 43K 7/14;
26528, 2,071, Whiting, Wisness 14-34-2H, Juniper, t3/14; cum 41K 7/14;
26529, 2,294, Whiting, Wisness 14-34H, Juniper, t3/14; cum 41K 7/14;
27513, 1,595, XTO, Serrahn 41X-6H, Siverston, t7/14; cum 5K 7/14;
27658, 2,263, Statoil, Buford 10-3 1H, Buford, t7/14; cum 6K 7/14;
26796, 2,131, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-24D-13-7H, Antelope, Sanish, t8/14; cum 13K 7/14;

25467, 1,821, Whiting, Privratsky 11-27PH, Zenith, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 57K 6/14;
25468, 1,920, Whiting, Privratsky 21-27PH, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 72K 6/14;
25469, 2,272, Whiting, Privratsky 41-27PH, Zenith, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 81K 6/14;

26212, 1,967, EOG, Wayzetta 40-1424H, Parshall, 1920-acre although it's technically a long horizontal, in fact it really only drains one section (section 23), t3/14; cum 124K 6/14;
26346, 2,384, Statoil, Cvancara 20-17 7H, Alger, t7/14; cum --
26797, 2,236, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-24D-13-6H, Antelope, t8/14; cum --
26798, 2,295, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-24D-13-5H, Antelope, t7/14; cum --
27490, 1,905, KOG, P Irgens 155-99-3-4-9-13H, Epping, t7/14; cum -- 

26081, 2,304, BR, Big Bend 11-2MBH, Camel Butte, t7/14; cum --
26093, 2,170, XTO, Loomer 24X-34A, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum

25871, 2,322, QEP, Pogo 1-28-33BH, Grail, t3/14; cum 62K 6/14;
26319, 2,183, QEP, Pogo 28-33-27-34LL, Grail, t3/14; cum 64K 6/14;
25869, 2,938, QEP, Pogo 2-28-33TH, Grail, t3/14; cum 77 6/14;

27326, 2,430, KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-13H, South Fork, t7/14; cum -- 

27327, 2,357, KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-14H3, South Fork, t7/14; cum --

24846, 2,013, QEP, MHA 1-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t6/14; cum 29K 6/14;
24848, 2,187, QEP, MHA 5-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t6/14; cum 24K 6/14;
24847, 2,238, QEP, MHA 7-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t6/14; cum 34K 6/14;
24845, 2,736, QEP, MHA 3-06-07H-147-92, Heart Butte, t5/14; cum 43K 6/14;
27082, 2,371, Whiting, Johnson 34-8-2H, Pleasant Hill, t2/14; cum 60K 6/14;

25490, 2,262, QEP, Johnson 2-4-9TH, Grail, t6/14; cum 12K 6/14;
23862, 2,633, Statoil, Hovde 33-4 3H, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum --
23861, 3,340, Statoil, HOvde 33-4 4H, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum --
25776, 3,043, Statoil, Bugs 27-22 7H, Poe, t7/14; cum --
26599, 2,565, BR, Sequoia 14-9MBH, Hawkeye, t8/14; cum --

26412, 2,091, Whiting, Hansen 21-3H, Sanish, t7/14; cum --
26598, 1,923, BR, Sequoia 14-9TFH, Hawkey, t8/14; cum --
26890, 3,415, Oasis, Brier 5200-44-22 3B, Camp, t7/14; cum --

27557, 2,013, XTO, Kaye Federal 43X-4E, Lost Bridge, t7/14; cum -- 

27443, 2,153, XTO, FBIR Guyblackhawk 24X-27ER, Heart Butte, t7/14; cum --

24911, 2,585, Whiting, Roen Federal 24-10H, Elk, t5/14; cum 38K 6/14;

24912, 2,607, Whiting, Roen 24-10-2H, Elk, t5/14; cum 16K (14 days) 5/14;

27366, 2,395, MRO, Grover 11-3TFH, Reunion Bay, t5/14; cum 40K 6/14;

24913, 2,424, Whiting, Roen 24-10-3H, Elk, t5/14; cum 15K 5/14;

26888, 2,443, Oasis, Brier 520044-22 5T, Camp, t6/14; no production data, spacing ICO

27204, 2,290, XTO, McCoy 44X-36C, Siverston, t6/14; no production data,

25381, 1,872, XTO, Loomer 41X-3D, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum --
26454, 1,666, XTO, Broderson 31X-27G, Siverston, t7/14; cum --
26879, 1,940, XTO, FBIR Guyblackhawk 24X-27A, Heart Butte, t7/14; cum --
25688, 1,750, Oasis, Mangum 5493 44-7 T3, Robinson Lake, t1/14; cum 79K 5/14;
26129, 2,525, Oasis, Lefty 5200 14-30 3B, Camp, t4/14; cum 27K
27203, 2,067, XTO, McCoy 44X-36D, Siverston, t6/14; cum --

27177, 1,943, XTO, Cherry Creek State 44X-36C, Siverston, no production data,

26062, 1,658, MRO, Two Crow USA 21-15TFH, Moccasin Creek, t6/14; cum --
24156, 1,790, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-2H, Poe, t6/14; cum --
24155, 1,928, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-1H3, Poe, t6/14; cum --
26244, 1,955, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-1H, Poe, t6/14; cum --
26243, 1,898, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-2H3, Poe, t6/14; cum -- 
24373, 2,719, Statoil, Garmann 19-18 2TFH, Banks, t6/14; cum --

24180, 4,065, Statoil/BEXP, East Fork 32-29 3H, East Fork, t8/13; cum 176K 7/14; 

 

Statoil, XTO, BR With Great Wells / "High IP" Wells In The Bakken; Nine (9) New Permits -- June 30, 2014; 5 Of 8 Producing Wells Go To DRL Status -- Waiting To Be Completed

Again, the mainstream media doesn't make it easy. Earlier it was reported GM recalled another 8 million ignition-switch-vehicles. So, 8 million. What does that mean? The entire US automobile production on an annual basis is 4 million cars. So, this most recent recall is equivalent to two full years of all US automobile production. Government motors culture run amok. The number varies from 8.23 to 8.4 million. Whatever.

The New York Times is reporting:
In a vast escalation in its safety crisis, General Motors recalled more than 8.4 million vehicles worldwide on Monday, bringing its total figures for the year above 28 million cars — more than the 22 million recalled last year by all automakers combined.
Stunning fact of the day, June 16, 2014. 

So, with that, let's get on with today's daily activity report coming out of North Dakota, where they don't make cars with faulty switches. Not one car was produced last year in North Dakota which had to be recalled due to a faulty 38-cent ignition switch designed in Detroit, manufactured in China.

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Wells coming off confidential list Tuesday, the first day of the new quarter:
  • 23140, 409, OXY USA, State Andrew Schmidt 2-3-10H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t1/14; cum 32K 5/14;
  • 23141, 623, OXY USA, State Andrew Schmidt 3-3-10H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t1/14; cum 42K 5/14;
  • 26496, drl, Hess, GN-PNR-158-98-1003H-1, Rainbow, no production data,
  • 26664, drl, Hess, HA-Link-152-95-3526H-5, Hawkeye, no production data,
  • 26771, drl, CLR, Winston 7-12H, Long Creek, no production data,
  • 26852, drl, SM Energy, Bonner 9-12H,  Poe, no production data,
  • 26930, 13,91, Oasis, Monson 18-19H, Foreman Butte, t3/14; cum 11K 5/14;
  • 27195, drl, XTO, Emil 24X-36B, Wildcat (on the Williams/Divide County, north of Williston, it's a wildcat but has producing wells in the area; 
Active rigs in North Dakota:


6/30/201406/30/201306/30/201206/30/201106/30/2010
Active Rigs190189215173129

Nine (9) new permits --
  • Operators: Hunt (4), Oasis (3), CLR (2)
  • Fields: Smoky Butte (Divide), Baker (McKenzie), Elk (McKenzie), Green Lake (Williams)
  • Comments: there were two additional permits that did not show up on either yesterday's or today's daily activity report but were granted on either today or yesterday: one for EOG in Parshall oil field (Mountrail) and one for Slawson in Clarks Creek (inside the reservation, Dunn County)
Wells coming off the confidential list over the weekend, today were posted earlier; see sidebar at the right.

Twelve (12) producing wells were completed:
  • 24183, 1,949, Statoil, Folvag 5-8 4TFH, Stony Creek, t5/14; cum --
  • 24808, 366, CLR, Wahpeton 10-16H2, Banks, t6/14; cum --
  • 24842, n/d, CLR, Wahpeton 5-16H2, Banks, producing, no IP yet;
  • 24844, n/d, CLR, Wahpeton 7-16H3, Banks, producing, no IP yet;
  • 25644, 3,008, Statoil, Bill 14-23 6H, Alexander, t5/14; cum --
  • 25645, 1,578, Statoil, Bill 14-23 4TFH, Alexander, t5/14; cum --
  • 25934, 221, Murex, Stephanie Catherine 18-19H, t6/14; cum --
  • 25979, 2,412, XTO, Inga Federal 41X-29D, t5/14; cum --
  • 26092, 1,643, BR, Big Bend 21-2TFH, Camel Butte, t6/14; cum --
  • 26191, n/d, CLR,  Montpelier 3-14H1, Indian Hill, producing, no IP yet,
  • 26420, n/d, CLR, Montpelier 2-14H, Indian Hill producing, no IP yet
  • 27684, 1,596, Whiting, Uran 11-24-2H, Sanish, t5/14; cum -- 
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A Note to the Granddaughters

It was pretty much an oath that Air Force commanders took when taking command: it was their intent to leave the installation in better shape than they found it.

I was reminded of that when I read the headline today that President Obama is sending 200 ground troops back into Iraq.

Five years into his presidency and almost as many years into the recovery, the economy collapsed (their word, not mine) in 1Q14. A trillion dollars of stimulus and I don't think mainstream America feels much better in 2Q14 than they did in 2Q09.

