Friday, January 2, 2015

Week 53: December 28, 2014 -- January 3, 2015

Operations
It's a shoot-out -- everyone is producing at record levels or above quotas: OPEC, Russia, US
American Eagle to suspend drilling in the Bakken
Oil and gas permits for 2014 in North Dakota: 3,012 (hits 3,000+ first time ever)
RBN Energy update on the Bakken
Random update of two huge EOG Wayzetta wells

Blog
Plans to shut down the blog (did not happen)

Miscellaneous
Relative IRRs and relative costs to complete a Bakken well
Heat map for the Bakken

Friday, January 2, 2015 -- 171 Active Rigs In North Dakota; Fourteen (14) New Permits

Fourteen (14) new permits --
  • Operators: Statoil (7),  SM Energy (4), XTO (3), 
  • Fields: Stony Creek (Williams), East Fork (Williams), Ambrose (Divide), Hofflund (Williams)
  • Comments: all seven Statoil permits are on SWSW 32-156-100
Wells coming off confidential list the last two days were posted earlier; see sidebar at the right.

Three Oasis locations were resurveyed, all in McKenzie County.

Oasis changed the name of three wells suggesting a new target; one TF2 well is now a middle Bakken well. Same with CLR, changing the name of one well from a TF2 well to a middle Bakken well. However, CLR did change a middle Bakken well to a TF1 well, it appears. Both of the CLR permits were for wells in Dunn County.

Active rigs:


1/2/201501/02/201401/02/201301/02/201201/02/2011
Active Rigs171183183197156

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Russia Confirms Record Oil Production in 2014

This was reported earlier in a short blurb. Here's a much longer article confirming that Russia has hit a new post-Soviet oil production record. Reuters at Rigzone is reporting
Russia's 2014 oil output hit a post-Soviet record high average of 10.58 million barrels per day (bpd), rising by 0.7 percent helped by small non-state producers.
Oil and gas condensate production in December hit 10.67 million bpd, also a record high since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The data showed Russia's so-called small producers, mostly privately held, increased their output by 11 percent to just over 1 million barrels per day. 
Exports to China reached a new high of 452,000 bpd, up 43 percent on the year as Russia seeks to diversify its energy customers.
By the way, the conversion factor 22.6 million tonnes (452,000 bpd): 50. 
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A Note to the Granddaughters

Because of out-of-town guests May and I did not have time to visit any fine arts museum in southern California. Today, on the spur of the moment, we got on I-110 in San Pedro, drove 45 minutes north (through central Los Angeles) to near the end of the I-110, getting off at Orange Grove boulevard, to end up at the Norton Simon Museum.

I had forgotten how really great the museum is. An hour or so of viewing the art, then lunch, than another hour of viewing before finishing in the museum store.

My recommendations for first time visitors to the Los Angeles area who want to visit a fine arts museum:
  • J Paul Getty Center (great for young children who like to run)
  • Norton Simon (boring for young children who like to run)
  • J Paul Getty Villa (okay for children)
  • LA County Museum of Art
  • the Huntington Library in San Marino (near Pasadena) -- great garden
If you like cars, the Nethercutt Museum north of Los Angeles, and then the Petersen Automobile Museum in west Los Angeles. The Nethercutt is free but reservations ARE required. The Petersen is "getting better."

Shopping centers: Farmers Market, the Grove, and then the big shopping center in Costa Mesa.

Aquariums? The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro for a small regional aquarium. For a "major league" aquarium: the Long Beach Aquarium. Having been to both many, many times, I prefer the small Cabrillo Marine Aquarium.

From the Norton Simon:


It's A Shoot-Out -- January 2, 2015

Bloomberg is reporting:
Oil dropped to the lowest since May 2009 amid growing supply from Russia and Iraq and signs of manufacturing weakness in Europe and China.
Futures headed for a sixth weekly loss in New York and London. Oil output in Russia and Iraq surged to the highest level in decades in December, according to data from both countries' governments. Euro-area factory output expanded less than initially estimated in December. A manufacturing gauge in China, the world's second-largest oil consumer, fell to the weakest level in 18 months, government data showed yesterday.
Prices slumped 46 percent in New York in 2014, the steepest drop in six years and second-worst since trading began in 1983, as U.S. producers and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries ceded no ground in their battle for market share.
OPEC pumped above its quota for a seventh month in December even as U.S. output expanded to the highest in more than three decades.
"The Chinese and European PMI figures signal weaker demand, while there's ever-increasing supply. Nobody is cutting back on output and now the Russians are posting post-Soviet production highs."
Yup, it's a shoot-out. 

Just to re-cap:
  • OPEC pumped above its quota for a seventh month in December
  • Russia is producing at post-Soviet production highs
  • US producers expanded output to the highest level in more than three decades
Two cartels:
  • OPEC opening the spigots
  • the US embargoes own oil exports
Yup, it's a shoot-out.

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A Shoot-Out The Average Small Business Owner Lost

I wrote about this from the very beginning. US News is reporting just how expensive this "affordable" care is. It the link is broken; don't worry; I've written about numerous times on the blog. Basically, one is paying for catastrophic health care insurance for a very, very high premium (providing subsidies for others). Interestingly, but even those receiving subsidies need to meet the deductibles first; health care insurance companies will do very, very, very, well. (I assume they wrote the law.)

Diclaimer: this is not an investment site. This is all about the political side of ObamaCare, not investment opportunities. Do not make any investment, financial, or relationship decisions based on what you read at this blog.

Storage Tank Site Fire In McKenzie County, North Dakota? -- January 2, 2014

A pipeline operator that runs several lines across the U.S. and Canada, restarted its North Dakota system after a fire at a truck-loading facility, according to a company spokesman, the Globe and Mail reports.
The fire started yesterday at the facility that was leased to its unit, Tidal Energy Marketing, a spokesman for Calgary-based Enbridge, told the publication. Eight out of 12 crude storage tanks, with a capacity of 400 barrels each, caught fire at the site, according to a manager at the Emergency Management Services for McKenzie County, ND.
North Dakota is home to the Bakken shale formation that contributes more than 1 million barrels a day to U.S. oil production. North Dakota Pipeline Co., an Enbridge unit, operates a 826-mile system from Plentywood, MT to Clearbrook, MN.
The Dickinson Press is also reporting it:
More than 1,600 barrels of crude were ablaze just south of Williston, N.D., on Thursday after storage tanks caught fire while trucks were delivering oil, but no one was injured and officials said they intend to let the blaze die out.
Maybe it's cheaper to burn Bakken crude oil than pay for its shipping. LOL.

Curiouser and curiouser (small tanks, not on NDIC maps; no one knows who owns them -- well, obviously someone does):
It was not immediately clear who owns the storage tanks that caught fire. The tank battery does not appear on state regulators' maps.
The crude damaged by the blaze is a minute proportion of the more than 1 million barrels produced each day in North Dakota, the second-largest oil-producing state in the United States.
The blaze started when two trucks were delivering crude to the 12-tank battery on Thursday afternoon, officials said. Nearby residents reported hearing and feeling an explosion.
Each tank has a capacity of 210 barrels. All 12 of the tanks contained crude, Perez said, and eight of them caught fire.
Trucks must be grounded each time they deliver crude, and it was not clear if both of the trucks were properly grounded on Thursday to divert electrical discharge.
Disclaimer: I know nothing more about this fire than what is being reported above.  

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GE? No, Gee Whiz It Could Be a Tough Year

Disclaimer: this is not an investment site. The following helps me understand the Bakken and has nothing to do with investing.

Zacks is reporting:
Zacks Investment Research now holds a pessimistic view on industrial titan General Electric Company, as evident from its recent downgrade to Zacks Rank #4 (Sell) from Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). The gloomy outlook comes on the heels of the disappointing guidance given by the conglomerate as it expects a downslide in oil prices to hurt its performance in 2015. 
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But Maybe Not For Everyone -- LINN Surges

Barron's is reporting:
Yet another company has joined the litany of energy names that are slashing drilling budgets in response to the oil price skid.
Linn Energy said it cut its oil and natural-gas budget by 53% to $730 million for the new year with plans to focus on lower-risk projects and expansions in California, among other areas. Linn and its sister company LinnCo LLC also slashed their annual dividends to $1.25 a share from $2.90.
For a master-limited partnership to cut its dividend is a disaster. The high yields are what lure investors to the stocks. Yet Linn’s share price has rallied today, recovering from a sharp pre-market decline to rise almost 12% in recent trading to $11.37 a share with more than 5 million shares changing hands.
Earlier this week, American Eagle Energy said it suspended its drilling operations and likely won’t resume them until oil prices improve, yet another energy company has fallen victim to falling oil prices.
Last month, Chevron suspended plans to drill for oil in Arctic waters. ConocoPhillips and BP are among many companies to announce pared capital-spending plans, while EOG Resources has said it would shed many of its Canadian oil and gas fields to refocus on the U.S.
Linn’s share price has dropped more than 65% over the past  four months.
I've been looking for snippets suggesting where companies might go in lieu of the Bakken. This story provides one very small snipped. You know it's going to be a tough year when California is considered "low-risk."

By the way, Rigzone is reporting that Linn Energy will cut its 2015 CAPEX by 53%

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Rail Shipments Back On Track

Bakken.com is reporting on a story out of Minnesota:
Last year grain elevators, ethanol producers and others were frustrated by a shortage of rail cars and long delays in shipping their products. And analysts predicted the backups would stretch out for years.
But now, with a decline in oil prices, an anemic export market for grain, a snowless December and beefed up staff at railroads, rail service is back on track.
“I think the way it’s going, the railways may be out looking for business pretty soon,” said Jeff Spence, grain division manager, for Crystal Valley Co-op in Lake Crystal (Minnesota).

Top Oil And Gas Prognostications For 2015 -- RBN Energy

This is a must-read.

RBN Energy has a recap of their top ten forecasts made in 2014 and how those turned out.

The post then goes on to provide the 6 - 10 top prognostications for 2015. The top five prognostications will be posted tomorrow.

2015 Starts Off Where 2014 Ended -- More Money Being Spent Due To The Bakken -- January 2, 2014

The Dickinson Press:
Minnesota needs to spend $244 million to improve railroad crossing safety where oil trains cross the state, the Minnesota Department of Transportation reported on New Year’s Eve.
Transportation officials already are spending $2 million the 2014 Legislature appropriated to improve crossings at places where rails and roads are at the same level. But the new report recommends building overpasses or underpasses at 15 other locations, with costs that can top $40 million each.
The number of trains hauling Bakken crude oil through Minnesota, to the East and Gulf coasts, has increased as North Dakota has become the No. 2 oil producing state at more than 1 million barrels per day.
While no major oil train accidents have occurred in Minnesota, state officials have expressed concern that they could with more than 50 oil trains a week passing through the state, each usually with more than 100 cars. There have been explosive oil train accidents in other parts of the country, including one as close as eastern North Dakota.
The busiest Minnesota oil route runs near and north of Interstate 94. Up to 44 trains a week go along the BNSF Railway Co. line from Moorhead through the Twin Cities and south along the Mississippi River.
It should be noted that total rail traffic has been down the past few years due to a slow economy. If the Bakken slows down a bit this will give the Minnesota folks a chance to catch up on needed infrastructure. 

Disclaimer: this is not an investment site. Do not make any investment, financial, or relationship decisions based on what you read here. Just because this is what is needed, doesn't necessarily mean it will happen. I assume the state will figure out a way to shift these costs to WB, who in turn will shift the costs to Amtrak.

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Notes From All Over

The AP over at Yahoo!Finance is reporting:  
China's Three Gorges dam has broken the world record for annual hydroelectric power production, more than a decade after it became the world's largest power plant.
The Yangtze river power station generated 98.8 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity in 2014, topping the 2013 production from the Brazilian-Paraguayan Itaipu dam.
Don noted two things: a) the size of this dam makes wind farms look trivial; and, b) the Chinese were able to compile this data and report it the first day of the year whereas our own DC folks would take six months to report it, seasonally adjust it, and revise it monthly until they got the numbers they wanted.
The Three Gorges dam is the world's largest power plant by installed capacity with 22,500 megawatts, a third more than Itaipu, on the Parana river.

