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Montana oil and mining journal. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1931-1953, November 30, 1946, Image 5

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Union Well
(Continued Prom Page \)
19-36N-5W, in the lime area, is being
completed as a failure in that hori
zon and will be plugged back to be
saved for gas.
An initial output of 70 barrels
daily was recorded by Consolidated
Gas-Frary-Sherman-Tribal 8745 No.
4, SE NW SW 13-32N-6W. It has
been drilled in for some time but
completion figures were not avail
able. '
While there are a few wells work
for the most part the field is
shut down, particularly in the
outlying portions, with frequent
storms adding to the already heavy
burden of snow that has made most
roads impassable or dangerous,
full field report
(AKTKR-M. P. BROWN NO. 1
C SE NE 24-36N-6W
Rotary tools. Spudded 7-16-46; EM, 3076.
PBTD 8148.
gas. Perf. 42 holes, 3134-48. Flowed 10
BO and 4 bbls. water per day. Acidised
500 gals. Swabbed and bailed 67 BO 1st
12 hrs., 61 BO next 24 hrs., and 24 BO
last 24 hrs. Perf. 3 holes, 3138-62 and
acidized 1000 gals. Flowed 66 BO. mostly
BS. Flowed 33 bbls. BS and water. Est.
' 800,000 cu. ft gas. Set 7-ln. at 3054 and
cemented. Shut down due to storm.
CA8TLB-PARDEB-TBIBAL 8630 NO. 6
CNUNWNW 30-32N-6W
Spudded 9-5-46; TX>„ 2990; 1600 ft. fluid.
On pump, but no report.
A. B. COBB-TRIBAL MAGUIRE 304 NO. 2
SE SW NW 23-32N-6W
Spudded 10-17-46; shut down by storm,
A. B. COBB-8ECURITY STATE BANK NO.
2
NW NE NE 1-31N-6W •
Spudded 11-11-46; shut down, 425.
DESIMONE-TRIBAL 223 NO. 4
NW NW NW 26-32-6W
Spudded 10-9-46; standing, 3000.
B. L. PR ARY-TRIBAL 7 NO. 6
NW NE SE 14-32N-6W
Spudded 11-9-46; standing, 770.
G. S. PR ARY -085208 NO. 1
SE SW NW 12-36N-6W
Location.
G. 8. PR ARY -TRIBAL 245 NO. 2
SE SW NE 14-32N-6W
Location.
GRACE HAGERTY-TR1BAL 299 NO. 2
SE SW SE 11-32N-6W
Rig up.
CONS. GAS-PRABY-SHERMAN 8745 NO.
4
SE NW SW 13-32N-6W
Spudded 9-21-46; 1,000 ft. fluid In hole at
3154. Drilled to T.D., 3158. Swabbing for
test. COMPLETION. I.P. 70 BOPD.
TEXACO-TRIBAL BLACK BEAR NO. 1
C SW SW 29-36N-6W
Spudded 10-21-46; standing, 850.
UNION-PEE NO. 1
C SW SW 19-36N-6W
Spudded 9-19-46; T.D., 3188. Acidized
1,000 gals. I.P.. 25 bbls. oil and water,
some gas. Standing.
UNION-JOHNSON UNIT NO. 3
C 12-33N-5W
Spudded 1M7-46; standing, 60.
UNlON-McGUINNBSS NO. 7
C SW NE NW 0-35N-6W
Spudded 9-26-46; 9,000,000 cu. ft. gas
Cut Bank; drilling, 3045, presumably
top of Madison.
UNION-STUPFT NO. 2
C SE NW 19-36N-6W
Elev. 4003. Spudded 511-46; set 7-lnch.
2910; set 614-ln liner, 3082. I
and flowing 5 bbls. per hour
T.D., 3106. Acidized 1,000
5hr. test, flowed 75 bblg. In another,
flowed 85 bbls. Moving off rig before
completing tests.
ÜNION-8TUPPT 417 NO, 1
C NE SE 24-88N-6W
Spudded 7-14-46; T.D., 3145. Cemented
whipstock, 2630.
UNION-STUPFT 418 HO. 3
C NW NW 19-36N-5W
Spudded 7-31-46; EM, 3005. TJD., 3122.
Water, 8117. Show oil, 3097-3102. P.B.,
3103. Acidized with 1,000 gallons. To
plug back and complete as gasser.
ÜNION-8TÜPPT 418 NO. 6
C SW NE 19-36N-5W
Spudded 10-22-46; standing, 1975.
W A LGREN -BRITTON NO. 3
NE SE NE 14-34N-6W
Spudded 10-1-46. COMPLETION 11-26-46.
TJD., 2930. No report.
The
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gals. In one
Rock Creek Wildcat
Drills Past 1372
Rock Creek Bench Oil Company's
wildcat in Fergus county, about 10
miles southwest of Lewistown, in
NE NE NE NW 36-14N-16E, is re
ported drilling at 1372 feet. This
well topped the first Cat Creek sand
at 823, the second at 1020, the third
at 1323. All carried water. The well
is being drilled by Amlck Bros.,
using portable rotary.
Know Tour Title
Shelby Abstract &
Credit Exchange
Lois J. Ayer*
Bonded end Certified Abutracter*
Shelby, Montan«
Carney Awards
(Continued Prom Pag* 1)
As in Bannatyne, the Texaco test
was drilled in a field already proven
for production (of high-pressure
gas) in sands above the Madison
lime. Positions of the two fields are
roughly similar, as concerns rela
tionship to the crest of Sweetgrass
arch folding. Both are east of and
downslope from the crest of the
arch, though Bannatyne is fully 750
feet structurally higher than Utopia.
Carney and associates are drilling
the well on a checkerboard of acre
age obtained from the Carter Oil
company, which leased the entire
Bannatyne field, on a farmout agree
ment
A heavy duty spudder with a
of around 4,000 feet
rated capacity
will be used for the operation, with
present plans made for landing 10
mch pipe on top of the Madison lime
at around 1600 feet.
Plans call for drilling into the
Devonian to a depth sufficient to
test the porous Devonian zones that
carried oil and gas in the Texaco
deep test on Utopia structure.
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rig to be used in the test is
1 now drilling a hole for Husky Re
fining Co. on the Kicking Horse gas i
I structure.
The Bannatyne deep test is
slated to apart in not later than
Dec. 20. and the agreement with
the Carter provides It mast be
oompleted not later than May 1,
1947.
While it will be watched with
great interest because its finding
The
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may have a profourid effect on de
velopment of a vast area adjacent
to the crest of the south Sweetgrass
arch. It will be watched for another
reason also, as being a test of the
old oil field axiom that the best
place to look for oil is in the lower
horizons of a field already produc
live from shallow zones.
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