16XXX

There were Bakken wells before 16000 (the first 16000 series Bakken well was #16011, Hess, H. Juma 1-9H, Baskin oil field), but one can say the first two Bakken wells that started it all were:
  • 16164, EOG, Parshall 1-36H, t6/6; cum 225K 5/17;
  • 16324, EOG, Parshall 2-36H, t9/6; cum 367K 5/17;
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Generally speaking:
"still active": less than cum 200K; most below 75K; many in the 150K range; I would assume most are not economical
"steady Eddy": good wells; well over 250K; many in the 300 - 400K range
very, very few Bakken wells were PA as of date of original post;
many Madison wells during this period; as well as some Red River South/North wells
gaps in file reports mostly due to other formations; very, very few PNC Bakken permits

16011, PA, one of the first Bakken wells; a lousy well; Hess
16012, Birdbear; PNC
16013, Pierre formation
16014, Pierre formation
16015, Pierre, PNC
16016, Pierre,
16017, Pierre, PNC
and so until #16030
16030, still active; Dollar Joe oil field, first 16XXX Bakken well?, t3/06; cum 55K 11/18;
16031, still active, Willmen oil field; t9/06; cum 202K 11/18;
16032, Birdbear, dry

16033, still active; inactive as of 5/18; a lousy well; Bakken; t4/06; cum 57K 11/18;
16034, Madison, PNC

16035, still active, t4/06; 240K 11/18;
16036, still active; a lousy well; t8/06; cum 48K 11/18;
16037, Birdbear, AB
16038, Birdbear, still active; t3/07; cum 114K 11/18;
16039, Birdbear, IA
16040, Birdbear, t4/06; cum 65K 11/18; 
16041, still active, t6/06; 190K 11/18;
16042, a Madison well; t2/06; cum 156K 11/18;
16043, middle Bakken; inactive; t9/06; cum 28K 9/18;
16044, Midale/Nesson/ t2/06; cum 73K 9/18; inactive; 
16045, Red River, dry
16046, Bakken, PNC
16047, Bakken, PNC
16048, Bakken, PNC
16049, Madison; cum 111K 11/18;
16050, Madison, cum 122K 11/18; 
16051, Madison, cum 112K 11/18;
16052, Madison, cum 602K 11/18;
16053, Madison, cum 792K 11/18; 
16054, Bakken, cum 43K 11/18; -- XTO 
16055, Bakken, cum 292K 11/18; -- XTO 
16056, Duperow, PNC
16057, multiple, PA -- Bakken,Duperow, Red River;
16058, Tyler, AB,

16059, still active; this is the "famous" Petro-Hunt USA 2D-3-1H well in the Charlson; t10/06; cum 1.727438 million bbls 5/19; still active; about 4K/month; on a pump 5/17;
16060, Red River, PNC
16061, Madison, cum 115K 11/18; 
16062, Red River, TA
16063, Birdbear, cum 143K 11/18;
16064, Red River, cum 82K 11/18;
16065, Madison, dry
16066, Bakken, PNC,
16067, Madison, TA
16068, Bakken, still active, t5/06; cum 310K 5/19;
16069, Madison, PNC
16070, Madison, cum 59K 11/18;

16071, multiple, PA, Duperow, Silurian, Winnipegosis
16072, Midale/Nessen; cum 122K 11/18;
16073, Duperow, PNC
16074, Bakken, PNC
16075, still active; a lousy well;
16076, still active; a lousy well;
16077, Madison, PNC
16078, Duperow, cum 36K 11/18;
16079, Duperow, PNC
16080, Madison, cum 29K 11/18;
16081, Bakken, PNC
16082, Madison, cum 176K 11/18;