One of the architects of ObamaCare has called it a trainwreck and decided not to run for re-election. Apparently, based on headlines in The Los Angeles Times, Obamacare is a wreck out in California.

The Veterans Administration, despite multiple warnings, and a promise when he took office to "fix it," (or maybe that promise was back when he was a junior senator) is in worse shape than ever before. The VA has been without a director for who-knows-how-long, the last director leaving in disgrace, and the first man asked to replace him said, "no." We still don't have a director.

We're now up to 13 or 14 Supreme Court cases in which the President was on the wrong side or was blatantly accused of overstepping his executive powers. Even his appointees ruled against him in seldom-seen 9-0 rulings.

In Maryland, which can be seen from the President's bedroom on a clear night, the driving public will be facing the highest gasoline prices in six years, partly because the president failed to take advantage of the one bright spot in "his" economy: the oil and gas revolution in the United States. After six years he still can't decide "yes or no" on a pipeline that becomes more irrelevant very day.  No one will blame George Bush for low gasoline prices.

Institutions whose integrity seemed beyond reproach have carried the president's water: first, The National Geographic has a cover with the Statue of Liberty halfway under water (that's either irony or "no pun intended"), and now NOAA, the nation's watchdog for climate matters has quietly changed its website to say that July, 1936, was the hottest month ever in the United States, not July, 2012, which NOAA had previously said was the hottest month ever, and crowed about it every chance it got.

The US consulate in Beghazi is certainly not in better shape than when he took office. His own IRS is caught red-handed (is it politically correct to say that any more?) trashing hard drives, destroying evidence in the minds of most, and it's a shrug of the shoulders. 

I suppose the one bright spot we have is on immigration. We finally have ipso facto immigration reform: those coming across our southern borders and those watching those coming across our southern borders now call immigration reform "open borders." It sort of makes one wonder why folks from Europe even have to go through "passport control" when arriving at JFK or Atlanta. It's very likely the president will appoint a US High Commissioner of Refugees (Michelle) before it's all over, a directorate of Homeland Security to manage the entire situation, from refugee camps to resettlement to deportation. I assume reparations will be paid to those "forced" to wait in refugee camps or those who have to fly discount airlines. The President is acting quickly to disperse this mass of humanity by trucking, busing, and flying the newcomers away from the borders as quickly as possible. A video of ten-thousand refugees along the Arizona border is not going to play well in Peoria. If any of these new citizens-to-be make it to New York City, they will be allowed to drink any size soft drink they want. And that's probably all they want, anyway.

I understand the big story on ABC national news this evening, according to my wife, was the tornado weather in Iowa. And so it goes.

On a positive note: the market had a relatively good day. The oil and gas sector, again, did particularly well. Futures tomorrow are particularly noteworthy, and positive. What a great country.  Oil continues to hold its own.

[The other day I suggested the Ukraine/Russia called a cease-fire because of the first round in the World Cup. The first round is over, the games now move to the second round, and lo and behold, Ukraine has called an end to the cease-fire.]

New Wells Reporting 3Q14 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, US

Data for this quarter will start to be reported Tuesday, July 1, 2014.

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 

Permit/file number, IP, operator, well name, oil field, date tested, cumulative production to date, comments.

These are only wells that were released from "Confidential" status. This does not include wells that were never placed on the confidential list. I think as many as 70% of permits/wells at this time (3Q14) are not being placed on the confidential list.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014: 176 for the month; 522 for the quarter
26956, 300, CLR, Overloon 1-34H1, Ukraina, t6/14; cum 5K 7/14;
27040, 2,082, SHD, Thud 12-36H, Clarks Creek, one section, Three Forks B1, 20 stages; 3.7 million lbs sand, t6/14; cum 39K 7/14;
27152, 2,253, MRO, Cloon 14-32H, Reunion Bay, 4 sections, middle Bakken; 30 stages; 2.55 million lbs sand, t8/14; cum --
27350, 727, Hess, GN-Willard-158-98-0508H-1, Rainbow, t2/15; cum 9K 2/15;
27469, 492, Petro-Hunt, Moody 159-94-15B-22-4H, North Tioga, t11/14; cum 32K 2/15;
27574, 1,154, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A-155-94-2734H-9, Alkali Creek, t11/14; cum 57K 2/15;
27748, 655, XTO, Willey 31X-3F, West Capa, t10/14; cum 14K 1/15;

Monday, September 29, 2014: 169 for the month; 515 for the quarter
26722, 640, Triangle USA, State 152-102-36-25-6H, Elk, t4/14; cum 46K 7/14;
27906, 1,284, CLR, Vachal 11-27H2, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 48K 2/15;

Sunday, September 28, 2014: 167 for the month; 513 for the quarter
26478, 243, Murex, Robert Stephen 5-8H, Writing Rock, Three Forks B1 (TF1?), t6/14; cum 15K 7/14;
27041, 1,905, SHD, Bullet 12-36H, Clarks Creek, t6/14; cum 36K 7/14;
27747, 812, XTO, Willey 31X-3G,  West Capa, t10/14 cum 12K 2/15;
27908, 473, Hess, LK-M Elisabeth-147-97-1522H-6, Little Knife, t8/14; cum --

Saturday, September 27, 2014: 163 for the month; 509 for the quarter
25175, 1,199, WPX, Morsette 35-36HX, Spotted Horn, t9/14; cum 105K 2/15;
26893, 607, OXY USA, Leiss 4-26-23H-143-96, Hawkeye, t3/14; cum 40K 7/14;
26894, 424, OXY USA, Robert Sadowsky 2-35-2H-143-96, Manning, t3/14; cum 42K 7/14;
27535, 90, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein 12-17 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t5/14; cum 9K 7/14;
27573, 837, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A-155-94-2734H-9, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 39K 2/15;
27711, 1,515, WPX, Independence 2-35 HI, Mandaree, t6/14; cum 49K 7/14;
27876, 305, Slawson, Cruiser 6-16-9TFH, Big Bend, t8/14; cum --
27907, 570, Vachal 10-27H3, Alkali Creek, t12/14;
27956, 275 SM Energy, Dorothy 3-27HST, wildcat, far northwest corner of North Dakota, west of West Ambrose field, south of Colgan; producing, t7/14; cum 34K 2/15;
 
Friday, September 26, 2014: 154 for the month; 500 for the quarter
27341, 816, CLR, Vachal 9-27H2, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 37K 2/15;
27470, 449, Petro-Hunt, Moody 159-94-15B-22-3H, North Tioga, t10/14; cum 27K 2/15;
27568, 1,797, MRO, Lewis 44-22H, Chimney Butte, t6/14; cum 25K 7/14;
27746, 1,268, XTO, Willey 31X-3D, West Capa, t10/14; cum 24K 2/15;
27779, 53, Enduro, NSCU R-711-H2, Newburg, Spearfish/Charles, t8/14; cum --
27909, 618, Hess, LK-M Elisabeth-147-97-1522H-5, Little Knife, t8/14; cum --

Thursday, September 25, 2014: 148 for the month; 494 for the quarter
23844, 497, OXY USA, Nels Wold 1-36-25H-141-97, St Anthony, t3/14; cum 29K 7/14;
27572, 1,265, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A-155-94-2734H-7, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 59K 2/15;
27925, 1,294, XTO, Willey 31X-3H, West Capa, t10/14; cum 17K 2/15;

Wednesday, September 24, 2014: 145 for the month; 491 for the quarter
25173, 1,597, WPX, Morsette 35-26HZ, Spotted Horn, t9/14; cum 115K 2/15;
25174, 2,246, WPX, Morsette 35-26HD, Spotted Horn, t9/14; cum 97K 2/15;
26067, 780, Whiting, Oukrop 24-34PH, St Anthony, t3/14; cum 24K 7/14;
26068, 725, Whiting, Oukrop 44-34PH, St Anthony, t3/14; cum 24K 7/14;
26683, 2,950, Zavanna, Angus 34-27 2H, Stockyard Creek, in a sundry form dated August, 2014, there may have been a hiccup in drilling but things now seem back on track; t9/15; cum 46K 10/15;
27624, 827, SM Energy, Dixie 12X-35H, Camp, t9/14; cum 61K 2/15;
27910, 790, Hess, LK-M Elisabeth-LW-147-97-1522H-1, Little Knife, t9/14; cum 75K 1/15;

Tuesday, September 23, 2014: 138 for the month; 484 for the quarter
27309, 2,004, BR, Copper Draw 21-27TFH, Johnson Corner, t10/14; cum 59K 1/15;
27559, 2,052, MRO, Harry 34-24TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 24K 7/14;
27629, 1,134, CLR, Brogger 7-4H, Crazy Man Creek, t7/14; cum 17K 7/14;

Monday, September 22, 2014: 135 for the month; 481 for the quarter
26684, 567, Zavanna, Angus 3-10 3TFH, Long Creek, t9/15; cum 22K 10/15;
26831, 2,379, XTO, Rolfson 14X-34A, Siverston, t12/14; cum 42K 1/15;
27471, 627, Petro-Hunt, Moddy 159-94-15B-22H-2H, North Tioga, t10/14; cum 32K 2/15;
27571, 944, Hess, EN-Jeffrey A-155-94-2734H-6, Alkali Creek, t11/14; cum 38K 2/15;
27623, 898, SM Energy, Carol 12-35H, Camp, t9/14; cum 71K 2/15;

Sunday, September 21, 2014: 130 for the month; 476 for the quarter
24568, 1,805, Sinclair, Yauch 03-04-1H, Lone Butte, t6/14, cum 23K 7/14;
26830, 2,443, XTO, Rolfson 14X-34E, Siverston, t12/14; cum 34K 2/15;
27228, 808, Hess, BW-R Peterson-149-99-1102H-2, Cherry Creek, t9/14; cum 50K 1/15;
27630, 1,231, CLR, Brogger 6-4H1,  Crazy Man Creek, t7/14; cum 14K 7/14;

