First the graphic:
- 18514,672, MRO, Howard USA 11-1H, Reunion Bay, 15 stages, 2.5 million lbs, t6/10; cum 466K 6/17; still producing 3,000+ bbls/month;
- 21458, 1,597, MRO, Tara Jo USA 34-12H, Reunion Bay, 30 stages, 2 million lbs, t1/13; cum 411K 6/17; still producing 2,500 bbls/month;
- 23176, 1,490, MRO, Tara Jo USA 34-12TFH, Reunion Bay, 30 stages, 1.8 million lbs, t1/13; cum 350K 6/17; still producing almost 3,000 bbls/month;
- look at the incredible production of these three wells; two of them four years old; one, seven years old and approaching the 500K mark (yes, #23176 has a way to go)
- MRO has (had?) an aggressive re-fracking program
- depending which way the confidential wells run, could be great impact on these wells
- all three meet conditions for re-fracking
- all in the 4 - 10 year window since the original frack
- located in a "good" oil field in the Bakken
- all were fracked with relatively small amounts of sand
- in one case, number of stages very low for a long lateral; the other two with "moderate" number of stages
- great wells to begin with
- could neighboring multiple, high-intensity fracks negate need for re-fracks?
- might MRO go with mini-re-fracks during a work-over?