Brigham Exploration and American Oil and Gas recently reported updates to their Bakken activity. Brigham announced the results of their 3 newest wells; the Ross-Alger 6-7 #1H, the Owan 29-32 #1H and the Abe 30-31 #1H. The Ross-Alger had a 24-hour flow back rate of 3,070 Boe with 2,694 Bopd of oil and 2.26 MMcf/d of gas with 32 frac stages. The Owan and Abe had a 24-hour rate of 2,302 Boe and 1,847 Boe respectively, both with 31 frac stages. As of late last month Brigham has completed 26 high frac, long lateral wells in the Bakken with an average IP of 2,648 Boe and have updated their production guidance estimating their average production between 7,000 and 7,500 Boe/d.
In a follow up to the previous blog New American Oil and Gas Wells in the Bakken, American Oil & Gas reported that the Ron Viall 1-25H produced an average 987 Boe in its first 30-days of production and the Tong Trust is undergoing a wellbore workover and having a rod pump installed. American also announced results of their Summerfield 15-15H with average a 24-hour flow back rate of 2,799 Boe with 2,178 barrels of oil and 3,729 Mcf of gas and a first 30-day production average of 1,046 Boe/d.
The following is a map of the recent wells from both operators in the Bakken.
To learn more visit the Bakken Performance Press Release Folder of the Unconventional Updates in DI’s DNA.
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