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PLS's Western Scout covers local drilling activity, permit data, rig activity and completions in the Southern Rockies, (Colorado, Wyoming, NW Nebraska, Utah, Four Corners) and Western US, (California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington). Like all of PLS's Regionals this report includes a wealth of statistical analysis on activities and corporate performance. The reports also layer select advertising, business opportunities and multiple listings for sale.

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WS - Devon’s Teapot & Parkman ‘filler’ drilling delivers high oil cuts - April 23, 2019
As Devon Energy works through its Turner appraisal program this year in order to pursue full development as soon as 2020, it is also pursuing what it calls “filler” activity in shallower Teapot and Parkman formations. The company delivered solid results from several wells it brought online in these formations in late 2018 and early 2019 in Converse County, Wyoming. Targeting the Teapot on the CU Downs Fed lease, the 15-2 (10,500-ft lateral; 5.5 MMlb proppant) and 35-1 (10,200-ft...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Peak E&P’s Campbell County Turner program yields strong wells - April 23, 2019
Peak Powder River Resources delivered some of the strongest results for the Turner formation in Campbell County, Wyoming, during 2018. Recently reported to the state and completed in Q4, the Roush Fed #2-27-22TH (8,501-ft lateral; 4.3 MMlb sand) tested at an initial 24-hour rate of 1,709 boe/d (96% oil) from the Turner on a 32/64-inch choke at 1,350 psi FTP. Earlier in the year, the Atwood-Laur State #1-36TH (3,861-ft lateral; 20 stages) flowed an IP24 of 2,228 boe/d (85% oil) from the...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Chesapeake Energy Highlights - April 23, 2019
In Converse County, Wyoming, Chesapeake Energy’s Clausen #11- 34-71 USA A TR 20H was completed with a 7,163-ft lateral and 7.5 MMlb proppant. On test, the well flowed an initial 24-hour rate of 2,277 boe/d (83% oil) from the Turner on a 20/64-inch at 1,742 psi FTP. On the same pad, the previously reported 11-34-71 USAA TR #21H (8,824-ft lateral; 9.8 MMlb proppant) produced an IP24 of 2,504 boe/d (80% oil) on a 20/64-inch choke at 1,852 psi FTP. These are the two highest Turner IP24s for the...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Crestwood Equity Highlights - April 23, 2019
Crestwood Equity Partners acquired a 50% interest in Jackalope Gas Gathering Services from Williams for $485 million. The Jackalope assets are located in Converse County, Wyoming and consist of the Jackalope gas gathering system and the Bucking Horse processing plant. The system is supported by a 358,000- acre dedication by Chesapeake and a 30,000-acre dedication by Panther Energy. The Jackalope and Bucking Horse assets are currently undergoing extensive expansion projects to increase gathering...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Petroteq Energy Highlights - April 23, 2019
Petroteq Energy entered a definitive agreement to acquire oil sands assets in Utah from Petrollo for $13 million. Petroteq is gaining 50% WI in six federal leases covering 2,540 net acres, in the BLMdesignated Special Tar Sands...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Deutsche Rohstoff Highlights - April 23, 2019
Deutsche Rohstoff-backed Bright Rock Energy LLC has acquired 300 net acres of additional mineral acreage and minority working interest in Utah for $2 million. The assets currently produce 30...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Chevron Highlights - April 23, 2019
Chevron will gain substantial positions in the Rockies via its recently announced agreement to acquire Anadarko for $50 billion. Anadarko holds 400,000 acres of contiguous core acreage in the DJ Basin with more than 250,000 boe/d of production. The company also has more than 300,000 net acres in the Powder River...
Apr 23, 2019
WS - Duchesne County, Utah’s multi-zone potential awaits its boom - April 2019
Things are happening in Duchesne County, Utah, although the area isn’t garnering much attention. EP Energy’s first horizontal in the area turned out to be its most productive well in company history: the Duchesne City 2H (9,800-ft lateral) flowed an initial 24-hour rate of 1,888 boe/d (84% oil) from the Wasatch and 118,00 bo in its first 84 days. Newfield Exploration’s horizontals into the Uteland Butte formation have delivered IP rates on par with the best Turner wells in the Powder River...
Apr 02, 2019
WS - Navigation scores company record in the Turner - April 2019
Navigation Petroleum’s Powder River subsidiary flowed its best well yet in the basin during Q1, according to the company. The Jacob Federal 1-42-73-3H well was completed at the end of March with a 4,366-ft lateral in Campbell County, Wyoming. On test, the well flowed a peak initial 24-hour rate of 2,210 boe/d (91% liquids) from the Turner formation and a 30-day rate of 2,210 boe/d, or 464 boe/d per 1,000 lateral feet. This is one of six wells permitted on a single pad and the third...
Apr 02, 2019
WS - Regional Highlights - April 02, 2019
The EIA projects Niobrara production will sequentially rise 21,000 bo/d and 75 MMcf/d in April to 753,000 bo/d and 5.482 Bcf/d. There are 527 DUCs in the Niobrara as of February, up by eight from January.Judge Rudolph Contreras of the US District Court in the District of Columbia ruled that the BLM did not “sufficiently consider climate change” when permitting drilling on a 300,000-acre area in Wyoming. Currently, drilling has been halted on most of Wyoming’s public lands...
Apr 02, 2019

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