In the Delaware Basin, WPX’s six-well Lindsay 10-15 pad has posted strong results from the Wolfcamp A formation, with three of the five 1.5-mile laterals hitting 24-hour highs exceeding 4,000 Boe/d (52% oil). The highest of the three hit 4,221 Boe/d.RESULTS
The five long laterals on the Lindsay pad had 30-day production averaging nearly 3,100 Boe/d (54% oil) per well. The sixth well was a 1-mile lateral that had 30-day production averaging 1,593 Boe/d (53% oil).
WPX’s CBR 6-7 five-well pad in the Delaware was completed late in the third quarter, including one well that didn’t post first sales until after quarter close. This pad also focused on the Wolfcamp A formation, which will be the emphasis of the company’s 2018 Delaware development program. Three of the five wells were 2-mile laterals, with two already reaching peak rates of 3,210 Boe/d (49% oil) and 3,024 (50% oil), respectively.
In the Williston Basin, WPX is now recognizing a blended type curve of 1,000 Mboe for its wells in the Middle Bakken and Three Forks formations. This represents an increase of 18 percent vs. the previous estimate in 2016 and is more than 60 percent higher than two years ago.
WPX’s first two of 23 planned wells in the Williston’s North Sunday Island area are performing even better than the revised type curve based on initial results. The Mandan North 13-24HW well posted a 24-hour high of 4,464 Boe/d (81% oil) and the Hidatsa North 14-23HX well posted a 24-hour high of 4,081 Boe/d (81% oil). The Hidatsa well has 30-day cumulative production of 100,377 Boe.
To the north and west of the North Sunday Island area, three Williston wells on the Ruby Parshall pad had 24-hour highs of 3,421 Boe/d, 3,319 Boe/d and 2,959 Boe/d in the third quarter. All three wells are 81 percent oil. The three wells have combined 30-day cumulative production of 169,000 Boe.
Also in the Williston Basin, WPX has 60-day cumulative production of 400,000 Boe (81% oil) from the five-well Rachel Wolf pad that was completed in the third quarter.
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