A reader writes:
Another well going over 500,000 barrels in less than 3 years: Petro-Hunt's Van Hise Trust 153-95-28C-21-3H, located in section 28-153-95, McKenzie County, NDIC #29978, tested 8/15/18, 500295 barrels 4/21.
Original well in said section creeping towards 700,000.
So, let's take a look.
Holy mackerel. Let me check that out.
First, the Van Hise Trust ... 21-3H well.
- 29978, 1,209, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-93-28C-21-3H, Charlson, t8/18; cum 500K 4/21;
Yes, this well has gone over 500K bbls crude oil cumulative in less three years (another four months before we get to a full four years).
Petro-Hunt is not over-drilling in the Charlson; this is an incredible field. Petro-Hunt seems to be taking their sweet (pun intended) time drilling out this incredible field, probably one of the best fields in the Bakken.
Full production profile for this well at this post.
Now, let's take a look at the parent well, drilled back in 2011, a decade ago:
- 19845, 1,084, Petro-Hunt, Van Hise Trust 153-95-28C-21-1H, Charlson, t8/11; cum 653K 4/21; jump in production, 9/18;
It should be noted that these wells are not new(s) to me. I follow the incredible Petro-Hunt Van Hise Trust wells here. I'll update that page now.
A huge thank you to the reader for reminding me of these great wells. Petro-Hunt is not moving the needle in North Dakota but it's probably getting the best bang-for-the-buck with its incredible Charlson wells.
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