Saturday, September 20, 2014: 126 for the month; 472 for the quarter
26654, 2,331, Whiting, Thurlow-Williams 11-18-2H, Lonesome, one of the most detailed geology reports I have ever seen in a file; gas units early on averaged 600 to 1,000; near the end 1,200 and then jumped to 2,500 in the last 1,000 feet; if the frack report was there, I missed it; I assume it was similar to #26760 on the same pad; t3/14; cum 47K 7/14;
26760, 2,239, Whiting, Thurlow Williams 11-18H, Lonesome, middle Bakken; 28 stages; 2.5 million lbs sand/ceramic; t3/14; cum 48K 7/14;
26685, 1,543, Zavanna, Angus 3-10 5H, Long Creek, t3/15; cum 82K 10/15;
27373, 172, American Eagle, Warren 4-2-163-101, Colgan, a Bakken well, t5/14; cum 16K 7/14;
27622, 944, SM Energy, Donna 12X-35H,  Camp, t9/14; cum 60K 2/15;

Friday, September 19, 2014: 121 for the month; 467 for the quarter
23482, 1,503,WPX, Ruby 31-30HW, Antelope, Sanish, t8/14; cum --
25534, 2,529, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-33C-28-3H, Eagle Nest, t9/14; cum 99K 2/15;
26101, 1,528, Petro-Hunt, Syverson 156-99-30B-31-7H, East Fork, t6/14; cum 30K 7/14;
26686, 548, Zavanna, Angus 34-27 4TFH, Stockyard Creek, t9/15; cum 24K 10/15;
26829, 2,085, XTO, Rolfson 14X-34E, Siverston, t11/14; cum 38K 1/15;
27494, 702, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-2, Robinson Lake, t101/4; cum 53K 1/15;
27664, 535, CRL, Sumner 1-12H, Ellisville, t10/14; cum 35K 1/15;
27851, 77, Enduro, MMU 31-42-H1, Mohall, a Madison well, t4/14; cum 8K 7/14;

Thursday, September 18, 2014: 113 for the month; 459 for the quarter
26130, 3,396, Oasis, Hysted 5200 14-30 2B, Camp, t3/14; cum 74K 7/14;
26180, 217, Oasis, Postel 5693 44-35B, Alger, t9/14; cum 29K 1/15;
26298, 2,139, Oasis, Oasis, Meiers 5692 44-18 3T, Alger, t8/14; cum 32K 1/15;
26320, 262, Oasis, State 5792 11-15 2T, Cottonwood, t7/14; cum 3K 7/14;
26382, 331, Oasis, Mallard 5692 21-20 9T2, Alger, TF2, 36 stages; 4.3 million lbs, t8/14; cum 12K 1/15;
26585, 205, Oasis, Dale Van Berkom 5992 14-30 3B, Cottonwood, t4/14; cum 17K 7/14;
26886, 3,489, Oasis, Brier 5200 44-22 7B, Camp, t6/14; cum 52K 7/14;
26887, 2,979, Oasis, Brier 5200 44-22 4T2, Camp, t6/14; cum 17K 7/14;
27216, 419, Oasis, Loren 5303 14-1 2T, Rosebud, t4/14; cum 17K 7/14;
27227, 742, Hess, BW-Kraetsch-149-99-1423H-2, Cherry Creek, t10/14; cum 56K 1/15;
27248, 384, Petro-Hunt, L. Hoiby 159-94-30D-19-5H, North Tioga, t7/14; cum --
27534, 81, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein 12-17H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well; t5/14; cum 7K 7/14;
27604, 1,344, BR, Bullrush 24-10TFH, Elidah, no production data,

Wednesday, September 17, 2014: 100 for the month; 446 for the quarter
23481, 1,399, WPX, Ruby 31-30HA, Antelope, t8/14; cum --
25944, 2,346, QEP, Poncho 1-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 73K 7/14;
25945, 2,656, QEP, Poncho 1-3-10TH, Grail, t4/14; cum 41K 7/14;
25946, 2,907, QEP, Poncho 2-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 55K 7/14;
25947, 2,701, QEP, Poncho, 2-3-10TH, Grail, t12/13; cum 87K 7/14;
26329, 3,180, QEP, Poncho 5-3-10BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 61K 7/14;
26682, 2,770, Zavanna, Angus 3-10 1H, Long Creek, t9/15; cum 39K 10/15;
26687, 1,201, Zavanna, Angus 3-10 7H, Long Creek, t41/5; K 10/15;
26828, 2,097, XTO, Rolfson 14X-34F, Siverston, t11/14; cum 30K 1/15;
27495, 716, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-3, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 38K 2/15;
27583, 297, CLR, Dunkirk 1-8AH1, St Demetrius, t7/14; cum 7K 7/14;
27663, 452, CLR, Mercer 1-13H, Ellisville, t9/14; cum 42K 2/15;

Tuesday, September 16, 2014: 88 for the month; 434 for the quarter 
26667, 563, Emerald Oil, Ty Webb 1-1-12H, Sheep Butte, t3/14; cum 32K 7/14;
27226, 1,051, Hess, BW-R Peterson-149-99-1102H-3, Cherry Creek, t9/14; cum 65K 2/15;

Monday, September 15, 2014: 86 for the month; 432 for the quarter
27554, 2,787, XTO, Walton Federal 41X-19, Bear Den, t9/14; cum 99K 1/15;
27586, 190, CLR, Melgaard 5-14H1,  Sadler, t9/14; cum 27K 2/15;

Sunday, September 14, 2014: 84 for the month; 430 for the quarter
26476, 1,394, CLR, Rochester Federal 6-24H, North Tobacco Garden, t10/14; cum 86K 2/15;
27138, 2,300, MRO, Lantz 24-32TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 94K 2/15;
27496, 689, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-4, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 46K 2/15;
27580, 1,440, BR, Sequoia 41-4TFH,  Hawkeye, t9/14; cum 52K 2/15;

Saturday, September 13, 2013: 80 for the month; 426 for the quarter
27225, 843, Hess, BW-Kraetsch-149-99-1423H-3, Cherry Creek, t10/14; cum 51K 2/15;
27545, 739, CLR, Knox 1-16H, Winner, t6/14; cum 83K 2/15;
27553, 3,645, XTO, Walton Federal 41X-19H, Bear Den, t9/14; cum 27K 9/14;
27579, 1,920, BR, Sequoia 31-4MBH, Hawkeye, t9/14; cum 43K 2/15;
27832, dry, CLR, Jersey 29-6H, Alkali Creek, no production data,

Friday, September 12, 2014: 75 for the month; 421 for the quarter
20789, 987, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 34-10PH, Zenith, t3/14; cum 44K 7/14;
24871, 984, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 44-10PH, Zenith, producing, t3/14; cum 32K 7/14;
24872, 967, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 14-10PH, Zenith, producing, t3/14; cum 39K 7/14;
26477, 1,031, CLR, Rochester 7-24H1, North Tobacco Garden, t11/14; cum 61K 2/15;
27497, 525, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-5, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 29K 2/15;
27635, 137, Slawson, Matilda Bay 1-15H, Stockyard Creek, 8 stages; planned for 24, mechanical problems; 600,000 pounds proppant; single section spacing, t6/14; cum --
27778, 80, Enduro, NSCU R-711-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t5/14; cum 3K 7/14;

Thursday, September 11, 2014: 68 for the month; 414 for the quarter
27578, 1,296, BR, Sequoia 31-4TFH, Hawkeye, t9/14; cum 34K 2/15;
27618, 271, Slawson, Whirlwind 3-31H, Big Bend, t8/14; cum 63K 2/15;

Wednesday, September 10, 2014: 66 for the month; 412 for the quarter
23749, 1,048, CLR, Rochester 5-24H1, North Tobacco Garden, t11/14; cum 65K 2/15;
26262, 1,055, Emerald, Caper 3-15-22H, Boxcar Butte, t3/14; cum 39K 7/14;
27202, 661, Petro-Hunt, Watterud 160-95-11D-2-1H, Stoneview, t9/14; cum 52K 2/15;
27243, 95, Denbury, CHSU 11-35NH 15, Cedar Hills, a Red River well, t4/14; cum 8K 7/14;
27555, 1,922, MRO, Keith 44-31TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 99K 2/15;
27693, 1,048, Hess, HA-Swenson-152-95-1819H-6, Hawkeye, t6/14; cum 40K 7/14;

Tuesday, September 9, 2014: 60 for the month; 406 for the quarter
23015, 894, CLR, Sacramento Federal 6-10H, Brooklyn, t9/14; cum 90K 2/15;
26429, 1,888, Whiting, Norgard 41-13-2H, Ellsworth, t3/14; cum 50K 7/14;
27498, 604, Hess, EN-L Cvancara-155-93-2627H-6, Robinson Lake, t11/14; cum 38K 2/15;
27552, 2,422, XTO, Walton Federal 41X-19G, Bear Den, t9/14; cum 104K 1/15;
27619, 519, Slawson, Whirlwind 6-31TFH, Big Bend, t8/14; cum 53K 2/15;
27636, 573, Slawson, Matilda Bay 2-15H, Stockyard Creek, t6/14; cum 21K 7/14;

Monday, September 8, 2014: 54 for the month; 400 for the quarter
23750, 1,461, CLR, Rochester 4-24H, North Tobacco Garden, t10/14; cum 100K 2/15;
26236, 640, CLR, Madison 7-28H, Dollar Joe, t9/14; cum 44K 2/15;
27511, 112, Corinthian, Corinthian 2-Backman 12-34 1M, North Souris, a Madison well, t4/14; cum 7K 7/14;

