Who caught this in today's daily activity report?
One well reported as re-completed:
- 13318, 725, Cobra Oil & Gas, Stoneview-Stonewall Unit 17, Stoneview, pool: Stonewall, t4/1992; cum 284K 9/14; taken off line 10/14, and has remained off line through 5/21; according to recent sundry forms, this is one of a large group of wells deemed to be abandoned by the operator and the state is considering confiscating equipment located on the well pads.
The file report is not particularly helpful and, in fact, is rather depressing, as noted above, if I'm "reading" the correspondence correctly. I often misread things. If this is important to you, to go the source.
So, like the Madison, the Red River, the middle Bakken, the Three Forks, the Stonewall is also an oil-producing formation in the Williston Basin. I've only come across a few Stonewall wells, and most of the ones I have come across are "monster wells." But most of them are no longer producing.
Fortunately, we have this in the January 2015 DMR Newsletter (Geo News) by Timothy O. Nesheim.