New Wells Reporting 1Q15 -- The Williston Basin, North Dakota, US

Data for this quarter will start to be reported Thursday, January 1, 2015.
Data for 4Q14: 4Q14
Data for 3Q14: 3Q14
Data for 2Q14: 2Q14
Data for 1Q14: 1Q14
Data for 4Q13: 4Q13
Data for 3Q13: 3Q13
Data for 2Q13: 2Q13
Data for 1Q13: 1Q13
Data for 4Q12: 4Q12
Data for 3Q12: 3Q12
Data for 2Q12: 2Q12
  Data for 1Q12: 1Q12   
Data for 4Q11: 4Q11 
Data for 3Q11: 3Q11 
Data for 2Q11: 2Q11 
 Data for 1Q11: 1Q11  
 Data for 2H10: 2H10 
Through 1H10: 1H10

As of April 11, 2016: there were 27 DUCs on the list below.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015: none

Monday, March 30, 2015: 256 for the month; 675 for the quarter
27763, 1,569, Oasis, White 5198 12-6 4T2, Siverston, t10/14; cum 286K 11/18;
28586, 914, Hess, LK-A Qtr CIR-147-96-1807H-5, Big Gulch, t3/15; cum 66K 10/15;
28783, 1,512, BR, Hammerhead 21-26TFH, Sand Creek, t6/15; cum 53K 10/15;
28994, dry ("downhole issues"), Hess, GO-Perdue-157-97-0112H-4, Ray, drilling problems;
29217, 2,244, BR, CCU North Coast 4-8-23MBH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 62K 10/15;

Sunday, March 29, 2015: 251 for the month; 670 for the quarter
25735, 1,773, Enerplus, Rain 149-93-07A-12H TF, Mandaree, t6/15; cum 95K 10/15;
27657, 2,539, QEP, Johnson 3-9-4BH, Grail, t2/15; cum --
28053, 359, Slawson, Ironbank 5-14-13TFH, Stockyard Creek, t12/14; cum 18K 1/15;
******28075, 3,255, MRO, Anthony USA 23-14H, Moccasin Creek, t2/15; cum 454K 11/18;
28665, 1,974, QEP, Johnson 3-9-4TH, Grail, t2/15; cum --
28667, 2,106, QEP, Johnson 8-5-9-4LL, Grail, t2/15; cum --
28719, 553, Hess, En-Neset-156-94-0706H-5, Big Butte, t3/15; cum 44K 10/15;
29175, 545, XTO, Granli 34X-20D, Arnegard, t7/15; cum 16K 10/15;

Saturday, March 28, 2015: 243 for the month; 662 for the quarter
26768, 2,054, EOG, Mandaree 28-05H, Squaw Creek, t10/14; cum 90K 1/15;
27756, 863, EOG, Parshall 74-2127H, Parshall, t9/14; cum 61K 1/15;
28587, 906, Hess, LK-A QTR-CIR-147-96-1807H-4, Big Gulch, t31/5; cum 85K 10/15;
29030, 1,437, MRO, Dellana Ward USA 14-7H, Wolf Bay, t1/5; cum 18K 1/15;
29218, 1,643, BR, CCU North Coast 4-8-23TFH, Corral Creek, t3/15; cum 59K 10/15;
29232, 2,369, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 6TFH, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum 15K 10/15;
29256, PA/0/SI/IA, Cynosure Energy, LLC, Glenn Paetz 4-151-89 1, wildcat, 4-151-89, a Madison well, in the reservation, east of the Parshall; not very promising; this is Cynosure's only permit in North Dakota.


Friday, March 27, 2015: 236 for the month; 655 for the quarter
25736, 2,347, Enerplus, Snow 149-93-07A-12H,  Mandaree, t6/15; cum 233K 1/6;
28076, 3,255, MRO, Hale USA 23-14TFH,  Moccasin Creek, t2/15; cum 100K 10/15;
28171, 738, Emerald, D Annunzio 3-7-6H, Boxcar Butte, t9/14; cum 23K 1/15;
28993, 577, Hess, GO-Perdue-157-97-0112H-3, Ray, t6/15; cu 34K 10/15;
29219, 1,643, BR, CCU Golden Creek 44-23TFH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 78K 10/15;
29353, 120, Enduro, NSCU O-708-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish well, t11/14; cum 4K 1/15;
29471, 1.423, Slawson, Wolf 2-4MLH, Big Bend, t3/15; cum 67K 10/15;

Thursday, March 26, 2015: 229 for the month; 648 for the quarter
27957, 498, OXY USA, William Sakowsky 2-9-4H-142-96, Manning, t10/14; cum 27K 1/15;
28171, 738, Emerald, D Annunzio 3-7-6H, Boxcar Butte, t9/14; 50K 10/15;
28703, 2,219, MRO, Hamilton 34-20H, Bailey, t31/5; cum 93K 10/15;
28992, 50 (per scout ticket), Hess, GO-Perdue-157-97-0112H-2, Ray, t6/15; cum 36K 1/16;
29003, 2,166, MRO, Victor USA 34-12TFH, Lost Bridge, t51/5; cum 69K 10/15;
29013, 953, CLR, Debra 1-2H, Stony Creek, one section, t12/14; cum 27K 1/15;
29178, 1,132, XTO, Moses 21X-9A, Garden, t4/15; cum 40K 10/15;
29229, 2,934, Statoil, Heen 26-35 6TFH, Todd, t10/15; cum 18K 10/15;
29356, dry (surface casing failed), CLR, Mary 1-16H, Ranch Creek, surface casing failed pressure testing

Wednesday, March 25, 2015: 220 for the month; 639 for the quarter
27480, 1,461, WPX, Kale Bad Brave 19-18HX2, Squaw Creek, t2/15; cum 6K 1/15;
28142, 1,110, Hess, HA-Swenson-152-95-1819H-7, Hawkeye, t2/15; cum 11K in five days
28169, 1,246, Emerald, D Annunzio 5-7-6H, Boxcar Butte, t9/14; cum 28K 1/15;
28772, 2,940, XTO, Ranger 21X-18A, Tobacco Garden, t51/5; cum 65K 10/15;
28926, 110, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Berge 12-31 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t11/14; cum 9K 1/15;
29009, 217, CLR, Heyerdahl 1-10H1, Bluffton, t2/15; cum 1K 1/15;
29220, 2,044, BR, CCU Golden creek 4-23MBH, Corral Creek, t2/15; cum 96K 10/15;


Tuesday, March 24, 2015: 213 for the month; 632 for the quarter
22106, 530, Hess, GO-State A-158-97-3625H-1, New Home, t6/15; cum 31K 10/15;
24567, 524, Sinclair, Horovitz 10-09-1H, Lone Butte, t6/5; cum 32K 10/15;
27477, 1,328, WPX, Kale Bad Brave 19-18HB, Squaw Creek, t1/15; cum 8K 1/15;
28751, 337, CLR, Miramar 3-32H-1, Elk, t3/15; cum --
29177, 1,209, XTO, Moses 21X-9B, Garden, t41/5; cum 56K 10/15;
29397, 12, Enduro, NGMU 11-H1, North Grano, producing, albeit not much, a Madison well, t12/14; cum 400 bbl;

Monday, March 23, 2015: 207 for the month; 626 for the quarter
22228, 2,228, Slawson, Vixen Federal 2-19-30H, Van Hook, t3/15; cum 7K 10/15; on-line only 1 - 4 days per month since it was first tested; one day on-line each month, essentially for the past 8 months;
****************26609, 1,703, Enerplus, Pride 150-94-06A-18H TFH, Spotted Horn, t10/14; cum 487K 11/18;
26777, 940, EOG, Mandaree 135-05H,  Squaw Creek, t10/14; cum 70K 1/15;
27846, 1,064, Whiting, Langwald 24-9-1H, Hay Creek, t9/14; cum 29K 1/15;
27847, 678, Whiting, Langwald 24-9HU, Harding, t10/14; cum 24K 1/15;
28091, 937, Whiting, Asbeck 21-16-1H, Hay Creek, t10/14; cum 33K 1/15;
28141, 1,322, Hess, HA-Swenson-152-95-1819H-8, Hawkey, t2/15; cum --
28196, 722, SM Energy, Phylis 14X-12H, Poe, t7/15; cum 42K 10/15;
28258, 2,319, QEP, Linseth 3-33-15BH, Grail, t12/14; cum 53K 1/15;
28259, 2,009, QEP, Linseth 3-22-15TH, Grail, t12/14; cum 68K 1/15;
28260, 2,424, QEP, Linseth 4-22-15BH, Grail, t12/14; cum 68K 1/15;
28261, 2,103, QEP, Linseth 16-21-15-22LL, Grail, t12/14; cum 52K 1/15;
28972, 441, Petro-Hunt, K. Thorson 159-94-7A-18-1HS, North Tioga, t8/15; cum 21K 10/15;

Sunday, March 22, 2015: 194 for the month; 613 for the quarter
27478, 871, WPX, Kale Bad Brave 19-18HW, Squaw Creek, t1/15; cum 5K 1/15;
27757, 1,174, EOG, Parshall 73-2127H,  Parshall, 1920-acre spacing, TD in 9 days; 48 stages, 12.55 million lbs, t9/14; cum 224K 11/18;
28140, 1,303, Hess, HA-Swenson-LW-152-95-1819H-1, 4 sections, Hawkeye, t2/15; cum --
28197, 981, SM Energy, Luke 14-12H, Poe, t7/15; cum 64K 10/15;
28379, 1,336, XTO, McCoy 44X-23G2, Siverston, t5/15; cum 30K 10/15;
28750, 441, CLR, Miramar 2-32H, Elk, t2/15; cum --
28767, 970, Newfield, Sand Creek Federal 153-96-21-28-2H, Sand Creek, t1/15; cum 26K 1/15;
29279, dry, MBI, Wolberg 18-1, Rocky Ridge, no production data,
29335, 64, Flatirons, Bryans 34-36H, Lake Darling, t11/14; cum 4K 10/15;

Saturday, March 21, 2015: 185 for the month; 604 for the quarter
25293, 1,909, Whiting, Charging Eagle 10-14-11-2H3, Twin Buttes, t6/15; cum 48K 10/15;
25854, 3,098, Equinor/Statoil, Skarson 1-12 2TFH, Banks, t4/16; cum 318K 11/18;
26778, 704, EOG, Mandaree 110-05H, Squaw Creek, 21 stages; 5.5 million lbs, t9/14; cum 80K 1/15;
27473, 2,732, Whiting, Sovig 24-22-3H, Arnegard, t9/14; cum 52K 1/15;
27474, 2,321, Whiting, Sovig 24-22-4H, Arnegard, t9/14; cum 59K 1/15;
27475, 2,548, Whiting, Sovig 24-22-5H, Arnegard, t9/14; cum 63K 1/15;
27476, 2,858, Whiting, Sovig 24-22H, Arnegard, 30 stages; 3.5 million lbs, t9/14; cum 60K 1/15;
28682, 583, CLR, Leonard 3-12H1, Northwest McGregor, t5/15; cum 64K 10/15;

Friday, March 20, 2015: 177 for the month; 596 for the quarter
25292, 2,079, Whiting, Charging Eagle 10-14-11-2H, Twin Buttes, t6/15; cum 80K 1/16;
27758, 2,454, EOG, Parshall 72-2127H, Parshall, t9/14; cum 64K 1/15;
28198, 806, SM Energy, Jesse 14X-12H, Poe, t7/15; cum 65K 12/15;
28213, 342, Fidelity, Deborah 17-20H, Heart River, t10/14; cum 47K 1/15;
28380, 1,935, XTO, McCoy 44X-23D, Siverston, t41/5; cum 71K 10/15;
28766, 1,562, Newfield, Sand Creek Federal 153-96-21-28-10H, Sand Creek, t1/15 cum 25K 2/15;
28767, 970, Newfield, Sand Creek Federal 153-96-21-28-2H, Sand Creek, t1/15; cum 29K 2/15;
28973, 335, Petro-Hunt, K. Thorson 159-94-7A-17-2HS, North Tioga, t8/15; cum 20K 10/15;
29000, 1,249, CLR, Norfolk 7-1H, North Tobacco Garden, t5/15; cum 122K 10/15;
29185, 650, Hess, EN-Nelson-155-94-2833H-9, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 20K 2/15;
 
Thursday, March 19, 2015: 167 for the month; 586 for the quarter
25855, 3,115, Equinor/Statoil, Skarston 1-12 3TFH, Banks, t4/16; cum 208K 11/18;
27755, 2,100, EOG, Parshall 75-2127H, Parshall, t9/14; cum 79K 1/15; choked back;
28673, 765, Whiting, Lydia 21-14-2PH, Bell, t9/14; cum 40K 1/15;
28885, 1,360, Zavanna, Gust 2-11 3TFH, Long Creek, minimal production; off-line since 10/15; back on-line as of 3/16; t4/16; cum 32K 6/16;
29268, 1,407, Newfield, Sand Creek Federal 153-96-21-28-13HLW, Sand Creek, t12/14; cum 26K 1/15;
29364, 57, Enduro, NSCU G-718-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well; t11/14; cum 3K 1/15;