16083, Bakken, BR, Mathistad, 304K 11/18;
16084, Madison, AB
16085, Madison, PNC

16086, first of any Bakken well in 16000 series to be TA; 16011 PA -- check to confirm if first
16087, a Madison well;
16088, Madison, PNC
16089, still active; lousy well;
16090, Birdbear, PNC,
16091, SWD
16092, still active; lousy well;
16093, Red River, still active, 122K, 11/18;
16094, Madison, IA
16095, Winnipeg, Dry
16096, Birdbear, dry
16097, adison, A, 43K 11/18;
16098, AB, Hess, cum 293K 10/17; IA noted 10/17; still IA as of 8/18; AB as of 9/18;
16099, still active; 153K 11/18;
16100, still active; 136K 11/18;
16101, North Red River B, 471K 5/19;  check periodically;
16102, Pierre, dry
16103, Pierre, dry
16104, Pierre, dry
16105, Pierre, dry
16106, Madison, PA, 34K
16107, Madison, AB, 130K
16108, Madison, PNC
16109, Madison, PNC
16110, Madison, PNC
16111, Birdbear, PNC
16112, Bakken, PNC,
16113, Pierre, PNC,
16114, Bakken, PNC
16115, Bakken, PNC
16116, Bakken, PNC
16117, still active; a lousy well; XTO, Mondak, 98K 11/18;
16118, Lodgepole, WI, no production data
16119, South Red River B, 479K 11/18; still active
16120, South Red River B, 647K 11/18; still active
16121, South Red River B, 349K 11/18; still active
16122, South Red River B, 760K 5/19; still active
16123, South Red River B, 1.022701 million bbls 5/19, still active
16124, still active; 175K 9/18;
16125, South Red River B, 575K 5/19;
16126, South Red River B, 841K 5/19;
16127, South Red River B, 779K 5/19;
16128, Madison, SWD
16129, Bakken, PNC
16130, Birdbear, PNC,
16131, Madison, A; 107K 11/18
16132, Madison, A, 84K 11/18
16133, Madison, A, 118K 11/18
16134, Madison, SWD
16135, Madison, AB
16136, Red River, PNC
16137, Red River, PNC
16138, Red River, PNC
16139, Madison, PNC
16140, Madison, PNC
16141, Pierre, PNC
16142, Pierre, PNC
16143, North Red River B, 427K 5/19;
16144, North Red RIver B, 333K 11/18;

16145, Duperow, Dry
16146, Madison, AB
16147, Pierre, PNC
16148, Pierre, PNC
16149, South Red River B, 620K 11/18
16150, South Red River B, 796K 5/19;
16151, South Red River B, 653K 11/18
16152, South Red River b, 613K 11/18
16153, still active; 154K 9/18;
16160, PA
16161, still active; a lousy well;
16162, still active; a lousy well;
16163, Three Forks, Dry
16164, still active; a nice EOG Parshall well; 231K 5/19; needs a refracking;
16165, Bakken, PNC
16166, Madison, PNC
16167, Madison, IA as of 10/18; 32K

16168, still active; a lousy well;
16169, still active, a Kodiak well off line for almost two years; now Petro-Hunt has it; 158K 5/18;
16170, still active; 318K 5/19; Mondak oil field;

16171, Bakken, PNC
16172, still active; 152K 9/18;
16173, inactive as of 9/15; Statoil; active as of 10/17; a lousy well;
16174, still active; a lousy well; IA 9/18;
16175, Madison, 196K 11/18;
16176, multiple, PA
16177, Red River, 66K no production since 2011; still said to be A
16178, still active, now a Bruin well; 196K 9/18;
16179, Birdbear, 75K, still active, 11/18
16180, MRO, re-frack as recently as 5/17; API No: 33-025-00579, MRO, Marlin; cum 354K 5/19;
16181, Red River, PNC,




16185, still active
16186, completed 7/06; mediocre well; huge jump in production 7/10; resulting in a good well; API No: 33-105-01566; re-drill; lateral #2, 2010; initial stim in 2006 open hole; no prop noted on sundry form; cum 458K 5/19;
16187, still active; MRO, candidate for re-frack; went IA 6/17; back on status 9/18; not particularly remarkable; but worth following ...
16190, 
16192, still active
16193, PA
16207, still active
16208, still active
16210, still active
16211, still active
16221, TA/IAW, MRO,
16224, still active
16229, still active
16233, IA, Hess; active as of 11/17; struggling, 10/18;
16249, still active
16254, still active
16255, still active
16269, still active
16276, IA; active as of 10/17; struggling, but holding in there, 10/18;
16277, still active
16284, steady Eddy, Murex
16285, AB
16292, still active
16300, PA
16302, TA
16303, still active
16315, still active
16316, still active
16317, still active
16319, still active
16321, IA
16323, still active
16324, steady Eddy, EOG
16325, still active
16327, MRO, re-fracked? nice bump, but probably not re-fracked;
16328, MRO, re-fracked? nice bump, but probably not re-fracked;
16332, still active
16333, MR0, re-fracked; come back to this; off-line 3/18; see this post; also see, #16860;

