A delayed completion report shows Tulsa’s Triumph Energy Partners, LLC actually had six mother-daughter wells in Oklahoma’s STACK play with combined production of nearly 4,800 barrels of oil a day.
OK Energy Today reported earlier this week that the company had four Copeland wells located in southeast Kingfisher County at 36 15N 8W or two miles northwest of Okarche.
But a completion report filed a day later indicated there were actually six Copeland wells at the site. The report filed Monday showed one more well had production of 804 barrels of oil a day and 920 Mcf of natural gas while a second well produced 776 barrels of oil daily and 713 Mcf of gas. The combined production of 1,580 barrels of oil a day, added to the previous combination resulted in a total production of 4,811 barrels of oil a day from all six wells.
Like the previous Copeland wells, the latest had spud dates in the fall of 2018 with completions made in January 2019. The completion reports were just filed with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
But filings by other energy companies showed big wells too. Casillas Operating LLC reported completion of the Park Place 1-21-16mxh well at 28 1N 4W northeast of the Stephens County town of Velma. The well had production of 1,826 barrels of oil a day along with 3,307 Mcf of natural gas. It had a July 2019 spud date with completion made in September 2019 at a depth of 19,502 feet in the Sycamore formation.
Camino Natural Resources LLC brought in two wells near El Reno at 5 11N 7W, a site about two miles south of the city in Canadian County. The two wells had combined production of 1,228 barrels of oil a day. One had production of 794 barrels of oil a day while the other produced 434 barrels of oil daily.