Saturday, November 22, 2014

Only Because It's So Funny --

It was some time ago, maybe a year or so ago, I got sucked into a satire as a true story. "Anonymous" sent me an article that almost did it again (to me). I don't know if "anonymous" knew it was satire or not.

My "spam checker" threw this one out -- I don't see most comments -- my "spam checker" only forwards comments that I might be interested in. The "spam checker" did not forward this one to me, thinking I would not post it anyway, but I was curious if the "spam checker" was doing a good job, so I happened to check this one.

It's a bogus story, but it's pretty good.


The Daily Currant reports.

I wish it were true.

Everything But The Sage Grouse ... Oh, There It Is; The Times Even Threw In The Sage Grouse -- November 22, 2014

Steve sent me a link to a New York Times story that came up with everything but the sage grouse to find fault with the Bakken. When one sees this story, one probably gets the best feeling yet of really how big the Bakken it is. If The New York Times devotes this much to the Bakken, it has to be big. Bigger than the Texas oil fields? It certainly seems the Times thinks so. Anyway, whatever.

But I had to laugh. I told Steve the same thing: the Times came up with everything but the sage grouse to find fault with the Bakken. I did a word search.

It turns out I was wrong. LOL.

Yes, the Times was even able to get the sage grouse into the story, but they had to do it with a separate story. If you go to the linked article, scroll to the very bottom of the story, and there it is, in a separate story at the bottom right. It's possible this is a dynamic link and "attached" stories may change, but I doubt it.

If you do read the story, remember it was also the Times that had the story about natural gas that turned out to be a hoax or a scam, some years ago. Be that as it may, I'm linking it for the archives.

I assume this will help make the case for the EPA decision to write new rules and regulations on methane emissions. I think it's an old story, but for readers who are not aware of it, The Dickinson Press is reporting the story.

If everyone hangs together -- POTUS, EPA, Cuomo, Hillary, and Pocahontas -- we can soon go back to OPEC controlling all the oil cards and the price of oil. 

Cabernet Oil Field Has Been Updated -- November 22, 2014

Link here.

The Cabernet oil field has been updated. It's a bit "messy" because after the original post, I did not list the permits on a yearly basis; instead, simply provided occasional updates.

The cumulative production numbers have been updated for wells that had been posted in the original note and the updates.

In addition, all permits and wells since calendar year 2012 have been added.

I first posted the Cabernet oil field early before I knew all that much about the Bakken. If you see factual errors, let me know. Thank you.

At Least It's Hard To Catch

Reuters is tweeting:
Mali records new case of Ebola after friend of nurse who died from tests positive.

A Random Look At The 2560-Acre Unit In Which CLR Will Place 28 Wells -- November 22, 2014


February 2, 2020: update of a few Florida Federal wells

January 7, 2020: production data and graphics updated. Updated graphic of the area:

August 19, 2019: production data and graphics updated.

October 28, 2018: see production profile for this amazing well, #21977. 

June 26, 2017: new wells --
  • 32476, drl-->drl/NC, CLR, Florida Federal 6-11H1, Camp, status noted 10/19;
  • 32474, drl-->drl/NC, CLR, Florida Federal 7-11H, Camp, status noted 10/19;
  • 28806, PNC, CLR, Florida Federal 6-11HPNC, Camp,
Original Post
In the December, 2014, NDIC hearing dockets, CLR wants to put 28 wells in one 2560-acre drilling unit.  

So, where is the 2560-acre unit which which CLR is requesting 28 wells? This is the case, not a permit:
  • Case 23454, CLR, Camp-Bakken, 28 wells on an existing 2560-acre unit, McKenzie, Williams
This is the 2560-acre spacing unit: sections 2, 11, 14 and 23, T.152N.R.100W.

