saw that..they obviously believe that there is enough oil to be recovered to spend the coin to complete those wells. wish we knew if they were building tank batteries or not and could get some local feedback on flares or lack thereof.
In Glacier County, Rosetta Resources Operating LP reported the completion of nine wells: the Tribal Gunsight 31-16H, with an SHL at SE SE 31-34N-6W (330 FSL/682 FEL); the Tribal Riverbend 12-13H, with an SHL at SW SW 12-37N-9W (595 FSL/330 FWL); the Tribal Riverbend W 07-4H, with an SHL at NW NW 7-36N-9W; the Tribal Big Rock 29-13H with an SHL at SW SW 29-37N-6W (370 FSL/1150 FWL); the Tribal Riverbend 3609-07-04H, with an SHL at NW NW 7-36N-9W (280 FNL/435 FWL); the Tribal Riverbend 3709-12-13H, with an SHL at SW SW 12-37N-9W (575 FSL/320 FWL); the Tribal Big Rock 3706-29-13H, with an SHL at SW SW 29-37N-6W (370 FSL/1150 FWL); the Coyote Springs 3406 18-16H, with an SHL at SE SE 18-34N-6W (200 FSL/330 FEL) and the Little Rock Coulee 3507-27-16H, with an SHL at SE SE 27-35N-7W (341 FSL/330 FEL). No Initial Potential/Production rates were disclosed for the wells. Rosetta announced their withdrawal from the Glacier County play last year.
calling win..got any info on total depth or formation targeted by these wells? lengths of laterals? stages? amount of water/proppant used?
Go to the MT Division of Natural Reaources websites(s) to find the answers to many of your questions. There is an online database available for query. You should have no problem finding the detail on these wells.