Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Enbridge Eyes Mainline Expansion; What Some Of Us Will Be Talking About Wednesday -- September 30, 2014

Enbridge eyes Mainline expansion. Rigzone is reporting:
Enbridge Inc, Canada's largest pipeline operator, said on Tuesday it may have to build new pipeline capacity from its Superior, Wisconsin, storage hub if oil shipments from Canada and the Bakken shale field of North Dakota keep expanding.
Enbridge could handle up to 500,000 more barrels per day (bpd) on its 2.5 million bpd system once it completes rebuilding its Line 3 pipeline from Alberta to Superior and finishes its Sandpiper pipeline serving the Bakken in 2017.
Canada currently produces about 3.5 million barrels per day and ships nearly 3 million to the United States. According to industry forecasts, Canada's production will rise to nearly 5 million bpd by 2020.
If growth in Canada or North Dakota is stronger than anticipated, Enbridge said it can accommodate the increased flows on its mainline system, which handles the lion's share of Canadian exports.
"If volumes available to the Mainline turn out to be stronger than anticipated, there's a potential for growth on our system of in excess of 500,000 barrels per day," Jarvis said.
To reach that capacity, the Sandpiper project from the Bakken oil field in North Dakota to the Mainline could be expanded by up to 160,000 bpd, while Line 3, which starts in Edmonton, Alberta, will have unused capacity into Superior of 370,000 bpd.
From Enbridge webpage, the company's Mainline:
The Mainline Enhancement Project is designed to expand access to refinery markets in the U.S. Midwest and beyond for growing production from western Canada by adding pumping capacity to Enbridge’s Alberta Clipper pipeline, also known as Line 67.
In Canada, the Alberta Clipper (Line 67) is an existing Enbridge 914 mm (36 inch) pipeline with a current capacity of 450,000 bopd. Enbridge has applied to the National Energy Board to expand Alberta Clipper’s transmission capacity to 570,000 bopd through additions and modifications to existing facilities.
Based on its design, Line 67 is intended to expand up to 800,000 bpd with additional pumping capacity in future.
Subject to the required regulatory approvals, the first phase of the Mainline Enhancement Project that increases capacity to 570,000 bpd will be in-service in mid-2014.
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Oh-Oh

This could be the big story: Federal judge rules that President Obama cannot provide subsidies for those signing up for ObamaCare through the federal exchange. At least that's what I think the judge said. I assume one of two things will happen: a) the Supreme Court takes the case; or, b) the Supreme Court does not take the case and ... like a house of cards ...

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The Wall Street Journal

Secret Service screws it up. Speaking of "JV....."

Ebola in Texas. Oh, oh.

More cable companies take "TV" off menu. Won't be missed.

Oil companies and railroads push-back on CBR proposals. [Rigzone also has the story: industry wants seven (7) years to retro-fit/replace tank cars.]

Big story, previously reported: US oil exports climb.

A Chinese fracking bet goes wrong. The Bakken shale formation has revolutionized North America's energy industry. But an early Chinese private-equity bet into Canad'sside of the oil field has little to show for its investment.

Another bumper crop sets corn prices falling.

Oil tanks as supply overwhelms demand.

Magnum Hunter Sells Non-Core Assets In Divide County For $8,000/Acre -- September 30, 2014

Magnum Hunter subsidiary announces sale of certain non-core assets located in Divide County, North Dakota for ~$23.05 mln in cash: Co announced that Bakken Hunter, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the co, closed on the sale of certain non-core and non-operated working interests in oil and gas properties located in Divide County, North Dakota to a privately held company affiliated with Formation Energy L.P.
  • The sales price of the Properties was $23,051,320 in cash, after taking into account customary purchase price adjustments, and was received by Magnum Hunter from this sale today. 
  • The Properties currently account for ~170 BOE of average daily production, net to the ownership interest sold to the buyer, and consist of a non-operated working interest in ~34,600 gross (2,852 net) leasehold acres.
$23 million / 2,852 acres = $8,000/acre.

I can only imagine the negotiations when they got down to $23,051,315 and Magnum Hunter said -- $23,051,320 -- and buyer said, "Sold!"

What Does "LL" Stand For In A Bakken Well Name?

This is really cool.

We all  know what "ULW" means -- thanks to a reader who answered the question for us.

Now, what does "LL" mean?
  • 27702, conf, QEP, Otis 28-29-32-33LL, Grail,
This is a well on a 1280-acre spacing unit: E/2 sections 29 & 32, and W/2 sections 28 and 33.  So this well will "straddle" the section line / spacing line between sections 28/29 and 32/33. So "LL" tells me that this is a well that will be drilling an "overlapping 1280-acre spacing unit."

Different operators have different ways of naming their wells; this is how QEP is doing it.

By the way, even though this well is still on confidential status, it is reporting great production:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
8-20142505229245
7-20142444726902

This well comes off the confidential list on November 30, 2014.

The Oasis Hardy Well In Cottonwood Field -- September 30, 2014

Over at the discussion group the question was raised why the Hardy well in Cottonwood field has a valve set (Christmas tree) and a flare, and yet the well is shown to still be on DRL status. If the well has been fracked/tested, it's possible the paperwork has simply not caught up with the folks in Bismarck.

Be that as it may, a reader sent three photos of the pad. Although it doesn't show it on the GIS map yet, apparently the pad is built for four horizontals going north (Hardy wells) and four horizontals going south (Polly wells).

The pad does not look like one of the better pads I've seen in the Bakken. This pad does not seem to measure up to the high standards most operators work at in the Bakken. Interesting.




In the background there appears to be another rig, but for the life of me, I can't locate a well within walking distance from this well on the GIS server map.

The three porta-potties on site:
  • male
  • female
  • for those who have yet to make up their mind

Two More Zavanna Wells East Of Williston Reported; SM Energy With Two Nice Wells; Oil May Drop Below The $90 Support Level Today -- If It Already Hasn't -- September 30, 2014

I see Microsoft is going to Windows 10, skipping Windows 9.

I assume this is more marketing than anything. Apple went to MacOS X some time ago -- like 12 years ago.

It seems Microsoft should have leapfrogged to Windows one-one.

Now, it's Ebola. Some say it may be George W. Bush's fault. 

Daily Activity Report


Active rigs:


9/30/201409/30/201309/30/201209/30/201109/30/2010
Active Rigs190184190201144

Wells coming off the confidential list today were posted earlier; see sidebar at the right.

Eleven (11) new permits --
  • Operators: CLR (7), Statoil (2), Petro-Hunt (2)
  • Fields: Rattlesnake Point (Dunn), Corral Creek (Dunn), Todd Williams), East Tioga (Williams)
  • Comments:
Wells coming off the confidential list Wednesday:
  • 25925, 578, Baytex, Les hall 18-19-162-99H-2DM, Ambrose, t4/14; cum 44K 7/14;
  • 25926, 488, Baytex, Kathlyn Hall 18-19-162-99H-3DN, Three Forks, Ambrose, t4/14; cum 49K 7/14;
  • 26099, 548, OXY USA, Evelyn Kary 4-22-15H-144-97, Cabernet, t3/14; cum 54K 7/14;
  • 26100, 528, OXY USA, Evelyn Kary 3-22-15H-144-97, Cabernet, t3/14; cum 27K 7/14;
  • 26983, drl, Hess, HA-Nelson-152-95-3328H-6, Hawkeye, no production data,
  • 27031, 466, CLR, Myrtle 7-7H, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 9K 7/14;
  • 27582, conf, MRO, Gorey 44-10TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 11K 7/14;
  • 27605, drl, BR, Bullrush 34-10TFH-A, Elidah, no production data,
Eleven (11) producing wells completed:
  • 25552, 616, Zavanna, Bear Cat 33-28 3TFH, Williston, t9/14; cum --
  • 25553, 1,802, Zavanna, Bear Cat 33-28 2H, Williston, t9/14; cum --
  • 25674, 3,113, Statoil, Lucy Hanson 15-22 4H, Catwalk, t8/14; cum --
  • 26238, 591, CLR, Pierre Federal 7-21H, Dollar Joe, 4 sections, t9/14; cum --
  • 26239, 712, CLR, Pierre Federal 6-21H1, Dollar Joe, 4 sections, t9/14; cum --
  • 26629, 516, CLR, Mack 12-2H2, Antelope, one section, t9/14; cum --
  • 26658, 889, SM Energy, Hank 13X-7H, Poe, t6/14; cum 32K 7/14;
  • 26659, 931, SM Energy, Emma 13-7H, Poe, t6/14; cum 51K 7/14;
  • 27055, 1,306, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-92-28D-21-1HS, Charlson, 4 sections, t9/14; cum --
  • 27663, 452, CLR, Mercer 1-13H, Ellisville, t9/14; cum --
  • 27956, 275, SM Energy, Dorothy 3-27HST, wildcat, 27-163-101, t7/14; cum 10K 7/14;
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25926, see above, Baytex, Kathlyn Hall 18-19-162-99H-3DN, Ambrose:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold
7-2014133358423
6-2014104282415
5-2014100094974
4-2014150866111

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Is It Just Me .... 

... or are others wondering where John Kerry is? No global warming speeches lately? I don't even know which country he is in today.
... or does it seem that the "latte president" is golfing less these days?
.... or does it now make sense why the president quit attending those intelligence briefings? It turns out the intelligence was wrong; really underestimated the threat of IS (ISIS) (ISIL) (EIEIO)

Update On Zavanna Wells East Of Williston -- September 30, 2014

This is really cool. About a week ago a Zavanna well caught my attention; I was going to do a stand-alone post on Zavanna because they've been quiet for so long. Then I forgot all about it, and a quick search of my website, I couldn't find what caught my attention (but after a week, there could be close to a 100 new posts so easily lost). 

A reader just sent me a note suggesting I keep an eye on the Zavanna wells east of Williston:
Keep an eye on Zavanna's Sylvester, Beagle, Husky, and Bear Cat wells just northeast of Williston.

They are currently fracking 13 new wells in those 2 spacing units.  

Their original Bear Cat well (24543) has produced 200K bbls of oil in its first 13 months of production (started producing April '13 but has been offline for about 3 months due to the nearby drilling/fracking).  It's still been producing 10K bbls per month.
The reader provided additional information but I don't know how "sensitive" it is, so I won't post it for now.  It has to do with frack design and we will see that information when the wells come off confidential list and/or the data is posted at the NDIC site.

I was going to do a stand-alone post on Zavanna, but had forgotten until I got that note. What a great reminder, simply serendipity.

The area under discussion is (north)east of Williston in the Springbrook and Williston oil fields. The wells are about 3 - 4 miles east of the bridge going over the Little Muddy River east of Williston, and then about 3 - 4 miles north:




Four-well pad:
  • 25527, 1,525, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 3TFH, 35 stages, 4.1 million lbs, t12/14; cum 69K 6/15;
  • 25528, 683, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 1H, 35 stages, 4.1 million lbs; t12/14; cum 101K 6/15;
  • 25529, 1,108, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 4TFH, t11/14; cum 89K 6/15;
  • 25530, 1,381, Zavanna, Sylvester 32-29 2H, t11/14; cum 133K 6/15;
Four-well pad:
  • 22813, 646, Zavanna, Beagle 1-32H, Springbrook, t9/12; cum 150K 6/15;
  • 26198, 409, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 1H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum 89K 6/15;
  • 26199, 380, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 2TFH, Springbrook, t12/14; cum 36K 6/15;
  • 26200, 772, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 3H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum 21K 6/15; choked back;
Next section to the east:
Four-well pad:
  • 27300, IA/825, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 8TFH, Williston, t1/15; cum 51K 6/15; off-line as of 3/15;
  • 27301, 1,265, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 6H, Williston, t1/15; cum 60K 6/15;
  • 27302, IA/1,764, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 4TFH, Williston, t1/15; cum 53k 6/15; off-lien as of 5/15;
  • 27303, 1,373, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 2H, Williston, t12/14; cum 87K 6/15;
Three-well pad:
  • 24543, 1,086, Zavanna, Bear Cat 33-28 1H, Williston, t4/13; cum 249K 6/15;
  • 25552, 616, Zavanna, Bear Cat 33-28 3TFH, Williston, t9/14; cum 87K 6/15;
  • 25553, 1,802, Zavanna, Bear Cat 33-28 2H, Williston, t9/14; cum 172K 6/15;
To the south,
A four-well pad:
  • 25955, conf, Statoil, Mark 4-9 6TFH, Williston,
  • 25956, conf, Statoil, Mark 4-9 5H, Williston,
  • 25957, conf, Statoil, Mark 4-9 4TFH, Williston,
  • 25958, conf, Statoil, Mark 4-9 3H, Williston,
To the east of that pad:
a two well pad:
  • 22384, 2,910, Statoil, Mark 4-9 1H, Williston, t5/12; cum 238K 6/15;
  • 23746, 2,145, Statoil, Mark 4-9 2TFH, Williston, t1/14; cum 101K 6/15;
An early single-well pad in the area:
  • 21146, 3,109, Statoil, Sjol 5-8 1H, Williston, t6/12; cum 219K 6/15;
One has to chuckle. I called this last well an "early well." Yes, it's really an old well, drilled back in 2012. Ha.

