OCR Interpretation


Montana oil and mining journal. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1931-1953, August 25, 1945, Image 3

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Active Montana
Wildcats
The boss on a vacation and a two
day holiday this week are just TOO
much. Herewith the wildcats with
the few reports we were able to
gather in:
Arch Apex Structure
ARCB-APEX-PABSELL NO. 1—
NW KWH HE* 4-3SH-3E
Lost first hole, 420; fishing, 965.
Big Timber Structure
(Sweetgram Gouty)
STANOUND-RAPSTAD NO. 1—
SE SE SW 31-2N-15E
Spudded 4-25-45; drilling, 5349.
Broadview Dome
BILLINGS O. a G.-MI RRAY NO. 1—
13-3N-22E
Spudded 12-4-44; el., 4275; 8H-lnch pipe
. froze, 2810. Drilling and carrying 7-lncn,
3516.
Camp Creek Hills
W. L. DURHAM-ECTON NO. 1—
Sec. 29-1S-3E
Standing, 385.
Devon Area
?
PERRY, UNVILLB, SMITH-JACOBS NO. 1
C NW14 10-32N-2E
Spudded 4-5-45; standing, 705.
Dutton Structure
R. C. TABBANT-EMMA HODGES NO. 1—
SE SE SB 31-24N-1B
Spudded 9-13-44; standing, 1674.
Hagan Structure
HAGAN STRDCTCRB-LAV1NA HORN NO.
i—
NE NE SE 9-31N-7W
Spudded 12-8-44; drilling past 2810, mak
ing new hole.
Hardin Structure
MARCUS SNYDER - BÜZZETTI • COBK1N8
ET AL NO. 1—
Lot 3, Sec. 24-1S-32E
Spudded 7-26-45; set 10-lnch on top
Frontier, 660. Some gas showing.
Hardrock Structure
C. C. H.-STATE NO. 1—•
C SW SW NE 36-36N-1E
Spudded 8-29-44; 7-lnch landed. 2000;
5*-inch landed, 2262, in top of Sunburst.
Some water In Sunburst: reaming 6-lnch,
first
2240.
Hingham
HINGHAM-H0B80N-FLINK NO. 1—
NE BE* SE<4 25-3SN-10E
Landed 5-lnch at 4018; 5%-inch cement
ed, 4105. Drilling, 4335.
Joplin Structure
TEXACO-JOPLIN-8TATK M-2071 NO. 1—
SE SE NW 16-33N-7E
Spudded 6-20-45; elevation, 3402. Top
Sunburst 3030, top ribbon sand 3080.
Top Ellis sand 3298. ElUs-Madlson con
tact, 3358. DST 3302-3326, open 1 hr. and
40 min., rec. 50 ft. drilling mud and
show on. DST 3326-48 open 30 min., 510
ft. sulphur water only. DST. 3361-61,
open 30 min., rec. 1 ft. drilling mud only.
Cored good oil saturation, 3301-05, 3312
16 *, 3317-18 and 3321-22. Sulphur, water
3817-3908, T.D.. 3908. P.B., 3298 to lest
saturation in Ellis sand. Waiting on
spudder.
Lewistown Structure
R. C. TABBANT-8TANLEY NO. 1—
C NE NW 29-15N-19E
Standing, 450.
Midway Area
O. H. HENDRICKSON-BRAT8BEBG NO. 1
C SE SB NE 28-28N-1E
Spudded 10-27-44; gas shows.
570: water. 1225; top Kootenai.
3358. Standing, 1466
Milk River Wildcat
CARTEB-PHILLIP8-LUCY WEA8ELHRAD
NO. 1—
C SW NE 28-34N-12W
Spudded 7-26-45; reaming 13%-inch hole.
Spudded 7-26-45; drilling, 1458.
485 and
1276. El..
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Mizpah Structure
(Powder River County)
8TANOLIND-N. P. NO. I—
C NW NE SB 27-2Sr60E
El.. 3314; surface pipe set, 371. Set 9*
Inch casing, 3671. On D8T 6545-5685,
open 30 min. rec. 3100 ft. water. On DST
5781-5790, rec. no fluid. On DST 1 hr.
