Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Newfield Wisness Well With History Of Jump In Production Without Re-Frack -- September 25, 2018

Not re-fracked.

Note production profile:

The well:
  • 17345, 902, Newfield, Wisness 1-4H, Westberg, t3/09; cum 427K 7/18; taken off line for less than a month, off and on prior to the jump in production/
And, of course, it was this well that was fracked 8/13 that accounts for the jump in production.:
  • 24747, 1,511, Newfield, Anderson Federal 152-96-9-4-10H, Westberg, a long lateral running north, t8/13; cum 258K 7/18:

Huge Jump In A Well That Was Not Re-Fracked -- A BR CCU Corral Creek Well -- September 25, 2018

Not re-fracked, according to FracFocus.

Recent production:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

The well:
  • 24980, 2,894, BR, CCU Corral Creek 41-28MBH, Corral Creek, t10/13; cum 276K 10/18;

Huge Jump In Production In Well That Has Not Been Re-Fracked -- September 25, 2018

For newbies: this is going on across the Bakken, and over time it will become even more commonplace. No one is talking about it, but it's a big, big deal. 

I've talked about the BR Dodge wells in Dimmick Lake previously; for example, here; and, here. It's possible I've posted this recent production data but I don't recall. FracFocus has not record that this well has been re-fracked; in addition, the last sundry form was received in 2015. In other words, this well has not been re-fracked. Recent production data:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

The well:
  • 17200, 829, BR, Dodge 1-17H, Dimmick Lake, t6/08; cum 288K 7/18;
Production after initial frack back in 2008:

ONEOK To Increase Natural Gas Processing In The Williston Basin -- September 25, 2018


September 27, 2018: the story also in the Bismarck Tribune:
Oneok plans to construct Demicks Lake II in McKenzie County, adding 200 million cubic feet per day of processing capacity.
Demicks Lake I, which also will have a capacity of 200 million cubic feet per day, is under construction but expected to reach capacity soon after it’s complete, Terry Spencer, Oneok president and CEO, said in a news release.

That increased the need for the Demicks Lake II plant, a $410 million project.
"Additional natural gas gathering and processing capacity in the Williston Basin is critical to supporting record-setting crude oil and natural gas production in North Dakota and helping producers meet regional natural gas capture targets," Spencer said.
Original Post 

A reader just sent me the link to this press release; I would have missed it. A big "thank you" to the reader.

ONEOK announces additional NGL fractionation, pipeline capacity and natural gas porcessing: Texas, North Dakota, and mid-continent:
  • North Dakota:
    • a new 200-million cubic feet per day (MMcf/d) natural gas processing facility; the Demicks Lake II plant
    • $410 million project
    • to be completed by 1Q20
    • upon completion, ONEOK's Williston Basin natural gas processing capacity: more than 1.4 billion cubic feet per day (about 235,000 boepd) 
    • North Dakota gas plants are tracked here ; note: the Demicks Lake II plant is not yet shown on the linked data base (see below)
  • Texas: 
    • a new 125,000-bbl per day factionator -- MB-5 -- in Mont Belvieu, TX
  • mid-continent:
    • an extension of ONEOK's Arbuckle II NGL pipeline further north; will increase capacity by approximately 100,000 bpd to increase total capacity up to 500,000 bpd by adding pup stations
Natural gas processing plants in North Dakota (link above; click on chart to make it bigger):

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Permit To Target The Tyler In Southwestern North Dakota -- September 25, 2018

Yesterday, this permit issued by the NDIC:
  • 35480, loc, Southwestern Production Corp; TMW 34-22, Tracy Mountain, target: Tyler; 320-acre spacing unit; vertical;

Notes From A Reader: Bakken 2.0 Conference; ESPs; Allam Cycle --- September 25, 2018

A reader wrote:
I attended the Bakken 2.0 opening session yesterday here in Fargo, ND; it was open to the public.

It was mostly a Bakken 101 session meant for the general public but as usual when people of that caliber speak there are always some worthwhile takeaways. 

