Tuesday, December 18, 2018

The CPEUSC Makowsky Wells In Far Northwest Corner Of North Dakota

I would have to go back and look at the "original" map of the "hot spots" in the Bakken, but I've never considered this area (far northwest North Dakota) to be a "hot spot," or a Tier 1 region of the Bakken. I'm not even sure it would have qualified as a Tier 2 location several years ago. But look at what CPEUSC is doing in this area. These wells are hitting 100,000 bbls in less than eight months.  

This goes hand-in-hand (or hand-in-glove) with recent announcement by another driller that it has also expanded its core position in the Bakken because the wells have gotten that much better.

If, in fact, this area turns out to be a great spot in the Bakken:
  • it certainly expands the Bakken;
  • it tells me how much better the completion strategies are;
  • it tells me how much the geologists have learned about the geology;
  • it tells me how far the roughnecks have come (with regard to experience)
The wells:
  • 32901, 64, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Makowsky 6-31-30-158N-99W, Ellisville, t2/18; cum 90K 10/18;
  • 32900, 
  • 32898, 86, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Makowsky 5-31-30-158N-99W TFH, Ellisville, t2/18; cum 86K 10/18;
  • 31669, 86, Crescent Point, CPEUSC Makowsky 2-31-30-158N-99W, Ellisville, t2/18; cum 107K 10/18;
  • 31472, 58 (no typo), Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Makowsky 3-31-30-158N-99W, Ellisville, t2/18; cum 95K 10/18; 
  • 31471, 47 (no typo), Crescent Point, CPEUSC Makowsky 4-31-30-158N-99W,  Ellisville, a middle Bakken well; t2/18; cum 145K 10/18;  
  • 22323, 181, Crescent Point Energy, CPEUSC Makowsky 31-30-158N-99W, Ellisville, t10/14; cum 152K 10/18;
The graphics:


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