By the way, the Muddy River Boys would have been in this very area, the area of the Zavanna wells in Springbrook oil field, section 32-155-100, on their way up to the four-mile bridge. Or was it the nine-mile bridge. Have to check that when I get home. From an earlier post:
Coincidentally, my sister gave me a book that she had forgotten to give me 18 months earlier. A reader of the blog sent me a copy of The Muddy River Boys. Also at Amazon.com. Interestingly enough, someone actually mentioned it to me sometime ago, and I had forgotten all about it. At the link, look at the first comment. It's a must-read for those with nostalgic memories of North Dakota back in 1930 - 1960. The book covers the period, generally, from 1944 - 1948. If I recall, very little mention, if any, was made of WWII.

The Big Picture; Saudi Vs US Petroleum Product Production -- September 30, 2014

For those interested in the "big picture" with regard to global oil production, you really have to look at the Mark Perry graph at this post (no longer available). Here is another link: https://www.uschamber.com/blog/shale-boom-makes-united-states-world-s-top-petroleum-producer with screen shot below.

Again, some of us see so many graphs day in and day out, our eyes glaze over when we see yet another graph. But take a look at that graph: it is quite stunning.

Between 2010 and 2013, both the "red" line and the "blue" line were increasing significantly. The western economy wasn't doing all that great during that period so one assumes the production increase was a reflection of the economic activity in China and/or the loss of production of petroleum products elsewhere (Libya, Iraq, Nigeria, Russia, etc) and Saudi and the US were making up the difference.

The second thing one notices that Saudi production is once again leveling off or dropping back to its 2011 production numbers. Compared to 2006, there has now been a 4.8 million bopd swing between the US and Saudi Arabia; and where the gap in 2006 was starting to narrow, all indications are the gap that we now see (in 2014, 2.4 million bopd) will continue to widen.


Why Are Not All Wells Put On The Confidential List In North Dakota? -- September 30, 2014

There was an e-mail discussion among a couple of us regarding an issue that has always perplexed me but not a big enough deal to really blog about ... until someone else noticed it and asked the question.

The post below is from my e-mail to a couple of other folks (all my stuff; no one else's -- so anything wrong is all my fault). It may or may not make sense to anyone else and it certainly isn't ready for "prime time" but it is what it is.

Here goes.

Why are not all wells put on the confidential list?

A writer sent in that question when he noted that the four (4) most recent KOG wells were reported way ahead of schedule (before the six months were up) and it turned out these wells were never on the confidential list.

I've always known a "few" wells were not on the confidential list, but never worried about it. This got me wondering. It turns out that up to 70% of permits/wells may not be getting placed on the confidential list. That means that of the 2,200 wells on the confidential list, there could be as many 3,500 or so locations being drilled or waiting to be drilled in the Williston Basin, North Dakota.

That makes sense because I've always thought based on # of permits issued/year divided by 12 months suggests that 200 - 210 wells should be reported each month; but yet it looks like about 160 - 175 wells actually "come off the confidential list."

The other wells are mixed in with the group of "producing wells that have been completed" that are also reported most days on the daily activity report. That group includes wells that were confidential and went to DRL status, and it also includes wells that were never on the confidential list.

Here was my answer to the individual who asked about wells not being placed on confidential list:

Two issues: a) how many permits are not put on confidential status; and, b) why?

1. One cannot simply go to the confidential list and assume the missing permit numbers were not put on the confidential list; some may have been on the confidential list and already reported and thus have come off.

However, if you take the most recent permits one can assume they have not been drilled yet.

So, I took the most recent 140 permits, and then plugged in / counted all the missing permit numbers. There were 99 permits "missing." The total came to 239 permits (140 + 99). It appears that 99 permits in this batch were not accounted for.

99/140 = 70.71%.

That means it is likely that as many as 70% of permits/wells are not on the confidential list at the time the application goes in. Of course, any point along the way, the operator can request the well be put on the confidential list.

2. It would be easier to request "confidential" at the time the application is filled out; there's a box in the upper right corner of the application -- form H1 --  requesting/not requesting confidentiality. The operator simply types in "yes" or "no."

So, the question is why would an operator not request "confidentiality." It does not cost anything; no additional fee, as far as I know. If there is, it would be nominal.

3. I think this is the answer. The state wants the industry to be as transparent as possible. The state would prefer nothing be confidential, but of course, that isn't going to happen. So, the state and the oil companies work together, come up with a compromise and agree that "confidentiality" is not just automatic.

There has to be a reason for granting confidentiality. You notice on the daily activity report that there is often a list of permits in which the state authorizes confidentiality.

My hunch is that the state does not automatically grant confidentiality. If an operator wants a well to be confidential, the state has to see a valid reason. Once you start getting to 26 wells in one section, and results of wells in that section and the surrounding sections are well known, it's hard to see the need for confidentiality. As it is, the state seems very, very liberal in granting "confidentiality."

4. But why don't the companies simply check "YES" anyway in the box? I think the risk is that it will slow down the process. If the company checks "YES" the permit won't be granted until the state has a chance to determine the need. Obviously if the permit is for a wildcat, no problem, or for a new formation. But if this is the 26th well in a given oil field, or even in the a given section, the state could really require a lot of paperwork explaining why the operator wants the well to be confidential.

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I don't want to be a dead horse, but with receipt of most recent comment (that most operators wait until the last possible moment to request confidentiality, let's look at the most recent 100 or so permits (as of September 29, 2014, yesterday, and then we can follow them longitudinally (Jane Smith has a much better database and confirms much of what was said up above):
29544: conf,
29543: conf,
29542: conf,
29541: conf,
29540: conf,
29539: loc, HRC, Tyrone, north of Williston, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29538: loc, HRC, Tyrone, north of Williston, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29537: conf,
29536: conf,
29535: conf,
29534: conf,
29533: conf,
29532: conf,
29531: conf,
29530: conf,
29529: conf,
29528: conf,
29527: conf,
29526: loc, EOG, Parshall; extremely well-known field; when will this go conf? [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29525: loc, EOG, Parshall; extremely well-known field; when will this go conf? [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29524: loc, OXY USA; Manning; extremely well-known field; when will this go conf?[December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29523: loc, QEP; Blue Buttes; extremely well-known field; [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29522: loc, Oasis; Missouri Ridge; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29521: loc, Oasis; Missouri Ridge; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29520: loc, QEP; Grail, extremely well-known field, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29519: loc, QEP: Grail, extremely well-known field, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29518: loc, Oasis; Missouri Ridge; should see change; [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29517: conf,
29516: loc, Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29515: loc, Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29514: loc, Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29513: loc, Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29512: loc; Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29511: loc, Liberty Resources, McGregor; should see change; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29510: conf,
29509: conf,
29508: conf,
29507: conf,
29506: loc, Whiting, Glass Bluff, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29505: loc, Whiting, Glass Bluff, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29504: loc, Whiting, Glass Bluff, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29503: conf
29502: loc, Oasis, Camp, a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29501: loc, Oasis, Camp a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29500: loc, Oasis, Camp, a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29499: loc, Oasis, Camp, a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29498: conf,
29497: conf,
29496: conf,
29495: conf,
29494: conf,
29493: conf,
29492: conf,
29491: conf,
29490: conf,
29489: conf,
29488: conf,
29487: conf,
29486: conf,
29485: conf,
29484: conf,
29483: conf,
29482: conf,
29481: loc, a well-studied Brooklyn oil field; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29480: loc, a well-studied Brooklyn oil field; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29479: conf,
29478: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29477: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29476: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29475: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29474: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29473: loc, CLR, Chimney Butte, [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29472: conf,
29471: conf,
29470: conf,
29469: conf,
29468: conf,
29467: conf,
29466: conf,
29465: conf,
29464: conf,
29463: conf,
29462: conf,
29461: conf,
29460: conf,
29459: conf,
29458: conf,
29457: conf,
29456: conf,
29455, drl, Triangle, Williston, spud 9/26/14; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29454, drl, Triangle, Williston, spud 9/28/14; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29453, drl, Triangle, Williston, spud 9/30/14; [December 23, 2014; now DRL, well file available]
29452, conf,
29451, loc, QEP, Bear Den, a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29450, loc, QEP, Bear Den, a well-known field, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29449: conf,
29448: conf,
29447: conf,
29446: conf,
29445: conf,
29444: conf,
29443: conf,
29442: conf,
29441: conf,
29440: conf,

105 wells
  • 3: already on DRL status; unlikely they were ever confidential; DRL status means you can see the file
  • 34: loc; did not request confidential status with permit
  • 68: requested confidential status with permit 
1. The first thing I note is that most operators/more wells are put on confidential list with the application; the operators are NOT waiting to the last minute before they want to "hide" something

2. Very, very well-known fields; some of the very well-known operators don't ask to put the wells on confidential at the time of the application; the field is already well-known; it will be interesting to see if these wells ever go to CONF

3. I was only surprised by the Liberty Resources wells in McGregor not put on CONF; later I will take a look at the GIS map server to see if there is an easy explanation

4. In the big scheme of things, it seems rare for operators at this point in the Bakken not to put their wells on confidential status at the time of the application. Only after we follow these wells for awhile will we get a sense how rare it is for any well never to be on CONF status.

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30 Sept 14
29555, conf,
29554, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29553, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29552, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29551, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29550, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29549, loc, CLR, Rattlesnake Point, [December 23, 2014; still LOC, well file available]
29548, conf,
29547, conf,
29546, conf,
29545, conf,

Alaska Crude Oil Being Exported To South Korea; First Oil Export From Alaska In A Decade -- September 30, 2014

  • A ConocoPhillips tanker ship full of crude oil is on its way to South Korea from Alaska, the first oil export from Alaska in a decade.
  • Alaskan oil exports are a sign that domestic demand for the state's crude is drying up as production rises in the continental U.S.
  • The U.S. has had a 39-year ban in place barring the export of domestic oil, but exports from Alaska are one of the few exceptions; still, the last time oil was exported from the state was in 2004.
  • COP says future shipments would hinge on market conditions and tanker availability.
This is a great example of one of the "loopholes" or exceptions in the US ban on exporting crude oil

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The Road To New England Is Becoming Less Traveled

The Washington Examiner is reporting:
The Northeast, once the nation’s political engine that produced presidents, House speakers and Senate giants including the late Edward M. Kennedy, is losing clout in Washington as citizens flee the high-tax region, according to experts worried about the trend.
The Census Bureau reports that population growth has shifted to the South and the result is that the 11 states that make up the Northeast are being bled dry of representation in Washington.
Critics blame rising taxes in states such as Massachusetts and Connecticut for limiting population growth in the Northeast to just 15 percent from 1983 to 2013, while the rest of the nation grew more than 41 percent.
The biggest impact comes in the loss of congressional representation.
Deep in a recent report, for example, the American Legislative Exchange Council tabulated how the drop in population relative to the rest of the nation cut the region’s power in Washington. While the states from Pennsylvania to Maine had 141 House members in 1950, they are down to 85 today, a drop of some 40 percent.
California and Texas combined have more House representatives.
In addition to high taxes, those remaining behind can expect to pay ever-increasing utility bills due to a) dumb decisions in the past; and, b) dumber decisions to come (Elizabeth Warren assures us of that). A hop, skip, and a jump from the Marcellus/Utica, and "they" don't want natural gas. Go figure.

Update On That SHD Thud Well And SHD In General -- September 30, 2014

This is really quite a story, at least from very little I know. Folks can read about SHD here, and here, what little has been posted.

SHD has eleven (11) permits/wells (as of September 30, 2014). Eight of them are in section 36-151-95, Clarks Creek. The other three are in sections 30/31-150-90, Deep Water Creek Bay, McLean County.