The president of CLR talked a bit about how important ESP's (electric submersable pumps) have become in the Bakken. ESPs can be controlled (speed/volume) from the surface. A problem with ESPs is they cannot withstand non liquids (sand). One wonders if this is a factor in the wild swings in well production. They may have to figure out how much oil they can pump without bringing sand along by trial and error; and, do that with each individual well.

Governor Burgum said we may be short of CO2 for future oil production. He did not mention the Allam cycle but I know that North Dakota is doing everything possible to get the first commercial plant located in our state. Seems almost a no-brainer--send gas out of our state on electrical power lines and keep the CO2 for enhanced oil production---all with no air pollution.
Sometimes the details are not important. What is important is what is discussed. If there is limited time and one thing mentioned is the Allam cycle, it's obvious there is a lot of discussion going on being closed doors.
We've talked about the Allam cycle on the blog previously; here's one post and another

A huge "thank you" to the reader for passing this along.

Schlumberger To Buy Russia's Leading Drilling Company

It's a headline story; whether it's consequential or not, I do not know. Nor do I much care.

From the linked article:
The past four years have been a 21st century low point for Western foreign investment in Russia, with sanctions, unlawful trade practices and ceaseless wars in the Greater Middle East antagonizing the sides even further. Against such a difficult background when virtually no Western major brave enough to enter the Russian market (and most American firms rolling back projects) it is doubly notable what Schlumberger is doing. In fact, Schlumberger seems to be, one might say finally, on the brink of concluding a milestone Russia deal, which would greatly fortify its standing as the world’s leading oil services company. By buying into Russia’s largest onshore drilling firm Eurasia Drilling Company (EDC), it could secure access to a massive market irrespective of political tensions. Well, almost irrespective.
The news that Schlumberger is allegedly keen on acquiring EDC first emerged in early 2015. Even then, several months after the introduction of a US-EU ban on any Western participation in Arctic, deep-water or shale projects, it raised eyebrows as an excessively ambitious undertaking. Schlumberger initially wanted to gain immediate and full control over EDC’s equity, then agreed to a first-round buy-out of 51% and in the end somewhat grudgingly acquiesced to offer $1.7 billion for 46% (because Russian authorities were concerned about the potential loss of an influential element of the nation’s oil sector) to be followed by a second-round acquisition three years later of the remaining 54%.
Confronted with massive bureaucratic pushback, Schlumberger renounced on the idea, pledging to look for M&A possibilities elsewhere… only to come around with a new offer two years later.
The fact that it is Schlumberger, not some other service major, that is buying Russia’s leading oil services company is by no means accidental. The co-owner of EDC, Alexander Dzhaparidze (neither he, nor the other owner Alexandr Putilov are under sanctions) has sold his first oil services-related company, the Iraq-focused Petroalliance, to Schlumberger in 2003. 
Partially on the money generated by the sale, Dzhaparidze bought drilling assets then-owned by the private major LUKOIL, thus kick-starting the development of EDC. Since then, EDC and Schlumberger have forged a sort of a strategic alliance in 2011, with several cross-acquisition of each other’s Russian assets in the years leading up to the acquisition negotiations. 
More at the linked article.

A long and tortured road to close this deal:

WTI Holds Above $72; Active Rigs Back Up Go 66 -- September 25, 2018

Fed expected to raise rates tomorrow, Wednesday, September 26, 2018.

Crude oil inventories: weekly API numbers -- a build of 2.903 million bbls. I didn't see what analysts had forecast, so I'm not sure what this build means. Probably not much. There was concern that stocks at Cushing were dropping too far, too fast, but this would seem to allay that fear. A build of 3 million bbls is fairly significant but doesn't mean much until we see the EIA data tomorrow. [After hours, after the data was released, WTI fells 9 cents, trading just below $72.] [I now see that analysts expected to see a draw of 1.279 million bbls.]