Sunday, September 7, 2014: 51 for the month; 397 for the quarter
19781, DRY, Fram Operating, Helmers 1, wildcat, no production data,  looks like SW corner of Renville County; completed 3/14; a Madison well,
26406, 2,164, BR, CCU Four Aces 24-21MBH, Corral Creek, t8/14 cum 77K 2/15;
26583, 185, American Eagle, Shelly 3-2N-163-102, Skjermo, t6/14; cum 4K 7/14;
27132, 2,164, BR, CCU Corral Creek 31-28MBH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum 55K 2/15;
27346, 1,713, BR, Stafford 14-34TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 17K 7/14;
27512, 1,652, XTO, Serrahn 41X-6D, Siverston, t7/14; cum 5K 7/14;
 
Saturday, September 6, 2014: 45 for the month; 391 for the quarter
26237, 601, CLR, Madison 6-28H1, Dollar Joe, t9/14; cum 36K 2/15;
26407, 1,884, BR, CCU Four Aces 24-21TFH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum 75K 2/15;
26530, 999, CLR, Jerry 5-8H, Poe, t11/14; cum 54K 2/15;
26819, 653, Hess, EN-Hermanson-LE-155-93-3501H-4, Robinson Lake, t11/14; cum 46K 2/15;
27201, 607, Petro-Hunt, Watterud 160-95-14A-23-1H, Stoneview, t9/14; cum 56K 2/15;
27537, 81, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein 4-17 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t5/14; cum 9K 7/14;

Friday, September 5, 2014: 39 for the month; 385 for the quarter
26393, IA, CLR, Limousin 3-3H, Sanish, minimal production,
27131, 1,162, BR, CCU Corral Creek 31-28TFH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum 29K 2/15;
27276, 318, SM Energy, Vincent Trust 16-21HS, Big Dipper, t7/14; cum 34K 2/15;

Thursday, September 4, 2014: 36 for the month; 382 for the quarter
24697, 483, OXY USA, Henry Kovash 5-6-7H-142-95, Manning, t3/14; cum 26K 7/14;
26138, 2.080, QEP, TAT 2-35-26TH, Grail, t4/14; cum 46K 7/14;
26139, 2,232, QEP, TAT 3-35-26BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 50K 7/14;
26140, 2,496, QEP, TAT 4-35-26BH, Grail, t4/14; cum 48K 7/14;
26238, 591, CLR, Pierre Federal 7-21H,  Dollar Joe, t9/14; cum 57K 2/15;
26408, 1,884, BR, CCU Corral Creek 21-28TFH, Corral Creek, t4/14; cum 43K 7/14;
26528, 2,071, Whiting, Wisness 14-34-2H, Juniper, t3/14; cum 41K 7/14;
26529, 2,294, Whiting, Wisness 14-34H, Juniper, t3/14; cum 41K 7/14;
26531, 903, CLR, Jerry 4-8H, Poe, t11/14; cum 37K 2/15;
27130, 1,964, BR, CCU Four Aces 34-21MBH, Corral Creek, nt8/14; cum 78K 2/15;
27513, 1,595, XTO, Serrahn 41X-6H, Siverston, t7/14; cum 5K 7/14;
27658, 2,263, Statoil, Buford 10-3 1H, Buford, t7/14; cum 6K 7/14;
Wednesday, September 3, 2014: 24 for the month; 370 for the quarter
23016, 1,161, CLR, Sacramento Federal 7-10H1, Brooklyn, t9/14; cum 68K 2/15;
24533, 1,595, Petro-Hunt, Clear Creek 152-96-34B-6H, Clear Creek, t6/14; cum 25K 7/14;
26409, 1,964, BR, CCU Corral Creek 11-28MBH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum 58K 2/15;
26603, A, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, Jon R 16-21-22H, Stanley, 4 sections, no IP yet; cum 35K 7/14;
26734, 168, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, Shirley Anne 34-9H, Stanley, 1 section, t3/14; cum 14K 7/14;
26747, 578, OXY USA, Wittinger 3-8-5H-143-95, Murphy Creek, t4/14; cum 48K 7/14;
26748, 552, OXY USA, Wittinger 4-8-5H-143-95, Murphy Creek, t4/14; cum 35K 7/14;
26796, 2,131, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-24D-13-7H, Antelope, Sanish, t8/14; cum 13K 7/14;
26812, 661, Hess, EN-Hermandson-LE-155-93-3501H-3, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 45K 2/15;
27567, 1,448, MRO, Hellerud 14-23TFH, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, t6/14; cum 10K 6/14;

Tuesday, September 2, 1014: 14 for the month; 360 for the quarter
24603, 311, Samson Resources, Bonneville 3625-1TFH, West Ambrose, t4/14; cum 18K 7/14;
26239, 712, CLR, Pierre Federal 6-21H1, Dollar Joe, t9/14; cum 37K 2/15;
26263, 1,496, Emerald Oil, Caper 4-15-22H, Boxcar Butte, t3/14; cum 42K 7/14;
26326, 879, XTO, Boomer Federal 34X-35G, Lost Bridge, t9/14; cum 32K 2/15;
26588, 758, CLR, Honolulu 3-22H3, Indian Hill, t6/14; cum 3K 6/14;
27129, 1,362, BR, CCU Four Aces 34-21TFH, Corral Creek, t8/14; cum 36K 12/14;
27422, 1,163, XTO, Lyla 24X-10E, Lindahl, t11/14; cum 5K 12/14;
27594, 352, Slawson, Challenger Federal 6-29-32TFH, Big Bend, t9/14; cum 53K 12/14;

Monday, September 1, 2014: 6 for the month; 352 for the quarter
25467, 1,821, Whiting, Privratsky 11-27PH, Zenith, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 57K 6/14;
25468, 1,920, Whiting, Privratsky 21-27PH, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 72K 6/14;
25469, 2,272, Whiting, Privratsky 41-27PH, Zenith, Three Forks (Pronghorn), no frac data, t3/14; cum 81K 6/14; 
26392, IA, CLR, Limousin 2-3H2, Sanish, 4K over 4 days in December, 2014
27200, 659, Petro-Hunt, Watterud 160-95-14A-23-2H, Stoneview, t9/14; cum 39K 12/14;
27542, 1,398, Petro-Hunt, Anderson 152-96-26B-25-2HS, Clear Creek, t11/14; cum 35K 12/14;

Sunday, August 31, 2014
None. 

Saturday, August 30, 2014

None.
 
Thursday, August 28, 2014: 163 for the month; 346 for the quarter
26183, 649, Oasis, Mallard 5692 21-20 4T, Alger, t6/14; cum 2K 7/14;
26264, 627, Oasis, Lydia 5601 43-24T, Tyrone, t2/14; cum 11K 7/14;
26427, 991, Oasis, Osage 569 43-24T, Alger, t4/14; cum 49K 12/14;
26586, 664, CLR, Honolulu 2-22H2, Indian Hill, t7/14; cum 5K 7/14;
26587, 207, Oasis, Delia 5992 14-30 2T, Cottonwood, t4/14; cum 8K 7/14;
26813, 794, EN-Hermanson-LE-155-93-3501H-3, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 47K 12/14;
26832, 1,418, Oasis, Lefty 5200 14-30 4T2, Camp, t4/14; cum 7K 7/14;
27051, 259, Corinthian, Corinthian Backman 12-35 1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t5/14; cum 11K 7/14;
27369, 362, American Eagle, Murielle 16-1E-163-102, Colgan, t7/14; cum 12K 7/14;

Wednesday, August 27, 2014: 154 for the month; 337 for the quarter
24601, 131, Samson Resources, Bonneville 3625-7TFH, West Ambrose, t4/14; cum 64K 12/14;
26328, 1,916, XTO, Boomer Federal 34X-35D, Lost Bridge, t9/14; cum 35K 12/14;
26882, 1,473, Abraxas, Ravin 26-35-7H, North Fork, t9/14; cum 75K 12/14;
27319, 600, Ballard Petroleum, Fines 24-19, Wildcat; t6/14; cum 3K 6/14;
27593, 519, Slawson, Challenger Federal 3-29-32H, t9/14; cum 88K 12/14;

Tuesday, August 26, 2014:  149 for the month; 332 for the quarter
26678, 667, OXY USA, Mildred Sadowsky 3-11-14H-142-97, Willmen, t2/14; cum 24K 6/14;
26993, 1,119, CLR, Wallace 1-6H, Oliver, t7/14; cum --
27186, 54, Hunt, Blue Ridge 159-100-6-7H-1, Green Lake, t5/14; cum 4K 6/14;
27560, 2,150, MRO, Friederich 34-24H, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 65K 12/14;


Monday, August 25, 2014: 145 for the month; 328 or the quarter
19474, 12, Fram Operating, Nailor Trust 1, wildcat, 32-160-86,  a Madison well, t6/14; cum --
25869, 2,938, QEP, Pogo 2-28-33TH, Grail, t3/14; cum 150K 12/14;
25870, 2,369, QEP, Pogo 2-28-33BH, Grail, t3/14; cum 121K 12/14;
25871, 2,322, QEP, Pogo 1-28-33BH, Grail, t3/14; cum 129K 12/14;
26196, 28 (per scout ticket), Murex, Diane Renee 3-10H, Writing Rock, t9/14; cum --
26319, 2,183, QEP, Pogo 28-33-27-34LL, t3/14; cum 118K 12/14;
26328, 1,916, XTO, Boomer Federal 34X-35H, Lost Bridge, t9/14; cum 35K 12/14;
26467, 1,007, Newfield, Scott 150-99-13-24-4H, Siverston, t5/14; cum 72K 12/14;
26798, 2,295, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-94-24D-13-5H, Antelope, t7/14; cum 126K 12/14;
26883, 1,594, Abraxas, Ravin 26-35-6H, North Fork, t9/14; cum 88K 12/14;
27273, 725, Hess, EN-Hermanson-LE-155-93-3501H-1, Robinson Lake, t9/14; cum 38K 12/14;
27274, 346, Slawson, Cruiser 3-16-9H, Big Bend, t7/14; cum 87K 12/14;
27423, 974, XTO, Lyla 24X-10A, Lindahl, t1/15; cum --
27577, 2,741, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 3H, Alger, t10/14; cum 16K 12/14;
27712, 1,896, Statoil, Syverson 1-12 7TFH, Stony Creek, t12/14; cum 2K 12/14;