In the Deep Water Creek Bay, two are still on the confidential list; one has been producing since 2010:
  • 18316, 1,197, SHD, Simba 24-30H, 2 sections, middle Bakken, 22 stages (15 sliding sleeves, 7 composite bridge plugs), 2.8 million lbs sand; 39 days to TD; logged samples were saved to be archived by Spotted Hawk Development in McLean, VA; the North Dakota Geological Survey core library in Grand Forks, ND; and, the Tribal Council. Gas ranged between 2,200 - 3,500 units with 4,800 - 5,500 units records; a flare was lit immediately upon entry into the upper Middle Bakken at 10,100 feet MD. The geologist felt this would be "an average to above average well."
Of the eight wells in section 36-151-95, Clarks Creek, one has come off the confidential list:
  • 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;

New Wells Reporting 4Q14 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, US

Data for this quarter will start to be reported Wednesday, October 1, 2014.
Data for 1Q15: 1Q15
Data for 3Q14: 3Q14
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

Tuesday, December 30, 2014: 222 for the month; 609 for the quarter
26623, 1,095, Liberty Resources, Erling 14-7H-0607-15895-MB, Temple, t7/14; cum 244K 1/19; off line 12/18 for half the month; same in 1/19; off line 9/19;
26624, 1,001, Liberty Resources, Alvin 14-7H-1819-15895-TF, Temple, t8/14; cum 180K 8/19; off line 9/19;

26825, 955, Liberty Resources, Yogi 14-7H-0607H-15895-TF, Temple, t7/14 cum 196K 8/19; off line 9/19;
26826, 729, Liberty Resources, Edna 14-7H-1819-15895-MB, Temple, t7/14 cum 142K 8/19; off line 9/19;
27382, 2,249, XTO, Berquist 31X-2C, Garden, t2/15; cum 242K 8/19; offline 8/19;

28154, 1,361, XTO, Gilbertson 34X-26G, Charlson, t11/14; cum 190K 8/19;
28178, 1,217, Hess, HA-Rolfsrud-152-96-1720H-2, Westberg, t3/15; cum 229K 8/19; off line half the month, 1/19;

28433, 1,930, Zavanna, Tomahawk 10-3 4TFH, East Fork, 35 stages, 5.9 million lbs, t11/15; cum 241K 8/19;
28621, 1,349, Slawson, Mooka 5-29-20TFH, Big Bend, t11/14; cum 207K 8/19;

Monday, December 29, 2014: 213 for the month; 600 for the quarter
24355, 807, CLR, Sutton 3-10H, Oliver, t11/14; cum 234K 8/19;
27428, 839, WPX, Roggenbuck 4-9HX, Van Hook, t12/14; cum 334K 8/19; nice steady well; 5K in 5/19;

27737, 1,628, Oasis, Montague 5601 41-34 6T, Cow Creek, t2/15; cum 155K 8/19;

Sunday, December 28, 2014: 210 for the month; 597 for the quarter
27429, 692, WPX, Roggenbuck 4-9HA, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 381K 8/19;
28604, 1,102, CLR, Jamestown Federal 6-17H, Banks, t1/15; cum 306K 1/19;
28605, 929, CLR, Jamestown Federal 7-17H, Banks, t3/15; cum 261K 1/19;

Saturday, December 27, 2014 : 207 for the month; 594 for the quarter
27790, 1,815, XTO, Johnson 43X-27H, Murphy Creek, t2/15; cum 176K 1/19;
28378, 1,011, Newfield, Loomer 150-99-2-11-4H, Tobacco Garden, t8/14; cum 189K 1/19;
28457, 489, CLR, Gladys 1-20H, Rainbow, t9/14; cum 183K 1/19;
27425, 267, CLR, American Eagle, Rick 13-31-164-101, Colgan, t11/14; cum 133K 1/19;

Friday, December 26, 2014: 203 for the month; 590 for the quarter
25747, 915, EOG, Wayzetta 29-1424H, Parshall, 43 stages; 13.6 million lbs sand; conditioning unit on site, s10/19; TD10/31, middle Bakken, 1920 acres, t4/14; cum 305K 1/19;
27144, 2,256, QEP, Kirkland 2-23-14TH, Grail, t9/14; cum 228K 1/19;
27145, 2,213, QEP, Kirkland 4-23-14BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 261K 1/19;
27146, 2,172, QEP, Kirkland 3-23-14BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 251K 1/19;
27430, 930, WPX, Roggenbuck 4-9HW, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 381K 1/19;
27705, 2,163, QEP, Kirkland 22-15-23-14LL, Grail, t9/14; cum 246K 1/19;
27791, 2,096, QEP, TAT 1-33-28BH, Grail, t8/14; cum 335K 1/19;
27792, 1,664, QEP, TAT 2-33-28-BH, Grail, t8/14 cum 318K 1/19;
27816, 1,952, QEP, TAT 33-28-34-27LL, Grail, s4/14; cum 248K 1/19;
28084, 729, CLR, Holte 2-32H, Stoneview, t2/15, cum 147K 1/19;
28099, 174, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny A-155-94-2413H-7, Manitou, t1/16; cum 33K 1/19;
28157, 1,665, MRO, Snow Bird USA 31-17TFH, Van Hook, t12/14; cum 197K 1/19;
28501, 370, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-22-15H-1, Alexandria, t9/14; cum 128K 1/19;

Thursday, December 25, 2014: 190 for the month; 577 for the quarter
26889, 704, Oasis, Brier 5200 44-22 4T2, Camp, t6/14; cum 108K 1/19; interesting production profile;
27632, 514, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Kary 3-24-13H-144-97, Cabernet, t6/14; cum 158K 1/19;interesting production profile;
27633, 519, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Kary 4-24-13H-144-97, Cabernet, t6/14; cum 162K 1/19; interesting production profile;
27941, 513, Hess, GN-Cambrian-159-98-2536H-2, Big Stone, t4/15; cum 121K 1/19;
28042, 236, SM Energy, Torgeson 2-15HS, West Ambrose, t12/14; cum 123K 1/19;
28085, 375, CLR, Holte 3-32H1, Stoneveiw, t5/15; cum 124K 1/19;
28098, 726, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny A-155-94-2413H-6, Manitou, cum 132K 1/19; off line since 9/18;
28238, 838, MRO, Hollingsworth 24-22TFH, Chimney Butte, t9/14; cum 159K 1/19;
28357, 2,439, MRO, Davis 24-22H, Bailey, t11/14; cum 268K 1/19;
28405, 980, CLR, Harrisburg 1-34H, Indian Hill, t10/14; cum 286K 1/19;
28599, 864, Oasis, Chalmers 5301 44-24 3BR, Baker, t12/14; cum 227K 1/19;

Wednesday, December 24, 2014: 179 for the month; 566 for the quarter
27621, 531, SM Energy, Bernie B-20-17-162-98H 3XB, Blooming Prairie, t7/14; cum 154K 1/19;
27734, 567, Oasis, McCauley 5601 41-34 4B, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 169K 1/19;
27735, 517, Oasis, McCauley 5601 41-34 5T, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 165K 1/19;
27789, 1,825, XTO, Johnson 43X-27C, Murphy Creek, t2/15; cum 162K 1/19;
28041, 342, SM Energy, Torgeson 2-15HN, West Ambrose, t11/14; cum 128K 1/19;
28237, 949, MRO, Mattie 14-22TFH, Chimney Butte, t9/14; cum 167K 1/19; offline since 10/18;
28377, 1,154, Newfield, Loomer 150-99-2-11-5H, Tobacco Garden, t8/14; cum 207K 1/19;
28580, 47, Enduro, NSCU F-719-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish well, t8/14; cum 28K 1/19;


Tuesday, December 23, 2014: 171 for the month; 558 for the quarter
28086, 418, CLR, Holte 4-32H, Stoneview, t4/15; cum 161K 1/19;
28097, 596, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny A-155-94-2413H-5, Manitou, t1/15; cum 110K 1/19;
28458, 2,361, MRO, Sommer 11-26H, Bailey, 4 sections, t11/14; cum 281K 1/19;
28502, 291, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-27-34H-1, Alexandria, t9/14; cum 139K 1/19;

Monday, December 22, 2014: 167 for the month; 554 for the quarter
27235, PA/dry, Strata-X, Rohweder 1-11, Niobrara pool, wildcat, no production data,
27940, 330, Hess, GN-Cambrian-159-98-2536H-1, Big Stone, t3/15; cum 119K 1/19;
28040, 374, SM Energy, Torgeson 2B-15HN, West Ambrose, t12/14; cum 107K 1/19;
28188, 846, Samson Resources, Stingray 1819-6H, Ambrose, pt11/14; cum 182K 1/19;
28219, 1,747, Slawson, Sniper Federal 1 SLH, Big Bend, 4 sections, t12/14; cum 287K 4/19;
28362, AB/17, Enduro, MRP 25-41, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t8/14; cum--;
28517, 79, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Wunderlich 5-8 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t8/14; cum 10/14;
28600, 831, Oasis, Chalmers 5301 44-24 4T2R,  Baker, Three Forks 2nd bench, 80% within target interval, low background gas, t1/15; cum 29K 6/15;

Sunday, December 21, 2014: 159 for the month; 546 for the quarter
27788, 1,602, XTO, Johnson 43X-27G, Murphy Creek, t3/15; cum 123K 8/19;
27915, 1,288, Slawson, Bootleg 7-14-15TFH, Stockyard Creek, t2/15; cum 17K 6/15;
28037, 132, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Martin 6-31-30H-144-96, Cabernet, t6/14; cum 82K 10/17;
28038, 460, SM Energy, Torgeson 2B-15HS, West Ambrose, t11/14; cum 1K 10/14;
28096, 524, Hess, EN-Dobrovolny A-155-94-2413H-4, Manitou, t12/14; cum 38K 6/15;
28527, 1,140, CLR, Anderson 3-4H, Willow Creek, high background gas, averaging almost 2,000 units with a max of 6,772 units in the first half of the lateral, in the target zone 97% of the time, "which should allow for excellent production opportunities, 30 stages; 4.5 million lbs all ceramic, t11/14; cum 3K 10/14;
28623, 1,857, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 8TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 17K 6/15;

Saturday, December 20, 2014
: 152 for the month; 539 for the quarter
22628, 276, Triangle, Triangle 149-101-1-12-4H, Antelope Creek, t11/14; cum 8K 10/14;
27370, 103, OXY USA, Federal Kubik Trust 4-19-18H-143-95, Murphy Creek, t5/14; cum 2K 10/14;
27457, 1,870, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-26B-35-9H, Eagle Nest, t1/15; cum 86K 6/15;
27992, 2,320, QEP, Moberg 2-20-21BH, Grail, t8/14; cum 332K 8/19;
27993, 2,620, QEP, Moberg 1-20-21BH, Grail, 32 stages; 8.2 million lbs sand; , t8/14; cum 129K 10/4;
28006, 2,188, QEP, Moberg 17-16-20-21LL, Grail, t8/14; cum 121K 10/14;
28186, 625, Samson Resources, Charger 0706-8H, Ambrose, t11/14; cum 4K 10/14;
28250, SI/NC--> TATD, Hess, EN-Johnson A-155-94-2932H-4, Alkali Creek, no production data,
28526, 746, CLR, Anderson 2-4H1, Willow Creek, t10/14 cum 5K 10/14;
Friday, December 19, 2014: 143 for the month; 530 for the quarter
25079, 1,737, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 5TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 23K 6/15;
26023, 2,213, Whiting, Mork Farm 24-8-2H, Pleasant Hill, t6/14; cum 62K 10/14; 
26024, 2,532, Whiting, Mork Farm 24-8H, Pleasant Hill, t6/14; cum 46K 10/14; 
27620, 683, SM Energy, Bernie A-20-17-162-98H 2XC, Three Forks B1, 30 stages; 1.9 million lbs, Blooming Prairie, t7/14; cum 65K 10/14; 2
27787, 1,712, XTO, Johnson 43X-27B, Murphy Creek, t3/15; cum 26K 6/15;

Thursday, December 18, 2014: 138 for the month; 525 for the quarter
25079, 1,737, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 5TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 23K 6/15;
26023, 2,213, Whiting, Mork Farm 24-8-2H, Pleasant Hill, t6/14; cum 101K 6/15;
26024, 2,532, Whiting, Mork Farm 24-8H, Pleasant Hill, t6/14; cum 137K 3/18;
27620, 683, SM Energy, Bernie A-20-17-162-98H 2XC, Three Forks B1, 30 stages; 1.9 million lbs, Blooming Prairie, t7/14; cum 65K 10/14;
27787, 1,712, XTO, Johnson 43X-27B, Murphy Creek, t3/15; cum 26K 6/15;


Wednesday, December 17, 2014: 133 for the month; 520 for the quarter
28220, 495, Slawson, Stallion 6-1-12TFH, Big Bend, t12/14; cum 152
K 4/19;
28283, 786, Hess, BW-Hedstrom-149-100-1201H-3, Ellsworth, t11/14; cum 2K 10/14;
28311, 1,429, XTO, Hoffmann 14X-12B, Siverston, t12/14; cum 71K 6/15;
28369, 2,766, BR, CCU Pullman 6-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 151K 3/18;
28439, 1,191, Liberty Resources, Gohrick 158-95-17-8-4MBH, McGregor, t11/14; cum 67K 6/15;


Tuesday, December 16, 2014: 128 for the month; 515 for the quarter
22626, 381, Triangle, Triangle 149-101-1-12-2H, Antelope Creek, t11/14; cum 12K 10/14;
23684, 726, WPX, Martin Fox 20-17HA, Mandaree, t10/14; cum 17K 10/14;
25081, 1,312, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 3TFH, Todd, t3/15; cum 16K 6/15;
27953, 248, CLR, Cincinnati 2-30H1, Indian Hill, t6/15; cum 7K 6/15;
27954, 453, CLR, Scottsdale 3-31H1, Indian Hill, t6/15; cum 7K 6/15;
28115, 28, Zargon, Zargon Mackobee Coulee 2HZ 3-16, Mackobee Coulee, a Madison well, about 1,000-foot-directional, 320-acre spacing, Sanjel's services [non-discounted total, $63K; discounted total (55%), $29], VD about 6,500 feet; TD, 7,450 feet, t8/14; cum 4K 10/14;
28200, 732, SM Energy, Calvin 2-13H, Poe, t9/14; cum 30K 10/14;
28450, 715, Slawson, Blade Federal 1-18MLH, Big Bend, t10/14; cum 166K 4/19;
28474, 94, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 9-36 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t7/14; cum 8K 101/4;
28608, 264, EOG, Parshall 71-19H, Parshall, s10/22/14; cease drilling 10/31/14; TVD,9,400 fet; TD, 13,500 feet; reached TD 9 days after spud; single section, middle Bakken; cum 39K 10/17;

