Thursday, September 14, 2017

Wells I No Longer Follow -- September 14, 2017

This is simply some housekeeping. Nothing new here. This has all been posted before. The page where this came from was getting too long. These are wells that I was watching for some reason or other; once I saw what I wanted to see, I "closed" them out.

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July 31, 2017: #16459, MRO, Oscar Stohler 41-4H, recent off-line; highly successful re-frack; tested 9/12/18, with a "new" IP of 1,443, 45 stages; 5.4 million lbs sand;

August 1, 2017: #17089, Bridger 44-14H. 3-well pad; two wells fracked 4/17; see effect it had on #17089. See update on #17089.

March 1, 2017: were neighboring wells fracked to drive this increase in production in 12/16 - 1/17? #19548. Tracked here.  And here. Update: July 18, 2017: still no FracFocus report or anything in the file report to suggest this well was re-fracked. Original frack back in 2011, 24 stages, 2.4 million lbs.

March 17, 2017: XTO's #30834, only 10 stages, 2 million lbs; is there an explanation? At same point check all those "lousy" wells: 30834; 31596; 31609; 31597; and, 32151. Updated: lousy IPs but when they finally began to produce they were all great wells

December 5, 2016: check up on Flatland Federal / Tarpon Federal wells. Were they all taken off line while #30775 was re-worked/re-fracked? Sundry form/completion form says CLR will resume fishing operations 1Q16. Was this delayed; as of 12/16, no update in the file report.

February 15, 2017: CLR's Anna well pad; a reader asked about them; reader thinks he's not getting full answers from CLR; all wells are SI/NC, but sundry form suggests CLR planned to complete them 1/17, but no evidence yet that is occurring. #30157, #30156, #30155, #30154, #32969, #32968, #32967, #32966. Watch for #23279 coming off-line -- that will be hint that wells are about to be fracked. [Update, #23279 came off-line 1/17.][Update, #23279 back on-line; other wells have been fracked. See this link.] Check in a few months to see if production changed for #23279. Update, 6/17: huge jump; see this post. October 2, 2017: all wells on line; looks like fracking complete; newer well and older wells on line and producing.

February 4, 2017: check the Florida wells when they start reporting; #28800. Huge (4/17). Update here

October 13, 2016: Whiting took all of its wells in Twin Valley off-line the entire month of August, 2016; no explanation; all back on line, and most are incredible wells;

June 25, 2016: CLR re-frack in the Rattlesnake Point oilfield. #17089. Update: this well was taken off-line 7/16; getting ready for a re-frack? Recent sundry form says they are getting ready to drill more wells in this area -- was that reason for coming off-line? API: 33-025-00731. FracFocus does not show this well as having been fracked. Now inactive; still inactive as of 5/17. Active as of 6/17; small production, one day, 6/17. Then, 2,000 bbls over 5 days in 7/17; fracked; completed, tested 8/10/2017 with an IP of 1,344; 40 stages; 14.3 million lbs; cum 363K 3/19;

April 18, 2015: TA/Amber Renee, #18408, went inactive 1/14 after huge drop in production; did something happen on a work-over; did putting in a pump cause a problem? TA; October, 2014, file report has sundry forms talking about a re-drill;

April 18, 2015: will they ever get this well working?
  • 22544, AB/TA/56, Lime Rock/OXY USA, Kary 2-24-13H-144-97, no evidence this has been fracked; t2/13; cum 1K 2/15; I thought this well would be plugged, but it's back on active status; problems running the liner; wanted to re-work the well starting o/a December 19, 2013; absolutely no production since 3/14; updated 3/19 -- no production.

March 20, 2015: 17-well, 2-pad site. On March 27, 2016, it was noted that at least six more locations in this section have been added. Now 34 wells sited in this section. 

December 24, 2014: three huge Whiting wells (#27520, #27521, #27522). These three huge wells went off-line in August, 2016. Production updates. Back on line as of 9/16. Huge jump in production 11/16; no explanation (FracFocus or NDIC sundry form). See this post, 3/19.

December 17, 2014: I noted this well on the MRO likely-to-be-refracked wells to have been taking off-line in early January, 2014; curious when it will go back on line:
  • 19375, A/AB/IA/308, MRO, Gertrude Tuhy 34-24H, Chimney Butte, Bakken, 14 stages; 2 million lbs; t3/11; cum 51K 3/19; last production of any note 1/14; six days of production in April, 2015; back on line as of April, 2015; full month of production May, 2015; full month, 6/15; noted in 11/15 to be inactive; noted to be AB, 12/16; but now back on line, 9/18;
December 9, 2014: just noticed that this one went inactive in August, 2014; track the well here.
  • 20398, 1,313 825 115 (corrected), Gadeco, Golden 25-36H, Epping, Bakken, t6/12; cum 190K 3/19; IA as of 8/14; back on status for one month, 12/14, but then off-line all of 1/15; now listed as A, 2/15. Off-line 11/15, and then back on-line 3/16 but only 3 - 6 days each month through 6/16. Two IPs provided; not explained why; t6/12; installed new ESP after it quit working 4/16; July 18, 2016; back on status, 2/15;A API 33-105-02135; FracFocus: no report that this well has been fracked. No stimulation reports in the file. On-line only 2 days 12/16; off-line since; last checked 3/17; remains off-line since 12/16 and before that off-line much of the time. Back on status 4/17; and a good well?
December 3, 2014: the operator wants to re-enter the Amber Renee (#18408). Noted on January 27, 2016, to be AB (abandoned). Now TA as of 3/16; sundry form March 8, 2016 -- original well bore plugged; "future use of of the wellbore will be to sidetrack and complete new lateral once commodity prices improve." Operator requests Amber Renee 25-36H be granted TA status for one (1) year. 

November 17, 2014
Statoil's Brown wells will be their first crack at cemented liners and increased frac stages. Will be interesting to see the difference. [ 27003, 27004, 27005, 27006, 28733, older wells: 20790, 18760. Reviewed March, 2015 (most recent data 1/15); still need time to compare; something going on -- 9/16; most of these wells with minimal production for one month -- something going on in the area?;
October 17, 2014:
  • 22166, 48 (no typo), CLR/Samson Resources, Outback 25-36-162-97H, Bluffton, 23 stages, 725K lbs, July, 2012; 35 stages, 650K lbs, August 12; something doesn't make sense; t9/12; cum 30K 3/19; was taken off-line 4/17 and placed on IA status. Back on status one month later; still a lousy well. 3/19.
August 26, 2014: from e-mail received this date, wondering when Hess would be pad drilling on wells with file numbers #17141 and #16911. One well now, but no new permits in either section. I track #17141 here.  3/19.

June 6, 2017: #13428, no new data, Rim Operating, Skurdal 6-24, Hardscrabble oil field, Red River and Stonewall, a recompletion; nothing remarkable; maybe check up on this in a year or so; the Duperow looks like a dud, 10/18. Remains IA, 3/19.

May 7, 2015: will this well be abandoned or start up again after the price of oil recovers?
#7614, A/AB/IA/712, Deep Creek Adventures Co, Signalness Federal 2-10, cum 280K 6/15; (Duperow) (5/15 -- I don't see the "AB" designation); vertical; Lost Bridge; back on-line as of 4/15; but then off-line as of 7/15; now AB noted 3/17;

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