Sunday, August 24, 2014: 130 for the month; 313 or the quarter
21774, 244, Whiting, Ash Coulee Federal 44-18TFH, Ash Coulee, t4/14; cum 7K 6/14;
26483, 1,154, Whiting, Cherry State 31-16H, Pleasant Hill, t3/14; cum 56K 6/14;
26484, 1,482, Whiting, Cherry State 31-16-2H, Pleasant Hill, t3/14; cum 60K 6/14;
27450, 348, CLR, Hartman 8-28H1, Chimney Butte,t10/14; cum 25K 12/14;
27634, 60, Enduro, MRPSU 30-42-H1, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t4/14; cum 2K 6/14;
27675, 464, Slawson, Mole 3-20H, Big Bend, t8/14; cum 60K 12/14;
27714, 2,439, Statoil, Syverson 1-12 5TFH, Stony Creek, t12/14; cum 6K 12/14;

Saturday, August 23, 2014: 123 for the month; 303 or the quarter
24002, 2,490, Statoil, Syverson 1-12 4H, Stony Creek, t12/14; cum 6K 12/14;
26884, 1,395, Abraxas, Ravin 26-35-5H, North Fork, t8/14; cum 85K 12/14;
27062, 2,112, BR, Norman 21-4TFH 3SH, 4 sections, Johnson Corner, t9/14; cum 18K 12/14;
27185, 125, Hunt, Smokey Butte 160-100-31-30H-1, Smoky Butte, t5/14; cum 2K 6/14;
27199, 345, Petro-Hunt, Watterud 160-95-11D-2-2H, Stoneview, t9/14; cum 25K 12/14;
27576, 1,808, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 7TFH, Alger, t11/14; cum 6K 12/14;
27713, 2,980, Statoil, Syverson 1-12 6H, Stony Creek, t12/14; cum 7K 12/14;

Friday, August 22, 2014: 116 for the month; 296 for the quarter
26468, 946, Newfield, Scott 150-99-13-24-5H, Siverston, t5/14; cum 29K 6/14;
27061, 2,088, BR, Denali 21-4MBH 3NH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t9/14; cum 14K 11/14;
27536, 84, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein 4-17H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t5/14; cum 5K 6/14;
27717, 50, Corinthian, Corinthian Backman 12-35 3H, North Sourth, a Spearfish well, t4/14; cum 10K 6/14;

Thursday, August 21, 2014: 112 for the month; 292 for the quarter
25770, 1,509, Oasis, Nadine Bob 5501 11-1T, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum --

26615, 1,350, Oasis, Brier 5200 11-27 8T2, Camp, ICO spacing, t6/14; cum 18K 6/14;
27187, 346, American Eagle, Ella 4-15-163-102, Skjermo, t6/14; cum 14K 6/14;
27255, 386 Hess, EN-Hanson A-155-94-0607H-2, Manitou, t11/14; cum 13K 11/14;
27359, 1,137, XTO, Franchuk 24X-19F, Murphy Creek, t8/14; cum 16K 11/14;
27451, 254, CLR, Hartman 8-28H2, Chimney Butte, t10/14; cum 4K 11/14;
27500, 245, XTO, Lyla 24X-10F, Lindahl, t11/14; cum --

Wednesday, August 20, 2014: 105 for the month; 284 for the quarter
26198, 409, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 1H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum --
27060, 1,872, BR, Norman 21-4MBH, 2SH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t9/14; cum 14K 11/14;
27325, 1,986, KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-13H3, South Fork, t6/14; cum --
27575, 2,474, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 8H, Alger, t10/14; cum 8K 11/14;

Tuesday, August 19, 2014: 101 for the month; 280 for the quarter
26397, IA, CLR, Limousin 7-3H, Sanish, no test date; 245 bbls in December, 2014
26885, 1,141, Abraxas, Ravin 26-35-4H, North Fork, t10/14; cum 66K 12/1;4
27209, drl, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4B-9-2HR, Charlson, Three Forks B2, sections 4, 5, 8, 9 - 153-95; TVD, 9,978; TD, 19,839; 2560-acre spacing; azimuth 214 degrees; orig app permit name: USA 153-95-4B-9-1HS, February 14, 2014: request rec'd to change well to be under spacing order #22895, 1280-acre spacing; so I believe the "R" is a revised request/permit to change from 2560-acre spacing to 1280-acre spacing; same date, request rec'd to change name to "2HR" -- same target; it looks like TD was reached at a measured depth (MD) of 8,767 feet on March 18, 2014; in limestone; depths, prognosis: Lodgepole - 9,061; Bakken Shale - 9,767; Middle Bakken - 9,791; Target Horizon - 9,814; geology report said this was a Middle Bakken well; frack data not yet posted;
27358, 1,821, XTO, Franchuk 24X-19B, Murphy Creek, t8/14; cum 26K 11/14;
27625, 85, Enduro, NSCU 1-706H,  Newburg,Spearfish/Charles, t4/14; cum 3K 6/14;

Monday, August 18, 2014: 96 for the month; 275 for the quarter
26200, 772, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 3H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum --
26394, IA, CLR, Limousin 4-3H1, Sanish, no production data,
26418, 572, Fidelity, Ben 19-20H,  Dutch Henry Butte, t3/14; cum 36K 6/14;
26447, 383, Fidelity, Mary P 19-20H, Dutch Henry Butte, t4/14; cum 20K 6/14;
27059, 1,320, BR, Denali 21-4TFH 2NH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t9/14; cum 6K 11/14;
27254, 671, Hess, En-Hanson A-155-94-0607H-3, Manitou, t7/14; cum --
27326, 2,430, KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-13H, South Fork, t7/14; cum --
27539, 228, Sinclair, Nelson 1-36H, Kittleson Slough, t4/14; cum 12K 6/14;

Sunday, August 17, 2014: 88 for the month; 267 for the quarter
26398, 667, CLR, Limousin 8-3H1, Sanish, t3/15; cum 117K 10/15;
27052, 155, Corinthian, Corinthian Backman 12-35 2H, North Souris, Spearfish well, t4/14; cum 7K 6/14;
27452, 829, CLR, Hartman 10-28H, Chimney Butte, t10/14; cum 37K 11/14;

Saturday, August 16, 2014: 85 for the month; 264 for the quarter
26199, 380, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 2TFH, Springbrook, t12/14; cum --
26391, 911, CLR, Limousin 1-3H, Sanish, t3/15; cum 256K 1/18;
27253, 908, Hess, EN-Hanson A-155-94-0607H-4, Manitou, t7/14; cum 48K 11/14;
27357, 1,431, XTO, Franchuk 24X-19E, Murphy Creek, t8/14; cum 19K 11/14;

Friday, August 15, 2014: 81 for the month; 260 for the quarter
24832, 1,243, Petro-Hunt, Kostelnak 145-97-29B-32-1H, Little Knife, t6/14; cum 22K 6/14;
26395, 710, CLR, Limousin 5-3H, Sanish, t3/15; cum 110K 10/15;
26673, 344, OXY USA, Steffan 2-29-28H-143-97, Willmen, t2/14; cum 20K 6/14;
27327, 2,357, KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-14H3, South Fork, t7/14; cum --

Thursday, August 14, 2014: 77 for the month; 256 for the quarter
24001, 1,670, Statoil, Syverson1-12 3TFH, Stony Creek, t12/14; cum 5K 12/14;
26450, 1,470, Newfield, Hovland 150-99-26-35-4H, South Tobacco Garden, t5/14; cum 22K 6/14;
27082, 2,371, Whiting, Johnson 34-8-2H, Pleasant Hill, t2/14; cum 60K 6/14;
27338, 863, CLR, Vachal 8-27H, Alkali Creek, no IP; s2/14; cum 13K 12/14;
27356, 1,490, XTO, Franchuk 24X-19A, Murphy Creek, t8/14; cum 33K 11/14;
27453, A, CLR, Hartman 5-28H3, Chimney Butte, no IP; s2/14; cum --
Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 71 for the month; 250 for the quarter
26102, 1,476, Petro-Hunt, Syverson 156-99-30B-31-6H, East Fork, t6/14; cm 19K 6/14;
26151, 1,146, WPX, Alfred Old Dao 30-31 HZ, Reunion Bay, t6/14; cum 5K 6/14;
27293, 695, Hess, EN-Ortloff-156-94-2635H-8, Big Butte, t10/14; cum 23K 11/14;

Tuesday, August 12, 2014: 68 for the month; 247 for the quarter
19818, 2,051, Rimrock/KOG, Skunk Creek 4-8-17-14H, South Fork, t7/14; cum 268K 1/18;
25769, 2,382, Oasis, Vaughn Becky 5501 11-1B, Cow Creek, t7/14; cum -- 
26184, 1,341, Oasis, Mallart 5692 21-20-3B, Alger, t6/14; cum 5K 6/14;
26185, 1,127, Oasis, Mallard 5692 21-20 2T, Alger, t6/14; cum 2K 6/14;
27339, 1,519, CLR, Vachal 7-27H,  Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 2K 11/14;
27347, 1,827, MRO, Marshall 34-10H, Chimney Butte, t6/14; cum 7K 6/14;

