Monday, November 21, 2016

Random Photos Of Activity On A Bakken Pad -- November 21, 2016

One of the five wells:
  • 31607, 1,289, Oasis, Roflson N 5198 11-17 3T, Siverston, 36 stages, 3.9 million lbs, small and large proppant, t8/16; cum 199K 6/17; 
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A trucker was nice enough to send some great photos of activity on a well pad in the Bakken. The wells, I believe, are still on the confidential list. There are six wells commingled into a single battery. Apparently, "runs" are averaging 225 bbls / hour (from the six wells). It will be interesting to see the IPs and frack data once that becomes available.

Although these wells are still on the confidential, some information was available before they went on the confidential list. That information will be placed below the photos. 

Apparently these wells have been at this rate for the past two months; all six similarly over-pressured. 

A couple things that caught my attention in the photos:
  • amazingly clean pads; not a sign of a single drop of spilled oil;
  • more than one truck in line to service these wells; 
  • how new the trucks and trailers look; and,
  • look how incredibly "clean" the Bakken oil looks; it could probably be used without refining in Willie Nelson's bus
Every time I've been on a Bakken pad, and I have been on many, I am struck by the "clean" condition they are in. That also goes for CBR terminals. In fact, it is quite unusual to find a regulated industrial site in the Bakken that is not in excellent condition.

Well #1, Three Forks:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Well #2, middle Bakken:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Well #3, Three Forks:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Well #4, middle Bakken:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Well #5, Three Forks, #31607:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

Well #6, middle Bakken:

DateOil RunsMCF Sold

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