Later, 2:05 p.m. CT: about an hour after posting the original post below, I noted that Zacks had a piece on Enerplus. Note: this is not an investment site. Do not make any investment or financial decisions based on anything you read or think you might have possibly read at this site. ERF is one of the few Bakken operators paying a dividend; it currently pays 5%.
What caught my eye today regarding this well -- after all this time, it's still flowing without a pump. Yes, it's possible a pump has been placed but the paperwork has not been filed with the NDIC. But for now, the NDIC shows this well is not on a pump.
Not that in October, the company placed temporary NGL units on the pad to reduce flaring.
- 26737, 3,374, Enerplus, Ribbon 152-94-18B-19H, Sanish, again, much of the paperwork says "Bakken," and the target was clearly the middle Bakken (middle Bakken "C") but the scout ticket says the Sanish pool; 42 days (316 hours) of drilling; 42 stages; 10.0 million lbs sand; t4/14; cum 377K 4/15;
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