Saturday, March 20, 2021

After Being Off Line Almost A Year, The Betty Shobe Well Has Nice January, 2021

The well;

  • 18693, 560, MRO, Betty Shobe USA 41-8H, Reunion Bay, t9/10; cum 346K 1/21;

Recent production:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
BAKKEN1-202126260025732840407263143
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BAKKEN9-20200000000
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BAKKEN7-20200000000
BAKKEN6-20200000000
BAKKEN5-20200000000
BAKKEN4-20200000000
BAKKEN3-20202513591758693152701303
BAKKEN2-2020516001301800153
BAKKEN1-20200000000
BAKKEN12-20190000000
BAKKEN11-20190000000
BAKKEN10-20190000000
BAKKEN9-20190000000
BAKKEN8-20190000000
BAKKEN7-20190000000
BAKKEN6-20190000000
BAKKEN5-20190000000
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BAKKEN3-20190000000
BAKKEN2-20190000000
BAKKEN1-20191673676523079830640
BAKKEN12-2018311561150847718271228323
BAKKEN11-2018301508143656117601346230

A Whiting Scanlan Well In Truax Oil Field With 10-Fold Jump In Production -- March 20, 2021

We've talked about this well several times, but I don't recall posting the production jump.

The well:

  • 18770, 819, Whiting/North Plains, Scanlan 3-5H, Truax, t9/10; cum 384K 1/21;

Note jump in production, but it did not last particularly long:

BAKKEN4-2018213988406825997652297560
BAKKEN3-20183185088634657317785111486544
BAKKEN2-2018281454714504750027462223615017
BAKKEN1-201830165761644020151279121731710505
BAKKEN12-201710511148458246859474301136
BAKKEN11-2017121210000
BAKKEN10-20170000000
BAKKEN9-20172413101312563302029480
BAKKEN8-20173116621752679392338300
BAKKEN7-2017251400132361332813065144
BAKKEN6-20173015991652660401139210

FrackFocus provides no data suggesting this well was re-fracked.

Notes From All Over Over -- Early Saturday Morning Edition -- March 20, 2021

Gasoline demand. Link here



Congestion: shipping logjams spread on crush of imports. WSJ. Bottlenecks in southern are easing, but US west coast ports expect a surge in container shipments to continue.

Delays that have stretched from docks to rail yards, truck terminals and distribution centers have rattle supply chains for companies from big auto manufacturers to mom-and-pop retailers, straining assembly lines because of parts shortages and leaving store shelves empty.

Bottlenecks at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the nation’s two biggest gateways, eased with the queue of ships waiting to dock shrinking to fewer than 20 this week from an armada of around 40 vessels at one point earlier this year, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California.

AstraZeneca: Germany's Angela Merkel says the vaccine is safe and she herself would take it ... but she hasn't. She says she won't "jump the queue." LOL. WSJ.  It is now confirmed that the vaccine is associated with a blood-clotting disorder ... but hey, it's treatable. And "they" say folks are crazy to delay getting their immunizations.

Deshaun Watson: now faces seven civil lawsuits; apparently ten more waiting in the wings. The big question: just how many massage parlors did he visit?

Predicted: I didn't think Tokyo would allow the Olympics this summer; it appears I am wrong. But Tokyo has just announced no foreign spectators will be allowed. WSJ. So, it's now the Japanese Invitational. With triple masking.

Bakken: straddle wells. Link at The Gas News. Archived.