Monday, December 15, 2014: 118 for the month; 505 for the quarter
26064, 1,516, XTO, Arley 21X-18E, Grinnell, t1/15; cum 46K 6/15;
27955, 806, CLR, Scottsdale 2-31H, Indian Hill, t6/15; cum 15K 6/15;
27974, 900, Hess, EN-Trinity-154-93-2833H-9, Robinson Lake, t12/14; cum 76K 6/15;
28282, 677, Hess, BW-Hedstrom-149-100-1201H-2, Ellsworth, t11/14; cum 51K 6/15;
28312, 1,743, XTO, Hoffmann 14X-12A, Siverston, t12/14; cum 48K 6/15;
28368, 2,004, BR, CCU Pullman 7-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 17K 6/15;

Sunday, December 14, 2014: 112 for the month; 499 for the quarter
25082, 2,212, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 6H, Todd, t3/15; cum 28K 6/15;
26065, 2,125, XTO, Arley 21X-18A, Grinnell, t2/15; cum 66K 6/15;
27306, 1,523, BR, Lillibridge 21-27TFH, Johnson Corner, t10/14; cum 9K 10/14;
27952, 1,152, CLR, Cincinnati 3-30H, Indian Hill, t6/16; cum 16K 6/15;
28367, 2,886, BR, CCU Pullman 7-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 27K 6/15;
28440, 1,061, Liberty Resources, Gohrick 158-95-17-8-5TFH, McGregor, t11/14; cum 40K 6/15;
28572, 322, American Eagle, Massive State 3-1N-163-102, Skjermo, t9/14; cum 17K 10/14;

Saturday, December 13, 2014: 105 for the month; 492 for the quarter
27239, 1,515, Slawson, Neptang 6-22-15TFH, Van Hook, t11/4; cum 232K 4/19;
27524, 607, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Martin 5-20-31H-144-96, Cabernet, t6/14; cum 218K 10/17;
27547, 1,073, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-5, Bear Creek, one section, t11/14; cum 211K 10/17;
27608, 1,440, BR, Bullrush 44-10MBH, Elidah, t2/15; cum 33K 6/15;
27699, 2,232, BR, Haymaker 31-15MBH-A, Elidah, t10/14; cum 14K 10/14;
28313, 2,012, XTO, Hoffmann 14X-12A, Siverston, t12/14; cum 86K 6/15;
28366, 1,403, BR, CCU Pullman 8-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 25K 6/15;
28569, 648, Gadeco, Alexander 26-35 5TFH, Epping, t4/15; cum 41K 10/17;
28573, 1,396, Petro-Hunt, Doleazal 145-97-7D-6-3H, Little Knife, t9/14; cum 47K 10/14;  

Friday, December 12, 2014: 96 for the month; 483 for the quarter;
23271, 673, CLR, Yvette1-4H, St Demetrius, t9/14; cum 19K 10/14;
25588, 2,750, Whiting, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-4H3, Moccasin Creek, t1/15; cum 65K 6/15;
26066, 1,122, XTO, Arley 21X-18F, Grinnell,t2/15; cum 46K 6/15;
26273, 1,639, CLR, Rehak Federal 6-25H1, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 123K 6/15;
27282, 1,674, Petro-Hunt, Brenna 152-96-22D-14-1HS, Clear Creek, t11/14; cum 133K 6/15;
27565, 738, Triangle, McCabe 150-101-24-13-3H, Rawson, t6/14; cum 47K 10/14;
27566, 909, Triangle, McCabe 150-101-24-13-4H, Rawson, t6/14; cum 53K 10/14;
27700, 1,200, BR, Haymaker 31-15TFH-A, Elidah, t11/14; cum 61K 6/15;
27973, 663, EN-Trinity-154-93-2833H-9, Robinson Lake, t12/14; cum 64K 6/15;
28201, 545, SM Energy, Dallas 2X-13H, Poe, producing, 7K in 2nd full month; t9/14; cum 36K 6/15; 

Thursday, December 11, 2014: 86 for the month; 473 for the quarter
27546, 1,169, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-6, Bear Creek, t11/14; cum 112K 6/15;

Wednesday, December 10, 2014: 85 for the month; 472 for the quarter
25587, 3,465, Whiting/KOG, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-4H, Moccasin Creek, t1/15; cum 334K 3/18;
26272, 1,307, CLR, Rehak Federal 7-25H, Alkali Creek, 50 stages, 7.2 million lbs sand/ceramic, t12/14; cum 111K 6/15;
27701, 1,512, BR, Haymaker 21-15MBH, Elidah, t12/14; cum 56K 6/15;
27922, A, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-8-5H-1, Alexandria, s6/14; no IP; cum 143K 3/18;
27972, 374, Hess, EN-Trinity-154-93-2833H-7, Robinson Lake, t12/14; cum 38K 6/15;
28302, 2,065, XTO, Omlid 41X-13C, Siverston, t2/15; cum 66K 6/15;
28478, 606, Slawson, Nightmaker 5-17-8TFH, Big Bend, t11/14; cum 161K 4/19;
28505, 2,803, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 5H, East Fork, t5/15; cum 24K 6/15;

Tuesday, December 9, 2014: 77 for the month; 464 for the quarter
27179, 767, EOG, Austin 90-01H, Parshall, 25 stages; 7.7 million lbs; drilling rig, 10 days, reported gas units low; one section, t6/14; cum 91K 10/14;
27180, 480, EOG, Austin 91-01H, Parshall, one section, 25 stages; 7.7 million lbs; drilling rig, 12 days; gas as high as 3,000 units; one section; t7/14; cum 69K 10/14;
27240, 1,125, Slawson, Waterbond 3-27-34H, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 15K 6/15;
27491, 208, Murex, Joey Danyale 27-34H, Writing Rock, a Three Forks B1 well; gas units max about 1,000 units; 14 days spud to TD, 37 stages; 3 million lbs, t8/14; cum 25K 10/14;
27928, 1,543, XTO, Gilbertson 11X-26F, Charlson, t11/14; cum 54K 6/15;
28102, 2,917, WPX, Lucy Evans 29-32HB, Antelope, a Sanish well, t11/14; cum 451K 3/18;
28355, 2,244, BR, CCU Pullman 3-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 190K 8/18;
28577, 2,096, XTO, Rieckhoff 21X-3E, North Tobacco Garden, t1/15; cum 46K 6/15;

Monday, December 8, 2014: 69 for the month; 456 for the quarter
25586, 223, Rimrock/Whiting/KOG, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-3H3A, Moccasin Creek, t9/15; cum 61K 10/17;
27612, 603, Hess, EN-Abrahamson-155-93-3019H-8, Alger, t12/15; cum 45K 6/15;
27919, 238, Hunt, Sioux Trail 160-101-14-23H-1, Sioux Trail, t8/14; cum 12K 10/14;
28290, 1,715, XTO, Rieckhoff 21X-3A, North Tobacco Garden, t12/14; cum 63K 6/15;
28295, 720, Hess, LK-Summerfield-LW-147-96-15H-1, Bear Creek, t12/14; cum 76K 6/15;
28301, 1,735, XTO, Omlid 41X-13G, Siverston, t1/15; cum 50K 6/15;
28330, 1,716, CLR, Salers Federal 3-27H, Antelope, a Sanish well; t10/14; cum 41K 10/14;
28354, 2,445, BR, CCU Pullman 3-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 32K 6/15;
28383, 302, CLR, Flicker -1-28H1, Juno, t3/15; cum 29K 6/15;
28506, 1,744, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 6TFH, East Fork, t4/15; cum 13K 6/15;
28733, 2,400, Statoil, Brown 30-19 7TFH, Alger, t12/14; cum 68K 6/15;

Sunday, December 7, 2014: 58 for the month; 445 for the quarter
26608, 1,601, Enerplus, Courage 150-94-06A-18H, Spotted Horn, t6/14; cum 528K 3/18;
26641, 30, EOG, Austin 47-3130H, Parshall, 31 stages; 9.3 million lbs; 2 sections, but a bit shorter than the "usual" long lateral; one page of the file report did not scan in, t6/14; cum 204K 9/15;
27927, 1,060, XTO, Gilbertson 11X-26B, Charlson, t11/14; cum 54K 6/15;
28103, 2,625, WPX, Lucy Evans 29-32HX, Antelope, t11/14; cum 2K 10/14;
28156, 2,349, MRO, Conklin USA 31-17H, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 154K 6/15;
28353, 2,405, BR, CCU Pullman 2-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 43K 6/15;
28382, 329, CLR, Flameback 1-21H, Juno, t9/14; cum 12K 10/14;
28473, 139, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 9-36H, North Souris, Spearfish, t7/14; cum 12K 10/14;
28479, 881, Slawson, Nightmaker 3-17-8H, Big Bend, t11/14; cum 324K 4/19;
28482, 70, Enduro, NSCU U-710-H1, Newburg, Spearfish, t8/14; cum 4K 10/14;

Saturday, December 6, 2014: 48 for the month; 435 for the quarter
27283, 4,523, Whiting, Skaar Federal 41-3TFHU; 405K 8/18;
27284, 4,934, Whiting, Skaar Federal 41-3TFH, Three Forks NOS (error in geologist's report), Twin Valley, gas averaged 1,000 units with a max of 4,849 units, t6/14; cum 494K 8/18;
27706, 1,440, BR, Haymaker 44-22MBH-A, Elidah, t12/14; cum 25K 6/15;
27707, 1,368, BR, Haymaker 44-22TFH-B, Elidah, t12/14; cum 21K 6/15;
27820, 1,392, BR, Rolfsrud Bull 44-10MBH ULW, Elidah, t10/14; cum 4K 10/14;
28218, 1,615, XTO, Rieckhoff 21X-3F, North Tobacco Garden, t1/15; cum 46K 6/15;
28300, 1,818, XTO, Omlid 41X-13D, Siverston, t2/15; cum 73K 6/15;
28508, 3,335, Statoil, Judy 22-15 5H, East Fork, t5/15; cum 27K 6/15;

Friday, December 5, 2014: 40 for the month; 427 for the quarter
25585, 3,122, Whiting/KOG, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-3H, Moccasin Creek, t1/15; cum 99K 6/15;
25996, 1,029, Whiting, Froehlich 11-13PH, Zenith, t6/14; cum 40K 10/14;
25997, 1,133, Whiting, Froehlich 41-13PH, Zenith, t6/14; cum 41K 10/14;
27611, 530, Hess, EN-Abrahamson-155-93-3019H-7, Alger, t12/14; cum 35K 6/15;
27805, 413, CLR, Pamela Ann 1-34H1, Temple, t10/14; um 7K 10/14;
27926, 844, XTO, Gilbertson 11X-26FXG, Charlson, t11/14; cum 53K 6/15;
28100, 673, WPX, Lucy Evans 29-32HA, Antelope, t10/14; cum 4K 10/14;
28111, 1,675, MRO, Susana 14-23TFH, Bailey, t11/14; cum 81K 6/15;
28299, 1,749, XTO, Omlid 41X-13H, Siverston, t1/15; cum 185K 8/18;
28324, 1,414, Hess, EN-Freda-154-94-2635H-3, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 108K 6/15;
28352, 2,445, BR, CCU Pullman 1-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 40K 6/15;

Thursday, December 4, 2014: 29 for the month; 416 for the quarter
25321, 617, WPX, Van Hook R/S 4HC, Van Hook, t8/14; cum 25K 10/14;
27708, 1,272, BR, Haymaker 44-22MBH-B, Elidah, t12/14; cum 70K 9/15;
28217, 2,065, XTO, Rieckhoff 21X-3B, North Tobacco Garden, t1/15; cum 82K 6/15;
28509, 2,013, Statoil, Judy 22-15 6TFH, East Fork, t5/15; cum 17K 6/15;

Wednesday, December 3, 2014: 25 for the month; 412 for the quarter
26845, 446, XTO, Roxy 21X-6F, West Capa, t12/14; cum 74K 6/15;
27549, 848, CLR, Lansing 4-25AH1, Banks, t5/15; cum 6K 6/15; sporadic production; very few days on-line
27610, 800, Hess, EN-Abrahamson-155-93-3019H-7, Alger, t11/14; cum 38K 5/15;
27888, 75, OXY USA, Maurice Hecker 2-19-18H-142-97, Willmen, t6/14; cum 9K 10/14;
28128, 51, Denbury Onshore, CHSU 31-27NH 15, Cedar Hills, a South Red River B well, t8/14; cum 8K 10/14;

Tuesday, December, 2, 2014: 20 for the month; 407 for the quarter
26844, 1,999, XTO, Roxy 21X-6A, West Capa, t11/14; cum 92K 5/15;
27491, 208, Murex, Joey Danyale 27-34H, Writing Rock, t8/14; cum 46K 5/15;
27548, 997, CLR, Lansing 3-25AH, Banks, t5/15; cum 5K 5/15;
27709, 1,440, BR, Haydon 44-22TFH-ULW, Elidah, (wow, the Elidah is active), 4 sections, t12/14; cum 17K 5/15;
27951, 793, CLR, Raleight 5-20H1, Dollar Joe, t10/14; cum 1K 9/14;
28216, 1,298, XTO, Rieckhoff 21X-3G, North Tobacco Garden, t12/14; cum 47K 10/15;
28286, 1,829, XTO, Carus 24X-36C, Lost Bridge, t7/15; cum 40K 9/15;

