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  • Strong Reasons To Buy Chesapeake [View article]
    Strong reason to buy CHK? Cause you have a bunch you need to sell.
    Jun 19, 2015. 04:55 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Whiting Petroleum offer to create big inventory backlog, floor trader says [View news story]
    Free beer tomorrow... What a timely sale by KOG!
    Mar 25, 2015. 02:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bakken Update: Frac Sand Pricing Could Go Parabolic As EOG Resources' Well Design Revolutionizes Unconventional Oil Production [View article]
    Agreed. My bad for the snarky comments. Still...it doesn't retract from the comparisons made between the EOG and PVA IPs in the Eagle Ford and saying the choke size difference is insignificant to that comparison. Production results (IPs and/or cumulatives) comparisons using only the data submitted to the states is difficult at best, although it is all we have available, typically. Initial well flowback methods, production methods (artificial lift, etc) can vary greatly between operators. It is nearly impossible to make a valid results comparison without taking into account these variations along with, and more importantly, the reservoir/geologic variations and the lateral placement in zone including the footage of lateral in zone.
    Caps off to Michael for his efforts to evaluate the various completion techniques being used/tried in Bakken-Three Forks. IMO, it's a bit too early to make claims that frac sand pricing could go parabolic.
    Oct 24, 2013. 01:27 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bakken Update: Frac Sand Pricing Could Go Parabolic As EOG Resources' Well Design Revolutionizes Unconventional Oil Production [View article]
    Michael. Your comment, "...but the (choke) size difference is not significant enough to make a material difference," is incorrect. Comparing IP data from a choke size in the mid-30s to one in the mid-teens is not possible. I just reviewed a flowback report where the choke was "insignificantly" changed from a 36 to a 28; the oil and water production rate was cut in half. Also, EOG has a well, #16991 (short lateral), in Parshall that only has 2MM lbs of prop in it and it's 180 cum-oil equals that of #21239. Why didn't you have that well in your comparison?
    Under normal circumstances, I'd advise folks to not take investment advise from a shirtless guy in a swim cap. Swimming advice...maybe.
    Oct 24, 2013. 11:42 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bakken Update: Frac Sand Pricing Could Go Parabolic As EOG Resources' Well Design Revolutionizes Unconventional Oil Production [View article]
    Michael. Your comment, "...but the (choke) size difference is not significant enough to make a material difference," is incorrect. Comparing IP data from a choke size in the mid-30s to one in the mid-teens is not possible. I just reviewed a flowback report where the choke was "insignificantly" changed from a 36 to a 28; the oil and water production rate was cut in half. Also, EOG has a well, #16991 (short lateral), in Parshall that only has 2MM lbs of prop in it and it's 180 cum-oil equals that of well #21239.
    Oct 24, 2013. 11:40 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Real EUR Of EOG's Bakken Shale Wells [View instapost]
    Please tell me I'm not the first to notice that Michael Filloon's article had nothing to do with QEP EUR results and was written about EOG Bakken wells. Do you even edit your material, Mark? You have EOG all over the production charts but discuss QEP throughout the text. Did you assume that QEP and EOG use the same decline curve analysis methods or do you just have trouble with ticker symbols?
    May 30, 2013. 05:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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