Wednesday, March 18, 2015: 161 for the month; 580 for the quarter
27058, 875, HRC, Miller 157-101-12D-1-4H, Otter, t9/14; cum 51K 1/15;
27939, 967, SM Energy, Davis 1-32H, Camp, t51/5; cum 76K 10/15;
28381, 1,832, XTO, McCoy 44X-23H, Siverston, t41/5; cum 47K 10/15;
28681, 595, CLR, Leonard 4-12H, Northwest McGregor, t5/15; cum 109K 10/15;
28765, 2,190, Newfield, Sand Creek Federal 153-96-21-28-3H, Sand Creek, t1/15; cum 26K 1/15;
28924, 1,122, Slawson, Howo 5-33-4TFH, Big Bend, t4/15; cum 36K 10/15;
28989, 50, Legacy Oil, Legacy Et Al Berge 8-1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t11/14; cum 7K 1/15;
28999, 960, CLR, Norfolk 6-1H1, North Tobacco Garden, t5/15; cum 39K 10/15;
29186, 817, Hess, EN-Nelson-155-94-2833H-8, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum -- 

Tuesday, March 17, 2015: 152 for the month; 571 for the quarter
25857, 4,545, Statoil, Skarston 1-12 4H, Banks, t4/16; cum 311K 9/17;
26674, 80, Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, State Anderson 2-3-25H-143-97, Little Knife, producing, appears to be a typical OXY USA well, t9/14 cum 24K 1/15;
27938, 764, SM Energy, Manning 1X-32H, Camp, t5/15; cum 60K 10/15;
29236, 795, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 8TFH, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum 3K 10/15;

Monday, March 16, 2015: 148 for the month; 567 for the quarter
24062, 505, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Narcisse 8-5-158N-99W, Ellisville, 35 stages; 3.5 million lbs; middle Bakken, t12/14; cum 27K 1/5;
24091, 1,832, MRO, VMR Trust 11-16TFH, Bailey, t3/15; cum 76K 10/15;
28414, 2,204, BR, Shenandoah 44-36MBH ULW, Keene, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 229K 1/16;
28683, 346, CLR, Leonard 2-12H, Northwest McGregor, t5/15; cum 54K 10/15;
28779, 1,443, BR, Hammerhead 11-26TFH, Sand Creek, t6/15; cum 38K 10/15;
28780, 1,603, BR, Hammerhead 21-26MBH, Sand Creek, t6/15; cum 62K 10/15;
28851, SI/NC-->TATD, Resource Energy/American Eagle, Byron 4-4-163-101, Colgan, no production data,
29005, 2,314, XTO, David Federal 21X-20A, Lost Bridge, t7/15; cum 48K 10/15;
29120, 628, XTO, Eide 31X-29C, McGregor, t41/5; cum 36K 10/15;
29187, 746, Hess, EN-Nelson-155-94-2833H-7, Alkali Creek, 4/15; cum 56K 10/15;

Sunday, March 15, 2015: 137 for the month, 556 for the quarter
26220, 2,806, BR, Harley 41-2TFH, Blue Buttes, t7/15; cum 65K 10/15;
27937, 1,030, SM Energy, Elway 1-32H, Camp, t5/15; cum 82K 10/15;
28269, 1,293, MRO, Moritz 11-30H, Reunion Bay, t3/15; cum 105K 10/15;
28778, 1,483, BR, Hammerhead 11-26MBH, Sand Creek, t5/15; cum 56K 10/15;
28787, 980, CLR, Bratlien 3-26H, Sadler, 4 sections, t10/17; cum --
29188, 1,199, Hess, EN-Nelson-155-94-2833H-6, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 86K 10/15;
29235, 589, Statoil, Heen 26-35 8TFH, Todd, t9/15; cum 5K 10/15;

Saturday, March 14, 2015 (pi day): 130 for the month; 549 for the quarter
24072, 342, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Holmes 8-5-158N-100W, Winner, t3/15; cum 72K 10/15;
25858, 5,010, Statoil, Skarston 1-12 5H, Banks, 41 stages, 9.2 million lbs, t3/16; cum 78K 6/16;
26221, 2,446, BR, Harley 41-2MBH, Blue Buttes, t6/15; cum 78K 10/15;
28413, 2,544, BR, Shenandoah 44-36TFH, Keene, t3/15; cum 117K 10/15;
28786, 1,375, CLR, Bratlien 4-26H1, Sadler, 4 sections, t10/17; cum --
29006, 743, XTO, David Federal 21X-20E, Lost Bridge, t8/15; cum 27K 10/15;
29066, 816, Hess, BW-Heidi Ho-149-99-3526H-4, Juniper, t1/15; cum 19K 1/15;
29119, 541, XTO, Eide 31X-29G, McGregor, t6/15; cum 18K 10/15;
29143, 227, Murex, Bradley Robert 1-12H, Daneville, t1/15; cum 5K 1/15;
29234, 1,553, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 4TFH, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum 10K 10/15;
29246, 1,332, MRO, Piatt 11-17H, Murphy Creek, t3/15; cum 37K 10/15;

Friday, March 13, 2015: 119 for the month; 538 for the quarter
28469, 458, Hess, EN-Rehak-155-93-0718H-8, Alger, t41/5; cum 41K 10/15;
28664, 1,921, MRO, Kerkhoff 14-8H, Murphy Creek, t7/15; cum 55K 10/15;
28886, 2,342, Zavanna, Gust 2-11 2H, Long Creek, t5/16; cum 61K 6/16;

29011, 2,516, XTO, Nelson 24X-11A, Garden, t31/5; cum 114K 10/15;
29053, dry, Stephens Production, York 3-9, wildcat, a Madison well, 3-156-82,
29231, 1,816, Statoil, Heen 26-35 4TFH, Todd, t9/15; cum 12K 10/15;

Thursday, March 12, 2015: 113 for the month; 532 for the quarter
25859, 3,802, Statoil, Skarston 1-12 5H, Banks, t3/16; cum --
26222, 1,964, BR, Harley 31-2TFH, Blue Buttes, t6/15; cum 67K 10/15;
28669, 1,033, Whiting, Dolyniuk 34-23PH, Bell, t9/14; cum 42K 1/15;
29007, 2,009, XTO, David Federal 21X-20B, Lost Bridge, t8/15; cum 36K 10/15;
29065, 846, Hess, BW-Heidi Ho-149-99-3526H-3, Juniper, t1/15; cum 21K 1/15;
29118, 670, XTO, Eide 31X-29D, McGregor, t6/15; cum 34K 10/15;
29202, 108, Corinthian, Corinthian Berge 12-2 2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well; t10/14; cum 13K 1/15;

Wednesday, March 11, 2015: 106 for the month; 525 for the quarter
25248, 1,926, Oasis, John Federal 5201 41-12B, Camp, t11/14; cum 70K 1/15;
26188, 86, Oasis, Manhattan 5792 11-2 2T, Cottonwood, 36 stages; 3 million lbs, t11/14; cum 5K 1/15;
26931, 242, Oasis, Manhattan 5792 11-2 3B, Cottonwood, t9/14; cum 28K 1/15;
26997, 437, Oasis, Ross 5603 43-10 3T, Bull Butte, t10/14; cum 20K 1/15;
26999, 734, Oasis, Ross 5603 43-10 4B, Bull Butte, t9/14; cum 13K 1/15;
27215, dry, Oasis, Chalmers 5301 44-24 2T, Baker, no production data,
27530, 178, Oasis, Delta 6093 14-15 11B, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 24K 1/15;
27718, 57, Oasis, Shepherd 5501 12-5 3B, Missouri Ridge, 32 stages; 4 million lbs sand/ceramic; t12/14; cum 23K 1/15;
27719, 934, Oasis, Shepherd 5501 12-5 2B, Missouri Ridge, t12/14; cum 13K 1/15;
27729, 523, Oasis, Holmes 5501 12-5 2B, Tyrone, unusual production profile, t11/14; cum 23K 1/15;
27730, 1,867, Oasis, Holmes 5501 12-5 4B, Tyrone, t12/14; cum 31K 1/15;
27738, 435, Oasis, Montague 5601 41-34 7B, Cow Creek, t2/15; cum 84K 10/15;
27762, 529, Oasis, White 5198 12-6 3T, Siverston, t10/14; cum 97K 1/15;
27817, 1,170, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 5501 21-5 3T, Missouri Ridge, t11/14; cum 19K 1/15;
27818, 1,215, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 5501 21-5 4T, Missouri Ridge, t11/14; cum 31K 1/15;
27959, 52, Cornerstone, Tafelmeyer MA-3427-6490, Customs, a Midale/Nesson well, t2/15; cum 21K 10/15;
27975, 1,722, Oasis, White 5198 13-6 12B, Siverston, t10/14; cum 136K 1/15;
27976, 958, Oasis, White 5198 13-6 13T3, Siverston, t10/14 cum 15K 1/15;
28048, 1,049, Oasis, Harbour 5501 14-5 2T, Tyrone, t2/15; cum 20K 10/15;
28070, 1,458, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494-22 7B, Alkali Creek, t2/15; cum 6K 1/15;
28146, 159, Oasis, Delta 6093 14-15 9B, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 33K 1/15;
28443, 962, Oasis, Ruud 5493 42-23 3T, Robinson Lake, unusual production profile, t11/4; cum 13K 1/15;
28444, 527, Oasis, Ruud 5493 42-23 2T2, Robinson Lake, unusual production profile, t11/14; cum 26K 1/15;
28445, 527, Oasis, Rudd 5493 42-23B, Robinson Lake, t11/14; cum 64K 1/15;
28468, 660, Hess, EN-Rehak-155-93-0718H-7, Alger, t4/15; cum 55K 10/15;
28570, 964, Gadeco, Alexander 26-35 6H, Epping, t5/15; cum -- off-line from the beginning
28601, 328, Oasis, Chalmers Wade Federal 5301 44-24 12 TXR, Baker, t1/15; cum 19K 1/15;
28663, 1,869, MRO, Kary 11-17H, Murphy Creek, t31/5; cum 51K 10/15;
28686, SI/NC-->TATD, Oasis, Ruud 5493 43-23 7T3, Robinson Lake, no production data,
28764, 421, Oasis, Steven Van Verkom 5993 44-24T, Cottonwood, t10/14; cum 39K 1/15;
28785, 943, CLR, Bratlien 5-26H, Sadler, t10/17; cum --
29064, 454, Hess, BW-Heidi Ho-149-99-3526H-2, Juniper, t1/15; cum 14K 1/15;
29233, 2,285, Statoil, Smith Farm 23-14 7H, Cow Creek, t9/15; cum 19K 10/15;

Tuesday, March 10, 2015: 73 for the month; 492 for the quarter
23695, 727, Fidelity, Herauf 2-11H, Zenith, Three Forks, t10/14; cum 86K 1/15;
24451, 128, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Ruby 17-20-158N-100W, Winner, t3/15; cum 55K 10/15;
25856, 3,645, Statoil, Skarston 1-12 7H, Banks, t3/16; cum --
26865, 1,604, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-33C-28-8H, McGregory Buttes, unusual production profile, t9/14; cum 64K 1/15;
29008, 1,908, XTO, David Federal 21X-20F, Lost Bridge, t8/15; cum 32K 10/15;
29075, dry, St Croix Operating, Preskey 28-3, Wildcat, 28-158-82; this is St Croix's only permit / well in North Dakota.
29116, 1,435, XTO, Frisinger 34X-8H, Hofflund, t4/15; cum 58K 10/15;

Monday, March 9, 2015: 66 for the month; 485 for the quarter
27597, SI/NC, Mountain Divide, Aaberg 8-5N-1H, Wildcat, no production data, 17-162-100,
28467, 217, Hess, EN-Rehak-155-93-0718H-6, Alger, t4/15; cum 42K 10/15;
28695, 1,639, MRO, Hazel 14-8H, Murphy Creek, t7/15; cum 42K 10/15;
29039, 115, Enduro, NSCU J-715-H2, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t11/14; cum 8K 1/15;
29079, 955, CLR, Tracey 1-34H, Williston, t12/14; cum 29K 1/15;
29117, 1,651, XTO, Frisinger 34X-8D, Hofflund, t4/15; cum 164K 9/17;

