The other three had great IPs:
- 20595, 1,834, Newfield, Wahus Federal 152-07-13-24-1H, Westberg, Bakken, did not see frac data
- 20154, 1,671, Slawson, Neptune 2-15H, Van Hook, Bakken, 19 stages; 1.8 sand
- 20014, 1,880, Whiting, Rovelstad 21-13H, Timber Creek, Bakken, 30 stages; 2.6 sand
Also, I seem to remember the Westberg oil field. Yes, this is it:
- 18691, 3,731, Newfield, Wisness Federal 152-96-4-2H --- 35,849 bbls in first 25 days. Okay. Westberg field, Bakken. One section spacing. Middle Bakken at 10,573 feet. 26 stages. 2.2 million pounds of proppant (I don't know if this was sand only, which would be unlikely); no acid. S4/11; T7/11; cumulative 61,336 bbls in 53 days (less than 2 months); total depth 16,012 feet; fracked "on time." Sand only. I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E. s4/11; t7/11; cum 105K 10/11. 105,000 bbls in less than four months. I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E. Newfield may be complaining about the cost of a Bakken well, but this is an incredible well: 105K in less than four months, and a short lateral on top of that.