Monday, December 1, 2014: 13 for the month; 400 for the quarter
23752, 1,914, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 4TFH, East Fork, t5/15; cum 3K 5/15; bet it's being choked back
24916, 819, Petro-Hunt, State of North Dakota 154-99-16B-3H, Stockyard Creek, t11/14; cum 58K 5/15;
26676, 630, Zavanna, Nelson 3-10 3TFH, Long Creek, t12/15; cum 29K after 44 days;
26843, 1,986, XTO, Roxy 21X-6E, West Capa, t11/14; cum 67K 5/15;
27092, 608, EOG, Austin 135-18H, Parshall, t6/14; cum 90K 10/14;
27093, 380, EOG, Austin 78-18H, Parshall, t6/14; cum 48K 10/14;
27609, 544, Hess, EN-Abrahamson-155-93-3019H-5, Alger, t111/4; cum 34K 5/15;
27920, 173, Hunt, Sioux Trail 160-101-11-2H-1, Sioux Trail, t8/14; cum 12K 10/14;
27950, 776, CLR, Raleigh 4-20H, Dollar Joe, t10/14; cum 3K 10/14;
28116, 321, American Eagle, James 15-20-163-101, Big Dipper, t7/14; cum 25K 10/14;
28279, 1,366, CLR, Olson 4-8H1, Edge, t10/14; cum 1K 9/14;
28325, 1,273, Hess, EN-Freda-154-94-2635H-4, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 84K 5/15;
28356, 2,092, MRO, Boldt 14-22TFH, Bailey, t11/14; cum 47K 5/15;

Sunday November 30, 2014: 207 for the month; 387 for the quarter
26677, 695, Zavanna, Nelson 3-10 2TFH, Long Creek, t12/15; cum 34K after 44 days
26847, 1,855, QEP, Otis 3-28-33BH, Grail, t7/14; cum 109K 10/14;
26848, 1,530, QEP, Otis 3-28-33TFH, Grail, t7/14; cum 95K 10/14;
27045, 2,135, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-20C-21-6H, Eagle Nest, t5/14; cum 90K 10/14;
27188, 449, EOG, Austin 81-3130H, Parshall, t6/14; cum 99K 10/14;
27189, 416, EOG, Austin 82-31H, Parshall, t6/14; cum 89K 10/14;
27523, 908, OXY USA, State Kary 5-19-18H-144-96, Murphy Creek, t6/14; cum 47K 10/14;
27647, 1,581, QEP, Moberg 4-17-16BH, Grail, t7/14; cum 91K 10/14;
27648, 2,543, QEP, Moberg 3-17-16BH, Grail, t7/14; cum 64K 10/14;
27649, 2,262, QEP, Moberg 2-17-16TH, Grail, t7/14; cum 104K 10/14;
27702, 1,562, QEP, Otis 28-29-32-33LL, Grail, t7/14; cum 99K 10/14;
28083, 285, CLR, Franklin 4-29H1, Stoneview, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 79K 5/15;
28285, 1,146, XTO, Carus 24X-36H, Lost Bridge, t7/15; cum 28K 9/15;

Saturday, November 29, 2014: 194 for the month; 374 for the quarter
23754, 2,741, Statoil, Irgens 27-34 3H, East Fork, t5/13; cum 5K 5/15;
26756, 239, Hess, GN-Flaten-158-98-1324H-1, Rainbow, t2/15; cum 17K 5/15;
26929, TA/133, EOG, Wayzeta 148-0311H, Parshall, Three Forks NOS, 1920 acres; target: "E section of the Three Forks; middle Bakken with good shows and a thickness of 47 feet; background gas units were unremarkable, peaking at less than 700 units; near the end of the lateral, the wellbore brushed the lower "F" marker; 47 stages; 14.8 million lbs sand, but not much production, t6/14; cum 13
K 9/15;
27192, 200, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, Gypsey 6 16-21H, Stanley, t6/14; cum 54K 9/15;
27331, 1,177, Hess, CA-Halverson-154-95-0409H-7, Hofflund, t11/14; cum 116K 5/15;
28082, 739, CLR, Franklin 3-29H1, Stoneview, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 59K 5/15;
28211, 22, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 12-6H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t7/14; cum 8K 10/14;
28278, 1,640, CLR, Olson 3-8H, Edge, t10/14; cum 3K 10/14;
28326, 1,587, Hess, EN-Freda-154-94-2635H-5, Alkali Creek, t1/15; cum 108K 5/15;
28430, 333, American Eagle, Iver 3-1-163-102, Skjermo, t9/14; cum 9K 10/14;


Friday, November 28, 2014: 184 for the month; 364 for the quarter
26757, 531, Hess, GN-Hoehn-158-98-1201H-1, Rainbow, t12/14; cum 40K 5/15;

Thursday, November 27, 2014: 183 for the month; 363 for the quarter
23751, 2,930, Statoil, Judy 22-15 4TFH, East Fork, t4/15; cum 5K 5/15;
26758, 459, Hess, GN-Stundal-158-97-1819H-1, New Home, t12/14; cum 35K 5/15;
27141, 1,137, QEP, Moberg 2-22-15TH, Grail, t7/14; cum 154K 9/15;
27142, 723, QEP, Moberg 2-22-15BH, Grail, t7/14; cum 161K 9/15;
27143, 1,417, QEP, Moberg 1-22-15BH, Grail, t7/14; cum 130K 9/15;
27332, 1,125, Hess, CA-Halverson-154-95-0409H-8, Hofflund, t11/14; cum 87K 5/15;
28081, 443, CLR, Franklin 2-29H1, Stoneview, t1/15; cum 61K 5/15;
28284, 1,421, XTO, Carus 24X-36D, Lost Bridge, t6/15; cum 40K 10/15;

Wednesday, November 26, 2014: 175 for the month; 355 for the quarter
26250, 822, Whiting, Schlothauer 24-8-2H, Harding, t5/14; cum 32K 9/14;
26948, 531, CLR, Oakdale 5-13H, Jim Creek, t8/15; cum 39K 10/15;
27333, 893, Hess, CA-Halverson-154-95-0409H-9, Hofflund, t12/14; cum 90K 5/15;
27653, 1,085, Petro-Hunt, Jonsrud 152-96-33D-28-1HS, Clear Creek, 4 sections, t12/14; cum 87K 5/15;
27945, 386, CLR, Wayne 1-14H, Ellisville, t8/14; cum 11K 9/14;
28237, 949, Hess, EN-Freda-154-94-2635H-6, Chimney Butte, t9/14; cum 59K 5/15;
28350, PA/2, Anschutz, Jacobson 1-29-134-104, wildcat, punch the coordinates into Google maps; at the south end of Little Missouri National Grassland, about 30 miles by road northwest of Bowman; this is not Bakken country; a Red River well; Also, note no "H" designation; the scout ticket says the Deadwood; according to the well file, the targets are the Red River, the Tyler, The Lodgepole on 160-acre spacing. Estimated total depth: 11,408 (deep). Slope County. Vertical; t1/15; cum 35 bbls; pretty much off-line since completed; top form says "see plug and abandon procedures"
Tuesday, November 25, 2014: 168 for the month; 348 for the quarter
26759, 422, Hess, GN-EJ-18-97-0706H-1, New Home, t12/14; cum 29K 5/15;
26808, 1,636, SHD, Bucky 13-36H, Clarks Creek, one section, t11/14; cum 73K 5/15;
28073, 1,51, BR, Shenandoah 14-36TFH, Keene, minimal production then taken off-line 4/15; back on-line as of 12/15; t11/15; cum 116K6/16;

Monday, November 24, 2014: 165 for the month; 345 for the quarter
26809, 1,753, SHD, Mattie 13-36H, Clarks Creek one section, t11/14; cum 67K 5/15;
26949, 39l, CLR, Oakdale 4-13H1, Jim Creek, t7/15; cum 66K 1/16;
27741, 1,649, XTO, Brandvik Federal 24X-13F, Corral Creek, t9/14; cum 5K 9/14;
28214, 356, Petro Harvester, Busch 32-1H, Portal, a Madison well, t8/14; cum 29K 9/14;
28237, 949, MRO, Mattie 13-22TFH, Chimney Butte, t9/14; cum 59K 5/15;
28328, 1,368, Hess, EN-Freda-154-94-2635H-7, Alkali Creek, t1/15; cum 103K 5/15;
28388, dry, Welter Consulting, Miller 31-3, Wildcat, far northeast of the core Bakken; on a line directly from Kenmare to Minot, the well is about 2/3rds of the way from Minot to Kenmare (closer to Kenmare than Minot); Madison well; a vertical well, not a Bakken

Sunday, November 23, 2014: 158 for the month; 338 for the quarter
23806, 437, CLR, Bismarck 4-9H, Brooklyn, t9/14 cum 4K 9/14;
27426, 1,218, Whiting, Pavlish 11-30PH, South Heart, t6/14; cum 44K 9/14;
27427, 1,433, Whiting, Pavlish 41-20PH, South Heart, t6/14; cum 39K 9/14;
28067, 669, Hess, EN-State C-156-93-1615H-9, Alger, 4 sections, t11/14; cum 61K 5/15;
28074, 1,643, BR, Shenandoah 14-36MBH ULW, Keene, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 78K 5/15;
28094, 1,367, Newfield, Wehrung 150-99-14-23-5H, South Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 41K 9/14;

Saturday, November 22, 2014: 152 for the month; 332 for the quarter
26810, 1,274, SHD, Marc 13-36H, Clarks Creek, t11/14; cum 80K 5/15;
27694, 1,126, CLR, Berlain 3-30H, Patent Gate, t11/14; cum 83K 5/15;
28095, 1,967, Newfield, Wehrung 150-99-14-23-4H, South Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 41K 9/14;
28212, 22, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 12-6 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t7/14; cum 15K 5/15;
Friday, November 21, 2014: 148 for the month; 328 for the quarter
19954, 1,800, BR, CCU Olympian 21-2TFH, Corral Creek, t9/14; cum 14K 9/14;
23807, 994, CLR, Bismarck 5-9H, Brooklyn, t9/14; cum 14K 9/14;
26775, 101, Baytex, Molander 27-34-161-99H-1CN, Burg, t6/14; cum 26K 9/14;
26776, 347, Baytex, Molander 22-15-161-99H-1XC, Brug, t6/14; cum 36K 9/14;
27367, 2,477, Petro-Hunt, Brenna 152-96-23D-14-2HS,, Clear Creek, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 40K 5/15; 
27372, 726, OXY USA, Delvin Dukart 4-30-31-H-143-95, Manning, t5/14; cum 13K 9/14;
27687, 2,855, Whiting, Roen 34-10-2H, Elk,t5/14; cum 50K 9/14;
27740, 2,057, XTO, Brandvik 24X-13E2, Corral Creek, t10/14; cum --
27849, 935, Sinclair, Bighron 2-6H, Mary, t9/14; cum 14K 9/14;
28066, 850, Hess, EN-State C-156-93-1615H-8, Alger, t11/14; cum 48K 5/15;
28314, 15, Enduro, NSCU N-715-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t7/14; cum 1K 9/14;
28395, 969 Hess, An-Evenson-LW-152-95-1003H-2, Antelope, Sanish, t1/15; cum 58K 5/15;

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 136 for the month; 316 for th equarter
26644, 1,849, MRO, Big Eagle USA 41-17TFH, Van Hook, t12/14; cum 85K 5/15;
26811, 1,888, SHD, Luke 13-36H, Clarks Creek, t11/14; cum 50K 5/15;
27006, 2,775, Statoil, Brown 30-19 6H, Alger, a reader says Statoil will use new procedures starting with the Brown wells; frack data not provided; t11/14; cum 49K 5/15;
27695, 1,060, CLR, Berlain 2-30H, Patent Gate, t11/14; cum 69K 5/15;
27889, 1,992, BR, CCU Olympian 11-2MBH, Corral Creek, t9/14; cum 10K 9/14;

Wednesday, November 19, 2014: 131 for the month; 311 for the quarter
26249, 894, Whiting, Karst 21-17-1H, Estes, t5/14; cum 29K 9/14;
27190, 812, Fidelity, Minot State 34-33-28H, Stanley, "Bakken"; 2560 acres; 34 stages; 3.4 million lbs proppant; t6/14; cum 136K 3/15;
27307, 2,244, BR, Copper Draw 21-27MBH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 77K 3/15;
27890, 1,008, BR, CCU Olympian 11-2TFH, Corral Creek, t10/1;4 cum 54K 3/15;

Tuesday, November18, 2014: 127 for the month; 307 for the quarter,
22363, 2,108, QEP, Kirkland 15E-23/14H, Grail, t10/14; cum 84K 3/15;
27005, 2,126, Statoil, Brown 30-19 5TFH, Alger, t11/14; cum 39K 3/15;
27815, 1,257, Hess, HA-Mogen-LE-152-95-0805H-1, Hawkeye, 4 sections, t11/14; cum 96K 3/15;
28065, 597, Hess, En-State C-156-93-1615H-8, Alger, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 45K 3/15;
28138, 118, CLR, Jefferson 6-17H1, Crazy Man Creek, t9/14; cum 2K 9/14;