8760-8805, rec. 3,000 ft. water cushion
and additional 2,262 ft. brackish water.
No shows oU or aas. T.D., 8991. PB, 3574.
COMPLETION. Dry hole. P. & A.
Mosby Dome
SCHROCK-FIFER NO. I—
NW NW NW 21-15N-30E
Spudded 7-12-45; repairs, 890.
North Conrad Area
NORTH CONRAD SYND.-YEAGER NO. 1—
C NE NW NE 24-30N-3W
Spudded 7-10-4S; drilling. 890
North Cut Bank
CARTBR-B. N. BRINDLEY NO. I—
NE NE 12-36N-6W
Spudded 8-16-45; WOC. 598.
Pondera Field
A. B. COBB « CO.-EBICKBON NO. 2—
SW NE NW 11-27N-4W
Spudded 6-30-45; drilling, 600
TRIWAY-GJULLIN NO. 4
C NE NE SW 10-27N-4W
Spudded 6-29-45; EM 1934. 011 show In
break, 1934. To acidize.
TETON 8YND1CATE-H1R8HBERG NO. I
C NW NE NE 22-27N-4W
Spudded 6-26-45; repairs, 480.
Potter Creek Structure
R. C. TABRANT-KOVICH NO. I—
NE SW NE 8-13N-21E
Spudded 8-23-45.
Reagan Nose Structure
UNION-TRIBAL 104 NO. 4
NW SE SE 27-37N-7W
Spudded 6-22-46; T.D., 4078. Testing
through 20 perf., 3866-76. Acidized 500
gals. Got 800 ft. sulphur water. Cemented
and cleaning.
Sage Creek Structure
SMITH • OUUCK-SORRBNSON • SMITH
NO. 1—
C NE >4 NW 14 22-37N-7E
1,000 feet of water at 4140. Water abut
off with 3-inch pipe, 4179; operations
suspended, probably In Devonian. 4440.
Teton Structure
GENERAL PET.-NO. S8 3-G—
SW SE SW 3-25N-8W
MIRT.
Thorpe-Parrent Pool
AJLP. OH. CO.-HOLBBOOK NO. I—
NE SW NE 2-36N-3W
Spudded 8-8-45; drilling, 992.
Utopia Block
TEXAOO-8TATB M 1094 NO. 1—
NW SE* SE* 16-S8-4K
eraged 19 bbU. 18-grarlty oil, 10 bbU.
water first 10 days. Bunding
AV
f K X A CO-LA AS NO. 1—
KV. SW SW 14-33-4K
Spudded 6-21-44. COMPLETION 9-20-44.
TX>., 2610. EM, 2333. 260.000 cu. ft. gas.
920 - 930 . More than 20,000.000 ft, sweet
gas. R. P. 900 lbs.. In basal Ellis above
Madison. OU cored at top of Madison,
tight to flow. Perforated. 2336-2347.
ked up addiUonal gas flow of 6,000,
000 feet In Madison. Standing. Shut-In
pressure, 1026 lbs. per square Inch.
TEXACO-G.P. 084862
C NW SE SW 15-33N-4E
Drilling, 1400.
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Pic
Reservation
(Continued From Page 1)
lowing extended geophysical sur
veys, are expected to cast much
light on the theory that oil found
on the adjacent Sweetgrass Arch
has its origin in the beds down
slope to the west, beneath or adja
cent to the Rockies.
Action In
(Continued Prom Page 1)
also will be accompanied by a re
newal of arbitrary restrictions that
have prevented operators from ob
taining a fair price for their crude,
such as would be obtainable under
normal marketing conditions, re
mains to l>e seen.
At any rate, Kevin-Sunbursl is
quieting down, and it is probable a
similar quietude is settling over
many other fields in the nation in
which operators have been recel v
g subsidies.
