Welcome to the Henry Hill Oil Services December 2019 Newsletter
North Dakota’s Bakken Oil, Natural Gas Production Dip Viewed as Temporary
By NGI’s Shale Daily, Richard Nemec | Nov 21, 2019
Bakken oil and natural gas experienced a decline in the month of September. Williston, ND had a record breaking month in September with 8 inches of rain. With almost two weeks of nonstop weather, there was a decrease in production. Due to North Dakota’s road infrastructure and sensitivity to weather it led to roads being closed and trucking transport to be heavily effected. In response to the limitations on transportation, wells were shut in and production decreased. The oil production in September totaled to 43.2 million bbl compared to August totaling to 45.8 million bbl. Gas had a similar decline of approximately a total of 5 Bcf less in August.
The Advantages of Developing More Gathering Systems
To help establish a more reliable oil and gas production within the Bakken, Henry Hill Oil Services offers an alternative option for the transportation of produced waste from wells . Instead of relying on unpredictable trucking transportation, our pipeline gathering systems help ensure that the transportation of their waste is being taken care of both efficiently and cost-effectively. Henry Hill Oil Services provides crucial steps in the design, construction and operation of saltwater pipelines, gathering and disposal systems creating the most cost-effective, environmentally friendly solution to this byproduct of oil and gas production. With the creation and the development of gathering systems, Henry Hill Oil Services is helping position the Bakken and its partners to handle their saltwater disposal needs no matter what weather the Bakken is experiencing.
Elk Creek Could Relieve Flaring, Boost North Dakota Production, Oneok Says

By NGI’s Shale Daily, Suzanne Edwards | Nov 4, 2019

Oneok Inc, a company based out of Tulsa, OK, stated that the additional natural gas liquids pipeline could help manage the gas flaring amounts within the Bakken. The company executives said that the Elk Creek pipeline would rapidly bring gas flaring in the Bakken under control once it has reached capacity. The North Dakota Industrial Commision and the Department of Mineral Resources have establish a gas capture targets within the Bakken that have directly impacted the production of oil and gas. “Pipeline line fill activities on the northern section of Elk Creek are expected to begin in November and volumes will continue to ramp up through the remainder of the year, including approximately 25,000 b/d currently being railed that will transition to the pipeline,” said COO Kevin Burdick. “We expect to exit 2019 with more than 215,000 b/d of raw feed throughput for the region and reach more than 240,000 b/d in the first quarter of 2020.” With the pipeline it would allow the production within the Bakken to increase over time.

Oneok’s expansion of NGL pipelines and gas processing plants will increase oil and gas production growth within the Bakken. Waste water will increase due to a higher production from wells. Henry Hill Oil’s integrated water services help address saltwater needs within the Bakken with the highest standards in safety and service. By combining unique design features in Class II salt water disposal wells with efficient gathering systems and managing those systems with state of art SCADA software, Henry Hill Oil can reduce the cost of salt water disposal , reduce wear on well pads, and help position partners to handle their salt water disposal needs for the foreseeable future and growth.
Henry Hill Oil's integrated water services will address your saltwater disposal needs with the highest standards in safety and service.
Henry Hill’s water solutions are designed with you in mind. By combining unique design features in our Class II salt water disposal wells with efficient gathering systems and managing those systems with state of art SCADA software, Henry Hill Oil can reduce the cost of salt water disposal, reduce wear on well pads, and help position our partners to handle their salt water disposal needs for the foreseeable future.
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