Abstract: Performance Review of Tiger Ridge and Bullhook Gas Units
The Tiger Ridge and Bullhook gas units in north-central Montana have been on stream more than 3 years producing natural gas from the Eagle Sandstone at a depth of approximately 1,300 ft (396 m). A review of performance, including reservoir parameters, development programs, completion techniques, production history and problems, and economics, is given. Explanations of the current state of reserve development and necessary future drilling programs are discussed.
AAPG Search and Discovery Article #90971©1976 AAPG-SEPM Rocky Mountain Sections 25th Annual Meeting, Billings, Montana