Right now, there are 12 wells/permits in that drilling unit:

-- in section 14, six completed wells, 2560-acre spacing:
  • 21977, 1,016, CLR, Florida 3-11H, 38 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t1/13; cum 643K 8/20; huge jump 3/17;
  • 21979, 338, CLR, Alpha 3-14H, t1/13, 26 stages, 2.3 million lbs; cum 373K 8/20;
  • 21980, 569, CLR, Florida 1-11H, Three Forks, 38 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t1/13; cum 283K 8/20;
  • 21981, 377, CLR, Alpha 1-14H, 26 stages, 2.3 million lbs, t1/13; cum 152K 8/20;
  • 21982, 706, CLR, Florida 2-11H, 38 stages, 3.4 million lbs, t2/13; cum 424K 8/20;
  • 21983, 504, CLR, Alpha 2-14H, 30 stages; 2.8 million lbs sand/ceramic, t2/13; cum 312K 8/20;
-- in section 14, six wells on confidential status, 2560-acre spacing?
  • 28805, PNC, CLR, Alpha 6/14H,
  • 28804, PNC, CLR, Florida Federal 6-11H,
  • 28803, 1,338, CLR, Alpha 5-14H, Camp, 4 sections, 20 stages, 9.9 million lbs, t3/17; cum 273K 8/20;
  • 28802, 190, CLR, Florida Federal 5-11H2, Camp, 4 sections, 16 stages, 5 million lbs; 16 of 45 zones planned for this well; will resume operations when plug and guns are fished out of this well; well not producing (4/17); t3/17; cum 150K 8/20; off line 2/20; remains off line 4/20;
  • 28801, 1,194, CLR, Alpha 4-14H1, Camp, 4 sections, 20 stages, 9.6 million lbs, t3/17; cum 210K 8/20;
  • 28800, 1,386, CLR, Florida Federal 4-11H1, Camp, 4 sections, 45 stages, 22 million lbs, t3/17; cum 426K 8/20; update here; a huge well;
It is likely that we could see 16 more wells in this section, 8 running north, 8 running south; half targeting the middle Bakken, half targeting various benches of the Three Forks.

It is interesting: in this area, it is all 1280-acre spacing with two exceptions:
  • one 2560-acre unit
  • one 1600-acre unit:
The graphics:

August 19, 2019:

 Original graphic:

Speaking Of "Here We Go Again" -- 6.8 Earthquake in Japan -- November 22, 2014

Link here.
A strong earthquake late Saturday struck a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics, knocking down at least 10 homes in a ski resort town and injuring more than 20 people, officials said.
The magnitude-6.8 earthquake struck near Nagano city shortly after 10 p.m. (1300 GMT) at a depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles), the Japan Meteorological Agency said. The U.S. Geological Survey measured the quake's magnitude at 6.2. Since the quake occurred inland, there was no possibility of a tsunami.
The April, 2011, Fukushima earthquake (Japan) was 6.6.

Giving Away Their Oil For $75 -- November 22, 2014

Actually I don't know what Saudi is getting for their oil, but I know it's way down from their highs. Saudi spokesmen, more than once, have said that they are concerned about their resource, and that they don't want to deprive future Saudi generations of oil income.

But at the moment they are giving their oil away for quite a discount.

And China is buying all they can get. See this post from September 19, 2014. In this week's issue of BloombergBusinessweek, page 13, huge half-page graphic and story: Energy Ahoy, China!
With oil prices off about 30 percent since June, China is importing record amounts of crude to build up a strategic reserve. Cheap fuel is giving tanker companies their profits in years.
Remember: This is not an investment site. Do not make any investment, financial, or relationship decisions based on what you read here or what you think you may have read here. Make no travel plans based on what you read here. I post quickly and frequently; typographical and factual errors are likely. If this information is important to you, go to the source.

Some statistics from the article:
  • Number of largest class tankers heading to China: 76. (Historical average: 63)
  • Bbls of oil China has added to its reserves since mid-August: 35 million bbls.
  • By mid-2015: China will have room for another 50 million bbls.
China has bought a 25.3 million metric tons, on average, each month in the first 10 months of 2014, a record.

What is not being said is where the oil is being stored. In addition to conventional locations, there have been articles suggesting that China is storing oil off-shore in tankers. It is noteworthy that "largest class tankers" were referenced. Old, smaller ocean-going tankers are often sold for scrap or scuttled; my hunch is that a lot of these tankers will get new life as storage tankers off-Chinese shores.

For comparison: The US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) is an emergency fuel storage of oil maintained by the United States Department of Energy. It is the largest emergency supply in the world with the capacity to hold up to 727 million barrels (115,600,000 m3). -- Wiki

Currently the SPR holds 691 million bbls (a dynamic link).

