WorldWide Drilling Resource

12 MAY 2022 WorldWide Drilling Resource® Anthony with Benson Pump. Justin represented Mitsubishi Materials U.S.A. Robert with ESI Supply. Baroid IDP had Justin onboard. Great group representing Wholesale Pump & Supply. Andre was busy working at the Johnson Screens booth. Bobby & Michael with Baker Manufacturing Company. Rick was on deck for Foremost. Carmela & David Worwood. Norman was happy to represent Cotey Chemical. Wyo-Ben had Stewart on duty. Gavin & Shalee were in the Moab Bit & Tool Co. booth. Charles & Jeff with WellJet®. Geoprobe® Trio of Dan, Lee, and Doug. Lots of help at the Solar Power & Pump Co. booth. Blue skies for the Geoprobe® demo on core sampling. Andrew for DAB Pumps. Dr. Caitlin Barnes got a song and a trim?! Breanna & Ingrid were there for Drilling Equipment Resources. The King Oil Tools / GEFCO duo. This is just a sneak peek ~ visit for more photos online! Utah Ground Water Association Latest Gas and Oil Estimates for the Williston Basin Adapted from Information by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) The USGS has completed a gas and oil estimate for the Bakken and Three Forks Formations in the Williston Basin of Montana and North Dakota. The estimate includes 4.3 billion barrels of unconventional oil and 4.9 trillion cubic feet of unconventional natural gas in the two formations. This assessment updates the 2013 USGS assessment of the Williston Basin. "This assessment is the latest in a long line of work we've conducted in the Williston Basin," said Sarah Ryker, USGS associate director for energy and minerals. "The Williston Basin has, in many ways, mirrored our broader energy work. What began with assessments of potential energy resources has grown to encompass both energy and water production, infrastructure and impacts, demonstrating the importance of both to the regional and national economies." G&O USGS / Williston continued on page 14.