Bakken Hunter leads for Feb. spacing units
Sizes run the gamut from 2,560 acres down to 160; well densities range from one per 2,560 acres to as high as 16 per 1,280
For Petroleum News Bakken
The North Dakota Industrial Commission received numerous requests for the establishment of new drill spacing units that are on the commissionís February hearing docket, and the requests were led by Bakken Hunter LLC, Continental Resources and Burlington Resources. Combined, these three companies are....
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Hess, Petro-Hunt and Slawson
Statoil, Whiting, SM, XTO, WPX, Sequel
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