Sunday, March 8, 2015: 60 for the month; 479 for the quarter
27266, 1,096, Emerald, Talon 3-9-4H, Charbonneau, interesting production profile; t9/14; cum 37K 1/15;
28054, 315, Slawson, Ironbank 4-14-13TFH, Stockyard Creek, t2/15; cum 53K 10/15;
28590, 1.258, WPX, Victor Elk 32-29HB, Reunion Bay, wow; a monster well; t1/15; cum 54K 1/15;
28694, 1,799, MRO, Knopik 24-8H, Murphy Creek, t6/15; cum 37K 10/15;
29142, 806, Hess, W-Hagen-149-100-1522H-3, Ellsworth, t1/15; cum 18K 1/15;

Saturday, March 7, 2015: 55 for the month; 474 for the quarter
27899, 1,446, XTO, Van Dyke Federal 44X-19A, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 109K 10/15;
28466, 686, Hess, EN-Rehak-155-93-0718H-5, Alger, t4/15; cum 55K 10/15;
28589, 1,273, WPX, Victor Elk 32-29HW, Reunion Bay, t1/15; cum 28K 1/15;
28749, 523, Hunt, Smoky Butte 160-100-7-6H-1, North Fork, t12/14; cum 14K 1/15;
29141, 708, Hess, BW-Hagen-149-100-1522H-2, Ellsworth, t1/15; cum 14K 1/15;
29150, 369, CLR, Hart 1-11H, Temple, t12/14; cum 15K 1/15;


Friday, March 6, 2015: 49 for the month; 468 for the quarter
22204, 2,040, BR, Manchester 24-9MBH, Little Knife, t1/15; cum 126K 1/16;
23620, 703, Triangle, Rowe 150-101-1-12-4H, Rawson, t9/14; cum 55K 1/15;
26866, 1,726, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-33C-28-8H, McGregory Buttes, producing, note production profile; t9/14; cum 80K 1/15;
26867, 1,564, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-33C-28-10H, McGregory Buttes, producing, note production profile, t9/14; cum 89K 1/15;
28858, 75, Enduro, SSU 11-24H, Stoneview, a Stonewall well, t11/15; cum --
29038, 603, CLR, Salem 5-6H1, Dollar Joe, t2/15; cum 66K 10/15;

Thursday, March 5, 2015: 43 for the month; 462 for the quarter
23618, 798, Triangle, Rowe 150-101-1-12-2H, Rawson, t9/14; cum 52K 1/15;
27626, TASC-->811, Hess, EN-Farhart-156-93-0409H-3, Baskin, t1/16; cum 20K 25 days;
27668, 546, Petro-Hunt, Overlee 160-94-32A-30-1HS, North Tioga, t2/15; cum --
27900, 955, XTO, Van Dyke Federal 44X-19E, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 112
K 10/15;
28588, 1,054, WPX, Victor Elk 32-39HA, Reunion Bay, t1/15; cum 16K 1/15;
28704, 1,072, MRO, Greider 34-20TFH, Bailey, t3/15; cum 44K 10/15;
28930, 1,132, CLR,290 Quale Federal 2-1H, Antelope, t2/15; cum 2K 1/15;
29035, 1,051, CLR, Stangeland 3-7H1, Crazy Man Creek, t3/15; cum 81K 10/15;
29201, 104, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Berge 12-2-1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/14; cum 12K 1/15;

Wednesday, March 4, 2015: 34 for the month; 453 for the quarter
27265, 1,418, Emerald Oil, Slugger 3-16-21H, Charbonneau, producing, interesting production profile, t9/14; cum 35K 1/15;
28677, 660, WPX, Roggenbuck 4-9HY, Van Hook, t12/14; cum 21K 1/15;
29037, 902, CLR, Salem 4-6H, Dollar Joe, t3/15; cum 117K 10/15;
29139, 932, Hess, BW-Stoveland-149-100-1003H-3, Ellsworth, t1/15; cum 24K 1/15;
Tuesday, March 3, 2015: 30 for the month; 449 for the quarter
25584, 1,131, Whiting, Moccasin Creek 14-33-28-3HS, Moccasin Creek, t6/15; cum 75K 10/15;
27364, 822, EOG, Parshall 76-22H, Parshall, t9/14; cum 50K 1/15;
27365, 907, EOG, Parshall 77-22H, Parshall, t9/14; cum 44K 1/15;
27627, 599, Hess, EN-Farhart-156-93-0409H-2, Baskin, t12/15; cum 92K 9/17;
27901, 857, XTO, Van Dyke Federal 44X-19B, Bear Den, t3/15; cum 142K 10/15;
28752, 490, Hunt, Blue Ridge 159-100-4-9H-1, Green Lake, t10/14; cum 18K 1/15;
29036, 1,246, CLR, Stangeland 2-7H, Crazy Man Creek, t3/15; cum 103K 10/15;
29113, 1,284, Newfield, Helsingborg Federal 153-96-22-27-2H, Sand Creek, t12/14; cum 28K 1/15;  

Monday, March 2, 2015: 22 for the month; 441 for the quarter
27628, 701, Hess, EN-Farhart-156-93-409H-1, Baskin, t12/15; cum 27K after 52 days
28987, 1,129, CLR, Debrecen 4-3H1, Bell, t2/15; cum 59K 10/15;

Sunday, March 1, 2015: 20 for the month; 439 for the quarter
27996, 1,384, CLR, Jersey 2-26H2, Alkali Creek, t9/17; cum 24K in 20 days;
27997, 1,944, CLR, Jersey 1-6H, Alkali Creek, t9/17; cum 32K 9/17;
27998, SI/NC, CLR, Jersey 8-6H1, Alkali Creek, producing,
27999, SI/NC, CLR, Jersey 7-6H, Alkali Creek, producing,
28000, 1,108, CLR, Jersey 6-6H1, Alkali Creek, t10/17 cum -- 
28001, 1,564, CLR, Jersey 5-6H, Alkali Creek, t10/17; cum --
28002, 1,359, CLR, Jersey 4-6H2, Alkali Creek, t9/17; cum 19K 9/17;
28018, 835, Petro-Hunt, USA 15-95-22D-15-4H, Charlson, t10/16; cum 195K 9/17;
28263, 3,031, MRO, Morean USA 34-12H, Lost Bridge, t51/5; cum 161K 10/15;
28344, 38, Enduro, MMU 30-13-H1, Mohall, a Madison well, t11/14; cum 2K 1/15;
28360, 1,118, MRO, May 34-22TFH, Bailey, t12/14; cum 21K 1/15;
28391, 1,163, XTO, Lundin Federal 31X-9H, North Fork, t4/15; cum 56K 10/15;
28574, 583, Hess, EN-Fretheim A-155-93-3334H-6, Robinson Lake, t2/15; cum --
28575, 805, Hess, EN-Fretheim A-155-93-3334H-5, Robinson Lake, 4 sections, t1/15; cum --
28762, 1,044, Hess, HA-Thompson-152-95-1720H-9, Hawkeye, t6/15; cum 73K 10/15;
28773, 2,702, XTO, Ranger 21X-18B, Tobacco Garden, t6/15; cum 66K 10/15;
29114, 1,889, Newfield, Helsingborg Federal 153-96-22-27-10H, Sand Creek, t12/14; cum 34K 1/15;
29115, 1513, Newfield, Helsingborg Federal 153-96-22-27-3H, Sand Creek, t12/14; cum 33K 1/15;
29138, 95, Enduro, NSCU G-720-H1, Newburg, a Charles well, t10/14; cum 2K 1/15;
29144, 460, Slawson, Revolver 7-35TFH, Big Bend, 1 section, t11/14; cum 24K 1/15;
29241, SI/NC, Solutions Energy, Nangchen 155-86-11-HS1, Lone Tree, a Madison well,

Saturday, February 28, 2015: 189 for the month; 419 for the quarter
26953, 1,577, CLR, Ryden 3-24H, Jim Creek, t7/15; cum 59K 10/15;
27039, 1,759, SHD, Hammer 12-36H, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum --
27995, 1,344, CLR, Jersey 3-6H1, Alkali Creek, t9/17; cum 18K over 16 days;
28017, 830, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-22D-15-5H, Charlson, t10/16; cum 75K 1/17;
28392, 1,705, XTO, Lundin Federal 31X-9H, North Fork, t4/15; cum 65K 10/15;
28576, 518, Hess, EN-Fretheim A-155-93-3334H-4, Robinson Lake, t2/15; cum --
29158, 84, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Backman 8-35-2H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/14; cum 2K 1/15;
Friday, February 27, 2015: 182 for the month; 412 for the quarter
26968, 1,307, Statoil, Liffrig 29-20 7H, Little Knife, t12/14; cum 3K 12/14;
28174, 640, Triangle, Wahlstrom 152-102-34-27-2H, Elk, unusual profile pattern, t9/14; cum 35K 12/14;
28175, 613, Triangle, Wahlstrom 152-102-34-27-1H, Elk, t9/14; cum 59K 12/14;
28268, 1,096, MRO, Dickey 11-30TFH, Reunion Bay, t3/15; cum 59K 10/15;
29031, dry, MBI, Hueske 30-1, Wildcat, targeting the Winnipeg;

Thursday, February 26, 2015: 176 for the month; 406 for the quarter
26954, 1,307, CLR, Ryden 2-24AH1, Jim Creek, t7/15; cum 22K 10/15;
27038, 1,980, SHD, Canon 12-36H, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum --
28848, 1,554, MRO, Sydney 14-9TFH, Bailey, t3/15; cum 64K 10/15;
28489, 2,343, QEP, Severin 1-16-17BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 113K 12/14;
28490, 2,022, QEP, Severin 2-16-17BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 95K 12/14;

Wednesday, February 25, 2015: 173 for the month; 403 for the quarter
27038, 1,980, SHD, Canon 12-36H, Clarks Creek, t10/15; cum 48K 2/16; only 2 days 1/16;
27394, A, Kaiser-Francis/Fidelity, Barnhart1 20-17H, Heart River, no IP, first production 8/14; cum 131K 6/16;
27902, 755, Emerald Oil, Lloyd Christmas 2-4-9H, Heart River, t8/14; cum 15K 12/15;
28277, 1,244, Emerald Oil, Lloyd Christmas 4-4-9H, Heart River, t9/14; cum 40K 12/14;
28488, 2,222, QEP, Severin 9-8-16-17LL, four sections, t9/14; cum 109K 12/14;
28489, 2,343, QEP, Severin 1-16-17BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 113K 12/14;
28490, 2,022, QEP, Severin 2-16-17BH, Grail, t9/14; cum 95K 12/14;

Tuesday, February 24, 2015: 166 for the month; 396 for the quarter
28016, 912, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-22D-15-5H, Charlson, t11/15; cum --; off-line almost the whole time;
28412, 402, Hess, SC-JCB-154-98-1720H-2, Truax, t2/15; cum 41K 10/15;
28777, 1,224, Slawson, Holst 2-33MLH, Big Bend, t4/15; cum 40K 10/15;
29151, 215, Slawson, Rainmaker Federal 10-36-25TF2H, Big Bend, t5/15; cum 19K 10/15;

Monday, February 23, 2015: 162 for the month; 392 for the quarter
28393, 1,328, XTO, Lundin Federal 31X-9G, North Fork, t4/15; cum 39K 9/15;
29052, 836, CLR, Robert 1-13H, Stony Creek, t11/14; cum 35K 12/14;

Sunday, February 22, 2015: 160 for the month; 390 for the quarter
28015, 816, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-23C-14-2HS, Charlson, t10/16; cum 77K 1/17;
28398, 2,529, Whiting, Gunder T. 21-30H, Lonesome, t8/14; cum 62K 12/14;
28399, 2,836, Whiting, Gunder T. 21-30-2H, Lonesome, t8/14; cum 53K 12/14;
28411, 1,070, Hess, SC-Barney-1LE-154-98-1819H-1, Truax, t1/15; cum 10K 12/14;
28883, 182, Murex, Machelle Annette 8-5H, Musta, t10/14; cum 25K 12/14;