Monday, August 11, 2014: 62 for the month; 241 for the quarter
21374, 2,263, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 4TFH, Alger, t9/14; cum 6K 11/14;
26149, 990, WPX, Alfred Old Dog 30-31HC,  Reunion Bay, t7/14; cum 4K 6/14;
26396, 669, CLR, Limousin 6-3H2, Sanish, t3/15; cum 84K 10/15;
26449, 1,318, Newfield, Hovland 150-99-26-35-3H, South Tobacco Garden, t5/14; cum 22K 6/14;
26575, 2,152, MRO, Cheetah USA 14-16TFH, Four Bears, t4/14; cum 46K 6/14;
27133, 344, Hess, SC-Tom-2560-153-98-1514-2223H-1, Truax, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 13K 11/14;
27153, 2,404, BR, Arches 34-35MBH, Keene,Three Forks, t7/14; cum --
27454, 450, CLR, Hartman 6-28H2, Chimney Butte, t10/14; cum 11K 11/14;

Sunday, August 10, 2014: 55 for the month; 233 for the quarter
26148, 556, WPX, Alfred Old Dog 30-31HY, Reunion Bay, t6/14; cum 4K 6/14;
27270, 812, WPX, Glenn Fox 13-24HA, Van Hook, t6/14; cum 10K 6/14;
27294, 990, Hess, EN-Ortloff-156-94-2635H-7, Big Butte, t10/14; cum 45K 11/14;
27556, 3,511, XTO, Kaye Federal 43X-4B, Lost Bridge, t7/14; cum --

Saturday, August 9, 2014: 51 for the month; 229 for the quarter
26095, 106, American Eagle, La Plata State 2-16-163-101, Colgan, t6/14; cum 2K 6/14;
26448, 58, Newfield, Hovland 150-99-26-35-2H, South Tobacco Garden, t5/14; cum 3K 11/14;
26605, 1,244, Newfield, Hoffmann 149-98-11-2-2H, Pembroke, t5/14; cum 21K 6/14;
27154, 1,603, BR, Arches 34-35TFH, Keene, Three Forks, t7/14; cum --
27210, 89, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 16-36 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t3/14; cum 7K 6/14;
27340, 907, CLR, Vachal 6-27H1, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 4K 11/14;
27455, 426, CLR, Hartman 7-28H3, Chimney Butte, t11/14; cum 10K 11/14;

Friday, August 8, 2014: 44 for the month; 222 for the quarter
26475, 203, Murex, Gary Lee 31-30H, Alexandri, producing, t5/14; cum 3K 6/14;
26538, 625, OXY USA, Mildred Sadowsky 2-11-14H-142-97, Willmen, t2/14; cum 28K 6/14;
26941, 99, Corinthian, Corinthian Skarphol 16-29 1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t3/14; cum 9K 6/14;
27053, 171, Denbury, CHSU 14B-26NH 15, Cedar Hills,a South Red River B well, t4/14; cum 15K 6/14;
27134, 1,002, Hess, SC-Tom-153-98-1514H-7, Truax, t10/14; cum 41K 11/14;
27271, 690, WPX, Glenn Fox 13-24HW, Van Hook, t7/14; cum 7K 6/14;
27295, 1,014, Hess, EN-Ortloff-156-94-2635H-6, Big Butte, t9/14; cum 42K 11/14;
27557, 2,013, XTO, Kaye Federal 43X-4E, Lost Bridge, t7/14; no production data,

Thursday, August 7, 2014: 36 for the month; 214 for the quarter
21373, 2,451, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 5H, Alger, t9/14; cum 8K 11/14;
24574, 904, Whiting,  Wanner Federal 21-1TFH, St Demetrius, t4/14; cum 25K 6/14;
25707, 312, OXY USA, Martin 3-30-31H-144-96, Cabernet, t2/14; cum 19K 6/14;
26754, 622, CLR, Juneau 6-11H1, Brooklyn, t6/14; cum 9K 6/14;
27084, 1,656, BR, Norman 44-33MBHm Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t7/14; no production data,


Wednesday, August 6, 2014: 31 for the month; 209 for the quarter
26606, 1,013, Newfield, Hoffmann 149-98-11-2-10H, Pembroke, t5/14; cum 19K 6/14;
27237, 1,370, Slawson, Waterbond 4-27-34TFH, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 1K 11/14;
27272, 789, WPX, Glenn Fox 13-24HX, Van Hook, t6/14; cum 8K 6/14;
27290, 454, CLR, Volesky 1-23H1, Ukraina, t6/14; cum 7K 6/14;

Tuesday, August 5, 2014: 27 for the month; 205 for the quarter
26707, 658, Hunt, Bowline 1-2-11H,  Little Tank, t5/14; cum 13K 6/14;
26801, 663, Hess, SC-Tom-153-98-1514H-6, Truax, t9/14; cum 29K 11/14;
27402, 1,319, XTO, William Federal 41X-6C, Bear Den, t8/14; cum 33K 11/14;

Monday, August 4, 2014: 24 for the month; 202 for the quarter
21375, 2,516, Statoil, Barstad 23-14 6TFH, Alger, t9/14; cum 8K 11/14;
26040, 1,566, CLR, Kuhn Federal 3-12H, Camp, t6/14; cum 26K 6/14;
26568, 1,463, Whiting, Cherry State 21-16-2H, Pleasant Hill, t2/14; cum 50K 6/14;
26753, 956, CLR, Juneau 7-11H, Brooklyn, t6/14; cum 19K 6/14;
27085, 1,560, BR, Norman 34-33TFH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t7/14; cum 14K 11/15;
27296, 863, Hess, EN-Ortloff-156-94-2635H-5, Big Butte, t10/14; cum 40K 11/15;
27334, 293, Emerald Oil, Ron Burgundy 3-23-14H, Temple, t6/13; cum 23K 11/15;

Sunday, August 3, 2014: 17 for the month; 195 for the quarter
24574, 904, Whiting, Wanner Federal 21-1TFH, St Demetrius, t4/14; cum 48K 11/15;
26607, 1,023, Newfield, Hoffman Federal 149-98-11-2-3H, Pembroke, t6/14; cum 22K 6/14;
26800, 974, Hess, SC-Tom 153-98-1514H-5, Truax, t9/14; cum 43K 11/15;
27403, 1,485, XTO, Williams Federal 41X-6H, Bear Den, t8/14; cum 42K 11/15;
27443, 2,153, XTO, FBIR Guyblackhawk 24X-27ER, Heart Butte, t7/14; cum 56K 11/15;

Saturday, August 2, 2014: 12 for the month; 188 for the quarter
24911, 2,585, Whiting, Roen Federal 24-10H, Elk, t5/14; cum 273K 4/19;
26659, 931, SM Energy, Emma 13-7H, Poe, t6/14; cum 80K 11/15;
26708, 268, Hunt, Antelope 1-32-29H, Sather Lake, t5/14; cum 15K 6/14;
27032, 796, CLR, McCoy 5-18H, West McGregor, t7/14; cum --
27101, 599, Petro-Hunt, Estby 159-94-26A-34-1H, East Tioga, t5/14; cum 16K 6/14;
27137, 1,872, BR, Denali 21-4MBH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t7/14; cum 5K 11/15;

Friday, August 1, 2014: 6 for the month; 182 for the quarter
23057, 496, OXY USA, Federal Tormaschy 2-5-8H-142-96, Manning, t2/14; cum 29K 6/14;
24912, 2,607, Whiting, Roen 24-10-2H, Elk, t5/14; cum 208K 1/18;
27155, 490, MRO, Lucille USA 14-10H, Wolf Bay, t3/14; cum 23K 6/14;
27196, 753, Whiting, Evy June 41-18HU, Estes, t5/14; cum 7K 5/14;
27297, 589, Hess EN-Ortloff-156-94-2635H-4, Big Butte, t9/14; cum 19K 11/14;
27462, 73, Hess, LK-Bice-LW-147-97-1201H-1, Big Gulch, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 2K 11/14;


Thursday, July 31, 2014: 176
26762, 99, Corinthian, Corinthian Bowers 9-3 1H, North Souris, a nice Spearfish well, t3/14; cum 8K 51/4;
27136, 1,200, BR, Denali 21-4TFH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, no production data,
27366, 2,395, MRO, Grover 11-3TFH, Reunion Bay, t5/14; cum 217K 1/18;
27603, 1,824, BR, Bullrush 34-10MBH-A, Elidah, t2/15; cum 70K 10/15;


Wednesday, July 30, 2014: 172
24913, 2,424, Whiting, Roen 24-10-3H, Elk, t5/14; cum 213K 1/18;
26658, 889, SM Energy, Hank 13-7H, Poe, t6/14; cum 54K 11/14;
26799, 693, Hess, SC-Tom-153-98-1514H-4, Truax, t9/14; cum 33K 11/14;
26864, 184, XTO, Ruby State Federal 34X-36E, Grinnell, t9/14; cum 178k 4/19; strange production profie; as of 11/18 seems to have straightened out;
27033, 988, CLR, McCoy 6-18H1, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 38K 11/14;
27057, 268, Hunt, Sioux Trail 160-101-36-25H-1, Sioux Trail, t4/14; cum 6K 5/14;
27077, 1,342, MRO, Vollmer 24-24TFH, Chimney Butte, Three Forks B-1,t7/14; cum 40K 11/14;
27238, 1,332, Slawson, Waterbond 6-27-34TFH, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 1K 11/14;

Tuesday, July 29, 2014: 164
23056, 354, OXY USA, Federal Bud 2-32-29H-143-96, Fayette, t1/14; cum 41K 5/14;
27212, 100, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein Barbot 13-8 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t2/14; cum 12K 5/14;
27315, 142, Hess, EN-Joyce-2560-156-94-1720-1621H-2, Manitou, t8/14; cum 25K 11/14;
27461, 820, Hess, LK-bice-147-97-1201H-7, Big Gulch, no production data, (ex-Mayor Bloomberg wanted to ban the "Big Gulp," not the "Big Gulch"), t9/14; cum 46K 11/14;

