These days, most of the increased density wells are horizontal. You have to read the paperwork to tell. You have the Pipkin #1-28H (horizontal) well which is lined up on the far west side of the section. Think of a cigar in a cigar box. You have room for quite a few more wells. It looks like section 21 just to your north has seven wells. So now think of six more wells lined up in your cigar box right next to each other. They are spaced properly so they will drain the most efficiently. I am not saying you have that many-they just have the request for one more, but the exhibits from the hearing will give an estimated ultimate recovery and you can tell by the numbers what the expected total wells might be.
If other members of your family leased, each one could have made a different decision on their bonus and royalty rate. If you are pooled, you must make a selection from the options they give you within 20 days or they assign you the lowest royalty. Usually, if family members stick together, they can get better terms, but each signs their own lease.
The Pipkin well was drilled in 2014, so you are held by production (HBP) by that well and also held by the terms of the lease or pooling that went with that well. If you inherited since then, you need to contact Continental and get into pay status. You may need to probate a will or do other title work to prove you are the correct owners. That is a nice well.