While Blaine, Canadian and Kingfisher counties that make up Oklahoma’s STACK play get most of the publicity about large wells, one company’s finding some moderate success just outside the STACK.
EOG Resources Inc., the Oklahoma City company with the motto “pleased but not satisfied, reports five new wells in Ellis County where Shattuck is the county seat.
Oil production ranged from a high of 287 barrels a day to 144 barrels a day. All were producing out of the Marmaton formation.
Two the wells were at a single pad site along highway US 283 approximately 7 miles south of Arnett. (16 18N 24W) Two others were drilled at a single pad about 10 miles south of Arnett. (9 17N 24W) The fifth well was drilled in the same vicinity. (20 18N 24W)