16343, still active
16346, steady Eddy, EOG, Bartelson, cum 543K 5/19; short lateral; Parshall oil field;
16347, still active
16348, still active
16351, huge jump in production; see this post;
16355, IA, as of 716; back on line as of 9/17; lousy well; but still active; wow, really lousy, 10/18;
16356, wildcat, Mission Canyon pool; dry
16357, IA as of 2/17; back on line as of 8/17; then off-line as of 2/18; I think a neighboring well just fracked; still inactive as of 11/18; 274K; back on line 12/18 and looks like it did well;
16358, still active
16359, IA, as of 6/16, Hess, lousy well; will they go back in? one day in 1/18; back on line; struggling
16365, MRO, nice well, interesting production profile
16366, MRO, nice well, interesting production profile
16368, still active
16370, steady Eddy, EOG, Warberg, cum 451K 12/18;
16371, steady Eddy, EOG, Ehlert, cum 537K 5/19; petering out;
16372, MRO, recently back on status for 9 days; 5/17; activity? needs to be re-fracked
16373, still active
16377, still active
16379, steady Eddy, XTO, PAL Properties 44X-1, Capa, cum 422K 5/19; inactive as of 5/18; remains IA 12/18; back online 4/19;
16387, still active
16393, SWD, MRO
16394, still active
16395, still active 
16400, still active
16401, still active
16404, CLR, needs to be re-fracked; a lousy well;
16405, IA just as of 4/17;
16406, still active
16407, still active
16411, TA, probably should have been called a dry hole
16412, still active
16413, still active
16415, still active
16422, IA -- A; but showing activity, MRO; probably re-fracked; yes, re-fracked; t12/07; cum 255K 10/18; but now off-line again as of 10/18; remains off line 12/18; need to follow

16424, great well, Petro-Hunt, USA 11B-2-2H, Charlson, cum 650K 5/19;
16425, still active
16432, still active, cum 245K 5/17;
16433, still active, cum 196K  5/17;
16434, steady Eddy, cum 311K 5/18;
16438, still active
16439, MRO, re-fracked; cum 277K 9/18;
16440, take another look; after being off line for about a year, big jump in production, Hess, Burdick; struggling; off line 1/18;
16441, steady Eddy, Hess, Burdick, cum 220 5/17;
16443, still active
16457, EOG, C & B 1-31H, steady Eddy
16460, CLR, Brandvik 14-24H, recent off-line; coming back online; offline again 4/18; remains offline as of 12/18;
16509, CLR, Candee, look at this post;
16531, BR, just came back on-line after off-line for quite some time; off line again, 12/18;
16532, IA; EOG, huge well; steady Eddy, N&D 1-05H, cum 472K 9/17; off line as of 9/17; remains off line 12/18;
16534, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; 476K 12/18; steady Eddy, Wentz 1-29H, check on this one; see this post;
16537, still active; nice jump in production; see this post;
16538, still active
16541, still active
16543, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Florence 1-04H, 521K 10/18; short lateral
16544, steady Eddy
16545, IA
16548, still active
16549, still active
16550, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Ralph 1-32H, check on this one; 446K 5/18; see this post;

16551, still active
16552, SWD
16559, steady Eddy
16560, still active
16561, steady Eddy
16562, still active
16565, IA; active as of 8/17;
16566, still active
16567, still active
16568, still active
16571, steady Eddy; just came off-line: Lillibridge followed elsewhere; on line;
16572, steady Eddy
16573, still active
16575 -- still active
16577, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Alan 1-06H, check on this one; 589K 12/18;
16578, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Risan 1-34H, check on this one; 47K 12/18; petering out
16579, BR, steady Eddy
16580, Winnipegosis, then a Bakken
16582, steady Eddy
16583, EOG,  a huge well; bump in production; steady Eddy, John 1-20H, check on this one; 420K 12/18;
16586, steady Eddy, an EOG well
16587, steady Eddy, an EOG well
16600, still active
16602, steady Eddy
16603, steady Eddy
16605, still active
16608, still active
16609, still active
16610, BR, a re-frac, 3/10?
16611, MRO, a re-frac, 6/15? Yes, see FracFocus
16612, still active
16613, still active
16617, still active
16620, still active
16621, steady Eddy
16623, still active
16626, MRO, not re-fracked; see this post; off line as of 10/18;
16628, EOG,  a nice well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Paul 1-19H, check on this one; FracFocus? no re-frack
16634, steady Eddy
16634, steady Eddy
16635, steady Eddy, an EOG well
16637, EOG,  a huge well; no bump in production; steady Eddy, Long 1-01H, check on this one; a short lateral;
16639, EOG, EOG,  a nice well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Jordet 1-11H, check on this one
16640, a good well; active as of 8/17;
16646, CLR, a bump in production, 11/15; off-line 5/17; check on this one
16647, BR, Corral Creek, bump in production
16648, CLR, a bump in production, 5/14;
16654, MRO, candidate for re-frack:
16656, jump in production;
16663, still active;
16664, XTO, steady Eddy, cum 339K 10/18;
16666, MRO, re-fracked, 5/15;
16667, EOG,  a nice well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Loren 1-27H, check on this one
16670, still active
16671, EOG,  a nice well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Cormylo 1-23H, check on this one;
16672, still active, a typical low-production CLR well;
16674, still active;
16676, steady Eddy, Murex,
16677, AB
16678, still active
16682, still active
16683, still active
16684, EOG,  a nice well; bump in production; steady Eddy, Christie 1-22H, check on this one;
16685, steady Eddy, EOG, Evans 1-13H;
16686, MRO, re-frack, Shobe
16687, MRO, re-frack, Bottleson
16689, PA
16693, still active
16694, Mogen well; recently off-line; back on status; a nice well; steady Eddy
16695, a Chapin well, bump in production; steady Eddy
16698, Oakdale, one of the poorer Oakdale wells; better now? off-line again 6/17; finally back on line 8/18 with nice production; check back in a year or so;
16701, PA
16703, steady Eddy
16704, MRO, re-fracked 5/17; Darcy 34-32H; API: 33-025-00642; two neighboring wells: 25114 and 25115; no immediate halo effect seen; Bailey; cum 349K 5/18;
16709, still active
16710, still active
16711, still active
16713, steady Eddy, EOG, Austin; cum 596K 12/18;
16715, MRO, steady Eddy; re-frack candidate?
16716, still active, nice well;
16720, stil active
16721, still active
16725, lousy well; still active
16726, MRO, re-fracked? 2/16; link here;

