Monday, March 9, 2015

So, What's Going On In The Sanish? CLR's Burr Federal Wells -- March 9, 2015

Updates

November 21, 2018: graphic updates of the three 8-well Burr Federal pads:



July 30, 2018: as expected, CLR did frack the Burr Federal wells; production data has been updated below.

November 28, 2017: some older CLR Burr Federal wells are being shut in suggesting CLR is getting ready to frack some of the Burr Federal wells that have not yet been fracked. See production updates and status of wells below.


August 30, 2017: production updates as of 6/17;

March 15, 2017: drilling as we speak --




December 6, 2016:



October 8, 2016: minor correction on the NDIC map. The two CLR wells, #32126 and #32129, were annotated in the wrong location initially (see diagram at March 27, 2016, entry, below). The NDIC has correct that, and moved the locations to proper position in the NWSW quadrant of the section as seen in this screenshot taken on the date noted:




August 5, 2016: IPs and production data has been updated.

March 27, 2016: this is what section 25-153-93 looks like now (look at all the new locations and all the wells that have been drilled since the last time we looked:



There are 34 wells sited in this section, though the 34 wells are not all drilling the same drilling unit.


Original Post
 
In the process of looking up something else, I ran into this striking little graphic, section 25-153-93:

Yes, you counted correctly: 17 well locations on one pad (or two very close, neighboring, pads). And, note the rig. These are sited in the Sanish, Whiting's field, but will run into Elm Tree oil field.

Zooming out:


I count 26 wells sited in this section, although not all of them are in the drilling unit shown.

These wells are located in the Sanish oil field, in Mountrail County, just across the river from the sweet spot in McKenzie County. These seventeen wells will run west into sections 26/27/34/35-153-93 -- a 2560-acre spacing unit, almost (if not all) completely under the river.