Monday, November 17, 2014: 122 for the month; 302 for the quarter
27801, 1,081, Hess, HA-Mogen-152-95-0805H-9, Hawkeye, t11/14; 80K 3/15;
27887, 845, Slawson, Mustang 1 SLH, Big Bend,t9/14; cum 127K 4/19;
27921, 753, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-17-20H-1, Alexandria, t8/14; cum 25K 9/14;
28110, 1,987, MRO, Gottlieb 11-26TFH, Bailey, t10/14; cum 54K 3/15;
28203, 1,040, CLR, Jamestown Federal 3-17H1, Banks, t3/15; cum 17K 3/15;

Sunday, November 16, 2014: 117 for the month; 297 for the quarter
26160, 1,527, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 34-11PH, Zenith, t5/14; cum 56K 9/14;
26161, 141, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 44-11PH, Zenith, t5/14; cum 51K 9/14;
26996, 671, Oasis, Emerald 5603 43-10 3B, Bull Butte, t10/14; cum 29K 3/15;
27004, 2,358, Statoil, Brown 30-19 4TFH, Alger, t11/14; cum 41K 3/15;
27109, 1,668, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42-31 7T3, Banks, t7/14; cum 9K 9/14;
27110, 612, Oasis, Hagen Banks, 5298 42-31 6T, Banks, t7/14; cum 43K 9/14;
27197, 979, Whiting, Asbeck 44-7HU,  Harding, t5/14; cum 41K 9/14;
27529, 1,834, Oasis, Cornell 5501 14-1 8T2, Cow Creek, t7/14; cum 27K 9/14;
27601, 502, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 43-18 7T2, Alger, t7/14; cum 53K 9/14;
27760, 772, Oasis, White 5198 12-6 1T2, Siverston, t10/14; cum 19K 3/15;
27761, 317, Oasis, White 5198 12-6 2T3, Siverston, t10/14; cum 30K 3/15;
27773, 550, Hess, BL-Iverson B-155-95-0708H-5, Beaver Lodge, t2/15; cum 19K 3/15;
27802, 438, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 5501 14-7 2T, Missouri Ridge, t12/14; cum 10K 3/15;
27803, 425, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 5501 14-7 1T, Missouri Ridge, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 14K 3/15;
28045, 315, Oasis, Holmes 5501 14-5 6T, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 9K 3/15;
28046, 1,470, Oasis, Holmes Harbour 5501 14-5 2B, Tyrone, 4 sections, t2/15; cum 21K 3/15;
28051, 1,412, Oasis, Shepherd Andre 5501 14-5 4B, Missouri Ridge, t12/14; cum 35K 3/15;
28139, 793, CLR, Jefferson 7-17H, Crazy Man Creek, t6/14; cum 17K 9/14;
28333, 945, CLR, Jersey 29-6XH, Alkali Creek, 4 sections, tt5/15; cum 4K 3/15;

Saturday, November 15, 2014
: 98 for the month; 278 for the quarter
26159, 1,610, Whiting, Kadrmas Federal 14-11PH, Zenith, t5/14; cum 61K 9/14;
26217, 424, EOG, Wayzetta 42-0311H, Parshall, t5/14; cum 119K 9/14;
26957, 1,599, QEP, Veeder 1-27-34BH, Grail, t6/14; cum 66K 9/14;
27766, 1,205, QEP, Veeder 27-34-26-35LL, Grail, t6/14; cum 43K 9/14;
27800, 1,489, Hess, HA-Mogen-152-95-0805H-9, Hawkeye, t11/14; cum 216K 9/18;
28203, 1,040, CLR, Jamestown Federal 2-17H, Banks, t3/15; cum 17K 3/15;

Friday, November 14, 2014: 92 for the month; 272 for the quarter
27003, 3,182, Statoil, Brown 30-19 3H, Alger, t11/14; cum 77K 3/15;
27193, 495, EOG, Austin 87-36H, Parshall, 640 acres (short lateral); 24 stages; 7.2 million lbs sand, t6/14; cum 48K 9/14;
27772, 830, Hess, BL-Iverson B-155-95-0708H-4, Beaver Lodge, b2/15; cum 31K 3/15;
28023, 1,161, XTO, Bang 31X-29D, Murphy Creek, t10/14; cum --

Thursday, November 13, 2014: 88 for the month; 269 for the quarter
26505, 455, Oasis, Hendricks 5602 43-36 5B, Tyrone, t5/14; cum 29K 9/14;
26715, 1,725, Emerald, Pirate 2-2-11H, Foreman Butte, t5/14; cum 53K 9/14;
26950, 726, CLR, Oakdale 3-13H, Jim Creek, no test date; t7/15; cum 21K 10/15;
27014, 294, Oasis, State 5792 31-15 3B, Cottonwood, t9/14; cum 11K 9/14;
27112, 506, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42-31 4T2, Banks, t/714; cum 56K 9/14;
27157, 58, Oasis, Delta 6093 24-15 4T2, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 11K 3/15;
27222, 1,386, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 7T, Alger, t8/14; cum 23K 9/14;
27466, 177, Oasis, Shaw 6092 11-23 3B, Cottonwood, t9/14; cum 2K 9/14;
27615, 589, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 55-1 31-8 8T, Missouri Ridge, t12/14; cum 18K 3/15;
27642, 634, Oasis, Holmes 5501 11-5 2T, Tyrone, t12/14; cum 28K 3/15;
27799, 1,206, Hess, HA-Mogen-152-95-0805H-7, Hawekey, t10/14; cum 90K 3/15;
28210, 77, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 12-6H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t6/14; cum 3K 9/14;

Wednesday, November 12 2014: 76 for the month; 257 for the quarter
26076, 688, OXY USA, Harry Stroh 3-8-5H-143-96, Fayette, t5/14; cum 76K 9/14;
26459, 1,182, EOG, Wayzetta 44-0311H, Parshall, middle Bakken; 46 stages; 14 million lbs sand, t5/14; cum 148K 9/14;
26749, 243, Murex, Carson Gregory 31-30H, Gooseneck, t7/14; cum 28K 9/14;
27164, 584, Hess, GN-Norman-158-97-3427H-1, New Home, t2/15; cum 19K 3/15;
27184, 267, American Eagle, Annie 15-32-164-101, Colgan, t7/14; cum 12K 9/14;
27191, 753, Fidelity, Bismarck State 34-27-28H, Stanley, t6/14; cum 77K 9/14;
27771, 586, Hess, BL-Iverson B-155-95-0708H-3, Beaver Lodge, t1/15; cum 21K 3/15; 
27949, 804, CLR, Annapolis 4-29H, Dollar Joe, t8/14; cum 32K 9/14;
28024, 910, XTO, Bang 31X-29G, Murphy Creek, no production data,
28117, 281, American Eagle, Crestone State 3-1N-163-102, Skjermo, t10/14; cum 2K 9/14;

Tuesday, November 11, 2014: 66 for the month; 247 for the quarter
26253, 1,099, Whiting, Schlothauer 24-8-1H, Harding, t5/14; cum 34K 9/14;
26951, 527, CLR, Oakdale 2-13H1, Jim Creek, t7/15; cum 41K 10/15;
27739, 815, MRO, Dave Stroh 34-11TFH, Killdeer, t8/14; cum 24K 9/14;
27948, 705, CLR, Annapolis 5-29H1, Dollar Joe, t8/14; cum 25K 9/14;
28058, 500, Samson Resources, Marauder 2413-3H, Blooming Prairie, t10/14; cum 42K 3/15;
24866, 1,729, Whiting, DRS Federal 11-25PH, Park, t5/14; cum 57K 9/14;

Monday, November 10, 2014: 60 for the month; 241 for the quarter
27163, 634, Hess, GN-Tom Jen-157-97-0409H-1, Ray, nt3/15; cum 16K 3/15;
27696, 2,204, BR, Haymaker 41-15TFH-A, Elidah, t11/14; cum 23K 3/15;
28059, 651, Samson Resources, Marauder 2413-1H, Blooming Prairie, t10/14; cum 51K 3/15;

Sunday, November 9, 2014: 57 for the month; 238 for the quarter
26261, 1,038, Emerald, Caper 2-15-22H, Boxcar Butte, t5/14;  cum 49K 9/14;
27236, 1,659, Slawson, Neptang 4-22-15TFH, Van Hook, t12/14; cum 172K 4/19;
27697, 2,325, BR, Haymaker 31-15MBH-B, Elidah, t12/14; cum 26K 3/15;
27770, 772, Hess, BL-Iverson B-155-95-0708H-2, Beaver Lodge, t1/15; cum 33K 3/15;
28153, 819, CLR, Nash 1-22H, Winner, t7/14; cum 37K 9/14;
28235, 683, Statoil, Myron 9-4 7H, Squires, t11/14; cum 8K 3/15;

Saturday, November 8, 2014: 51 for the month; 232 for the quarter
27162, 618, Hess, GN-Justin-158-97-3328H-1, New Home, t3/15; cum 17K 3/15;
27303, 1,373, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 2H, Williston, t12/14; cum 47K 3/15;
27745, 2,416, XTO, Brandvik Federal 44X-13C, Corral Creek, t11/14; cum 74K 3/15;

Friday, November 7, 2014: 48 for the month; 229 for the quarter
27540, 1,252, Petro-Hunt, Wollan 152-96-27A-35-1HS,  Clear Creek, t12/14; cum 63K 3/15;
27870, A, CLR, Skar 4-28H1, Stoneview, no test date; probably around 2/15; cum 85K 6/16;
28005, 986, MRO, Meehl 44-24TFH, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 12K 9/14;
28148, 543, Hess, BW-Kraetsch-149-99-1423H-5, Cherry Creek, t11/14; cum 33K 3/15;
28215, 10, Enduro, NSCU N-711-H1, Newburg, Spearfish/Charles, t714; cum 1K 9/14;
28234, 588, Statoil, Myron 9-4 2TFH, Squires, t11/14; cum 4K 3/15;

Thursday, November 6, 2014: 42 for the month; 223 for the quarter
26612, 1,507, Newfield, Hoffman 149-98-14-23-2H, Pembroke, t8/14; cum 37K 9/14;
26716, 1,282, Emerald, Pirate 3-2-11H, Foreman Butte, t5/14; cum 37K 9/14;
27161, 583, Hess, GN-Tom Jen-157-97-0409H-2, Ray, t3/15; cum 14K 3/15;
27247, 586, Petro-Hunt, L Hoiby 159-94-30D-19-4H, North Tioga, t8/14; cum 32K 9/14;
27302, 1,764, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 4TFH, Williston, t1/15; cum 42K 3/15;
27607, 1,512, BR, Bullrush 34-10TFH-B, Elidah, t2/15; cum 14K 3/15;
27698, 1,403, BR, Haymaker 31-15TFH-B, Elidah, 12/14; cum 27K 3/15;
27744, 2,026, XTO, Brandvik Federal 44X-13H, Corral Creek, t11/14; cum 50K 3/15;
28011, TA/SI/drl, Denbury, CHSU 11-27 15, Cedar Hills, South Red River B,
29917, PNC, Petro-Hunt/Emerald, Dagny Taggart 4-21-16H, Mondak,

Wednesday, November 5, 2014: 32 for the month; 213 for the quarter
26154, 1,842, WPX, Alfred Old Dog 19-18HD, Reunion Bay, t9/14; cum 21K 9/14;
27683, 762, Hess, EN-Pederson-LW-154-94-0408H-4, Alkali Creek, t1/15; cum 41K 3/15;
27844, 1,284, Newfield, Blue Angel 150-99-5-8-4H, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 191K 9/18;
27869, 476, CLR, Skar 3-28H, Stoneview, t3/15; cum 13K 3/15;
28137, 760, WPX, Edward Flies Away 7-8-9HC, Van Hook, 25 stages; 5 million lbs sand, t6/14; cum 52K 9/14;
28147, 781, Hess, BW-R Peterson 149-99-1102H-5, Cherry Creek, t11/14; cum 58K 6/15;

Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 26 for the month; 207 for the quarter
26610, 876, Newfield, Hoffman 149-98-14-23-2H, Pembroke, t7/14; cum 30K 9/14;
27301, 1,265, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 6H, Williston, t1/15; cum 39K 3/15;
27606, 1,680, BR, Bullrush 34-10MBH-B, Elidah, t2/15; cum 24K 5/15;
27704, dry, Ballard, Drovdal 13-2, Wildcat, a Madison well; 1.5 miles SE of Maxbass, ND; Bottineau County; the geologist report states the well was spud May 5, 2014, and reached TD of 4300' MD on March 14 (sic) ... yes; the sundry form said the spud date was May 1.  I assume TD was reached May 14. Another form stated the re-entry date was May 4, and total depth was reached May 12; so, take your pick.
27728, 1,458, WPX, Ruby 31-30HX, Antelope, Sanish formation; the app says Three Forks B1; 33 stages; 5.2 million lbs sand, t8/14; cum 57K 9/15;
28199, 230, Petro Harvester, Busch 5-1H, Portal, Midale formation, the Midale is part of the Madison group; 8 stages; 426,100 pounds sand; t8/14; cum 32K 9/15;
28233, 681, Statoil, Myron 9-4 5H, Squires, 32 stages; 5.6 million lbs; t11/14; cum 10K 3/15;