Reminder: to go green, China needs to build 1,000 nuclear reactors; the Chinese gave their handshake to POTUS on that one (LOL); something tells me China is going to be importing a lot of oil before they get their thousandth nuclear reactor up and running.

And as long as Saudi is willing to give their only resource away, China is willing to buy it with all their American dollars. What we are seeing is a transfer of oil under the desert sand into Chinese tankers. It will be interesting to see how long Saudi likes this arrangement.

Just For The Fun Of It -- November 22, 2014

A reader has figured out how to time the Google satellite views of the Bakken; pretty clever.

As an example:

Go to Google maps and "cut and paste" these coordinates:  48.1123617,-103.3983747.

The reader says:
You are now at the border Stockyard Creek (North) and Long Creek/Crazy Man Creek. At right Insign Drilling Rig 88, Simmental well pad, then the Gust well pad, the Nelson well pad, then the Angus well with the Nabors 92 rig. 
To your left some spread-out well pads (not so nice) from Continental (CLR).
And more:
The Angus well pad. The rig must be at this well:

From that you can determine the date: September 13 - September 22, 2014.

Both the Gust and Nelson well pads has been transformed from single well pads to multi-well pads (3 wells/pad).
At the Google map you can also see the two Nelson wells waiting for fracking and Continental Resources' new mega pumps as well as the good old ones.
Truly amazing what folks are doing, connecting NDIC data with Google satellite photos.

Now, if only I had an interest in writing "application" software.


After going through all of that, it turns out there is a much easier way. See first comment below: Google Earth provides date of imagery. And, even better, one can use Google Earth to look at past imagery in the database, which is also dated. 

CLR's Better Wells In The Brooklyn Oil Field -- November 22, 2014

Regular readers will note this is not the typical Brooklyn oil field well.
  • 23020, 922, CLR, Sacramento 2-10H, 30 stages; 3.5 million lbs sand and ceramic, t1/14; cum 103K 9/14;
It was tested earlier this year, and in less than a year, this well has produced in excess of 100,000 bbls of crude oil. This is a huge well for the Brooklyn oil field. It's one of the older permits, but it wasn't drilled until this year. I assumed it was using new completion techniques CLR recently spoke about but the number of stages and amount of proppant is not particularly remarkable.
  • Spud rig: July 28, 2013
  • Drilling rig: September 28 - October 14, 2014 (about 16 days)
  • Max background gas: about 1,150 units
  • Almost 80% of the lateral well bore was in the Middle Bakken
The Brooklyn oil field is tracked here; it has been updated.

OOPS, We're Doing It Again: ANOTHER ND Refinery AND POTUS Pushes For Changes In ObamaCare AND Back To LBJ's "Vietnam-Style" Body Counts -- November 21, 2014

Developers of a nearly completed diesel refinery near Dickinson are eyeing the Minot area as the potential site for a similar plant.
the second refinery would process about 20,000 barrels of Bakken crude oil per day, the same capacity as the Dakota Prairie Refining LLC facility near Dickinson.
“Minot’s a little different situation, but the demand for diesel up there is even stronger than it is [in the Dickinson area].

Another Inconvenient Truth Mr Obama Never Acknowledged

Link here. From 2008 - 2014, under Mr Obama's entire tenure (all numbers rounded) --
  • Jobs created in the US, not counting Texas: a NEGATIVE 350,000 jobs
  • Jobs created in Texas: a POSITIVE 1,400,000 jobs
California, Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Louisiana, and North Carolina best positioned for influx of immigrants. The rest of the country? Er, not so promising.
POTUS Looking For Three Changes In The Law -- Who Benefits?