16727; a good well; EOG, after being IA, now back on status as of 6/18; unremarkable;
16728, still active
16729, MRO, re-fracked 11/12 or fracked for first time then?
16730, BR, recently brought back on line; nope, back off-line through 8/18;
16731, Whiting, Locken; great well; off-line as of 6/17; back on line as of 9/17;
16732, still active
16734, a nice well
16735, a nice well; off-line since 2/17; neighboring MRO wells about to be fracked?; updated, 5/18;
16736, a nice MRO well; re-fracked? slight bump in production
16737, still active
16738, still active
16744, lousy well;
16746, EOG, nice well; taken off-line 2/17; back online; great well;
16747, lousy well; EOG; IAW
16748, still active
16749, nice well;
16750, Sinclair; nice well
16751, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-frack?
16753, MRO, re-frack; link here;
16754, MRO, a nice well; a big jump, 1/15;
16758, MRO, a nice well; off-line 5/17; back on line 9/17; not much increase;
16759, MRO, a nice well; most likely re-fracked 1/15; yes - re-fracked
16760, PNC, MRO,
16761, MRO, a nice well; a jump in production 1/12; struggling in 2018; getting ready for a re-frack;
16763, PNC, Encore
16764, MRO, a nice well;
16765, XTO, a nice well;
16766, XTO, a nice well;
16767, PNC, Encore
16768, EOG, a huge well; typical decline rate;
16769, PA, Hess;
16771, still active, Hess,
16772, MRO, huge well; refracked in 2013
16774, EOG, a nice well; not a good well;
16775, CLR, still active
16776, Hunt, a nice well;
16778, MRO, most likely a re-frack;
16779, start here;
16780, Whiting, a very nice well; but off-line last few months (6/17); placed on things to follow up list -- noted September 23, 2017; link here;

