Samson O&G advised that the frac date for the Gary #1-24H well (located in Township 154N, Range 99W, Section 24 in Williams County, North Dakota) is tentatively scheduled for the week of August 16th or the week of August 23rd. The Gary #1-24H well construction is such that it allows 20 frac stages compared to the 15 used for the Gene #1-22 well, therefore is expected to have an improved production performance compared to the Gene #1-22 well. The Gary #1-24H well was drilled in the prolific middle member of the Mississippian Bakken Formation in the Williston Basin using the same design that was successfully implemented on the Gene #1-22H well. The Gary #1-24H was Samson's third Bakken well in the North Stockyard Field.
Gene #1-22H (30.6% working interest)
The Gene #1-22 well (located in Township 154N, Range 99W, Section 22 in Williams County, North Dakota) has just been put on pump after flowing naturally for three months and producing a cumulative 41,932 bbls of oil and 52,282 Mscf of gas to date. The well is now producing at a daily rate of 510 Bopd and 343 Mscfgd, which is in line with expectations.
Rodney #1-14H (27% working interest) & Earl #1-13H (32% working interest)
The spud date for the Rodney #1-14H well is currently expected to occur around the 20th of August. The Earl #1-13H well is then scheduled to follow the Rodney #1-14H well roughly two months later (mid-October spud). These will be Samson's fourth and fifth Bakken wells in the North Stockyard Field.
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