CNBC is reporting:
The Obama administration late Friday called for numerous significant changes to rules controlling the Obamacare health care program, including ones that would shorten open-enrollment seasons, increase transparency of insurance plans and prices, and push current customers toward lower-cost plans.
Let's look at each:
  • shorten open-enrollment seasons: benefits insurance companies; the shorter the better (for any number of reasons)
  • increase transparency of insurance plans and prices: benefits larger insurers at expense of smaller insurers (again, for at least two reasons); may benefit consumers, but unlikely since it's all gobbly-gook for most
  • push current customers toward lower-cost plans: counter-intuitive, that's why it's so "nice"; benefits the insurance companies; lower-cost insurance plans will have higher deductibles

Body Counts


November 18, 2015: from The Fiscal Times --
Our military is being interfered with and directed by President Obama and a national security team that one retired general has described as “pathetically weak.” It includes Susan Rice, former human rights activist focused on Africa, and Valerie Jarrett, lawyer and former real estate developer. The Obama White House is remarkably devoid of ex-soldiers; that’s not an accident. The president’s contentious relationship with the military is well known.

The New York Times recently detailed efforts to disrupt Highway 47, ISIS’s critical supply route between Syria and Iraq’s Mosul. The U.S. has apparently been loath to bomb that essential artery for fear of civilian casualties. There have been 250,000 people killed in Syria. The U.S. is worried about truck drivers who may be willing to work for ISIS.
Yesterday the U.S. launched airstrikes on hundreds of trucks conveying oil to market, destroying 116. But we made certain no civilians were hurt by dropping leaflets an hour before the strikes, alerting ISIS to the imminent bombings. Was ever a campaign so absurdly restrained?
Earlier this year, that caution ignited controversy, when an Air Force official told legislators that in the bombing effort in Syria and Iraq, “There’s a target of zero civilian casualties….”
He explained further that even if there was only one civilian at risk, his pilots would withdraw, no matter how important the target. The upshot of that policy is that 75 percent of our combat missions return to base without dropping a single weapon. 
Original Post
Reuters is reporting:
Air strikes by U.S.-led forces in Syria have killed 910 people, including 52 civilians, since the start of the campaign against Islamic State and other fighters two months ago, a group monitoring the conflict said on Saturday.
The majority of the deaths, 785, were Islamic State fighters according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Islamic State, a hard-line offshoot of al Qaeda, has seized land in Syria and neighboring Iraq, where it has also been targeted by U.S.-led strikes since July.
Three comments:
  • back to LBJ's Vietnam body counts
  • it's wonderful that George Bush is not doing this
  • another Reuters story pushing the Nobel-Peace-Prize POTUS off center-stage to make room for Hillary
Similarly, the story that POTUS is expanding the war in Afghanistan will help move the Nobel-Peace-Prize POTUS off center-stage to make room for Hillary. This allows Pocahontas and Hillary to say they will bring the troops home. Interestingly, the story was reported by The New York Times. The New York Times calls it a "shift" (their word, not mine); John Kerry, had he done this, would have been accused of flip-flopping. LOL.

NDIC Hearing Dockets, December, 2014

This is my own shorthand; there may be errors. If this is important to you go to the source. Link here.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