Back to the Bakken

Two producing wells (DUCs) reported as completed:
  • 34055, 355, Rink 7-1-5UTFH, Pershing, a Three Forks toe down lateral, drilling unit -- 4 section stand-up; about 4 days to drill the lateral, center target was 38' into the Three Forks (TF silt target); depth severance was 72' below the top of the Three Forks; trip gas was higher than expected, peaking at 10,792 units; a 15' flare was maintained, t8/18; cum --;
  • 34056, 320, Kermit 7-8-32UTFH, Pershing, drilling unit --  4 section standup, t8/18; cum --;
One error on the daily activity report: the NDIC reports that Oasis renewed and canceled the same permit, #29919, an OM Erickson permit in Williams County

Active rigs:

Active Rigs66583371192

Six new permits:
  • Operator: Oasis
  • Field: Banks (McKenzie)
  • Comments: Oasis has permits for a 6-well Nikolai Federal pad in SESW 33-153-97; see graphic below

Other wells:
  • 20266, 777, Oasis, Wold Federal 15-33H, Banks, t3/12; cum 128K 7/18; currently unremarkable; needs to be re-fracked; will neighboring wells make a difference?

The Market, Energy, And Political Page, Part 2, T+43 -- September 25, 2018

Consumer confidence making America great again: this is really quite incredible. I find it amazing what "the power of positive thinking" can bring. Consumer confidence is at the highest it has been in 18 years -- two lost decades finally behind us. Link here. Forecast: 132. Actual number blows through the forecast; the official, actual, real, honest-to-goodness number is 138.4. That "point-four" gives the final number some gravitas, some credence. Had it come in at 138.3 the reading would not have meant as much.

China trade war: when it gets right down to it, this is what the Chinese trade war is all about -- the Chinese are placing higher tariffs on food and manufactured goods, i.e, stuff they need and value-added products; on the other hand, the US is putting tariffs on plastic toys sold mostly at Christmas. One would have expected toy stores, Walmart, Target, etc, to be howling -- complaining that they can't get their Christmas stuff in time for the holiday seasons. But we haven't heard anything from Walmart, Target, etc., suggesting they are doing quite well, having found other markets (probably those in the US).
  • WMT: up about 0.6% today;
  • TGT: flat (down one cent on an $87 stock that used to go for well less than $60
  • BBY: down 1.5% today but not far off it's 52-week high
  • BABA: up about 0.4% today 
  • DE: well off it's 52-week high -- soybeans?
  • all four major indices up today, some just barely
Let's see, what else? Ah, there it is -- Trudeau can't close a deal. The US is prepared to move on with a "new" NAFTA without Canada. Just Mexico and the US, or as we call it down here, Tex-Mex.

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NDIC Hearing Dockets For October, 2018

NDIC posts the hearing dockets here.

Dockets are tracked here

The usual disclaimer applies. As usual this is done very quickly and using shorthand for my benefit. There will be factual and typographical errors on this page. Do not quote me on any of this. It's for my personal use to help me better understand the Bakken. Do not read it. If you do happen to read it, do not make any investment, financial, job, relationship, or travel plans based on anything you read here or think you may have read here. If this stuff is important to you, and I doubt that it is, but if it is, go to the source.

Highlights in bold.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018: three continued cases.