Monday, July 28, 2014: 160
26370, 354, Lime Rock Resources / OXY USA, Leroy Petry 1-20-17H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t1/14; cum 82K 4/19;
26780, 1,835, Oasis, Mandarin 5693 43-35B, Alger, t4/14; cum 22K 5/14;
26863, 442, XTO, Ruby State Federal 34X-36A, Grinnell, t9/14; cum 29K 11/14;
27034, 623, CLR, McCoy 7-18H, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 27K 11/14;

Sunday, July 27, 2018: 156
21803, 1,467, HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-9C-10-4H, Four Bears, t5/14; cum 43K 5/14;
26307, 847, Hess, LK-Bice-147-97-1201H-6, Big Gulch, t8/14; cum 48K 11/14;
27135, 1,680, BR, Norman 21-4MBH, Johnson Corner, t7/14; cum 14K 11/14;
27288, dry, SM Energy, Dorothy 3-27HS, wildcat (Colgan, hardly a wildcat), no production data,

Saturday, July 26, 2014 152
27204, 2,290, XTO, McCoy 44X-36C, Siverston, t6/14; no production data,
27314, 349, Hess, EN-Joyce-2560-156-94-1720-1621H-1, Manitou, t9/14; cum 23K 11/14;

Friday, July 25, 2014: 150 completed wells so far this month, this quarter
21805, 1,362, Bruin / HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-9C-10-5H, Four Bears, t5/14; cum 284K 5/19;
25983, 1,800, Whiting, Chitwod 34-36-2H, Ellsworth, t1/14; cum 40K 5/14;
26491, 1,088, Newfield, Wahus state 152-97-12-1-3H, Westberg, t5/14; cum 22K 5/14;
26862, 1,546, XTO, Ruby State Federal 34X-36A, Grinnell, t9/14; cum 4K 11/14;
27289, 353, SM Energy, Robert 3-27HN, Colgan, t7/14; cum 27K 11/14;

Thursday, July 24, 2014: 145 completed wells so far this month, this quarter
25688, 1,750, Oasis, Mangum 5493 44-7 T3, Robinson Lake, t1/14; cum 222K 5/19; off-line as of 12/17; back on line 9/18;
26129, 2,525, Oasis, Lefty 5200 14-30 3B, Camp, t4/14; cum 27K 5/14;
26275, 673, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, Carissa 27034H, Stanley, t2/14; cum 24K 5/14;
26276, 799, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, CJ 27-34H, Stanley, t1/14; cum 39K 5/14;
26277, 474, Oasis, Edwin 5601 44-24T, Tyrone, t3/14; cum 14K 5/14;
26503, 635, Oasis, Hendricks 5602 43-36 3B, Tyrone, t5/14; cum --
27203, 2,067, XTO, McCoy 44X-36D, Siverston, t6/14; cum --
27298, 238, CLR, Brodal 1-36H, Noonan, t4/14; cum 8K 5/14;
27493, 336, Slawson, Tempest 3-14H, Big Bend, t3/14; cum 12K 5/14;

Wednesday, July 23, 2014: 136 so far this month, this quarter
21807, 1,349, Bruin/HRC, Fort Berthold 152-93-9C-10-6H, Four Bears, t5/14; cum 190K 1/18;
24571, 823, EOG, Hardscrabble 23-21H, Lake Trenton, t2/14; cum 41K 5/14;
25476, 332, CLR, Josephine 3-17H, Sauk, t4/14; cum 15K 5/14;
25823, 628, Slawson, Diamondback 3-21H, Van Hook, t7/14; cum 56K 11/14;
26490, 1,305, Newfield, Wahus state 152-97-12-1-11H,  Westberg, t5/14; cum 17K 5/14;
26601, 1,045, EOG, Liberty 27-23H, Parshall, t3/14; cum 56K 5/14;
26602, 1,135, EOG, Liberty 28-23H, Parshall, t3/14; cum 26K 5/14;
27119, 2,324, BR, Arches 24-35MBH, Keene, t8/14; cum 47K 11/14;
27120, 1,603, BR, Arches 24-35TFH, Keene, t8/14; cum 310K 4/19;
27177, 1,943, XTO, Cherry Creek State 44X-36C, Siverston, no production data,
27313, 781, Hess, EN-Eva-156-94-1621H-1, Manitou, t7/14; cum 53K 11/14;
27472, 1,370, Hess, HA-Thompson-2560-152-95-2017-1918H-1, Hawkeye, t11/14; cum 41K 11/14;

Tuesday, July 22, 2014: 124 so far this month, this quarter2
26349, 167, Corinthian, Corinthian Starleaf 12-32 1H, Northeast Landa, a Spearfish/Madison well; t2/14; cum 17K 5/14;
26489, 1,808, Newfield, Wahus State 152-97-12-1-4H, Westberg, t5/14; cum 27K 5/14;
26861, 2,207, XTO, Ruby State Federal 34X-36F, Grinnell, t8/14; cum 62K 11/14;
27499, 666, Slawson, Alamo 8-19-18TF2H, Big Bend, t6/14; cum 69K 11/14;

Monday, July 21, 2014: 120 so far this quarter to date
25867, 1,484, Hess, HA-Thompson 152-95-2017H-3, Hawkeye, t10/14; cum 62K 11/14;
26274, 243, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, Dylan 22-15H, Stanley, t3/14; cum 14K 5/14;
26987, 826, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny-155-93-2128H-7, Alger, t8/14; cum 46K 11/14;
27385, 75, Encuro, LDCMU 4-34-H1, Little Deep Creek, a Madison well, t3/14; cum 4K 5/14;

Sunday, July 20, 2014:
25841, 469, Whiting, Babeck Federal 11-5PH, Park, t1/14; cum 18K 5/14;
27178, 1,921, XTO, Cherry Creek State 44X-36D, Siverston, t6/14; no production data,
27316, 490, Hess, EN-Joyce-2560-156-94-1720-1621H-3, Manitou, t9/14; cum 24K 11/14;
27348, 1,155, MRO, Winston 34-10TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 7K 7/14;

Saturday, July 19, 2014:
24430, 410, Whiting, Talkington Federal 1-26PH,  Park, t1/14; cum 18K 5/14;
25866, 1,500, Hess, HA-Thompson 152-95-2017H-4, Hawkeye, t101/4; cum 57K 11/14;
26127, 1,809, XTO, Rita 24X-34A, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 12K 7/14;
26526, 784, CRL, Jerry 3-8H, Poe, t10/14; cum 26K 11/14;

Friday, July  18, 2014 -- 108 so far this quarter to date
25490, 2,262, QEP, Johnson 2-4-9TH, Grail, t6/14; cum 318K 1/18;
26428, 1,437, Whiting, Norgard 21-13-2H, Ellsworth, t1/14; cum 48K 5/14;
26446, dry, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4B-9-2H, Charlson, no production data,
26525, 734, CLR, Jerry 2-8H, Poe, t1/14; cum 65K 7/14;
26986, 910, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny-155-93-2128H-6, Alger, t8/14; cum 8K 7/14;
27118, 427, CLR, Priebe 1-5H1, Border, t6/14; cum 3K 5/14;

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 102 so far this quarter to date
25491, 2,170, QEP, Johnson 2-4-9BH, Grail, t6/14; cum 37K 7/14;
25866, 1,500, Hess, HA-Thompson 152-95-2017H-5, Hawkeye, t10/14; cum 57K 11/14;
26093, 2,170, XTO, Loomer 24X-34A, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 11K 7/14;
27267, 2,525, BR, CCU Red River 34-9MBH, Corral Creek, no production data,

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 98 for this quarter to date
26814, 1,247, Sinclair, Martens 5-6XH, Sanish, t5/14; cum 16K 5/14;
27067, 908, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-5, Robinson Lake, t9/14; cum 19K 9/14;
27097, 558, Hess, EN-Johnson-155-94-2017H-6, Manitou, t7/14; cum 16K 7/14;
27252, 356, CLR, Greene 1-3H1, Ellisville, t4/14; cum 14K 5/14;

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 94 for this quarter to date
25492, 1,106, QEP, Johnson 1-4-9BH, Grail, t6/14; cum 30K 7/14;
25637, 186, American Eagle, Harvard State 16-36S-164-101, Colgan, t3/14; cum 11K 5/14;
26325, 343, EOG, Austin 42-1708H, Parshall, t2/14; cum 340K 4/19;
26517, 938, WPX, Independence 2-35HY, Mandaree, t5/14; cum 9K 5/14;
26840, 1,160, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-2017H-6, Hawkeye, t11/14; cum 226K 4/19;
27268, 1,803, BR, CCU Red River 34-9TFH, Corral Creek, t6/14; cum 3K 7/14;

Monday, July 14, 2014: 88 for this quarter to date
26094, 214, North Plains Energy, Solberg 160-101-10-3-13B-1H, Sioux Trail, t3/14; cum 15K 5/14;
26126, 1,590, XTO, Rita 24X-34E, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 4K 7/14;
26343, 34, Corinthian, Corinthian Gravseth 8-36 1H, Northeast Landa, producing, a nice Spearfish/Madison well, t3/14; cum 8K 5/14;
26589, 210, Oasis, Dale Van Berkom 5992 14-30 2T, Cottonwood, t4/14; cum 5K 5/14;
26900, 566, Oasis, Overal 5892 11-30T, Cottonwood, t1/14; cum 26K 5/14;
26985, 1,019, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny-155-93-2128H-5, Alger, t7/14; cum 20K 7/14;
27075, 481, Slawson, E rennerfeldt 1-13H, Stockyard Creek, t4/14; cum 11K 5/14;
27098, 953, Hess, EN-Johnson-155-94-2017H-5, Manitou, t6/14; cum 33K 7/14;