22461, cont'd
23364, American Eagle, Skjermo-Bakken, amend, establish a laydown 1600-acre unit; 8 wells; alter stratigraphic equivalent; Divide
23365, American Eagle, Flat Lake East-Bakken, amend, establish a laydown 2100-acre unit; 8 wells; alter stratigraphic equivalent, Divide
23366, MRO, Reunion Bay and/or Big Bend-Bakken establish two overlapping 2560-acre units; 1 well; Mountrail
23367, MRO, Deep Water Creek Bay-Bakken, establish two overlapping 2560-acre units; 1 well; McLean County
23242, cont'd
23368, KOG, Poe-Bakken; exception to rule for a single well, McKenzie
23369, Whiting, Sanish-Bakken, 3 wells on each of 22 overlapping 2560-acre units; Mountrail, McKenzie
23370, OXY USA, Little Knife and/or Cabernet-Bakken, establish 3 overlapping 2560-acre units; 1+ wells; Dunn
23371, OXY USA, Crooked Creek, Fayette and/or Cabernet-Bakken, establish 2 overlapping 2560-acre units; 1+ wells; Dunn
23372, OXY USA, Fayette, Murphy Creek and/or Manning-Bakken; establish 5 overlapping 2560 pacres units; 1+ wells; Dunn
23373, Murex, Alkabo and/or Daneville-Bakken, estalish a 1280-acre unit; 8 wells; Divide
23235, cont'd
23374, Oasis, Lake Trenton-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 1+ wells, Williams
23375, Hess, Rainbow-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 1+ wells; Williams
14935, cont'd
22803, cont'd
22376, Renewable Resources, treating plant, Dunn
2377, Wind River Trucking, SWD, McKenzie
23378, American Eagle, pooling
23379, American Eagle, pooling
23380, American Eagle, pooling
23381, American Eagle, pooling
23382, American Eagle, pooling
23383, American Eagle, pooling
23384, Murex, pooling
23385, Petro-Hunt, pooling
23386, Oasis, pooling
23387, KOG, Tyrone-Bakken, 12 wells on each of 4 1280-acre units; Williams
23388, KOG, East Fork-Bakken; 12 wells on each of 7 1280-acre units; Williams
23389, KOG, Epping-Bakken, 12 wells on each of 2 1280-acre units; Williams
23390: KOG, Poe-Bakken, 10 wells on each of 6 1280-acre units; McKenzie
23391, SM Energy, Indian Hill, Hardscrabble and/or Elk-Bakken, 11 wells on 3 1280-acre units; McKenzie, Williams
23126, cont'd
23127, cont'd
23392, HRC, pooling
23393, HRC, pooling
23394, HRC, pooling
23395, HRC, pooling
23396, HRC, pooling
23397, HRC, pooling
23398, HRC, pooling
23399, HRC, pooling
23400, HRC, pooling
23401, HRC, pooling
23402, HRC, pooling
23403, HRC, pooling
23404, HRC, pooling
23405, HRC, pooling
23406, HRC, pooling
23407, HRC, pooling
23408, HRC, pooling
23408, HRC, pooling
23409, HRC, pooling
23410, HRC, pooling
23411, HRC, pooling
23412, HRC, pooling
23413, BR, pooling
23414, BR, Elidah-Bakken, 8 wells on a 1280-acre unit; 7 wells on a 1280-acre unit; McKenzie
23415, BR, pooling
23416, BR, pooling
23417, BR, Bailey-Bakken, 7 wells on a 1280-acre unit; Dunn
23418, BR, Killdeer-Bakken, 7 wells on a 1280-acre unit, Dunn
23419, MRO, pooling
23250, cont'd
23420, BTA, Beaver Creek-Bakken, 5 wells on a 1280-acre unit; Golden Valley

