1st six months of 2018 are 10 times the months leading up to january 2018. What was the cost

to achieve this recompletion?

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6 months so far of 200+ million cu.ft./month since re-completion. This compares to only 3 months at that rate when the well was originally drilled. If that keeps up, I'd have to call the re-completion highly successful.

Public companies that make quarterly reports have stated re-frac costs of approximately $2M.  QEP has completed a lot of re-fracs over the last 2 to 3 years and a number of their wells show similar new production profiles.  Many original unit wells, 2008 to 2014, were short laterals with poor stimulation (low proppant loads compared to current well designs).  Even with good rock, those wells declined quickly.  It takes time to pick out the wells that have been re-fraced so I encourage members to post when they know their well(s) have been re-completed/repaired.

WORK PERMITS

REFERENCE NUMBER APPLICATION DATE EXPIRATION DATE WORK PERMIT TYPE WORK PERMIT STATUS WORK PERMIT STATUS_DATE TOTAL DEPTH WORK_PERFORMED DOCUMENTATION RECEIPT DATE TEST SAND WORK DESCRIPTION
1216-17-3-14 11/13/2017 11/09/2018 HYDRAULIC FRACTURE STIMULATION APPROVED 11/13/2017 16446 Y PERF & FRAC 11932-16342' REPAIR

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