16781, Whiting, a very nice Sanish well;
16784, EOG, a huge Wayzetta well; candidate for re-frack
16787, Resource Energy CAN-AM, lousy well; still active for some reason
16790, Resource Energy, still active; not all that great
16791, BR, still active; very little production recently
16792, BR, still active;
16794, SM Energy; still active
16795, EOG, a huge well;
16797, CLR, still active
16798, BR, a very nice well
16799, Hunt, still active
16800, Hess, still active
16803, Hess, a nice well; but coming to an end
16804, Hess, a nice well;
16806, BR, a nice well;
16807, MRO, still active; candidate for re-frack
16810, Oasis, still active, a lousy well;
16811, MRO, must be a re-frack
16817, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-frack
16822, Whiting, a very nice well;
16824, Hess, a very nice well;
16825, Hess, a very nice well; off-line recently; back on line; no halo effect
16828, XTO, still active; coming to an end
16831, Hess, a nice well
16833, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16835, MRO, a very nice well;
16837, XTO, a nice well;
16838, XTO, a nice well;
16839, Murex, a huge well; a bump in 8/10; a re-entry well;
16840, Statoil, a lousy well;
16842, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16845, Slawson, a huge well in the Sanish;
16846, EOG, off-line; a big well; activity in the area? nope, I don't see any reason for this well coming off line; back on-line 11/17;
16848, Slawson, a nice well;
16850, CLR, still active
16852, Whiting, a very nice well;
16853, MRO, a nice well; a nice bump 5/15; a candidate for re-frack;
16854, BR, still active
16855, Slawson, a nice well;
16856, QEP -- one of the few lousy Grail wells;
16857, Hess, still active
16858, CRL, a nice well;
16860, MRO, a nice well; a big bump in production 1/15;
16868, MRO, a nice well; a candidate for a re-frack;
16869, CLR, still active
16871, Whiting, a very nice well;
16872, Slawson, a nice well;
16873, Hess, a nice well;
16875, MRO, a nice well; re-fracked;
16876, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16877, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16879, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16880, Hess, a nice well;
16881, Hess, a very nice well;
16884, Hess, still active;
16885, EOG, a huge well;
16886, BR, a nice well;
16887, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-fracking;
16890, BR, a nice well;
16891, MRO, a very nice well; re-fracked 4/14;
16893, Statoil, a nice well;
16898, Statoil, still active;
16902, Whiting, a very nice well;
16905, Whiting, a nice well;
16908, MRO, a nice well; a candidate for re-fracking
16909, MRO, a nice well; a candidate for re-fracking
16911, Hess, a nice well;
16912, BR, a nice well;
16914, XTO, a nice well;
16920, Slawson, still active;
16922, Hunt, a nice well;
16923, MRO, still active; recently off-line; probably re-fracked 10/17;
16925, MRO, a nice well; re-fracked 7/17;
16926, EOG, a nice well; small bump 7/17; a Gudbranson well; no neighboring well;
16927, CLR, a nice well;
16928, Hess, still active, a lousy well;
16930, Murex, a very nice well; a Monster Well; in Stanley oil field; need to follow up on this periodically, maybe annually;
16931, EOG, a very nice well;
16934, Whiting, a nice well; Fladeland;
16935, Kaiser-Francis; a bump in 6/17; a nice well;
16936, EOG, a nice well;
16940, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-frack;
16941, Petro-Hunt, a lousy well; still active
16942, Newfield, a nice well; Rolfsrud;
16943, CLR, a nice well; Bice;
16944, Hess, still active
16946, Newfield, still active, a lousy well;
16948, MRO, a nice well; a candidate for re-frack
16949, Oasis, a nice well; erratic production;
16950, EOG, nice bump 11/16;
16951, MRO, still active; candidate for re-frack
16952, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-frack; off-line these last two months; huge re-frack; Christensen;
16953, Kaiser-Francis, a nice well;
16954, EOG, a huge single section Parshall well;
16955, XTO, a nice well;
16957, Hess, a nice well; erratic production;
16958, Hess, a nice well; candidate for re-frack;
16959; QEP, a rare lousy well for QEP in Blue Buttes; PA
16960, QEP, a nice well;
16961, EOG, a huge Wayzetta well;
16963, Petro-Hunt, a huge USA well;
16964, MRO, still producing; off-line last two months; re-fracked, 45 stages; 5.5 million lbs; see this post; voigt 11-15H, t5/08; cum 377K 11/18;
16965, EOG, a nice well;
16968, Liberty Resources, a lousy well; IAW
16970, EOG, a nice well;
16971, EOG, a huge well;
16972, EOG, a huge well;
16973, EOG, a nice Wayzetta well;
16975, MRO, still active; off-line for past several months; IA
16976, MRO, a nice well; candidate for re-frack
16977, Whiting, a big well;
16978, Equinor/Statoil, a lousy well; IA; back online 3/18;
16979, Hess, a lousy well; IA; back online 8/17;
16981, Hess, still active
16982, MRO, a nice well; re-fracked 3/15?
16983, BR, a nice well;
16984, Hess, a nice well;
16986, EOG, a nice Parshall well;
16988, CLR, a huge well for CLR in Bear Creek; a big bump 9/13; see also #19616;
16990, EOG, a huge Parshall well; see this post;  8/18;
16991, EOG, a huge Wayzetta well; 828K 11/18;
16992, MRO, a nice well; IA
16993, MRO, still producing
16994, EOG, IAW; a lousy well;
16997, EOG, a huge Van Hook well; 602K 8/18;
16998, MRO, a nice well; a bump 4/14;
16999, Hess, a lousy well;

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