- 17147, 2,101, XTO, Boucher 41X-21, Hofflund, t4/09; F; cum 690K 7/15;
Open hole frack with 900,000 lbs of sand in six stages.
Sometimes paperwork fails to catch up with what is happening in the field; in this case I do not see any evidence this well is on a pump.
Wow, this article has some interesting data points. This one caught my eye. Despite a gazillion dollars in stimulus and eight years into the recovery, 36 states -- thirty-six states -- have higher unemployment now than they did prior to the onset of the great recession. Thirty-six states. For most of us, there are only 50 states (for the president, there are 57 states.)
Sinclair says that 36 states still have higher unemployment rates than they did before the Great Recession began in December 2007. And 14 have rates much higher than the 5 percent that the Fed says is consistent with a healthy economy, including Alabama, Arizona, California and North Carolina.Another lost decade.
The writers were quick to point out that despite the bust in the Bakken boom, North Dakota's unemployment rate dropped to 2.9%, down from 3.0% in the previous month.
The article noted:
Still, North Dakota, which has benefited from a boom in oil and gas drilling, is one of three states to lose jobs in the past year. The other two are West Virginia and Alaska.By the way, West Virginia is reeling due to the war on coal and won't recover in my lifetime, but the state will still continue to vote for Obama environmentalists.
North Dakota has the second lowest unemployment rate -- not the lowest -- and is second to that industrial state of the midcontinent, Nebraska, even though Nebraska's unemployment rate rose from 2.7% to 2.8%.