Thursday, December 18, 2014

22996, cont'd
22837, cont'd
21997, cont'd
22998, cont'd
22646, cont'd
23001, cont'd
23422, Crescent Point, Dublin-Bakken, proper spacing, Williams
23423, Crescent Point, Ellisville-Bakken, proper spacing, Williams
23424, CLR, Brooklyn-Bakken, establish a 5120-acre unit; 2 wells; Williams
23425, CLR, Burg-Bakken, estalish a 1920-acre unit, 1 well, Williams
23426, CLR, North Tioga-Bakken, establish an overlapping 1920-acre unit, 7 wells, Burke
23168, cont'd
20926, cont'd
20927, cont'd
20928, cont'd
20929, cont'd
22553, cont'd
23427, Enduro, Rider-Madison, establish a 320-acre unit, 1 well, Golden Valley
23428, WPX, Squaw Creek-Bakken, 5 wells on an existing 640-acre unit, McKenzie
23429, Triangle, Antelope Creek-Bakken, establish 2 overlapping 2560-acre units; multiple wells, Mckenzie
23430, Triangle, Pronghorn-Bakken, establish 3 overlapping 2560-acre units; multiple wells, McKenzie
23431, EOG, Parshall-Bakken, establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit; multiple wells, Mountrail
23432, XTO, Charlson-Bakken, establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit, multiple wells, McKenzie
23433, XTO, McGregor-Bakken, establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit; 2 overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells on each; Williams
23434, XTO, Elidah-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit, 2 wells, McKenzie
23435, XTO, Arnegard-Bakken, establish 6 overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells, McKenzie
23436, XTO, Midway-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 2 wells, Williams
23437, XTO, Haystack Butte-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 2 wells, McKenzie
23438, XTO, Pembroke-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit, 2 wells, McKenzie
23439, XTO, North Fork-Bakken, establish 8 overlapping 2560-acre units, 2 wells each, McKenzie
23440, XTO, Siverston-Bakken, establish 9 overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells each, McKenzie
23441, XTO, Garden-Bakken, establish 2 overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells, McKenzie
23442, XTO, create a 1280-acre unit, 1/2-150-98, a vertical well; McKenzie
23273, cont'd
23274, cont'd
23443, Zavanna, flaring, Stockyard Creek-Bakken, Williams
23444, Zavanna, flaring, Williston-Bakken, Williams
23445, Zavanna, Crazy Man Creek-Bakken, Williams
23446, Corinthian Exploration, Northeast Landa-Spearfish/Madison, establish 4 160-acre units 4 wells each; Bottineau
23277, cont'd
23013, cont'd
23173, cont'd
22090, cont'd
23447, Enerplus Resources, risk penalty legalese, McKenzie
23448, Enerplus Resources, risk penalty legalese, McKenzie
23449, Enerplus Resources, risk penalty legalese, McKenzie
23450, Enerplus Resources, risk penalty legalese, McKenzie
23451, CLR, pooling
23452, CLR, pooling
23453, CLR, pooling
23454, CLR, Camp-Bakken, 28 wells on an existing 2560-acre unit, McKenzie, Williams
23455, CLR, Oakdale-Bakken, 8 wells on an existing 1280-acre unit, Dunn
23456, CLR, commingling, Williams
23457, CLR, commingling, Mountrail
23458, CLR, commingling, McKenzie
23459, CLR, commingling, Dunn
23460, CLR, commingling, Williams
23461, Triangle, Sandrocks-Bakken, 12 wells on an existing 1280-acre unit, McKenzie
23462, Triangle, Pronghorn-Bakken, 12 wells on each of 6 1280-acre units, McKenzie
23463, Slawson, Big Bend-Bakken, 13 wells on an existin g1280-acre unit, Mountrail
23464, Fidelity, commingling, Stark
23346, cont'd
23465, XTO, pooling
23466, XTO, flaring, Tioga-Bakken, Williams
23467, XTO, flaring, Midway-Bakken, Williams
23468, XTO, flaring, Squaw Creek-Bakken, McKenzie
23469, XTO, commingling, McKenzie
23470, XTO, commingling, McKenzie
23471, XTO, commingling, McKenzie
23472, XTO, commingling, Williams
23473, XTO, risk penalty legalese
23474, XTO, risk penalty legalese
23475, XTO, risk penalty legalese
23289, cont'd
23290, cont'd
23291, cont'd, 12 wells on a 640-acre unit, Bear Creek-Bakken, Dunn
23476, WPX, pooling
23477, Liberty Resources, pooling
23478, Liberty Resources, pooling
23479, Liberty Resources, pooling,
23480, Liberty Resources, pooling,
23481, Liberty Resources, pooling,
23482, Liberty Resources, pooling,
23483, Liberty Resources, pooling,
23484, Newfield, pooling,
23485, Newfield, pooling, 
 23486, Newfield, pooling,
23487, Newfield, pooling,
23488, Sinclair, pooling,
23489, Sinclair, pooling,
23490, Statoil, pooling,
23491, Statoil, pooling,
23492, Statoil, pooling,
23493, Statoil, pooling,
23494, Statoil, pooing,
23495, Statoil, pooling,
23496, Statoil, pooling,
23497, Statoil, pooling,
23498, Statoil, pooling,
23499, Statoil, pooling,
23500, Statoil, pooling,
23501, Statoil, pooling,
23502, Statoil, pooling,
23503, Statoil, pooling
23504, Statoil, pooling,
23505, Statoil, pooling,
23506, Statoil, pooling,
23507, Corinthian Exploration, commingling, Bottineau
23508, Legacy, commingling of 39 23lls; Bottineau
23509, Hunt, commingling, Dunn
23510, Hunt, commingling, Mountrail
23511, Hunt, flaring, Alexandria-Bakken, Divide
23512, Hunt, SWD, Williams
23513, Hunt, SWD, Divide
23348, cont'd
23349, cont'd
23350, cont'd
23351, cont'd
23352, cont'd
23353, cont'd
23202, cont'd
23012, cont'd