Brigham Exploration recently announced the completion of the Jack Cvancara 19-18 #1H which, with an early 24-hour peak flow back rate of 5,035 Boe/d, is second only to Brigham’s Sorenson 29-32 #1H that had a initial rate of 5,133 Boe/d in the Bakken. The Jack Cvancara 19-18 #1H produced 4,357 Bopd and 4.07 MMcf/d and was completed with 36 frac stages. In the same press release Brigham also provided the results of the Tjelde 29-32 #1H which had an early 24-hour peak flow back rate of 3,171. Brigham now has 23 consecutive successful long lateral, high frac stage wells in the Bakken to date.
Looking at the following map we can see that both wells are in the same general area of the play.
Using DrillingInfo’s LandTrac, we can also see that Brigham still has undrilled acreage in the area, colored in pink, so it will be interesting to see if they can produce similar successful results.
To learn more visit the Bakken Performance Press Releases folder in the Unconventional Updates in DI’s DNA.
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