Saturday, February 21, 2015: 155 for the month; 385 for the quarter
19296, 2,388, SHD Oil & Gas, Golden 22-31H, Deep Water Creek Bay, 62 stages, 15 million lbs sand, t3/15; cum 211K 9/15
27279, 2,946, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-19C-18-5H,  Eagle Nest, t8/14; cum 109K 12/14;
27903, 577, Emerald, Lloyd Christmas 1-4-9H, Heart River, t814; cum 15K 12/14;
28410, 527, Hess, SC-Barney-154-98-1819H-5, Truax, t12/14; cum 7K 12/14;
28737, 1,423, CLR, Uhlman 1-7H, Banks, t1/15; cum 2K 12/14;
28935, 852, CLR, Alfsvaag 3-31H1, Crazy Man Creek, ICO, t3/15; cum 79K 9/15;

Friday, February 20, 2015: 149 for the month; 379 for the quarter
21788, 1,593, Enerplus, BMX 148-93-23B-24H TF, South Fork, t4/15; cum 108K 9/15;
25737, 1,278, Enerplus, Wind 149-93-07D-12H TF, Mandaree, t9/14; cum 98K 12/14;
25738, 1,946, Enerplus, Sun 149-93-07D-12H, Mandaree, t8/14; cum 99K 12/14;
26487, 3,302, Statoil, Hawkeye 16-21 2H, Todd, t1/15; cum --
26702, 1,310, QEP, MHA 3-27-34H-148-92, Heart Butte, t1/15; cum --
27514, 1,316, XTO, Guy Federal 24X-35E, Grinnell, t6/15; cum 29K 9/15;
28447, 55, Corinthian, Corinthian Lochner 8-4 3H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/14; cum 11K 12/14;
28571, PA, Roff Operating Company, Osterberg 2-16 H1, wildcat, far north, and east, about 6 miles northwest of Mohall, near Little Deep Creek oil field, a Madison formation area; if a good well, might extend Little Deep Creek east, , no production data; very, very interesting -- the geologist's report states that the target was the middle Bakken; that the wellbore entered the middle Bakken target at 6,350 feet (shallow); oil present; gas values ranted between 50 and 100; the dipping suggests that anticlinal oil trapping structures could exist and be exploited; awaiting fracture/completion; spud August 20; ceases drilling September 13; total drilling days, 26; short lateral (640 acres); [Update: stimulated 5/15; 15 stages; 152K sand; problems with the well, plan to P&A this well]
28888, 117, Petro-Hunt, MM Wold 160-94-31A-5-2H2, North Tioga, t2/15; cum 36K 9/15;
29157, 945, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-13HLW, Clear Creek, t11/14; cum 34K 12/14;
Thursday, February 19, 2015: 139 for the quarter; 369 for the quarter
26703, 1,858, QEP, MHA 1-27-34H-148-92, Heart Butte, t1/15; cum --
27564, 1,235, CLR, Holstein Federal 2-25H, Elm Tree, 40 stages, 4 million lbs, t2/15; cum 180K 9/15;
28341, 1,523, BR, Bullrush 2-7-9UTFH, Elidah, t1/15; cum 1K 12/14;
28724, 556, Hess, TI-Arlene Stone-157-95-2423H-1, Tioga, t12/14; cum 10K 12/14;
28936, 849, CLR, Alfsvaag 2-31H, Crazy Man Creek, t3/15; cum 76K 9/15;
29040, 105, Enduro, NSCU J-715-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t11/14; cum 4K 12/14;
29102, 80, Enduro, NSCU S-706-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t101/4; cum 7K 12/14;

Wednesday, February 18, 2015: 132 for the month; 362 for the quarter
21787, 988, Enerplus, Tandem 148-93-23B-24H, South Fork, background gas up to 4,000 units, 20 - 40 ft flare; t8/15; cum 37K 9/15;
26486, 2,638 , Statoil, Hawkeye 16-21 4H, Todd, no production data,
26597, 922, QEP, Fed 5-34-35H-152-92, Van Hook, t2/15; cum 98K 9/15;
27277, 2,128, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-19C-18-4H, Eagle Nest, t8/14; cum 84K 12/14;
27280, 2,433, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-30B-31-5H, Eagle Nest, t8/14; cum 137K 12/14;
27515, 2,178, XTO, Guy Federal 24X-35A, Grinnell, t7/15; cum 37K 9/15;
28052, 307, American Eagle, Donald 15-33S-164-102, Skjermo, t10/14; cum 20K 12/14;
28837, 138, Slawson, Mooka 8-29 20TF2H, Big Bend, t10/14; cum 2K 12/14;
28937, 703, CLR, Bud 3-30H1, Crazy Man Creek, spacing ICO, t1/15; cum 4K 12/14;
29153, SI/NC, BR, Bull Rush 21-10PH-R, Elidah, no production data,

Tuesday, February 17, 2015: 122 for the month; 352 for the quarter
26704, 1,317, QEP, MHA 7-27-34H-148-92, Heart Butte, no production data,
27159, 715, EOG, Parshall 49-2226H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 99K 12/14;
27516, 647, XTO, Guy Federal  24X-35F, Grinnell, t6/15; cum 24K 9/15;
27563, PA, CLR, Holstein Federal 1-25H, Elm Tree, t2/15; cum 32K 5/15; possibly a failed frack job or liner fail; only one stage; plan to come back and redrill a sidetrack; 
28336, 2,565, BR, Siverston Rush 1-7-8MBH ULW, 4 sections, Elidah, t12/14; cum 14K 12/14;
28723, 393, Hess, TI-Arlene-Stone-157-95-2419H-2, Tioga, t12/14; cum 3K 12/14;

Saturday, February 14, 205 -- Monday, February 16, 2015: 116 for the month; 346 for the quarter
21539, 1,852, Enerplus, Arikara 150-94-32D-29H TF, Spotted Horn, t3/15; cum 135K 9/15;
24150, 2,760, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-27C-22-3H, McGregory Buttes, t5/15; cum 77K 9/15;
26306, 291, Mountain Divide, BJNJ 30-31-1H, Big Dipper, t10/14 cum 32K 12/14;
26595, 859, QEP, Fed 3-34-35H-152-92, Big Bend, t2/15; cum 64K 9/15;
26596, 1,778, QEP, Fed 7-34-35H-152-92, Van Hook, t2/15; cum 112K 9/15;
26705, 1,777, QEP, MHA 5-27-34H-148-92, Heart Butte, t1/15; cum --
27160, 1,299, EOG, Parshall 48-2226H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 100K 12/14;
27278, 3,715, HRC, Fort Berthold 148-94-30B-31-4H, Eagle Nest, t8/14 cum 158K 12/14;
27393, 339, Fidelity, Barnhart2 20-17H, Heart River, t9/14; cum 26K 12/14;
27517, 2,832, XTO, Guy Federal 24X-35B, Grinnell, t7/15; cum 32K 9/15;
27655, 1,644, Petro-Hunt Jonsrud 152-96-34C-27-2HS, 4 sections, Clear Creek, t12/14; cum 8K 12/14;
28003, 301, Slawson, Cruiser 4-16-9TFH, Big Bend, t12/14; cum 34K 9/15;
28165, 1,444, QEP, State 1-16-21BH, Grail, t10/14; cum 34K 12/14;
28166, 2,204, QEP, State 2-16-21BH, Grail, t10/14; cum 79K 12/14;
28167, 2,761, QEP, State 2-16-21TH, Grail, t10/14; cum 108K 12/14;
28168, 649, QEP, State 3-16-21BH, Grail, t12/14; cum 5K 12/14;
28347, 1,656, BR, Lillibridge 41-27MBH, Johnson Corner, t3/15; cum 94K 9/15;
28370, 1,191, Hess, AN-Brenna-153-94-3130H-5, Antelope, a Sanish well, t3/15; cum 98K 9/15;
28448, 55, Corinthian, Corinthian Lochner 8-4 2-H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/14; cum 10K 12/14;
28476, 1,620, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-3HX, Westberg, t11/14; cum 30K 12/14;
28477, 823, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-12H, Westberg, t11/14; cum 25K 12/14;
28613, 812, CLR, Debrecen 3-3H1, Bell, t2/15; cum 38K 9/15;
28835, 372, SM Energy, Waters 3-28HN, Ambrose, t2/15; cum 34K 9/15;
28836, 448, SM Energy, Waters 3-28HS, Ambrose, t2/15; cum 62K 9/15;
28872, 594, Hess, GN-Halseth-158-97-3130H-1, New Home, t5/15; cum 38K 9/15;
28938, 871, CLR, Bud 2-30H, Crazy Man Creek, t1/15; cum 4K 12/14;
29010, 1,468, XTO, Nelson 24X-11F, Garden, t3/15; cum 64K 9/15;

Friday, February 13, 2015: 89 for the month; 319 for the quarter
21538, 2,143, Enerplus, TAT 150-94-32D-29H, Spotted Horn, t3/15; cum 165K 9/15; 
26485, 3,454, Statoil, Hawkeye 16-21 3H, Todd, t6/14; t1/15; cum 17K 9/15; although not IA it has not produced any oil since first month of production, 3/15;
27044, 931, EOG, Parshall 44-1004H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 159K 12/14;
27518, 1,117, XTO, Guy Federal 24X-35F2, Grinnell, t7/15; cum 22K 9/15;
27947, 2,076, Whiting, Bock Federal 44-7PH, Bell, t8/14; cum 58K 12/14;
28346, 2,400, BR, Lillibridge 41-27TFH-ULW, Blue Buttes, 4 sections, 36 stages, 7 million lbs, t3/15; cum 93K 9/15;
28643, 858, CLR, Boston 2-25H, Brooklyn, t2/15; cum 90K 9/15;
28705, 2,396, MRO, Castner 34-20H, Bailey, t2/15; cum 110K 9/15;
28871, 659, Hess, GO-Hodenfield-157-97-3130H-2, Ray, t5/15; cum 40K 9/15;


Thursday, February 12, 2015: 80 for the month; 310 for the quarter
27551, 896, CLR, Steele Federal 4-24AH1, Banks, t5/15; cum 16K 9/15; inactive as of 6/15; now active 10/15;
28266, 1,390, Whiting, Gunder T.31-30-2H, Lonesome, a nice well, t8/14; cum 60K 12/14;
28267, 1,368, Whiting, Gunder T. 31-30-3H, Lonesome, a nice well, t8/14; cum 54K 12/14;
28371, 941, Hess, AN-Brenna-153-94-3130H-6, Antelope, a Sanish well, t9/15; cum 27K 9/15;
28372, 1,254, Hess, AN-Brenna-153-94-3130H-7, Antelope, a Sanish well, t3/15; cum 93K 9/15;
28475, 1,267, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-11H, Westberg, a huge well, t11/4; cum 31K 12/14;
28834, 252, SM Energy, Waters 3B-24HN, Ambrose, t3/15; cum 23K 9/15;
29031, dry, MBI, Hueske 30-1, wildcat, targeting the Winnipeg formation;

Wednesday, February 11, 2015: 72 for the month; 302 for the quarter
21537, 1,522, Enerplus, Hidatsa 150-94-32C-29H, Spotted Horn, t2/15; cum 175K 9/15;
26226, 2,364, QEP, Kirkland 1-23-14BH, Grail, t10/14; cum 53K 12/14;
26227, 2,383, QEP, kirkland 2-23-14BH, Grail, t10/14; cum 68K 12/14;
27036, 137, EOG, Parshall 41-1509H, Parshall, a big well, but interesting production profile, t8/14; cum 78K 12/14;
27392, 456, Fidelity, Barnharts 20-17H, Heart River, producing, a nice well for Fidelity, t9/14; cum 44K 12/14;
27823, 620, Petro-Hunt, Moberg 159-94-20B-29-1HS, North Tioga, a nice well, t11/14; cum 85K 10/15;
28265, 2,290, QEP, Kirkland 14-23-13-24LL, Grail, t10/14; cum 129K 10/15;
28345, 2,880, BR, Copper Draw 41-27MBH-ULW, Croff, t4/15; cum 121K 10/15;
28373, 259, Hess, AN-Brenna-153-94-3130H-8, Antelope, Sanish pool, t9/15; cum 5K 10/15;
28642, 818, CLR, Boston 2-25H, Brooklyn, t2/15; cum 93K 10/15;
28833, 293, SM Energy, Waters 3B-28HS, Ambrose, t4/15; cum 41K 10/15;
28870, 542, Hess, GN-Halseth-158-97-3130H-3, New Home, t5/15; cum 37K 10/15;
28970, 2,690, Statoil, Syverson 1-12 8H-R, Stony Creek, interesting production profile, t11/14; cum 7K 12/14;
29022, 693, Slawson, Bootleg 8-14-15TF2H, Stockyard Creek, Three Forks 2nd bench, 25 stages, 3.6 million lbs, t10/14; cum 17K 7/15;

