Three sister wells with nearly 1,600 barrels of oil a day for Chaparral in the STACK

Chaparral Energy reports completion of three wells from a single pad with combined production of nearly 1,600 barrels of oil a day in the STACK.

The three Mario wells were drilled at 19 16N 5W or about three miles east of the city of Kingfisher in July 2019.

The largest, with production of 776 barrels of oil a day and 1,755 Mcf of natural gas was completed at a depth and length of 12,715 feet according to its completion report.

Another Mario well had production of 494 barrels of oil a day along with 1,670 Mcf of natural gas at a depth and length of 12,580 feet.

The last well produced 314 barrels of oil a day and 1,300 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 12,680 feet according to its completion report.

Combined production from the mother well and two daughters was 1,584 barrels of oil a day.

Roan Resources reported three sister wells in Grady County had combined production of more than 1,300 barrels of oil a day. Each of the three Barbara Campbell wells, drilled at 5 9N 5W had spud dates in April 2019. They are located approximately four miles due east of the city of Tuttle.

The largest had production of 718 barrels of oil a day with total length and depth of 22,576 feet, according to its completion report.

A second well produced 295 barrels of oil a day from combined depth and length of 23,406 in the Mississippian formation. The third Barbara Campbell well had production of 327 barrels of oil a day at a depth of 21,465 feet.

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