Upping densities in Dunn County
Continental looking at 14 wells on a standup 2,560 and seven on a 1,280; Hunt Oil looking at five wells on five 1,280s
By Mike Ellerd
For Petroleum News Bakken
Continental Resources and Hunt Oil Co. are seeking authority from the North Dakota Industrial Commission to increase well densities on existing spacing units in Dunn County. The two Bakken operators submitted applications that are on the commissionís docket for Aug. 28 and 29 hearings in Bismarc....
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Continentalís Jim Creek app
Hunt Oil in Wolf Bay
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