Fourteen (14) new permits --
- Operators: CLR (7), Hess (4), EOG (3),
- Fields: Sanish (Mountrail), Parshall (Mountrail), Big Gulch (Dunn)
Thirteen (13) producing wells completed:
- 26199, 380, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 2TFH, Springbrook, t12/14; cum --
- 26200, 772, Zavanna, Beagle 32-29 3H, Springbrook, t12/14; cum --
- 26254, 673, SM Energy, Oakland Federal 1-1H, Cartwright, t12/14; cum --
- 27262, 1,421, Emerald Oil, Talon 5-9-4H, Charbonneau, t12/14; cum --
- 27300, 852, Zavanna, Husky 33-28 8TFH, Williston, t1/15; cum --
- 27355, 1,241, XTO, Thompson 41X-17MB3, Charlson, t12/14; cum --
- 27362, 661, Emerald, Slugger 6-16-21H, Charbonneau, t12/14; cum --
- 27363, 844, Emerald, Talon 6-9-4H, Charbonneau, t1/15; cum --
- 27428, 839, WPX, Roggenbuck 4-9HX, Van Hook, t12/14; cum --
- 28051, 1,412, Oasis, Shepherd Andre 5501 14-5 4B, Missouri Ridge, four sections, t12/14; cum --
- 28082, 739, CLR, Franklin 3-29H, Stoneview, t1/15; cum --
- 28342, 951, Oasis, Chalmers 5301 44-24 2TR, Baker, t12/14; cum --
- 28450, 715, Slawson, Blade Federal 1-18MLH, Big Bend, t10/14; cum 20K 11/14;
Emerald Oil renewed four permits, all in McKenzie County ( #27483 - #27486, Joel Goodsen (2), and Dudley Dawson Federal (2).
Oasis will be changing target on two wells: #28701, from TF to MB; and, #30169, from T2 to T1.
It's Not Ice Age Now: It's A Polar Plunge
The Washington Post is reporting:
As of Thursday, ice covered 34.1 percent of the Great Lakes, up from just 5.6 percent on Jan. 1, and 10.8 percent on Jan. 5 — the first day of a polar plunge that gripped most of the eastern U.S. for days to come.
“Last year, the Great Lakes were 21.2 percent ice-covered on Jan. 14, making this year’s ice cover 13 percent higher to date. If you recall, below-average temperatures were persistent from mid-January onward in the winter of 2014, leading to the second highest ice coverage on record at 92.2 percent on March 6, 2014.”If I recall from my days growing up in North Dakota, there was a polar plunge every year about this time. We called it "winter" back then, but apparently for the warmists cold weather is out of the ordinary, and thus, a "polar plunge" is how it is described.
For the warmists, there will be but one season: warm to hot, with an occasional polar plunge.
For the rest of us: spring, summer, autumn, winter.