- Three Forks, first bench
- only 4.1 million lbs sand
- 50 stages
- 33660, 145, Oasis, Berquist 5298 11-27 3T, Banks, 50 stages; 4.1 million lbs, t9/18; cum 78K 1/19;
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From the file report:
- second of four wells to be drilled from this pad
- "a single middle Three Forks 1st bench lateral"
- surface hole drilled earlier
- re-entered on January 15, 2018
- vertical hole drilled to a depth of 11,494 feet; planned bit trip to 8,411 feet
- TD: 21,046 feet
- TD reached: January 24, 2018
- drilling: 10 days
- was in the desired target interval for 88% within target, opening 9,567 feet of reservoir rock
- lower Bakken: recorded at 11,102 feet TVD; promising hydrocarbon shows
- Pronghorn: TVD at 11,129 feet; no visible oil stain
- Three Forks - 1st bench: entered at 11,133 feet TVD; the blue green shale did not display any significant amount of oil staining or visible porosity
- the geologist considered the well as an engineering and geological success based on the combination of:
- maximum exposure to the target
- minimal days from re-entry to total depth
- no Pronghorn strikes
- no sidetracks
The Book Page
I've completed The Making of the Atomic Bomb, Richard Rhodes, c. 1986. It will now go on the top shelf, and will become a reference book.
I am now reading L.E.L.: The Lost Life and Scandalous Death of Letitia Elizabeth Landon, the Celebrated "Female Byron," Lucasta Miller, c. 2019. I saw the review in The WSJ. I pre-ordered it on March 3, or thereabouts. It was released March 5, 2019, and I received it, free shipping, from Amazon, a "free" copy -- from "points."
Her first book: The Brontë Myth, one of my favorite books regarding the Brontës.