Thursday, October 18, 2018 -- 8 pages
  • 26997, RimRock, McGregory Buttes and Moccasin Creek-Bakken, establish two overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells each; Dunn County
  • 26998, RimRock, Mandaree-Bakken, establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit; 1 well; Dunn
  • 26999, XTO, recompletion of the Burns Federal 41X-30 (#18173); MonDak-Madison; McKenzie
  • 27000, XTO, Capa-Bakken; reduce the number of wells required on an existing overlapping 3840-acre unit; Williams
  • 27001, CLR, Jim Creek-Bakken, establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 2 wells; Dunn
  • 27002, CLR, Banks-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2880-acre unit; 2 wells; WMS, MCK
  • 27003, CLR, Big Gulch-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 2 wells; DUN
  • 27004, Southwestern Production, amend field rules for Tracy Mountain-Madison pool; establish a 320-acre unit; BIL
  • 27005, Kaiser-Francis, Sanish-Bakken; i) establish an overlapping 1280-acre unit, 18/19-154-92; 14 wells; ii) establish an overlapping 1920-acre unit, 11/14/23-153-92, 14 wells; iii) establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit, 17/18/19/20-154-92, 1 well; iv) establish an overlapping 3840-acre unit, 10/11/14/15/22/23-153-92, 2 wells; Mountrail County
  • 27006, Hess, designating Hess as operator of the Long 44-10HU (#33523) in the Whiting 2560-acre lease-line spacing unit; WMS
  • 27007, NP Resources, Bicentennial-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 2 wells; MCK
  • 27008, NP Resources, DeMores-Bakken; establish one overlapping 2560-acre unit; 5 wells; BIL
  • 27009, NP Resources, Chateau-Three Forks and Demores-Bakken; establish two overlapping 22560-acre units; 2 wells; BIL
  • 27010, NP Resources, Beaver Creek-Bakken, establish two overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells; Golden Valley County
  • 27011, NP Resources, Big Stick-Bakken; establish three overlapping 2560-acre units; 2 wells each; BIL
  • 27012, NP Resources, Tree Top-Bakkekn; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; BIL
  • 27013, Ambrose-Bakken, Resource Energy Can-Am; pooling, Divide County
  • CRL, pooling
  • 27015, CLR, Big Gulch-Bakken, 11 wells on an existing 1280-acre unit, 19/30-147-96; Dunn County
  • 27016, Crescent Point Energy, Blue Ridge-Bakken, 7 wells on each of two existing 1280-acre units (27/34; 28/33; and 29/32 -159-100; Williams County; 21 wells total
  • 27017, RimRock, Moccasin Creek-Bakken, 2 wells on each of two existing 2560-acre units; DUN
  • 27018, RimRock, Moccasin Creek-Bakken, i) 12 wells on each of two existing 1280-acre units (26/27 and 28/33-148-93; ii) 13 wells an existing 1280-acre unit, 2/11-147-93; iii) 7 wells on an existing 1920-acre unit, 34-148-93 and 3/10-147-93; Dunn County
  • 27019, Slawson, risk penalty
  • 27020, Slawson, commingling
  • 27021, Tobacco Garden SWD
  • 27022, Arrow Water, SWD
  • 27023, PetroShale, Bear Den-Bakken, 11 wells on an existing 640-acre unit, 25-149-96; McKenzie
  • 27024, PetroShale, Bear Den-Bakken, 11 wells on an existing 1280-acre unit, 30/31-149-95; McKenzie
  • 27025, PetroShale, Croff-Bakken; 11 wells on an existing 1280-acre laydown unit, 13/14-149-96; McKenzie
  • 27026, NP Resources, Cinnamon Creek-Bakken; 4 wells on an existing 120-acre unit; MCK
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 -- 8 pages -- mostly pooling and commingling
  • 26954, NDIC; review the temporarily abandoned status of file #15172, BIL
  • 26955, Whiting, Glass Bluff and/or Sugar Beet-Bakken; establish a 2560-acre unit; 1 well; WMS
  • 26956, Lime Rock Resources, Cabernet-Bakken, establish two 2560-acre units; 1 well on each unit; DUN
  • 26957, Petro Harvester, Flaxton and/or Lignite-Madison; establish a 640-acre unit; 2 horizontal wells; BRK 
  • 26958, Petro Harvester, Lignite-Madison, establish two 640-acre units; 2 horizontal wells on each; BRK
  • 26959, Hess, East Fork and/or Wheelock-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 1 well; WMS
  • 26960, Hess, Big Butte-Bakken; establish two overlapping 2560-acre unit; one well on each unit; MNT
  • 26961, Hess, Truax-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; one well; WMS
  • 26962, BR, Little Knife and/or Lone Butte-Bakken; establish an overlapping 2560-acre unit; 1 well; DUN
  • 26963, Freedom Energy Resources LLC, establish a 240-acre unit; parts of sections 16/21-139-96, Lodgepole vertical, Stark County
  • 26964, Freedom Energy Resources LLC, establish a 320-acre unit, SW/4 of section 17 and the NW/4 of section 20-139-96; Lodgepole vertical, Stark County
  • 26965, Freedom Energy Resources LLC, establish a 200-acre unit, NE/4 of section 20 and the W/2 W/2 NW/4 of section 21-139-96, Lodgepole vertical, Stark County
  • 26966, Harvester Operating, commingling
  • 26967, Hess, pooling
  • 26968, Hess, pooling
  • 26969, Hess, pooling
  • 26970, Hess, pooling
  • 26971, Hess, pooling
  • 26972, Hess, pooling
  • 26973, Hess, pooling
  • 26974, Hess, pooling
  • 26975, Whiting, commingling
  • 26976, Whiting, commingling
  • 26977, Whiting, commingling
  • 26978, Whiting, commingling
  • 26979, Whiting, commingling
  • 26980, Whiting, commingling
  • 26981, Whiting, commingling
  • 26982, Whiting, commingling
  • 26983, Whiting, commingling
  • 26984, Whiting, Glass Bluff-Bakken; 2 wells on each of two 1280-acre units; WMS
  • 26985, Whiting, pooling
  • 26986, Whiting, pooling
  • 26987, Whiting, pooling
  • 26988, Whiting, pooling
  • 26989, Whiting, pooling
  • 26990, Whiting, pooling
  • 26991, Oasis, pooling
  • 26992, Oasis, pooling
  • 26993, Oasis, pooling
  • 26994, MRO, pooling
  • 26995, Deep Creek Adventures Co, SWD
  • 26996, Lime Rock Resources, SWD
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 -- 3 pages -- all continued cases

