Wednesday, August 2, 2017

A Random Look At Slawson's Wolf Well In Van Hook (Big Bend), #17505 -- August 2, 2017

On/about April 15, 2016, Slawson requested to place this well on the TA (temporary abandon) list for economic reasons, saying it would bring the well back to active (A) status once economic conditions improved. The NDIC denied the request on/about May, 2016. Check to see what happened next.

This well was shut-in for 24 months or so, before finally coming back on line.
  • 17505, 309, Slawson, Wolf 1-4H, Van Hook (I believe this is an error; it looks like it is in Big Bend); t7/09; cum 198K 6/17; API: 33-061-00823.
Bees Back From The Brink

That's the theme of the Bloomberg article. Things aren't quite that simple, but here's the lede:
The number of U.S. honeybees, a critical component to agricultural production, rose in 2017 from a year earlier, and deaths of the insects attributed to a mysterious malady that’s affected hives in North America and Europe declined, according a U.S. Department of Agriculture honeybee health survey released Tuesday.

The number of commercial U.S. honeybee colonies rose 3 percent to 2.89 million as of April 1, 2017 compared with a year earlier, the Agriculture Department reported. The number of hives lost to Colony Collapse Disorder, a phenomenon of disappearing bees that has raised concerns among farmers and scientists for a decade, was 84,430 in this year’s first quarter, down 27 percent from a year earlier. Year-over-year losses declined by the same percentage in April through June, the most recent data in the survey.

Still, more than two-fifths of beekeepers said mites were harming their hives, and with pesticides and other factors still stressing bees, the overall increase is largely the result of constant replenishment of losses, the study showed.
No comment. I get it.

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