Huber Corp. Abandons Well: Weekly Oil Report

Compiled by Darryl L. Flowers

New Locations – Horizontal Wells

Three locations were approved in Richland County last week. Continental Resources will be Bakken-bound with the Cara 1-21H (SE SW 21-26N-55E). The well has a Probable Bottom Hole Location (PBHL) of 19,921 feet.

Also heading for the Bakken is the Carl Federal 2658 43-23H (SW SE 23-26N-58E), operated by Oasis Petroleum North America, with a PBHL at 20,396 feet.

Rounding out the Richland County permits is XTO Energy’s Headington 43X-23B (NE SE 23-26N-52E) with a PBHL of 18,327 feet hitting the Bakken Formation.

In Roosevelt County, Oasis Petroleum won approval of the Dash Federal 2759 11-13H (NW NW 13-27N-59E). The Bakken well has a PBHL at 20,075 feet.

Re-Entry of Plugged Wells

In Richland County’s Vaux, Field Slawson Exploration received a permit to re-enter the Haffner 1-12 SWD (SW SE 12-22N-58E). The Swift Formation well has a Proposed Depth of 5,675 feet.

Re-Issued Locations

There were two Re-Issued Locations approved last week. In Phillips County, Fidelity Exploration & Production was given the go-ahead on the  Federal 1416 (SW SE 14-32N-32E). With a Proposed Depth of 1,800 feet, the well will be tapping into the Mowry Shale.

In Roosevelt County, Oasis Petroleum was greenlighted for the Beta 2758 43-19H (SW SE 19-27N-58E). The Bakken Formation well has a PBHL of 20,097 feet.

New Laterals or Extensions, Existing Horizontal Wells

In Blaine County, Citation Oil & Gas received a permit for the BSU H311H (SE NE 11-31N-19E).

Permit Modifications / Corrections

Continental Resources won approval for a Permit Modification / Correction to the Butterfield 1-26H (NW NW 26-26N-53E), aiming for the Bakken Formation with a PBHL at 19,302 feet.

Completions

The rigs have been busy in Roosevelt County, with four completions reported last week. EOG Resources brought in the Stateline 10-1211H (S2 12-28N-59E). The well reported an Initial Potential (IP) of 346 Barrels of Oil Per Day (BOPD); 246,000 Cubic Feet of Gas Per Day (MCFPD) and 2,546 Barrels of Water Per Day (BWPD).

Whiting Oil and Gas put the finishing touches on the French 21-30TFH (NE NW 30-29N-56E), with an IP of 404   BOPD, 450 MCFPD, and 880 BWPD.

Oasis Petroleum wrapped up the Marilyn 2758 42-11H (SE SW 11-27N-58E), with an IP of 557 BOPD, 559 MCFPD and 1,646 BWPD. The company also wrapped up the Copper 2959 42-20H (SE SW 20-29N-59E), which reported an IP of 1,300 BOPD; 1,078 MCFPD, 5,065 BWPD. All four wells tap into the Bakken Formation.

Expired Permits

There were two expired permits. In Blaine County, the US-DIR 19-9A (SE NE 19-27N-20E) operated by Devon Energy Production expired; while in Rosebud County, the CSTSU C215Y (SE NE 15-11N-32E), operated by Bayswater Exploration and Production expired.

Abandoned Wells

Anyone who spent time in a newspaper pressroom years ago will recognize the name of the operator of the lone abandoned well filed last week. J.M. Huber Corporation was approved to abandon the MT State 8-43-16-16K (SE SE 16-8S-43E). Huber, for many years, was one of the leading producers of ink for the newspaper industry.

Released as Water Well

In Big Horn County, Fidelity Exploration & Production was approved for the Visborg 2390 13C (NW SW 23-9S-40E).

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Author: montanaoilreport

After my first job at a newspaper -- delivering papers for the Jackson (TN) Sun, ink was in my veins. Since the 1970's I've worked in every area of the Printing and Publishing industry, with most of that time spent in the pressroom. In 2008 I moved to Montana and purchased the Sun Times of Fairfield (fairfieldsuntimes.com). In 2011 I realized that most media outlets were either ignoring, or attacking, the growing oil and gas industry in Montana, so I started the Montana Oil Report as the source of information on this important industry.

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