Tuesday, February 10, 2015: 58 for the month; 288 for the quarter
27550, 1,239, CLR, Steele Federal 3-24AH, Banks, 40 stages, 6 million lbs, t5/15; cum 39K 7/15;
28365, 1,320, BR, CCU Pullman 6-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, t1/15; cum 40K 7/15;
28544, 1,159, XTO, Schettler 14X-9A, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 7K 7/15;
28939, 1,172, XTO, Allen 21X-17A, Dollar Joe, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 31K 7/15;

Monday, February 9, 2015: 54 for the month; 284 for the quarter
21536, 1,348, Enerplus, Mandan 150-94-32C-29H TF, Spotted Horn, t2/15; cum 129K 7/15;
24744, 2,715, MRO, FoxUSA 14-1H,  Moccasin Creek, 4 sections, t1/15; cum 144K 7/15;
27158, 902, EOG, Parshall 47-2226H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 99K 12/14;
27543, 50 (no typo), Lime Rock Resources/OXY USA, John Kinne 2-27-34H-142-98, Snow, t8/14; cum 45K 1/16;
28262, 2,622, MRO, Piper 34-12H, Lost Bridge, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 62K 7/15;
28374, 913, Hess, AN-Brenna-LE-153-94-3130H-1, Antelope, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 61K 7/15;

Sunday, February 8, 2015: 48 for the month; 278 for the quarter
28359, 1,738, MRO, Frank 24-22TFH, Bailey, t12/14; cum 26K 12/14;
28364, 2,160, BR, CCU Pullman 5-8-7MBH, Corral Creek, U, t2/15; cum 33K 7/15;
28375, 974, Hess, AN-Brenna-LE-153-94-3129H-2, Antelope, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 54K 7/15;
28815, 616, SM Energy, James 16X-35HA, Camp, t1/15; cum 56K 7/15;
28940, 1,280,  XTO, Allen 21X-17E, Dollar Joe, t3/15; cum 24K 7/15;

Saturday, February 7, 2015: 43 for the month; 272 for the quarter
24745, 1,916, MRO, Melvain Fxo USA 14-4TFH, Moccasin Creek, ICO, t2/15; cum 102K 7/15;
28449, 55, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Lochner 8-4 1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t10/14; cum 9K 12/14;
28545, 2,654, XTO, Schettler 14X-9A, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 16K 7/15;
28735, 1,027, CLR, Durham 7-2H, North Tobacco Garden, t5/15; cum 41K 7/15;
28808, 59, Enduro, NSCU O-706-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t9/14; cum 5K 12/14;
28849, 2,124, MRO, Donally 11-16H, Bailey, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 56K 7/15;

Friday, February 6, 2015: 37 for the month; 266 for the quarter
25168, 892, Sinclair, Saetz Federal 43-36H, Lone Butte, t11/14; cum 11K 12/14; 
27117, 1,357, EOG, Parshall 53-1014H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 100K 12/14;
27258, 1,347, Whiting, Dolyniuk 41-25PH, Zenith, t8/14; cum 54K 12/14;
27259, 841, Whiting, Dolyniuk 21-25PH, Zenith, t8/14; cum 40K 12/14;
28363, 2,160, BR, CCU Pullman 5-8-7TFH, Corral Creek, U, t2/15; cum 43K 7/15;
28813, 939, SM Energy, James 16-35H, Camp, t1/15; cum 116K 7/15;
28908, 1,068, CLR, Margaurite 1-15H, Sanish, t3/15; cum 67K 7/15;
28941, 1,245, XTO Energy, Allen 21X-17B, Dollar Joe, t3/15; cum 25K 7/15;

Thursday, February 5, 2015: 29 for the month; 258 for the quarter
27037, 445, EOG, Parshall 40-1509H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 98K 12/14;
28132, 2,362, QEP, Moberg 3-18TH, Grail, t8/14; cum 88K 12/14;
28133, 2,341, QEP, Moberg 4-18BH, Grail, t8/14; cum 104K 12/14;
28546, 2,318, XTO, Schettler 14X-9B, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 11K 7/15;
28622, 2,545, QEP, Moberg 18-13LL, Grail, t8/14; cum 88K 12/14;
28812, 573, SM Energy, James 16X-35HB, Camp, nt1/15; cum 53K 7/15;
28981, 1,642, WPX, Mandaree 24-13HZ,  Spotted Horn, t9/15; cum 32K 9/15;

Wednesday, February 4, 2015: 22 for the month; 251 for the quarter
27043, 439, EOG, Parshall 45-1004H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 100K 12/14;
27207, 538, EOG, Parshall 50-1114H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 84K 12/14;
27260, 1,743, Whiting, Dolyniuk 11-25PH, Zenith, t8/14; cum 59K 12/14;
27292, 844, EOG, Parshall 62-15H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 60K 12/14;
28736, 836 CLR, Durham 6-2H1, North Tobacco Garden, t5/15; cum 29K 7/15;
28907, 1,246, CLR, Margaurite 2-15H1, Sanish, t3/15; cum 71K 7/15;
28942, 605, XTO, Allen 21X-17F, Dollar Joe, t3/15; cum 13K 7/15;

Tuesday, February 3, 2015: 15 for the month; 244 for the quarter
28483, 1,368, Hess, HA-Dahl-152-95-0706H-4, Hawkeye, t3/15; cum 116K 7/15;
28484, 1,387, Hess, HA-Dahl-152-95-0706H-5, Hawkeye, t3/15; cum 96K 7/15;
28487, 1,434, Hess, HA-Dahl-LW-152-95-0706H-1, Hawkeye, 4 sections, t3/15; cum 109K 7/15;
28875, 761, WPX, Mandaree 30-31HA, Reunion Bay, t11/14; cum 8K 12/14;

Monday, February 2, 2015: 11 for the month; 240 for the quarter
28159, 2,004, MRO, Wheeler USA 21-17TFH, Van Hook, t11/4 cum 41K 12/14;
28275, 75, Enduro, GCMU 6-31-H1, Glenburn, a Madison well, t10/14; cum 5K 12/14;
28523, 1,572, Petrogulf, Three Tribes 151-94-4THF, Antelope, t12/14;cum 417K 4/19;
28547, 2,312, XTO, Schettler 14X-9F, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 11K 7/15;

Sunday, February 1, 2015: 7 for the month; 236 for the quarter
28004, 470, Slawson, Cruiser 5-16-9TFH, Big Bend, t1/15; cum 22K 7/15;
28426, 120, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Lochner 4-3 1H, North Souris, a Spearfish well, t9/14; cum 7K 12/1;4
28485, 1,506, Hess, HA-Dahl-152-95-0706H-6, Hawkeye, t3/15; cum 107K 7/15;
28564, dry, CLR, Bailey 7-24H, Pershing, surface casing failure;
28774, 1,409, XTO, Ranger 21X-18F, Tobacco Garden, t6/15; cum 10K 7/15;
28874, 367, WPX, Mandaree 30-31HW, Reunion Bay, t1/15; cum 7K 11/14; 
28906, 1,070, CLR, Margaurite 3-15H, Sanish, t3/15; cum 67K 7/15;

Saturday, January 31, 2015: 229 for the month; 229 for the quarter
27291, 495, EOG, Parshall 61-15H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 50K 11/14; 
27437, 1,204, EOG, Parshall 63-16H, Parshall, cum 68K 11/14; 
27438, 761, EOG, Parshall 64-16H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 63K 11/14; 
28522, 2,106, Petrogulf, Three Tribes 151-94-3H, Antelope, ICO, t12/14; cum 120K 7/15;
28548, 1,112, XTO, Schettler 14X-9C, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 6K 7/15;

Friday, January 30, 2015: 224 for the month; 224 for the quarter
27752, 836, Petro-Hunt, State of North Dakota 154-99-16A-5H, Stockyard Creek, producing; another well with an interesting production profile; t11/14; cum 54K 7/15;
28486, 1,241, Hess, HA-Dahl-152-95-0706H-7, Hawkeye, t3/15; cum 91K 7/15;
28775, 3,116, XTO, Ranger 21X-18C, Tobacco Garden, t6/15; cum 17K 7/15;

Thursday, January 29, 2015: 221 for the month; 221 for the quarter
27035, 441, EOG, Parshall 60-1509H, Parshall, t81/4; cum 86K 11/14;
27042, 519, EOG, Parshall 46-1004H, Parshall, t8/14; cum 105K 11/14;
28400, 55, Enduro, MRP 18-34, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t9/14; cum 3K 11/4;
28446, 297, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Getzlaf 36-25-158N-101W, Little Muddy, a Bakken well, t12/14; cum --
28563, 985, CLR, Bailey 6-24H1, Pershing, 4 sections, t8/15; cum 7K 7/15;
28678, 280, CLR, Bjella 4-13H, Northwest McGregor, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 21K 7/15;


Wednesday, January 28, 2015: 215 for the month; 215 for the quarter
27206, 277, EOG, Parshall 51-1114H, Parshall, another well with an interesting production profile, t8/14; cum 50K 11/14;
27424, 1,869, Whiting, Talkington Federal 41-25PH, Park, t8/14; cum 71K 11/14;
28549, 1,841, XTO, Schettler 14X-9G, Cedar Coulee, 1 section, t6/15; cum 9K 7/15;
28679, 517, CLR, Bjella 3-13H1, Northwest McGregor, 4 sections, t5/15; cum 30K 7/15;
28776, 1,505, XTO, Ranger 21X-18G, Tobacco Garden, t5/15; cum 12K 7/15;

Tuesday, January 27, 2015: 210 for the month; 210 for the quarter
27116, 845, EOG, Parshall 54-1014H, Parshall, t7/14; cum 40K 11/14;
27205, 1,205, EOG, Parshall 52-1114H, Parshall, t7/14; cum 57K 11/14;
27943, 341, Triangle, Eckert Foundation 152-102-22-15-9TFH, Elk, t8/14; cum 42K 11/14;
27944, 678, Triangle, Eckert Foudnation 152-102-22-15-3H, Elk, t8/14; cum 55K 11/14;
28591, 726, Zavanna, Simmental 2-11 1H, Long Creek, t6/15; cum 11K 7/15;
28614, 745, Samson Resources, Coronet 2413-8H, Ambrose, ICO, t2/15; cum 64K 7/15;
28900, SI/NC, Mountain Divide, BJNJ 19-18N-1H, Big Dipper, no production data,


Saturday, Sunday, Monday, January 24 - 26, 2015: 203 for the month; 203 for the quarter
18582, PNC, BR, Pacific Express 41-25H, Corral Creek,
19120, PNC, Newfield, Jorgenson Federal 2-4H, Lost Bridge,
19121, PNC, Newfield, Lost Bridge Federal 13-9H, Lost Bridge,
21972, PNC, Fram Operating, Goettle 1, wildcat,
22209, PNC, Petro-Hunt, Fritz 142-100-22C-23-1H,
24243, PNC, Statoil, Enderud 9-4 3TFH, Banks,
24586, PNC, Thunderbird Resources, Charlie State 21-16-1H, Charlie Bob,
24596, PNC, Bonneville 3625-1TFH, West Ambrose,
26162, PNC, Corinthian Exploration, Corinthian Sivertson 16-16-1H, a Spearfish well, wildcat,
27008, PNC, Slawson, Thor 4-31-30H, Tobacco Garden,
27009, PNC, Slawson, Phazor 4-1-12H, Bully,
27688, 170, Murex, Rebecca Ryleigh 21-16H, Writing Rock, t9/14; cum 17K 11/14;
27924, 105, OXY USA, Elroy Kadrmas 5-3-10H-143-96, Fayette, t7/14; cum 7K 11/14;
27942, 661, Triangle, Eckert Foundation 152-102-22-15-4H, Elk, t8/14; cum 47K 11/14;
28026, 315, Fidelity, Lonnie 11-14H, Sanish, t9/14; cum 43K 11/14;
28288, 1,844, BR, Shenandoah 24-36TFH, Keene, t4/14; cum 53K 6/15;
28289, 1,643 BR, Shenandoah 34-36MBH, Keene, t2/15; cum 103K 6/15;
28550, 1,991, XTO, Schettler 14X-9D, Cedar Coulee, t7/15; cum -- 
28562, 1,474, CLR, Bailey 5-24H, Pershing, t5/15; cum 30K 6/15; choked way back;
28592, 2,024, Zavanna, Simmental 2-11 2TFH, Long Creek, t5/15; cum 10K 6/15;
28615, 884, Samson Resources, Strom 2536-8H, Ambrose, t2/15; cum 67K 6/15;
28616, 708, Samson Resources, Ranchero 1918-2H, Ambrose, t2/15; cum 48K 6/15;
28617, 696, Samson Resources, Beetle 3031-3H, Ambrose, t2/15; cum 58K 6/15;
28632, 267, Hunt, Smoky Butte 160-100-17-20H-1, Smoky Butte,
28676, 79, Legacy Oil, Legacy Et Al Bernstein Barbot 12-8 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t8/14; cum 9K 11/14;
28680, 371, CLR, Bjella 2-13H, Northwest McGregor, t5/15; cum 45K 6/15;
28732, 50, Enduro, NSCU K-714-H2, Newburg, a Spearfish well, t9/14; cum 3K 11/14;
28821, 395, American Eagle, Skjermo 2-14-163-102, Skjermo, t10/14; cum 24K 11/14;
28934, 243, CLR, Nygaardsvold 1X-32H, Noonan, t11/14; cum 3K 11/14;