Monday, November 3, 2014: 19 for the month; 200 for the quarter
26153, 1,531, WPX, Alfred OldDog 19-18HZ, Reunion Bay, t10/14; cum 10K 9/14;
27682, 1,183, Hess, EN-Pederson-LW-154-94-0408H-3, Alkali Creek, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 65K 3/15;
27743, 2,510, XTO, Brandvik Federal 44X-13D, Corral Creek, t11/14; cum 82K 3/15;
27845, 1,111, Newfield, Blue Angel 150-99-5-8-5HLW, Tobacco Garden, t7/14; cum 47K 9/14;
27868, 476, CLR, Skar 2-28H1, Stoneview, t2/15; cum 20K 5/15;
27886, 273, Hess, BW-Kraetsch-149-99-1423H-4, Cherry Creek, t1/15; cum 2K 3/15;
27946, 89, Luff, D and E Trust N-31H, Corey Butte, a Red River well, t7/14; cum 47K 9/15;
28232, 778, Statoil, Myron 9-4 3H, Squires, t11/14; cum 6K 3/15;

Sunday, November 2, 2014: 11 for the month; 192 for the quarter
26611, 912, Newfield, Hoffman 149-98-14-23-3H, Pembroke, t8/14; cum 34K 9/14;
27140, 1,995, MRO, Freeberg 34-32TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 28K 9/14;
27639, 722, CLR, Stark 1-26H1, Temple, t11/14, cum 6K 9/14;
 
Saturday, November 1, 2014: 8 for the month; 189 for the quarter
26077, 940, OXY USA, Evelyn Stroh, 3-17-20H-143-96, Fayette, 30 stages, 900,000 lbs sand, t5/14; cum 146K 9/15;
26078, 842, Lime Rock/OXY USA, Evelyn Stroh 2-8-5H-143-96, Fayette, 30 stages; 900,000 lbs sand, t5/14; cum 317K 9/18;
26079, 1,336, Lime Rock/OXY USA, Harry Stroh 2-8-5H-143-96, Fayette, 30 stages; 900K lbs sand; t5/14; cum 355K 9/18;
26152, 968, WPX, Alfred Old Dog 30-31HD, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 43K 9/14;
27300, 825, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 8TFH, Williston, t1/15; cum 51K 3/15;
27681, 892, Hess, EN-Pederson-LW-154-94-0408H-2, Alkali Creek, t1/15; cum 66K 5/15;
27742, 2,937, XTO, Brandvik Federal 44X-13G, Corral Creek, t12/14; cum 60K 3/15;
27885, 130, Hess, BW-R Peterson-149-99-1102H-4, Cherry Creek, t6/15; cum --

Friday, October 31, 2014: 181 for the month; 181 for the quarter
23846, 118, CLR, Bison 41-23H, Cedar Hills, t4/15; cum 6K 5/15;
24650, PNC, KOG, P Wood 154-98-3-27-16-3H, 

Thursday, October 30, 2014: 179 for the month; 179 for the quarter
23272, 808, CLR, Caretan 1-28H, St Demetrium, t8/14; cum 12K 8/14;
26717, 1,452, Emerald Oil, Pirate 4-2-11H, Foreman Butte, t5/14; 40K 8/14;

Wednesday, October 29, 2014: 177 for the month; 177 for the quarter
24909, 2,090, Oasis, Kaleb 5501 12-1B, Cow Creek, t7/14; cum 18K 8/14;
25764, 24, Oasis, Hannah Kaydence 5501 12-1T, Cow Creek, 36 stages, 4.3 million lbs, t7/14; cum 50K 5/15;
27113, 658, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42-31 3T, Banks, t7/14; cum 32K 8/14;
27219, 1,410, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 5T, Alger, t8/14; cum 3K 8/14;
27220, 1,933, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 6B, Alger, t8/14; cum 30K 8/14;
27221, 1,316, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 7T, Alger, t8/14; cum 2K 8/14;
27245, 1,505, Oasis, Tufto 5501 11-13 3T, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 24K 8/14;
27246, 2,237, Oasis, Tufto 5501 11-13 2B, Cow Creek, t5/14; cum 37K 8/14;
27250, 398, Oasis, Tufto 5501 13-13 4T, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 26K 8/14;
27251, 1,013, Oasis, Tufto 5501 13-13 6T, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 24K 8/14;
27467, 111, Oasis, Shaw 6092 11-23 2T, Cottonwood, t9/14; cum --
27600, 1,260, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 43-18 6T, Alger, t8/14; cum 10K 8/14;
27836, 1,415, MRO, Richanda USA 21-4H, McGregory Buttes, t12/14; cum 28K 3/15;
27911, 453, Slawson, Bootleg 5-14-15TFH, Stockyard Creek, ICO, t9/14; cum 160K 4/19;
28208, 175, Slawson, Zulu 6-21TFH, Big Bend, t8/14; cum 3K 8/14;

Tuesday, October 28, 2014: 162 for the month; 162 for the quarter
23583, 755, CLR, Columbia Federal 7-5H, Dollar Joe, t10/14; cum 160K 9/18;
23683, dry, WPX, Martin Fox 20-17HY, Mandaree, "channeled surface cement job";
26991, 508, Slawson, Zulu 5-21H, Van Hook, t8/14; cum 14K 8/14;
27814, 3,838, Statoil, Maston 34-27 2H, Banks, t4/15; cum --
27837, 1,142, MRO, Bears Ghost USA 21-4TFH, McGregory Buttes, t1/15; cum 43K 3/15;


Monday, October 27, 2014: 157 for the month; 157 for the quarter
25653, 1,024, Petro-Hunt, State of North Dakota 154-99-16A-6H, Stockyard Creek, Three Forks (though app said middle Bakken), short lateral, 640 acres/ICO, 22 stages, 2.5 million lbs sand, t7/14; cum 39K 8/14;
27913, 448, CLR, Kuntz 1-25H1, Ukraine, Three Forks, t7/14; cum 14K 8/14;
28150, 1,651, XTO, Dave 11X-16E, Siverston, t9/14; cum -- 

Sunday, October 26, 2014: 154 for the month; 154 for the quarter
23584, 995, CLR, Columbia Federal 6-5H, Dollar Joe, t10/15; cum --
23682, 1,142, WPX, Martin Fox 20-17HB, Mandaree, t10/14; cum 93K 3/15;
26992, 557, Slawson, Fox 5-28H, Van Hook, 640 acres/ICO, t9/14; cum 157K 4/19;
27838, 2,229, MRO, Bears Ghost USA 11-4H, McGregory Buttes, t12/14; cum 77K 3/15;
27875, 1,791, Petro-Hunt, Wollan 152-96-27C-6H, Clear Creek, 18 stages/2.1 million lbs sand, 640 acres, t7/14; cum 179K 9/18;
28072, 1,336, Hess, AN-Evenson-LW-152-95-1003H-1, Antelope. Sanish pool, t1/15; cum 71K 3/15;

Saturday, October 25, 201: 148 for the month; 148 for the quarter
23681, 656, WPX, Martin Fox 20-17HX, Mandaree, t10/14; cum 56K 3/15;
25834, 750, Fidelity, Dacker 21-16H, Heart River, t5/14; cum 41K 8/14;
27982, 1,114, Statoil, Palson 36-1 3TFH, Briar Creek, t10/14; cum 13K 3/15;
28149, 2,566, XTO, Dave 11X-16A, Siverston, 38 stages; 3.4 million lbs sand; middle Bakken, 1280 acres; t9/14; cum 244K 9/18;
Friday, October 24, 2014: 144 for the month; 144 for the quarter;
27492, 184, Murex, Shauna Michelle 26-35H, Daneville, t7/14; cum 10K 8/14;
27798, 1,032, Hess, AN-Evenson-152-95-1003H-9, Antelope, Sanish pool, t1/15; cum 62K 3/15;
27839, 1,634, MRO, Bears Ghost USA 11-4TFH, McGregory Buttes, t12/14; cum 30K 3/15; not full months
27916, 362, American Eagel, George 3-1-163-102, Skjermo, t9/14; cum 5K 8/14;
27981, 1,961, Statoil, Paulson 36-1 2H, Briar Creek, t10/14; cum 24K 3/15;

Thursday, October 23, 2014: 139 for the month; 139 for the quarter
27965, 1,060, XTO, Kathy 31X-15H, Tioga, t11/14; cump 56K 3/15;
27983, 1,410, Statoil, Paulson 36-1 8TFH, Briar Creek, t10/14; cum 12K 3/15;

Wednesday, October 22, 2014: 137 for the month; 137 for the quarter
27308, 1,683, BR, Lillibridge 21-27MBH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t9/14; cum 178K 9/18;
27581, 2,342, MRO, Viani USA 44-10H,  Chimney Butte, t6/14; cum 42K 8/14;
27797, 1,044, Hess, AN-Evenson-152-95-1003H-8, Antelope, Sanish pool, t12/14; cum 67K 3/15;
28112, 11, Legacy, Legacy Berge 13-31H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t6/14; cum --
28161, 1,772, Hess, BB-Budahn A-LS-150-95-0403H-1, Blue Buttes, 4 sections, t12/14; cum 349K 11/18; a jump in production 10/16;

Tuesday, October 21, 2014: 132 for the month; 132 for the quarter
27492, 184, Murex, Shauna Micelle 26-35H, Daneville, t7/14; cum 90K 11/18;, I think this is only the second permit in Daneville in the Bakken boom; very inactive area in Divide County, far west; 1280-acre, Three Forks (as expected);
27966, 828, XTO, Kathy 31X-15D, Tioga, t1/15 cum 100K 9/18;


Monday, October 20, 2014: 130 for the month; 130 for the quarter
27501, 1,674, Hess, BB-Budahn A-150-95-0403H-10, Blue Buttes, t12/14; cum 289K 9/18;
27733, 770, Newfield, Fleck 150-100-12-1-2H, Sandrocks, t8/14; cum 17K 8/14;
27796, 949, Hess, AN-Evenson-152-95-1003H-8, Antelope, t12/14; cum 110K 9/18;

Sunday, October 19, 2014: 127 for the month; 127 for the quarter;
27151, 2,208, MRO, Glisar 14-32TFH, Reunion Bay, t8/14; cum 232K 11/18; off-line as of 9/18; a big well -- what's going on?

27767, 698, SM Energy, Todd 13X-35H, Camp, t9/14; cum 51K 3/15;
27986, 171, Samson Resources, Matador 2734-7H, Ambrose, t7/14; cum 11K 8/14;

Saturday, October 18, 2014: 124 for the month; 124 for the quarter
27018, 2,721, Whiting, Gajewski 31-18H, Lonesome, middle Bakken, gas averaged 2,000 units; max gas almost 3,000 units; 1280-acre, t4/14; cum 78K 3/15;
27019, 2,204, Whiting, Gajewski, 31-18-2H, Lonesome, middle Bakken, 1280-acre, t4/14; cum 42K 8/14;
27502, 1,740, Hess, BB-Budahn A-150-95-0403H-9, Blue Buttes, t12/14; cum 87K 3/15;
27732, 854, Newfield, Fleck 150-100-12-1-3H, Sandrocks, t8/14; cum 16K 8/14;
27795, 901, Hess, AN-Evenson-152-95-1003H-7, Antelope, t12/14; cum 68K 5/15;
27964, 541, XTO, Kathy 31X-15C,  Tioga, t1/15; slow to start production; production really began 7/15; cum 54K 11/18; off line 10/18 - what's going on?
 
