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Charlie Loomer and the A-Ls Prove To Be Good Luck for Hess

  • Tuesday, January 7, 2020
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McKenzie County, North Dakota

Enverus Bakken Scout, December 30, 2019​

Hess’ Q4 completion program is delivering top-tier results as the company targets a quarterly total of 55-60 new wells online. In McKenzie County, North Dakota, seven wells on the BB-Charlie Loomer-#150-95-0718 pad at Blue Buttes field averaged initial 24-hour rates of 5,340 boe/d (72% oil) apiece from laterals averaging 9,602 ft, or 556 boe/d per 1,000 lateral ft. Six of the wells rank among the top 10 Hess IP24s.


Delivering the highest rate was the BB-Charlie Loomer- #150-95-0718-H9, which sports a 7,526-ft effective lateral fracked with 7.1 MMlb of proppant. On test, the well produced 5,967 boe/d (71% oil) from the Middle Bakken, or 793 boe/d per 1,000 ft.


Also in Q4, six wells on the BB-Federal A-Ls-#151-95-0915H pad in the same field delivered strong rates. On average, each well had a 10,394-ft effective lateral and produced an initial 24-hour rate of 4,277 boe/d (75% oil), or 412 boe/d per 1,000 ft. Three of the wells ranked in Hess’ top 25 IP24s, with rates ranging 4,658-4,731 boe/d.


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