Friday, January 23, 2015: 173 for the month; 173 for the quarter
27637, 796, Hess, LK-Alwin-LW-147-97-1324H-1, Little Knife, 4 sections, t12/14; cum 200K 4/19;
28561, 759, CLR, Bailey 4-24H2, Pershing, no test date, cum 11K 9/15;
28593, 564, Zavanna, Simmental 2-11 3H, Long Creek, t5/15; cum 11K 6/15;
28631, 527, Hunt, Smoky Butte 160-100-8-5H-1, Smoky Butte, t10/14; cum 17K 11/14;
28641, 878, CLR, Boise 2-24H, Brooklyn, t2/15; cum 69K 6/15;
28887, 1,747, XTO, Johnson 24X-31EXH, Siverston, t3/15; cum 30K 6/15;

Thusday, January 22, 2015: 167 for the month; 167 for the quarter
26317, 1,443, Whiting, Ridl Federal 14-12PH, Zenith, t8/14; cum 43K 11/14;
27376, 1,578, Petro-Hunt, Sherven Trust 153-95-27D-6H, Charlson, t2/15; cum 70K 6/15;
28155, 1,784, XTO, Gilbertson 34X-26G, Charlson, t11/14; cum 8K 11/14;
28287, 2,285, BR, Shenandoah 24-36MBH, Keene, 30 stages; 3.5 million lbs, t1/15; cum 277K 4/19;

Wednesday, January 21, 2015: 163 for the month; 163 for the quarter
26309, 1,040, Hess, LK-Alwin-147-97-1324H-4, Little Knife, t12/14; cum --
26532, 1,508, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-1H, Westberg, t11/14; cum 22K 11/14;
28594, 1,676, Zavanna, Simmental 2-11 4TFH, Long Creek, t5/15; cum 28K 6/15;
28640, 801, CLR, Boise 3-24H1, Brooklyn, t2/15; cum 46K 6/15;
28741, 1,958, XTO, Johnson 24X-31A, Siverston, t3/15; cum 47K 6/15;
28798, 52, Enduro, SSU 22-11H, Stoneview, a Stonewall well, t11/14; cum --
28814, 918, CLR, Brooks 2-4H1, Pembroke, t12/14; cum 2K 11/14;

Tuesday, January 20, 2015: 156 for the month; 156 for the quarter
26533, 941, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-10H, Westberg, t11/14; cum19K 11/4;

Monday, January 19, 2015: 155 for the month; 155 for the quarter
26308, 729, Hess, LK-Alwin-147-97-1324H-5, Little Knife, no production data,
27375, 984, Petro-Hunt, Sherven Trsut 153-95-27D-5H, Charlson, t2/15; cum 70K 6/15;
28093, 504, Hess, GN-Earecen-159-98-2734H-1, Big Stone, t41/5; cum 29K 6/15;
28507, 871, Hunt, Alexandria 161-100-21-16H-1, Alexandria, t10/14; cum 16K 11/14;
28656, 873,  CLR, Topeka 6-12H1, Brooklyn, t12/14; cum 78K 6/15;
28742, 1,335, XTO, Johnson 24X-31E, Siverston, t3/15; cum 30K 6/15;
28816, 907, CLR, Brooks 3-4H, Pembroke, t12/14; cum --  

Sunday, January 18, 2015: 148 for the month; 148 for the quarter
27654, 1,088, Petro-Hunt, Jonsrud 151-96-4A-10-1HS, Clear Creek, t1/15; cum 92K 6/15;
28092, 459, Hess, GN-Njos-159-98-2635H-1, Big Stone, t3/15; cum 27K 6/15;
28361, IA/7, Enduro Operating, MRPSU 29-44, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t9/14; cum --
28657, 766, CLR, Topeka 7-12H, Brooklyn, t11/14; cum 5K 11/14;
28675, 68, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Bernstein Barbot 12-8H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t8/14; cum 8 11/14;
28708, 1,244, MRO, Brink 24-20TFH, Bailey, t3/15; cum 22K 6/15;

Saturday, January 17, 2015: 142 for the month; 142 for the quarter
26534, 1,155, Newfield, Rolfsrud State 152-96-29-32-2HZ, Westberg, t11/14; cum 14K 11/14;
27874, 1,064, Petro-Hunt, Wollan 152--96-27A-5H, Clear Creek, t11/14; cum 19K 11/14;
28025, 442, Fidelity, Donnie 11-14H, Sanish, t9/14; cum 32K 11/14;
28348, 1,920, BR, Copper Draw 41-27TFH, Johnson Corner, t3/15; cum 46K 6/15;
28358, 1,816, MRO, Reidun 21-27TFH, Bailey, t12/14; cum 72K 6/15;
28551, 1,057, XTO, HM Hove 34X-33C, West Capa, t3/15; cum 41K 6/15;
28743, 1,581, XTO, Johnson 24X-31F, Siverston, t3/15; cum 33K 6/15;

Friday, January 16, 2015: 135 for the month; 135 for the quarter
27468, 389, Crescent Point CPEUSC Matilda May 32-29-158-100, Church, a Bakken well, t11/14; cum 8K 11/14;
27914, 436, Slawson, Bootleg 6-14-15TFH, Stockyard Creek, t4/15; cum 23K 6/15;
28158, 2,052, MRO, Longoria USA 21-17H, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 16K 11/14;
28624, 876, CLR, Mildred 4-19H, Brooklyn, 40 stages, 6 million lbs, t12/14; cum 90K 7/15;
28625, 728, CLR, Mildred 5-19H1, Brooklyn, 40 stages; 8 million lbs, t12/14; cum 60K 7/15;
28864, 780, Hess, BW-Norgard-149-100-1102H-4, Ellsworth, t11/14; cum 17K 11/14;  

Thursday, January 15, 2015: 129 for the month; 129 for the quarter
28057, 45, Zargon, Zargon Mackobee Coulee 2HZ 9-21, Mackobee Coulee, a Madison well, t10/14; cum 3K 11/14;
28552, 1,302, XTO, HM Hove 34X-33G, West Capa, t3/15; cum 42K 6/15;
28731, 28, Enduro, NSCU K-74-H1, Newburg, a Spearfish/Charles well, t9/14; cum 2K 11/14;
28747, 2,592, Slawson, Jore Federal 2-12H, Clarks Creek, t9/14; cum 63K 11/14;

Wednesday, January 14, 2015: 125 for the month; 125 for the quarter
21963, 4,447, Bruin/HRC, Fort Berthold 148-95-26A-35-2H, Eagle Nest, t3/15; cum 496K 4/19;
27848, 144, OXY USA, Dakota Meyer 2-19-18H-143-97, Crooked Creek, t7/14; cum 10K 11/14;
27924, 105, OXY USA, Elroy Kadrmas 5-3-10H-143-96, Fayette, t7/14; cum 20K 6/15;
27979, 879, Emerald, Billy Ray Valentine 1-8-5H, Boxcar Butte, t7/14; cum 29K 11/14;
28064, 1,476, Oasis, Helling Trust Federal 5494 43-22 4B, Alkali Creek, 12K first nine days; then taken off-line; back on line 11/15; 27K 12/15 full month; cum 278K 4/19;
28538, 872, Hess, BW-Norgard-149-100-1102H-3, Ellsworth, t11/14; cum 24K 11/14;
28553, 1,580, XTO, HM Hove 34X-33D, West Capa, t3/15; cum K 6/15;
28625, 728, CLR, Mildred 5-19H1, Brooklyn,t12/14; cum 58K 6/15;


Tuesday, January 13, 2015: 117 for the month; 117 for the quarter
27069, 1,808, WPX, Good Voice 34-27HZ, Spotted Horn, t11/14; cum 14K 11/14;
27383, 1,438, XTO, Berquist 31X-2G, Garden, t1/15; cum 50K 6/15;
28022, 2,566, QEP, Moberg 2-20-21TH, Grail, t11/14; cum 157K 6/15;
28323, 917, Abraxas, Stenehjem 27-34-4H, North Fork, t12/14; cum 214K 4/19;
28459, 2,350, MRO, Otto 14-23H, Bailey, t11/14; cum 17K 11/14;
28537, 722, Hess, BW-Norgard-149-100-1102H-2, Ellsworth, t3/15; cum 40K 11/14;
28627, 569, CLR, Rennerfeldt 5-30H1, Brooklyn, t5/15; cum 28K 11/14;
28650, 1,701, XTO, HM Hove 34X-33H, West Capa, t2/15; cum 44K 11/14;

Monday, January 12, 2015: 109 for the month; 109 for the quarter
26413, 669, Whiting, Kubas 44-7PH, North Creek, t7/14; cum 21K 11/14;
28021, 2,529, QEP, Moberg 3-20-21BH, Grail, 36 stages; 9.6 million lbs, t11/14; cum 391K 4/19;
28043, dry, BR, Bullrush 21-10PH, Elidah, a Birdbear well,

Sunday, January 11, 2015: 106 for the month; 106 for the quarter
27068, 502, WPX, Good Voice 34-27HD, Spotted Horn, t11/14; cum 8K 11/14;
27657, 2,539, QEP, Johnson 3-9-4BH, Grail, t2/15; cum 98K 4/15;
27828, 1,221, CLR, Jersey 25-6H, Alkali Creek, 4 sections, s7/14; t5/15; cum 36K 11/14;
27978, 637, Emerald, Billy Ray Vlentine 2-8-5H, Boxcar Butte, t7/14; cum 21K 11/14;
28349, 75, Enduro, MMU 31-31-H1, Mohall, a Madison well, t9/14; cum 6K 11/14; very interesting production profile early on;
28626, 904, CLR, Rennerfeldt 4-30H, Brooklyn, t5/15; cum 36K 6/15;

Saturday, January 10, 2015: 100 for the month; 100 for the quarter
23697, 211, Petro-Hunt, Maruskie 159-94-3B-10-1H, North Tioga, t11/14; cum 6K 11/14;
27441, 446, EOG, Parshall 65-14H, Parshall, short lateral, gas up to 3,000 units, 25 stages; 7.6 million lbs; t7/14; cum 64K 11/14;
27482, 735, Newfield, Gariety 150-99-36-25-4H,  Siverston, t10/14; cum 28K 11/14;
28020, 2,325, QEP, Moberg 3-20-21TH, Grail, t11/14; cum 21K 11/14;
28151, 642, Hess, BW-Sorenson-149-99-1324H-5, Cherry Creek, t12/14; cum --
28322, 950, Abraxas, Stenehjem 27-34-3H, North Fork, t12/14; cum 85K 4/15;
28665, 1,974, QEP, Johnson 3-9-4TH, Grail, 37 stages; 9,3 million lbs, t2/15; cum 344K 4/19;
28746, 708, EOG, Wayzetta 53-3334HX, Parshall, t12/14; cum 43K 4/15; off-line part of each month; 
28747, 2,592, Slawson, Jore federal 2-12H, Clarks Creek, t9/14, cum 63K 11/14;
29008, 1,908, XTO, David Federal 21X-20F, Lost Bridge, t8/15; cum 216K 4/19;

