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Also 16 or 1.4% had a third months production but no second months production. For all months with no production that cell was was left blank rather than incerting a zero. However I collected some data of my own from July and August 2014.Therefore months with no production were not counted in any average. If you go to NDIC Oil and Gas Production Report, you find data on all wells previously brought on line.Using the well numbers, I have managed to match 1,127 wells in my database with the same well number in Enno’s data.There were a more matches than this but had no data or incomplete data.The vertical axis is the devisor needed to convert the first 24 hours production to second month barrels per day.From this chart you can see that the conversion from the first 24 hour production to the second months production is non-linear.For instance if the first 24 hours production was between barrels then we could expect the second months production to be about half that.From about 1350 barrels to 1600 barrels the first 24 hours then the average second months production would be about one third that number.
What I do know is that it is the first 24 hours of measured production.I have collected, from this source, the data from 2,565 wells dating from November 1st 2013 to the present date.Enno Peters gathered data from several thousand Bakken wells dating from the early Bakken t mid 2014.This was especially true with first 24 hour production up to 1,050 barrels.The “First 24hr Barrels” chart line is smooth of course because that is the sort index.