Oklahoma’s STACK has given Harold Hamm and his Continental Resources an early Christmas gift in the form of 8 Blaine County wells with production on each well ranging from a thousand barrels a day all the way up to more than 2,400 barrels a day.
As reflected in the latest well completion reports listed by OK Energy Today, the series of Compton wells are located southeast of the city of Watonga. The largest producer was the Compton 9-2-35XH with a production of 2,434 barrels daily out of the Mississippi Lime. The Compton 10-2-35XH had production of 2,216 barrels a day.
Six others ranged in production from 1,003 a day up to 1,946 barrels a day. They included the Compton 2-2-35XH, Compton 3-2-35XH, Compton 4-2-35XH, Compton 5-2-35XH and the Compton 7-2-35XH.
Altogether, the 8 Compton wells have a total production of more than 12,000 barrels of oil a day.
Meanwhile the latest permits to drill reflected continued strong development of the STACK in Kingfisher County. The report from the Corporation Commission showed 18 permits were issued for the county between Dec. 7 through the 13th. Eight permits were issued to Canadian County and 6 in Ellis County.