Sunday, July 13, 2014: 80
25493, 1,310, QEP, Johnson 4-9-3-10LL, Grail, t6/14; cum 31K 7/14;
26087, 329, Baytex, Nelson 18-19-161-98H-1BP, Plumer, t3/14; cum 23K 5/14;
26466, 2,156, Whiting, Taylor 34-7-2H, Sioux, t1/14; cm 46K 5/14;
26518, 1,590, WPX, Independence 2-35HZ, Mandaree, t5/14; cum 8K 5/14;
27066, 511, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-6, Robinson Lake, t9/14; cum 20K 11/14;
27080, 1,070, Rampart Energy / Arsenal, Allison Ann 10-3H, Stanley, t8/14; cum 296K 4/19;
27128, 98, Resource Energy Can-Am / American Eagle, Haugen 15-12-163-103, Flat Lake East, t4/14; cum 27K 7/16; IAW; off line since 7/16;
27299, 1,216, CLR, Jenner 1-21H1, Catwalk, a huge well, 11K in first month; t5/14; cum 11K 5/14;

Saturday, July 12, 2014: 72
26062, 1,658, MRO, Two Crow USA 21-15TFH, Moccasin Creek, t6/14; cum 25K 7/14;
26125, 822, XTO, Loomer 24X-34E, Tobacco Garden, t8/14; cum --
26712, 756, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-2, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum 21K 7/14;
26945, 1,978, XTO, Lucy 14X-32A, Siverston, t5/14; cum 5K 5/14;
27088, 600, Hess, GN-Wendell-158-96-1819H-1, South Meadow, t8/14; cum --
27269, 2,324, BR, CCU Red River 24-9MBH, Corral Creek, t6/14; cum 262K 4/19;

Friday, July 11 -- 66 so far this quarter
24155, 1,928, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-1H3, Poe, t6/14; cum 31K 7/14;
24324, 832, CLR, Topeka 4-12H, Brooklyn, t6/14; cum 20K 7/14;
26984, 700, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny-155-93-2128H-4, Alger, t7/14; cum 18K 7/14;
27065, 972, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-7, Robinson Lake, t9/14; cum 14K 9/14;
27081, 1,080, Rampart Energy/Arsenal, Craig Allen 10-3H, Stanley, t7/14; cum 204K 4/19;
27089, 489, Hess, GN-Alice-158-97-1324H-3, New Home, t11/14; cum 11K 11/14;
27150, 200, CLR, Buresh 1-3H1, Barta, t4/14; cum 4K 5/14;

Thursday, July 10 -- 59 so far this quarter
24325, 966, CLR, Topeka 5-12H, Brooklyn, t7/14; cum 28K 7/14;
25220, 1,587, Oasis, Birch Federal 5300 24-15T, Willow Creek, t2/14; cum 35K 5/14;
25724, 1,566, Oasis, Barnes 5892 21-30B, Enget Lake, t2/14; cum 48K 5/14;
25897, 1,734, MRO, Chase USA 21-15H, Moccasin Creek, t6/14; cum 5K 5/14;
26224, A, Oasis, Elm 5892 42-12 1H, Cottonwood, no IP, 36 stages; 3.6 million lbs sand; cum 88K 5/19;
26225, 344, Oasis, Foxtail 5892 42-12 1H, Cottonwood, t1/14; cum 20K 5/14;
26502, 582, Oasis, Hendricks 5602 43-36 2T, Tyrone, t5/14; cum 2K 5/14;
26781, 1,071, Oasis, Ava 5693 43-35T, Alger, t4/14; cum 1K 5/14;
26821, 1,298, XTO, Boe State 31X-16D, Beaver Lodge, t7/14; cum 19K 9/14;
26946, 1,806, XTO, Lucy 14X-32F, Siverston, t5/14; cum 3K 5/14;
27121, 201, CLR, Winchester 43-8SH, Cedar Hills, a Red River well, t3/14; cum 26K 5/14;
27281, AB/28, Enduro, Hay Draw 21-33, Hay Draw, a Stonewall formation well, t5/14; cum --  

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 -- 47 so far this quarter
26244, 1,955, KOG, Koala 16-32-29-1H, Poe, t6/14; cum 41K 7/14;
26711, 1,085, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-3, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum 25K 7/14;
26807, 2,704, MRO, Earl Pennington USA 44-33H, Reunion Bay, producing, a huge well, 24,743 bbls, the first month, t5/14; cum 25K 5/14;
27090, 53 (no typo), Hess, GN-Alice-158-97-1324H-2, New Home, 35 stages; 3 million lbs sand; t9/14; cum 15K 9/14;
27311, A, Enduro, LDCMU 4-44, Little Deep Creek, a Madison well, EOR water injuected;

Tuesday, July 8, 2014 -- 42 so far this quarter
26063, 2,538, MRO, Swift Eagle USA 31-15TFH, Moccasin Creek, t6/14; cum 30K 7/14;
26856, 701, Hess, EN-State D-154-93-2635H-6, Robinson Lake, t7/14; cum 19K 7/14;
27064, 760, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-8, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 34K 11/14;
27211, 51, Legacy Oil, Legacy Et Al Berge 8-11 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t2/14; cum 4K 5/14

Monday, July 7, 2014 -- 37 so far this quarter
26269, 188, Whiting, McDonald Family Trust Federal 31-3PH, Roosevelt, t3/14; cum 8K 5/15;
26710, 1,106, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-4, Sandrocks, t7/14; cum 22K 7/14;
26822, 607, XTO, Boe State 31X-16H, Beaver Lodge, t7/14; cum 1K 7/14;
27337, 205, Slawson, Hunter 8-8-17TF2H, Big Bend, Three Forks B2, 45 stages; 9 million lbs sand, t6/14; cum 30K 7/14;

Sunday, July 6, 2014
24476, 1,890, Statoil, M. Olson 20-29 6H, Painted Woods, t7/14; cum 3K 7/14;
24508, 1,153, CLR, Norfolk 4-1H, North Tobacco Garden, t6/14; cum 33K 7/14;
24831, 910, Petro-Hunt, Dolezal 145-97-20C-17-1H, Little Knife, t5/14; cum 3K 5/15;
25898, 1,846, MRO, Azure USA 31-15H, Moccasin Creek, t5/14; cum 49K 7/14;
26243, 1,889, Whiting/KOG, Koala 16-32-29-2H3, Poe, t6/14; cum 165K 4/19;
26324, 480, EOG, Austin 77-1708H, Parshall, t2/14; cum 258K 4/19;
26947, 1,980, XTO, Lucy 14X-32B, Siverston, t6/14; cum 31K 7/14;
27091, 581, Hess, GN-Alice-158-97-1324H-1, New Home, t8/14; cum 20K 9/14;

Saturday, July 5, 2014

27096, 1.042, BR, Ole Boe 44-14MBH-ULW, Haystack Butte, t6/14; cum 13K 7/14;

Friday, July 4, 2014
26492, PA/26, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Berg 16-32 1H, Northeast Landa, a Spearfish/Madison well; t3/14; cum --
26853, 508, SM Energy, Bonner 9X-12HB, Poe, t6/14; cum 16K 7/14;
27074, 1,689, MRO, Adamson 14-24TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 16K 7/14;

Thursday, July 3, 2014, to date, this quarter -- 21:
24507, 679, CLR, Norfolk 5-1H, North Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 20K 7/14;
26097, 1,187, Petro-Hunt, Syverson 156-99-30B-31-5H, East Fork,  t5/14; cum 20K 5/14;
26709, 1,072, Hess, BW-Arnegard State-151-100-3625H-5, Sandrocks, t8/14; cum 12K 7/14;
26770, 717, CLR, Winston 6-12H1, Long Creek, t7/14; cum 17K 7/14;
26823, 753, XTO, Boe State 31X-16C, Beaver Lodge, t7/14; cum 3K 7/14;
27076, 425, Slawson, E Rennerfeldt 2-13H, Stockyard Creek, t4/14; cum 13K 5/14;

Wednesday, July 2, 2014, to date, this quarter -- 15:
24156, 1,790, Whiting/KOG, Koala 16-32-29-2H, Poe, t6/14; cum 240K 4/19;
24478, 1,562, Statoil, M. Olson 20-29 4H, Painted Woods, t8/14; cum --
25011, 1,533, WPX, FBIR 13-24HZ, Van Hook, t3/14; cum 66K 5/14;
26576, 1,812, MRO, Flicka USA 13-16TFH, Four Bears, 16K first month; t4/14; cum 316K 4/19;
26857, 1,059, Hess, EN-State D-154-93-2635H-7, Robinson Lake, t8/14; cum 13K 7/14;
26978, 840, Gadeco, Alexander 26-35 4H, Epping, t41/5; cum --
27063, 784, Hess, EN-KMJ Uran-154-93-2734H-9, Robinson Lake, t10/14; cum 193K 4/19;

Tuesday, July 1, 2014, to date, this quarter -- 8:
23140, 409, OXY USA, State Andrew Schmidt 2-3-10H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t1/14; cum 32K 5/14;
23141, 623, OXY USA, State Andrew Schmidt 3-3-10H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t1/14; cum 42K 5/14;
26496, 679, Hess, GN-PNR-158-98-1003H-1, Rainbow, t11/14; cum 13K 11/14;
26664, 1,186, Hess, HA-Link-152-95-3526H-5, Hawkeye, t6/14; cum 53K 7/14;
26771, 1,060, CLR, Winston 7-12H, Long Creek, t7/14; cum 28K 7/14;
26852, 1,404, SM Energy, Bonner 9-12H,  Poe, t6/14; cum 35K 7/14;
26930, 1,391, Oasis, Monson 18-19H, Foreman Butte, t3/14; cum 127K 4/19;
27195, 650, XTO, Emil 24X-36B, Wildcat (on the Williams/Divide County, north of Williston, it's a wildcat but has producing wells in the area; t5/14; cum 104K 4/19;