There’s good reason ONEOK announced this week a $130 million plan to expand its natural gas and oil gathering pipeline systems in Oklahoma’s STACK—–the STACK is busy.
Witness the completion reports indicated in OK Energy Today on Tuesday. All seven well completions came in the STACK. While they weren’t the monster wells of a thousand-plus barrels of oil equivalent a day, they remained significant producers.
Houston-based Newfield Energy had five of the wells including two in Canadian County and three in Kingfisher County. The three in Kingfisher county were at the same site, 3 16N 7W.
The largest producer for Newfield in the completion report was 794 barrels a day in Canadian county, 23 14N 7W.
Continental Resources, the Oklahoma City energy company with some big wells in recent weeks in the nearby SCOOP play had two in Blaine County. Its largest producer was 479 barrels a day 22 16N 11W.