Another Nice Example Of The Life-Cycle Of A Bakken Well -- Slawson's Jughead #17864 -- September 25, 2018

The well:
  • 17864, 1,255, Slawson, Jughead 1-26H, Big Bend, t6/10; cum 315K 8/17; 
Production after 8/17:

Production prior to 8/16, just before coming off-line for about year; not re-fracked:

Neighboring well was fracked/completed/tested: 2/17 --; note the jump in production a year later, 8/18 --
  • 30235, 439, Slawson, Jugard Federal 5-26-35TFH, t2/17; cum 248K 8/18
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

Two neighboring wells from the south, note the geologic targets:
  • 33949, 74 (no typo), Slawson, Jugard Federal 4-35-26TFH, Big Bend, t1/18; cum 94K 8/18;
  • 33948, conf, Slawson, Jugard Federal 10-35-36TF2H

Speaking Of Mule Deer -- Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Yes, it's a slow news day. At least for the moment.

From Quora:
Generally, a group of deer is called a herd. However, certain species, like the members of the Odocoileus genus like the whitetail, blacktail and mule deer and the European Capreolus species, they live in smaller groupings than say certain large bovines, but more like familial groups
Mostly, a group of whitetail deer, for example, consist of an older doe, her younger offspring and maybe some cousins or 'friends' of hers, and any female who starts a ruckus or disobeys will be dealt with by the lead doe. Boxing and foreleg-grabbing are examples of dominance among these deer species.
The Book Page

I mentioned this book the other day. It arrived in the mail yesterday, from Dotcom Liquidators in Ft Worth, TX, ordered through Amazon.

Lessons From the Lobster: Eve Marder's Work in Neuroscience, Charlotte Nassim, c. 2018, MIT Press, a book with gravitas, and more expensive than most.

I paged through the book at Barnes and Noble, got the gist of the story, so I will begin with Chapter 3: Lobster Lore.
Researchers in the United States habitually work on stomatogastric ganglia from the Pacific spiny lobster Panulirus interruptus, the Maine lobster Homarus americanus, and two crab species, the Jonah crab, Cancer borealis, and the rock crab, C. irroratus.

Elsewhere, comparable work is done on related species found locally.

When Marder opened her own lab, she initially preferred to work on the Pacific spiny lobster she had started with in San Diego. Soon, she began to use crabs to train students because they were cheaper and because "they have nice muscles."

