Sunday, December 14, 2014

16/22 Wells Coming Off Confidential List Over The Weekend, Monday Go To DRL Status -- December 14, 2014; OXY USA Has A Nice Well; Petro-Hunt With A Big Well

Wells coming off the confidential list over the weekend, Monday:

Monday, December 15, 2014
  • 26064, drl, XTO, Arley 21X-18E, Grinnell, no production data,
  • 27955, drl, CLR, Scottsdale 2-31H, Indian Hill, no production data,
  • 27974, drl, Hess, EN-Trinity-154-93-2833H-9, Robinson Lake, no production data,
  • 28282, drl, Hess, BW-Hedstrom-149-100-1201H-2, Ellsworth, producing,
  • 28312, drl, XTO, Hoffmann 14X-12A, Siverston, no production data,
  • 28368, drl, BR, CCU Pullman 7-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, no production data,
Sunday, December 14, 2014
  • 25082, drl, Statoil, Field Trust 7-6 6H, Todd, no production data,
  • 26065, drl, XTO, Arley 21X-18A, Grinnell, no production data,
  • 27306, 1,523, BR, Lillibridge 21-27TFH, Johnson Corner, t10/14; cum 9K 10/14;
  • 27952, drl, CLR, Cincinnati 3-30H, Indian Hill, no production data,
  • 28367, drl, BR, CCU Pullman 7-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, no production data,
  • 28440, conf, Liberty Resources, Gohrick 158-95-17-8-5TFH, McGregor, no production data,
  • 28572, 322, American Eagle, Massive State 3-1N-163-102, Skjermo, t9/14; cum 17K 10/14;
Saturday, December 13, 2014
  • 27239, drl, Slawson, Neptang 6-22-15TFH, Van Hook, no production data,
  • 27524, 607, OXY USA, Martin 5-20-31H-144-96, Cabernet, t6/14; cum 56K 10/14;
  • 27547, 1,073, Hess, LK-Summerfield-147-96-15H-5, Bear Creek, one section, t11/14; cum --
  • 27608, drl, BR, Bullrush 44-10MBH, Elidah, no production data,
  • 27699, 2,232, BR, Haymaker 31-15MBH-A, Elidah, t10/14; cum 14K 10/14;
  • 28313, drl, XTO, Hoffmann 14X-12A, Siverston, no production data,
  • 28366, drl, BR, CCU Pullman 8-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, no production data,
  • 28569, drl, Gadeco, Alexander 26-35 5TFH, Epping, no production data,
  • 28573, 1,396, Petro-Hunt, Doleazal 145-97-7D-6-3H, Little Knife, t9/14; cum 47K 10/14;

27524, see above, OXY USA, Martin 5-20-31H-144-96, Cabernet:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

28573, see above, Petro-Hunt, Doleazal 145-97-7D-6-3H, Little Knife:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

28282, see above, Hess, BW-Hedstrom-149-100-1201H-2, Ellsworth:
NDIC File No: 28282    
Well Type: OG     Well Status: DRL     Status Date: 6/15/2014  
Location: SESE 12-149-100       Latitude: 47.733956     Longitude: -103.415345
Current Well Name: BW-HEDSTROM- 149-100-1201H-2
Spud Date(s):  6/15/2014
Completion Data
   Pool: BAKKEN     Status: DRL     Date: 6/15/2014
Cumulative Production Data
   Pool: BAKKEN     Cum Oil: 7040     Cum MCF Gas: 6907     Cum Water: 5058
Monthly Production Data
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare


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Biding Time Until The New Bakken Week Begins -- Nothing About The Bakken -- December 14, 2014

A huge "thank you" to my readers. I'm #1 at "Google Search" today for:

 china storing oil in supertankers

The other day I was knocked to #2 by a Reuters story using that search with five words. But today, I'm back to #1. LOL.

What a hoot. It doesn't mean a thing, but it really it is what it is.

A Note for the Granddaughters

Without question my favorite two (or is it, my "two favorite") periodicals are the Wall Street Journal (a daily) and The New Yorker (a weekly). Word for word, The New Yorker might be the best dollar value out there. Wow, their articles are long; they go on forever and ever. But there is some irony there: if you like the subject or the article, the article seems too short; if you start reading an article, and find you don't like it, they are way too long. And for obsessive-compulsive folks it's almost impossible to stop reading an article one has started. That's why I'm also careful which books I start reading. Once I start reading a book, I feel a moral obligation to complete, and with a thick novel one could lose precious hours, days, and weeks.

That reminds me of a great line/insight in The Great Gatsby: "Anyhow, he gives large parties. I like large parties. They are so intimate. At small parties there isn't any intimacy." [Another great phrase, "I was within and without...."]

Virginia Woolf's definition of an author is "one who collects phrases."

Our older granddaughter's first love is science, particularly marine biology; her fund of knowledge is incredible, but I don't see her as a writer. I could be surprised. On the other hand, I don't know yet what our younger granddaughter is particularly interested in (except winning arguments) but I do see see her as a writer.

For quite some time I've collected "words" to share with the older granddaughter: their spelling, their meanings, the etymologies. We keep them in a small notebook and page through them while driving when we run out of other things to do. Today, it dawned on me, while reading the Wall Street Journal, it would be interesting to start collecting phrases for the younger granddaughter. These caught my interest, from one movie review: "moderately morose mood"; "swallowed by the shadows"; and "captured the collective imagination."

The phrases came, from all things, a review of the 1944 movie, Gaslight, in this weekend's edition of the Wall Street Journal. It's hard to believe: Angela Lansbury made her film debut in that move. Both she and Ingrid Bergman were nominated for Oscars for their work in that move; Ingrid won one. Of the major cast and crew members from that movie, only Ms Lansbury is still alive.

I most recently watched Gaslight about a week ago, watching it three times over a number of days, making this the umpteenth time I have watched this move. My wife watched a little bit of it with me; today at breakfast she tells me she hated that movie; she remembers it from her college days, when it was an "oldie" even then. Ha. But of all things, it was the subject of a long essay/review in this weekend's Wall Street Journal.

Musical Interlude

A year ago, maybe two years ago, I forget, I stumbled upon this group over on YouTube; I forget how I came across Pentatonix; it's possible someone sent me the link. Or maybe it was a dream.


Of all things, this group was featured on the front page of section D, The Wall Street Journal, this past week, Friday, December 12, 2014.

Little Drummer Boy, Pentatonix