The 8-well pad to the west of the two large pads:
  • 30492, 506, CLR, Burr Federal 9-26H1, Three Forks first bench, 4 sections, apparently "A"  as of 11/15; 4 days of production; off-line for first six months, except for 4 days; finally started producing 3/16; huge well, 30 stages, 5.9 million lbs; t3/16; cum 407K 3/20; shut in as of 9/17; back on line 3/18; huge jump in production; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30493, 812, CLR, Burr Federal 10-26H, 4 sections, minimal production 11/15; t12/15; cum 304K 3/20; shut in as of 9/17; back on line 3/18; huge jump in production 4/18; back on line 9/19;
    offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30494, 629, CLR, Burr Federal 21-26H2, see notes for #30492; t3/16; cum 220K 3/20; shut in as of 9/17; back on line 3/18; minimal jump in production; offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30495, 629, CLR, Burr Federal 11-26H, t1/16; cum 263K 3/20; minimal jump in production after coming back on line; offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30496, 678, CLR, Burr Federal 12-26H1, Sanish, 4 sections, t4/16; cum 128K 3/20;  shut in as of 9/17; back on line as of 3/18; not much change in production after coming back on line; offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19, except for one day of production 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30497, 661, CLR, Burr Federal 13-26H, Sanish, 4 sections; t1/16; cum 207K 3/20;  shut in as of 9/17; back on line as of 3/18; minimal change in production after coming back on line;
    offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30498, 966, CLR, Burr Federal 22-26H2, Sanish, 4 sections, t3/16; cum 171K 3/20; shut in as of 9/17; back on line as of 3/18; small jump in production after coming back on line; offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30503, 759, CLR, Burr Federal 14-26H, Sanish, 4 sections, t12/15; cum 303K 3/20; shut in as of 9/17; back on line as of 3/18; huge jump in production after coming back on line; offline much of 2018; slowly coming back on line in early 2019; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
The 9-well pad to the east of the two large pads:
  • 30522, 804, CLR, Burr Federal 15-26H1, Sanish, t6/18; cum 244K 3/20; remains off line 8/19; back on line 9/19;
  • 30523, 1,332, CLR, Burr Federal 16-26H, Sanish, t6/18; cum 205K 7/19; came back on line 8/19;
  • 30524, 884, CLR, Burr Federal 23-26H2, Sanish, fracked 10/23/17 - 10/23/17 -- problem? only one day frack; 7.8 million gallons of water; 88% water; t5/18; cum 32K over 47 days; apparently no problem with the frack; Three Forks 2; 63 stages; 8.1 million lbs; t5/18; cum 154K 5/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30525, 1,482, CLR, Burr Federal 17-26H, Sanish, a very nice well, 71K in 2 months; middle Bakken, 64 stages; 15.3 million lbs; t5/18; cum 209K 5/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30526, 1,016, CLR, Burr Federal 18-26H1, Three Forks 1, 63 stages; 15 million lbs, t6/18; cum 198K 5/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30527, 1,457, CLR, Burr Federal 19-26H, middle Bakken; 64 stages; 15.2 million lbs; 41K first full month; t4/18; cum 290K 5/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30528, 935, CLR, Burr Federal 24-26H2, Three Forks 2, 63 stages; 8.1 million lbs; t3/18; cum 221K 7/19;
  • 30529, 1,485, CLR, Burr Federal 20-26H, 2560-acre spacing, 26/27/34/35-153-93, middle Bakken, 62 stages; 14.9 million lbs; t5/18; cum 198K 5/19; off line as of 5/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 30530, PNC -->PNS --> LOC, CLR, Burr Federal 25-26H1
The 8-well pad to the north of the two large pads noted above:
  • 32125, 1,276, CLR, Burr Federal 1-26H1, Sanish, t7/18; cum 238K 3/20; offline as of 6/19; remains off line 8/19; back on line as of 9/19;
  • 32126, 1,434, CLR, Burr Federal 2-26H, Sanish, t7/18; cum 315K 7/19;
  • 32127, 768, CLR, Burr Federal 6-26H2, Sanish, t7/18; cum 140K 7/19; off line as of 6/19; still offline 8/19
  • 32128, 1,593, CLR, Burr Federal 3-26H, Sanish, t6/18; cum 162K 7/19;
  • 32129, 832, CLR, Burr Federal 7-26H1, Sanish, t8/18; cum 155K 7/19;
  • 32130, 895, CLR, Burr Federal 4-26H, Sanish, t6/18; cum 256K 7/19;
  • 32131, 926, CLR, Burr Federal 8-26H2, Sanish, t8/18; cum 26K 5/19; was offline for several months; back on line 3/19; off line as of 6/19; remains off line 8/19;
  • 32132, 1,434, CLR, Burr Federal 5-26H, Sanish, t7/18; cum 214K 7/19;
What about the other wells in that drilling unit and sited in section 25-153-93:
  • 17240, 1,680, Whiting, Roggenbuck 11-25H, t10/08, cum 3317K 3/20; bump in production in 4/12 after being off-line for several months;
  • 30570, 994, Whiting, Roggenbuck 11-25-2H, t7/15; cum 187K 5/19;
  • 30571, 785, Whiting, Roggenbuck 11-25-2TFH, t9/15; cum 135K 7/19;
  • 20586, 337, Whiting, Roggenbuck 11-25TFH, t10/11; cum 151K 7/19;
  • 30572, 1,269, Whiting, Roggenbuck 11-25-3H, t6/15; cum 212K 7/19;
  • 24573, 896, Whiting, Roggenbuck 21-25TFH, t4/13; cum 154K 3/20; coming off line, 3/20;
  • 24572, 1,739, Whiting, Roggenbuck 21-25H, t4/13; cum 181K 7/19;
  • 19271, 1,820, Whiting, Roggenbuck 24-25H, t1/11; cum 238K 3/20;
  • 17939, 1,878, Whiting, Roggenbuck 14-25H, t12/10; cum 398K 3/20; bump in production in 7/14 after being off-line for about a month;
  • 30795, loc, Whiting, Bartelson 34-30H, last checked 6/17; checked 5/19;
  • 30796, PNC, Whiting, Bartelson 34-30-2TFH, last checked 6/17; checked again, 5/19;
  • 26051, 1,390, Whiting, Bartelson 34-30TFH, t1/14; cum 189K 7/19;
  • 19068, 2,271, Whiting, Bartelson 44-30H, 29 stages; 3.2 million lbs; t12/10; cum 326K 3/20; huge bump for one month, January, 2014; had been running about 2,400 bbls/month during latter half of 2013; then in January, 2014, 8,739 bbls over 18 days but then down to 1,693 bbls over 19 days in February, 2014; after that, back to 3,000 bbls/month; the huge bump; immediate decline suggest some type of anomaly?

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