Monday, November 5, 2018

Random Update Of An Oasis Spratley Well -- November 5, 2018

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There is no evidence that this well has been re-fracked. The Spratley wells are tracked here.

At risk of beating a dead horse:
But not only that, this well did something we are not supposed to see in a well. After declining production all of a sudden this well had a huge jump in production. The "peak oil" folks / conventional oil folks tell us that is not supposed to happen during primary production.

Apparently this is not seen in conventional oil wells. I don't know. I never followed the oil industry until I started following the Bakken. But reading the peak oil blogs, it's my impression that jumps in production once a well starts to decline is not generally seen. 
Whatever. 
The well:
  • 19946, 1,474, Oasis, Spratley 5494 34-13H, Alkali Creek, Bakken, t11/11; cum 604K 9/18;
Recent production:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN9-20181638204681569235228752487
BAKKEN8-20183199119369122071348312647526
BAKKEN7-2018311253312642156831698716467210
BAKKEN6-201830116411177815963144571412532
BAKKEN5-20183012544124761971031052154651
BAKKEN4-201830136301379224382328519471038
BAKKEN3-201831162741616032399425327571186
BAKKEN2-20182010253977726971403126751156
BAKKEN1-201827749683292725613237012967
BAKKEN12-201729872478423868613508013218
BAKKEN11-20170000000
BAKKEN10-20170000000
BAKKEN9-2017128821443465180601676
BAKKEN8-20173127932436790505504755
BAKKEN7-20173127963118830505304753
BAKKEN6-20173026932403688487804578
BAKKEN5-201731334435601240694106631
BAKKEN4-201730323234881135579505495
BAKKEN3-20173134053544923523549250
BAKKEN2-20172830182430946541140031128

6 comments:

  1. Dead horse is now beaten into dust and blowing away in the wind.

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    1. I was afraid of that. I was on a roll updating a lot of wells, and the production profiles simply blew me away.

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    2. I find this interesting as well.... People who are not interested in this phenomenon can just scroll on down... problem solved!!

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    3. Thank you. I appreciate that. Several months ago I wanted to quit doing this; there were just too many examples, but then I read a "peak oil" blog and they just don't seem to "get' tight oil. And then one thing led to another and another and I couldn't quit.

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  2. I think Bruce is aware by now that I am the joker of his blog.

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    1. Yes, very much so. I moderate the comments very closely and only the "favored" get their comments posted. LOL. But, wow, I learn a lot from my readers.

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