A glimpse at what the Tyler may offer
North Dakota Geological Survey analyzes core samples that show economic promise for formation with the right techniques applied
For Petroleum News Bakken
When the first dozen Bakken wells were drilled and completed, they certainly weren’t making anyone rich. In fact, those early wells were only producing 40 to 120 barrels of oil per day.
“They were all uneconomic, but they were the foundation for building and unlocking the Bakken resource play,” said....
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