Thursday, February 5, 2015

Random Look At Statoil Cvancara Well That Was Re-Fracked Two Years Later; No Production In Between Fracks -- February 5, 2015


February 26, 2016: this well is back on-line; update here is quite extensive
Original Post
This is somewhat interesting. This Statoil Cvancara well is on a five-well pad. It is currently listed as IA at the NDIC website, but my hunch is that it is back on line and will be back on active status within the next month or so. Note the production profile for this well:

21957, 1,779, Statoil, Cvancara 20-17 4TFH, t7/14; cum 17K 12/14;

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

This well was originally fracked 8/31/12: 5 stages; 534,092 lbs of proppant (sand + ceramic); obviously something went wrong with the frack or they were simply seeing what 5 stages would do (I doubt it) -- at the time of the application, they were planning on 33 swell packers to complete the well.

They came back and re-fracked on 6/11/2014: 35 stages; 3.3 million lbs proppants
(again, sand + ceramic).

Even though it was re-fracked in July, 2014, the well did not reach significant production until several months later, December, 2014. There may have been operational reasons -- there are four other wells on that pad and another multi-well pad in the immediate area.

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