The one completion recorded dur
ing the week was Texaco's No. 19
Davey, SW SE SE 3-35N-2W. Drilled
to 1673, it got the Etlis-Madison con
tact at 1671. with a show of oil that
will be acidized,
fhe full field report;
AIlAMSHESU McMAMS NO. 2—
C NE SW SW 21-35N-2W
Spudded 8-17-45; standing, 80.
ARONOW-GOEDDERTZ NO. 4—
C NE NE NE 16-35N-3W
Spudded 8-3-45; drilling, 650.
P. J. B18CHER-OVKRBY NO. I—
NWBWNE8E 31-34N-2W
Spudded 6-16-45; drilling In.
.1. B. CATLKTT-CATLETT NO.
NW NE NE 9-35N-3W
Rig up. (FIRST REPORT)
COBB & HARDROCK-GOVT. 085196 NO. I
SE SW SW 7-35N 3W
Spudded 7-19-45; WOC. 1975.
COBB « HARDROCK GOV'T. NO. 10—
SE SW SW 18-35N-3W
Spudded 7-26-45; fishing, 2000.
ARTHUR H. HKAH-NEUMAN NO. 16—
NW SE NJÙ 22-35N-2W
Spudded 8-8-45; drilling, 650.
LATAH-IDAHO-NBWMAN NO. 2—
NW SE NE 24-32N-2W
Spudded 7-28-45; drilling, 800. No report.
PFABE A ENGLBKING-GOKDDERTZ NO.
in
I —
C NW NE NW 20-35N-2W
Spudded 5-17-45; EM. 1584. Shot, acid
ized three times. Testing.
PREVOL A SHAY-GOVT. NO. 17—
SW NW SE 9-35N-3W
Spudded 8-13-45; drilling, 5(50. (FIRST
REPORT)
H. O. STOCK-HAGGERTY NO. 5—
SE SE SE 14-35N-2W
Spudded 8-5-45; drilling, 1(50. No report.
TEXACO-DAVBY NO. 19—
SW SE SE 3-35N-2W
Spudded 7-28-45. COMPLETION 8-22-45.
TD„ 1673. Show EM, 1671. To acidize.
TEX/TCO-KENNEY NON-JOINT NO. 11—
NE SE SE 15-35N-2W
Spudded 7-30-45; drilling, 640.
THORPK-WALKEH ET AL-GF 085549 NO.
SW SW NE 5-34N-2W
Rig up. (FIRST REPORT)
L. J. YE ALE Y4H AW NO. 18
C NE NE SW 35-36N-2W
Repairs. 935.
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Egtoblimhod 1933
SHELBY
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to 50 communities in four northwestern states
through more than 1,000 miles of high-pres
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Great Falls, Montano
TOOL* COUNTY TUAN SPERM
Up Toot* Qaun AMnet Co.
SbdIVy I BuoäLräa
OIL AND GAS LEASE
Lula M. Putnam to Clarence E. Shoe
maker and H. C. Wadlelgh, se ne, 5-34-lw
John W Broderick to Montana-Dakota
füll tie* Co , sw, 5. w w. 8 32-lw
RELEASE OF OIL AND G.AS LEASES
Rim Rock Producing Co., to Treffle
Peter Berube, s *. nw sw, ne se. 27. se se.
28, nw, w ne, se ne. n se. 34-37-le.
R. G. Parrent and Parrenl Petroleum
Co., to Ale* McAlplne. w se e sw. e nw.
sw nw. 25, se sw, 24,
s se, e sw, nw sw, s nw. sw ne, 23. se.
s ne. nw, ne ne. 27, ne. 28, e ne, nw nw.
30, he nw. 31-37-3w.
E. J. Stromnes and C. E, Berkner to
Alex McAlplne, same as above.
ASSIGNMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASES
R. G. Parrent to Even L. Anderson and
1- awrence Semenza. 2/3 Interest In s ne.
2- 36-3W,
Rudolph J. Roseth to Lee N Edwards,
e se, nw se. 35-35-3w.
ne. w nw, ne nw, 26.
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