Friday, January 9, 2015: 90 for the month; 90 for the quarter
27070, 1,892, WPX, Good Voice 34-27HB, Spotted Horn, t11/14; cum 24K 11/14;
27442, 394, EOG, Parshall 66-14H, Parshall, 1 section, 19 stages; 5.8 million lbs, t7/14; cum 62K 11/14;
27786, 724, XTO, Ernest 31X-19D, Haystack Butte, t1/15; cum 15K 4/15;
28087, 807, Hess, BW-Sorenson-149-99-1324H-4, Cherry Creek, t12/14; cum 8K 11/14;
28130, 2,318, QEP, Moberg 1-18BH, Grail, t8/14; cum 93K 11/14;
28131, 1,546, QEP, Moberg 2-18BH, Grail, t8/14; cum 71K 11/14;
28204, 73, Whiting, Gajewski 31-18TFH, Lonesome, t7/14; cum 22K 11/14;
28272, 2,685, BR, Copper Draw 11-27TFH, ULW, Pershing, t11/14; cum 35K 4/15;
28396, 754, XTO, Ernest Federal 31X-19G, Haystack Butte, t2/15; cum 16K 4/15; choked back


Thursday, January 8, 2015: 81 for the month; 81 for the quarter
24774, 823, Oasis, Marlene 5501 14-1T, Cow Creek, t7/14; cum 27K 11/14;
24775, 1,304, Oasis, Herb 5501 14-1B, Cow Creek, t7/14; cum 23K 11/14;
26458, 1,374, EOG, Wayzetta 45-0311H, Parshall, Bakken NOS, 1920 acres, geologist's narrative and frack data N/A, t6/14; cum 217K 11/14;
26899, 369, Oasis, Delta 6093 24-15 ST, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 17K 11/14;
26994, 586, Oasis, Emerald 5603 43-10 2B, Bull Butte, t10/14; cum 9K 11/14;
26995, 701, Oasis, Ross 5603 43-10 2B, Bull Butte, t10/14; cum 10K 11/14;
27011, 162, Oasis, State 5792 31-15 6T2, Cottonwood, a T2 well, not particularly noteworthy, t8/14; cum 6K 11/14;
27012, 177, Oasis, State 5792 31-15 5T, Cottonwood, a big well for Cottonwood, T1, t8/14; cum 73K 4/19;
27108, 1,469, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42 31 8B, Banks, t8/14; cum 259K 4/19;
27111, 1,071, Oasis, Hagen Banks 5298 42-31 5B, Banks, t7/14; cum 233K 4/19;
27223, 1,030, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 8B,  Alger, erratic production, t8/14; cum 107K 9/15;
27224, IA/95, Oasis, Mallard 5692 31-22 11T2, Alger, Three Forks, 2nd bench, in July, 2014, 12 stages, 1.8 million lbs; in October, 2014, 24 stages, 3.1 million lbs; t10/14; cum 3K 4/15; on-line for 20 days over 10 months; last produced in November, 2014; produced 46 bbls one day in May, 2015; produced 46 bbls one day in July, 2015; still offline as of 4/19;
27463, 147, Oasis, Shaw 6092 11-236B, Cottonwood, t10/14; cum 9K 11/14;
27464, 103, Oasis, Shaw 6092 11-23 5T2, Cottonwood, a T2 well, t10/14; cum 6K 11/14;
27598, 1,158, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 43-18 4T2, Alger, a T2 well, t8/14; cum 24K 9/15;
27599, 1,754, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 43-18 8B, Alger, t8/14; cum 32K 11/14;
27602, 1,677, Oasis, Oasis Meiers 5692 43-18 5B, Alger, t7/14; cum 191K 4/17;
27614, 1,049, Oasis, Andre Shepherd 5501 31-8 7T, Missouri Ridge, t12/14; cum 23K 4/15;
27641, 1,488, Oasis, Holmes 5501 11-5 3B, Tyrone, a big well for the Tyrone, t11/14; cum 5K 11/14;
27678, 355, Oasis, Delta 6093 44-15 7B, Gros Ventre, t8/14; cum 26K 11/14;
28019, 2,590, QEP, Moberg 4-20-21BH, Grail, t11/14; cum 133K 4/15;
28145, 410, Oasis, Delta 6093 44-15 6T, Gros Ventre, t9/14; cum 30K 11/14;
28252, DRY, Oasis, Chalmers Wade Federal 5300 44-24 12TX, Baker, surface casing problems; plugged;
28273, 2,445, BR, Copper Draw 11-27MBH, Johnson Corner, 4 sections, t10/14; cum 384K 4/19;
28310, 48, Enduro, MRPSU 19-41, Mouse River Park, a Madison well, t8/14; cum  4K 6/15;
28342, 951, Oasis, Chalmers 5301 44-24 2TR, Baker, t12/14; cum 32K 4/15; choked way back;
28376, dry, Armstrong Operating, First Creek 1, a Tyler well, wildcat, no production data, two miles directly north of Amidon (12-153-101) where Tyler wells are being drilled; about 8 miles southwest of Rocky Ridge where Tyler wells are being drilled.
28606, 637, Newfield, Gariety 150-99-36-25-11H, Siverston, t10/14; cum 24K 11/14;
28666, 2,341, QEP, Johnson 4-9-4BH, Grail, t2/15; cum 135K 4/15;

Wednesday, January 7, 2015: 52 for the month; 52 for the quarter
20541, TA/60 (no typo), EOG, Wayzetta 114-0311H, Parshall, Three Forks, 1920 acres, 51 stages; 16 million lbs, t6/14; cum 7K 9/15; choked way back; went inactive 4/15; Active as of 8/15 for one day; then off-line/IA again
22323, 181, Crescent point, CPEUSC Makowsky 31-30-158N-99W, Ellisville, t10/14; cum 15K 11/14;
24354, 949, CLR, Sutton 2-10H, Oliver, t11/14; cum 14K 11/14;
25055, 288, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Dressler 36-25-158N-100W, Dublin, t9/14; cum 29K 11/14;
26207, 209, Murex, Dwight Ludwig 13-24H, Writing Rock, t11/14; cum 3K 11/14;
26216, 1,440, EOG, Wayzetta 43-0311H, Parshall, 51 stages; 15.8 million lbs; required anti-collision due to existing Wayzetta 9-03H (#16991 -- see production profile below); 10-foot target window; during the drilling, conditions average a temperature of -25 degrees with blizzard-like conditions, effecting drilling operations, 1920 acres, t6/14; cum 145K 11/14;
28182, 1,203, Hess, HA-Rolfsrud-152-96-1720H-6, Westberg, t3/15; cum 41K 4/15;
28397, 519, XTO, Ernest 31X-19H, Haystack Butte, t2/15; cum 15K 4/15;
28431, 293, Zavanna, Tomahawk 10-3 3H, East Fork, t11/15, cum 10K 1/16; barely getting started;
28455, 869, CLR, Debrecen 2-3H1, Bell, t2/15; cum 23K 4/15;
28712, 1,370, WPX, Martin Rox 20-17HW, Mandaree, t11/14 cum 252K 4/19;

Tuesday, January 6, 2015: 41 for the month; 41 for the quarter
23803, 1,301, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-1B-7-3H, Charlson, t11/14; cum 277K 4/19;
26850, 1,861, QEP, Otis 4-28-33BHR, Grail, t7/14; cum 428K 5/18;
27481, 955, Newfield, Gariety 150-99-36-25-5H, Siverston, t10/14; cum 158K 5/18;
27510, 1,201, Newfield, Syverson 150-99-36-25-3H,  Siverston, t9/14 cum 150K 5/18;
27657, 2,539, QEP, Johnson 3-9-4BH, Grail, t2/15; cum 406K 5/18; a really nice well;
28236, dry, CLR, Nygaardsvold 1-32H, Noonan, surface casing problems; will re-drill;
28274, 2,485, BR, Lillibridge 11-27MBH NH, Johnson Corner, t10/14; cum 218K 5/18;
28321, 788, Abraxas, Stenehjem 27-34-2H, North Fork, t12/14; cum 138K 5/18;
28518, 70, Legacy, Legacy Et Al Wunderlich 5-8 2H, Red Rock, a Spearfish well, t8/14; cum 27K 5/18;
28667, 2,106, QEP, Johnson 8-5-9-4LL, Grail, t2/15; cum 345K 4/19;

Monday, January 5, 2015: 31 for the month; 31 for the quarter
22821, 1,299, CLR, Antelope 2-23H, Elm Tree, t12/14; cum 632K 4/19; another really nice well; off line 3/18 - 4/18; see this post;

24541, 1,113, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 21-14 CL PH, Park, 2 sections, t7/14; cum 108K 5/18;
24542, 1,176, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 11-14PH, Park, t7/14; cum 109K 5/18;
24821, 1,236, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 14-11PH, Park, t7/14; cum 114K 5/18;; needs to be re-fracked;
27640, 605, Emerald, Billy Ray Valentine 3-8-5H, Boxcar Butte, t7/14; cum 118K 5/18;
28713, 643, WPX, Martin Fox 20-17HF, Mandaree, t10/14; cum 393K 4/19; a really nice well;

Sunday, January 4, 2015: 25 for the month; 25 for the quarter
24830, 2,542, Whiting, Pronghorn Federal 44-11PH, Park, t7/14; cum 241K 5/18;
26254, 673, SM Energy, Oakland Federal 1-1H, Cartwright, t12/14; cum 139K 5/18;
27384, 1,844, XTO, Berquist 31X-2D, Garden, t1/15; cum 186K 5/18;
28071, 1,628, Petro-Hunt, Sorenson 152-96-24C-13-2HR, Union Center, t10/14; cum 336K 4/19;
28264, 5, Denbury Onshore, CHSU 24-23NH 15, Cedar Hills, unitized, a South Red River B well, t8/14; cum 147K 5/18;
28607, 483, Newfield, Syverson 150-99-36-25-10H, Siverston, t10/14, cum 112K 5/18;

Saturday, January 3, 2015: 19 for the month; 19 for the quarter
25004, 192, CLR, Joanne 2-7H, Sadler, no IP, s7/14; cum 116K 5/18;
27208, 2,262, Petro-Hunt, USA 153-95-4B-8-2HS, Charlson, t12/14; cum 599K 4/19;
27509, 1,222, Newfield, Syverson 150-99-36-25-2H, Siverston, t10/14; cum 178K 5/18;
27929, 355, Resource Energy Can-Am/American Eagle, Eli 8-1E-163-102, Colgan, pt9/14; cum 129K 5/18;
28007, dry, Oasis, Straw Pow 5602 42-17, Bull Butte, a Birdbear well; dry;
28180, 1,122, Hess, HA-Rolfsrud-152-96-1720H-4, Westberg, t3/15; cum 142K 5/18;
28620, 574, Slawson, Mooka 6-29-20TFH, Big Bend, t10/14; cum 124K 5/18;
 
Friday, January 2, 2015: 12 for the month; 12 for the quarter
22820, 1,240, CLR, Antelope 1-23H2, Elm Tree, t12/14; cum 546K 4/19;
24917, 1,173, Petro-Hunt, State of North Dakota 154-99-16B-4H, Stockyard Creek, t10/14; cum 151K 5/18;
28179, 1,356, Hess, HA-Rolfsrud-152-96-1720H-3, Westberg, t3/15; cum 214K 4/19;
28181, 1,311, Hess, HA-Rolfsrud-152-96-1720H-5, Westberg, 36 stages; 2.4 millions lbs, t4/15; cum 214K 4/19;
28432, 1,734, Zavanna, Tomahawk 10-3 3H, East Fork, t11/15; cum 285K 4/19;

Thursday, January 1, 2015
: 7 for the month; 7 for the quarter
26640, IAW/347, EOG, Austin 48-3130H, Parshall, Bakken NOS, t6/14; cum 94K 5/18; offline as of 1/15;
26645, 445, EOG, Austin 66-3130H, Stanley, Bakken NOS, 43 stages; 13 million lbs, t4/14; cum 289K 5/18;
26646, 737, EOG, Burke 46-3130H, Stanley, Bakken NOS, 38 stages; 11.3 million lbs, t4/14; cum 149K 5/18;
26647, 636, EOG, Burke 45-3130H, Stanley, Bakken NOS, 2 sections; 32 stages; 9.8 million lbs; t4/14; cum 188K 5/18;
27094, 918, EOG, Wayzetta 47-35H, Parshall, t4/14; Bakken NOS, 1 section, 25 stages; 7.5 million lbs; cum 242K 5/18;
27095, 525, EOG, Wayzetta 48-35H, Parshall, Bakken NOS, 1 section; 20 stages; 6 million lbs, t5/14; cum 146K 5/18;
27194, 504, EOG, Austin 86-36H, Parshall, Bakken NOS, 1 section, 20 stages, 6.3 million lbs, t6/14; cum 140K 5/18;