The same week that Oklahoma City’s Chaparral Energy sold its headquarters, the company filed a completion reports showing production of 1,100 barrels of oil a day from a four-well pad in Kingfisher County.
All four of the King Koopa 1606 wells were drilled in July of 2018 and completed in December 2018 in the STACK. Production was 166,468, 137 and 332 barrels of oil a day on the wells located at 22 16N 6W or about 6 miles east of the city of Kingfisher along state highway 33. Combined production was 1,103 barrels of oil a day.
Gas production ranged from a high of 2,310 Mcf to 415 Mcf.
Depths of the wells included 12,642 feet, 12,740 feet, 12,450 feet and 12,505 feet and the oil was from the Mississippian less Chester formation.