Friday, October 17, 2014: 118 for the month; 118 for the quarter
27147, 1,440, BR, Arches 14-35TFH, Keene, t8/14; cum 14K 8/14;
27768, 1,041, Oasis/SM Energy, Luella 13-35H, Camp, t9/14; cum 285K 9/18;
27824, 3,659, Statoil, Maston 34-27 7TFH, Banks, t4/15; cum 18K 5/15;
 
Thursday, October 16, 2014: 115 for the month; 115 for the quarter
25833, 457, Kaiser-Francis Oil/Fidelity, Weiler 21-16H, Heart River, Three Forks, initial production erratic, t5/13; cum 113K 11/18;
26443, 908, Whiting, Ellison Creek Federal 21-1PH, Morgan Draw, Golden Valley County, Upper Pronghorn formation, targeting an 8-foot Pronghorn window; just below the Upper Bakken; the middle Bakken and Lower Bakken shale are not present here, gas units were low throughout; TF1, t4/14; cum 157K 11/18;
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 143K 11/18;
27503, 1,675, Hess, BB-Budahn A-150-95-0403H-8, Blue Buttes, t12/14; cum 284K 11/18;
27731, 1,415, Newfield, Fleck 150-100-12-1-4H, Sandrocks, total drilling days, 25; middle Bakken; gas levels 1,000 to 4,000 units; an intermittent 2 - 10' flare; 38 stages; 4.3 million lbs sand; t8/14; cum 8/14;
27769, 965, SM Energy, Tracy 13-35H, Camp, t9/14; cum 74K 3/15;

Wednesday, October 15, 2014: 109 for the month; 109 for the quarter
23587, 584, XTO, Kristensen 24X-9B, Temple, t10/14; cum 31K 3/15;
27558, 1,749, MRO, Samann 34-24H, Chimney Butte, t7/14; cum 24K 8/14;
27680, 1,110, Hess, EN-Pederson-LW-154-94-0408H-2, Alkali Creek, t12/14; cum 64K 3/15;
27904, 214, American Eagle, Richard 2-13N-163-101, Colgan, t7/14; cum 11K 8/14;
27918, 1,167, Hunt, Sioux Trail 160-101-14-23H-1, Charlson, t12/14; cum 43K 12/14;

Tuesday, October 14, 2014: 104 for the month; 104 for the quarter
27504, 1,314, Hess, BB-Budahn A-150-95-0403H-7, Blue Buttes, t12/14; cum 25K 12/14;
27809, 2,232, Statoil, Maston 34-27 6H, Banks, t4/15; cum 32K 6/15;

Monday, October 13, 2014: 102 for the month; 102 for the quarter
27368, 2,253, Petro-Hunt, Brenna 152-96-24C-13-1HS,  Clear Creek, t10/14; cum 76K 12/14;
27855, 40, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Fett 13-18 2H, Red Rock, Spearfish, t5/14; cum 5K 8/14;

Sunday, October 12, 2014: 100 for the month; 100 for the quarter
27505, 1,628, Hess, BB-Budahn A-150-95-0403H-6, Blue Buttes, t12/14; cum 55K 12/14;
27616, 113, XTO, Hansen 34X-10C, Temple, t9/14; cum 14K 12/14;
27810, 2,940, Statoil, Maston 34-27 8TFH, Banks, t4/15; cum 23K 6/15;
27980, AB/462, Hess, BLSU E-406, Beaver Lodge, Silurian, t5/15; cum 2K over 21 days; off-line/IA now;

Saturday, October 11, 2014: 96 for the month; 96 for the quarter
26292, 1,256, Whiting, Newton Federal 44-4PH, Bell, t4/14; cum 44K 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;
26304, 2,599, QEP, Veeder 4-27-34BH, Grail, t5/14; cum 251K 9/18;
26860, 770, Hess, EN-State D-154-93-2635H-10, Robinson Lake, t9/14; cum 6K 8/14;
27561, 960, CLR, Rolfsrud 3-11H1, Elidah, t7/14; cum 18K 8/14;
27726, 277, Hunt, Scorio 159-101-14-23H-1, Zahl, t7/14; cum 13K 8/14;
27785, 36, Enduro, NSCU-Q-712-H1, Newburg, Spearfish/Charles, t6/14; cum 3K 8/14;

Friday, October 10, 2014: 86 for the month; 86 for the quarter
25604, 883, Lime Rock Resoures/OXY USA, Delvin Dukart 2-31-30H-143-95, Manning, t4/14; cum 192K 9/18;
26186, 90, Oasis, Freya 5892 44-34T, Cottonwood, t5/14; cum 4K 8/14;
26187, 635, Oasis, Marit 5892 44-34B, Cottonwood, t4/14; cum 24K 8/14;
26299, 2,273, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 44-18 2B, Alger, a nice well, 15K in first 18 days; cum 82
K 3/15; t8/14; cum 206K 9/18;

26381, 723*, Oasis, Mallard 5692 21-20 10B, Alger, middle Bakken, t6/14; cum 166K 11/18;
26504, 1,035, Oasis, Hendricks 5602 43-36 4T, Tyrone, t2/14; cum 25K 8/14;
26737, 3,374, Enerplus, Ribbon 152-94-18B-19H, Antelope, 42 stages; 10 million lbs sand, t4/14; cum 624K 11/18;
26833, 1,613, Oasis, Hysted 5200 14-30 3T2, Camp, t4/14; cum 21K 8/14;
26897, 644, Oasis, Delta 6093 24-15 2T, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 38K 3/15;
26898, 548, Oasis, Delta 6093 24-15 3B, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 103K 11/16;
26980, 1,376, Hess, HA-Nelson-152-95-3328H-9, Hawkeye, t11/14; cum 78K 3/15;
26990, 3,102, Enerplus, Hognose 152-94-18B-19H-TF, Antelope, t4/14; cum 539K 11/18;
27114, 709, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42-31 2T2, Banks, t7/14; cum 21K 8/14;
27149, 367, Oasis, Hannan 6092 12-33H, Gros Ventre, t5/14; cum 23K 8/14;
27241, 1,507, Oasis, Tufto 5501 14-13 7B, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 32K 8/14;
27242, 531, Oasis, Tufto 5501 14-13 8T, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 39K 8/14;
27249, 1,552, Oasis, Tufto 5501 13-13 5B, Cow Creek, t6/14; cum 38K 8/14;
27355, 1,241, XTO, Thompson 41X-17MB3, Charlson, t12/14; cum 37K 3/15;
27507, 1,029, Newfield, Craig Skaar 15-99-15-22-5H, South Tobacco Garden, t6/14; cum 46K 8/14;
27877, 415, Slawson, Cruiser 7-16-9TFH, Big Bend, t9/14; cum 249K 4/19;

Thursday, October 9, 2014: 66 for the month; 66 for the quarter
26636, 407, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Emil Veverka 3-17-20H-143-95, Murphy Creek, t4/14; cum 158K 11/18;
26939, 654, Hess, SC-Norma-154-98-0706H-2, Truax, t11/14; cum 40K 3/15;
27506, 1,250, Newfield, Craig Skaar 150-99-15-22-5H, South Tobacco Garden, t6/14; cum 148K 4/17;
27562, 993, CLR, Rolfsrud 2-11H, Elidah, t/14; cum 15K 8/14;
27724, 713, SM Energy, Almos Farms 1B-26HS, West Ambrose, t10/14; bcum 67K 3/15;
27727, 257, Hunt, Scorio 159-101-11-2H-1, Zahl, t7/14; cum 9K 8/14;
27872, 625, CLR, Daniel 2-33H, Stoneview, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 152K 11/18;
28008, AB/5, Enduro, MMU 32-24-H1, Mohall, t7/14; cum --, albeit, almost nothing; 100 bbls in first three months

Wednesday, October 8, 2014: 58 for the month; 58 for the quarter
26746, 840, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, Emil Veverka 4-17-20H-143-95, Murphy Creek, t4/14; cum 151K 11/18;
26981, 1,137, Hess, HA-Nelson-152-95-3328H-8, Hawkeye, t11/14; cum 68K 3/15;
27631, 90, Denbury, CHSU 41-35SHR 15, Cedar Hills, a Red River B well, t6/14; cum 8K 8/14;
27679, 1,678, XTO, Thompson Federal 41X-17-TF2, Charlson, t12/14; cum 58K 3/15;
27813, 3,713, Statoil, Maston 34-27 3TFH, Banks, no production data,
27871, 775, CLR, Daniel 3-33H1, Stoneview, no IP provided; 30 stages; 5.8 million lbs sand; t10/14; cum 66K 5/15;


Tuesday, October 7, 2014: 52 for the month; 52 for the quarter
25916, A/no IP, Lime Rock Resources/Fidelity, H Reid TTT 33-28H, Stanley, cum 199K 11/18;
26218, 1,328, Emerald Oil, Excalibur 2-25-36H, Boxcar Butte, t4/14; cum 45K 8/14;
26219, 1,020, Petro-Hunt/Emerald Oil, Excalibur 1-25-36H, Boxcar Butte, t4/14; cum 174K 11/18;
26290, 1,615, Whiting, Newton Federal 42-4PH, Bell, t4/14; cum 50K 8/14;
26291, 1,645, Whiting, Newton 41-4PH, Bell, t4/14; cum 67K 8/14;
26535, 811, CLR, Jerry 7-8H, Poe, t11/14; cum 55K 3/15;
26665, 1,652, Emerald Oil, Ty Webb 3-1-12H, Sheep Butte, t5/14; cum 3K 8/14;
26668, 485, Petro-Hunt/Emerald Oil, Dean Wormer 2-33-28H, Moline, t5/14; cum 105K 11/18;
26669, 946, Emerald Oil, Dean Wormer 133-28H, Moline, t4/14; cum 30K 8/14;
26938, 998, Hess, SC-Norma-154-98-0706H-2, Truax, t11/14; cum 130K 11/16;
27139, 2,156, MRO, Sloan 34-32H, Reunion Bay, middle Bakken, gas peaked at 2,000 units; 20 - 35' flare, t8/14; cum 321K 11/18;
27723, 290, Petro-Hunt/SM Energy, Almos Farms 1-26HS, West Ambrose, t10/14; cum 155K 11/18;
27812, 3,896, Equinor/Statoil, Maston 34-27 4H, Banks, t4/15; cum 274K 11/18;

Monday, October 6, 2014: 39 for the month; 39 for the quarter
27722, 637, SM Energy, Almos Farms 1B-26HN, West Ambrose, t10/14; um 63K 3/15;
27873, 639, CLR, Daniel 4-33H, Stoneview, middle Bakken, 4 sections, 40 stages; 7.8 million lbs, t10/14; cum 87K 5/15;

Sunday, October 5, 2014: 37 for the month; 37 for the quarter
26536, 1,302, CLR, Jerry 6-8H, Poe, t11/14; cum 73K 3/15;
27448, 1,739, XTO, Tuckerman Federal 11X-11F,  Lost Bridge, t8/14; cum 15K 7/14;
27811, 2,879, Statoil, Maston 34-27 5TFH, Banks, t4/15; cum 145K 11/16;

Saturday, October 4, 2014: 34 for the month; 34 for the quarter
26521, 2,661, QEP, TAT 4-33-28BH, Grail, t5/14; cum 240K 11/16;
26522, 2,709, QEP, TAT 3-33-28TH, Grail, t5/14; cum 246K 11/18;
26523, 2,767, QEP, TAT 3-33-38BH, Grail, t5/14; cum 347K 11/18;
26524, 2,561, QEP, TAT 2-233-28TH, Grail, t5/14; cum 189K 11/16;
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;
26764, 361, Samson Resources, Baja 2215-7H, Ambrose, t7/14; cum 22K 7/14;
26937, 768, Hess, SC-Norma-154-98-0706H-3, Truax, t11/14; cum 137K 11/18;
26982, 1,309, Hess, HA-Nelson-152-95-3328H-7, Hawkeye, t10/14; cum 179K 11/18;
27440, 284, Hess, GN-Champ-159-98-3239H-1, Big Stone, t2/15; cum 12K 3/15;
27584, 2,525, BR, Shafermaker 11-15MBH-ULW, Elidah, t1/15; cum 14K 3/15;
27721, 163, SM Energy, Almos Farms 1-26HN, West Ambrose, t12/14; cum 16K 3/15;
27753, 1,848, BR, CCU Olympian 44-35MBH, Corral Creek, t9/14; cum 279K 11/18;
27856, 70, Legacy Oil, Legacy Et Al Fett 13-18H, Red Rock, a nice Spearfish well, t5/14;cum 8K 7/14; 

Friday, October 3, 2014: 20 for the month; 20 for the quarter
24534, 1,823, Petro-Hunt, Clear Creek 152-96-34B-5H, Clear Creek, t7/14; cum 192K 11/18;
25117, 1,279, CLR, Bjarne 3-29H, Patent Gate, t11/14; cum 70K 3/15;
25123, 283, Thunderbird Resources, Watson B N34-11-1H, Ranch Creek, t6/15; cum 68K 8/18; off-line much of the time early on;
27029, 539, CLR, Myrtle 5-7H, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 17K 7/14;
27449, 2,550, XTO, Tuckerman Federal 11X-11A, Lost Bridge, t8/14; cum 264K 11/16;
27541, 1,168, Petro-Hunt, Anderson 152-96-23C-24-1HS, Clear Creek, t11/14; cum 130K 11/16;
27725, 198, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-32-29H-1, Alexandria, t6/14; cum 91K 11/16;

Thursday, October 2, 2014: 13 for the month; 13 for the quarter
26936, 1,089, Hess, SC-Norma-154-98-0706H-5, Truax, t11/14; cum 226K 11/18;
27030, 551, CLR, Myrtle 6-7H1, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 12K 7/14;
27351, 975, Hess, GN-Beulah-158-98-0508H-1, Rainbow, t2/15; cum 82K 9/15;
27585, 1,443, BR, Haymaker 11-15TFH, Elidah, t1/15; cum 76K 5/18;
27754, 1,536, BR, CCU Olympian 44-35TFH, Corral Creek, t9/14; cum 226K 5/18;

Wednesday, October 1, 2014: 8 for the month; 8 for the quarter
25925, 578, SM Energy/Baytex, Les hall 18-19-162-99H-2DM, Ambrose, t4/14; cum 191K 5/18;
25926, 488, SM Energy/Baytex, Kathlyn Hall 18-19-162-99H-3DN, Three Forks, Ambrose, t4/14; cum 193K 5/18;
26099, 548, OXY USA, Evelyn Kary 4-22-15H-144-97, Cabernet, t3/14; cum 160K 5/18;
26100, 528, OXY USA, Evelyn Kary 3-22-15H-144-97, Cabernet, t3/14; cum 80K 5/18;
26983, 1,012, Hess, HA-Nelson-152-95-3328H-6, Hawkeye, t10/14; cum 147K 5/18;
27031, 466, CLR, Myrtle 7-7H, Northwest McGregor, t7/14; cum 93K 5/18;
27582, 1,426, MRO, Gorey 44-10TFH, Chimney Butte, 4 sections, t7/14; cum 111K 5/18;
27605, 1,272, BR, Bullrush 34-10TFH-A, Elidah, t2/15; cum 115K 5/18;