The oil and gas slowdown might have hit Oklahoma but Kingfisher County in the STACK play continues being a source for big producers for Houston’s Newfield Exploration Mid-Con Inc.
Newfield completed several wells within a few miles of each other with combined production of nearly 5,500 barrels of oil a day.
The company recently filed completion reports on 9 more wells including three Bredel wells on a single pad with combined production of nearly 2,500 barrels of oil a day. The wells, located at 5 15N 8W or about 6 miles southwest of Kingfisher had spud dates in May and June and completions were made in September 2019.
The largest Bredel well had production of 965 barrels of oil a day at a depth of 19,105 feet. A second well had 779 barrels of oil a day production from 19,067 feet while the third well produced 750 barrels of oil a day from 19,320 feet.
Newfield reported three Federick 1508 wells drilled at 9 15N 8W or six miles southwest of Kingfisher. The wells had combined production of 1,517 barrels of oil a day with the largest producing 5,60 barrels of oil day. The depths ranged from 19,380 feet to 19,730 feet. Spud dates were in May 2019 with completions made in September 2019.
The Houston company also brought in three more Frederick 1508 wells in the same vicinity but located at 16 15N 8W. Their combined production was 1,455 barrels of oil a day with depth s in the 19,000 foot range. Spud dates for each was in May 2019 and completions were in September 2019.
Kingfisher County also yielded three wells for Cimarex Energy Company based in Denver, Colorado. Two were located at 22 15N 9W or about 12 miles southwest of Kingfisher and had combined production of 599 barrels of oil daily. A third well was drilled at 27 15N 9W or 10 miles west of Okarch and had production of 198 barrels of oil a day.