As the lab gained experience with them, crabs became increasingly a full alternative to the lobster. As her lab stacked up interesting results with crabs, other researchers started to adopt them too. Nowadays her lab uses mainly the Jonah crab; the rock crabs are no longer seen in Boston fish markets, possibly because the warming waters have driven them north. But in the 1980s, the lab was routinely carrying both of these crabs as well as the spiny lobster. 
Eve Marder began

Forty years ago ‘Rock Lobster’ launched the career of the B-52s — and revived John Lennon’s -- from The Washington Post.
By 1978, with the Beatles eight years in his rearview mirror, John Lennon had stopped making music — and found himself vacationing apart from his wife and muse, Yoko Ono. That same year, a group of eclectic misfits from Athens, Ga., who called themselves the B-52s released their first single, “Rock Lobster.”
The song was released 40 years ago this week on a small, now defunct label called DB Records. It was later rerecorded and rereleased as part of the band’s 1979 eponymous debut album on Warner Bros.
It’s a bizarre tune containing nonsensical lyrics and circuslike surf music, but it would prove deeply important to the B-52s (it launched them into stardom) and Lennon (it inspired him to team up with Ono and record the last songs of his life).
The B-52s were a new wave band before new wave was an official genre, and “Rock Lobster” hit the masses like a ton of psychedelic bricks. Delirious sounds pumping out of a Farfisa organ flutter and spin around a droning backbeat. Vocalists Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson sing “ohh” and “ahh” in their best imitation of fish during the song’s nearly seven-minute run. At the end, Wilson shrieks like a dolphin. There’s more than a little cowbell.
The song launched the outlandish band into the mainstream, becoming its first to hit the Billboard top 100. It didn’t peak until 1980, however, after the B-52s played the song on “Saturday Night Live.”
“Rock Lobster” also revived a career that had stalled. Lennon’s well of post-Beatles inspiration had dried by 1975. Though he often cited Ono as his muse, the two had never put out an entirely collaborative album. That changed when he heard “Rock Lobster” for the first time while on a vacation without Ono.
See the rest of the story at the link. 

Again, a huge "thank you" to the muse that drives me to blog. 

From mule deer to rock lobsters. 

With Yoko Ono

The Market, Energy, And Political Page, T+43 -- September 25, 2018

Futures: so the market had a huge downturn yesterday -- the Dow (irrelevant) was down 180 (?) points. I assume it was all gloom and doom on CNBC yesterday. I saw about ten minutes. Big story: China trade war. Today, three major indices green. Including the Dow (irrelevant) up 80 points in pre-market trading. The S&P 500 is up over 7 points and "trading" at 2,924.

WTI: in pre-market trading, up a half a percent, $72.38.

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Anything moving?
  • CVX: melting up. Up about a third of a percent, at $123.05. One year target: $146.11. If we see that, Sophia will get two new pair of shoes this Christmas. And a new Lincoln Logs set.
  • RDS-b: up almost 2% today; it had fallen quite a bit the last six months, so this is not a big deal
  • EW: jumped $11.79 yesterday; up almost 8% yesterday; holding gains today; not a big deal; EW was down quite a bit this past month or so; now back to what it was
  • the utilities: all struggling
  • T: melting up; but oh, so slow
  • XLNX: near it's 52-week high yesterday; not trading yet today
  • UNP: down yesterday; not trading yet today
  • AAPL: I completely missed this -- up $4 yesterday, back to $220.79, and it looks like it will hold those gains today, at least at the open
  • HES: will blow through its 52-week high
  • OAS: the sleeper stock in the Bakken?
  • DNR: huge day yesterday; will hold those gains today
Keystone XL: for what it's worth -- TransCanada says it is ready to start construction (again) next year now that the US State Department has given the environmental okay. I wouldn't hold my breath -- I don't think Nebraska has signed on yet. Mule deer have shown up early at the Gascoyne, ND, staging area, to start protesting the pipeline.

For Newbies: Another Example Of The Life-Cycle Of A Bakken Well -- And Just In Time For Halloween -- Slawson's Goblin Well In Van Hook -- September 25, 2018

FracFocus: this well has not been re-fracked.

Recent production data:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

The well:
  • 19000, 1,048, Slawson, Goblin 1-26H, Van Hook, t11/10; cum 246K; last sundry form received in 2013;
Production data for a neighboring well:
  • 27237, 1,370, Slawson, Waterbond 4-27-34TFH, FracFocus, not re-fracked; t11/14; cum 194K --
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

Production data for a neighboring well:
27238, 1,332, Slawson, Waterbond 6-27-34TFH, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 139K:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

  • 27240, 1,125, Slawson, Waterbond 3-27-34H, Van Hook, t11/14; cum 202K:
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

The graphic: