They haven’t been major producing oil wells, but oil and gas drilling is continuing in Oklahoma as witnessed by completion reports filed this week including a gas well with production of more than 10,000 Mcf of natural gas.
Citizen Energy iii LLC reported completion of the Lancet 1h-17-8 well located at 17 14N 15W in Custer County. The well, located about 3 miles northeast of Custer City had initial production of 10,538 Mcf of natural gas along with 30 barrels of oil a day. It had a depth of 21,725 feet when completed in October 2019.
Camino Natural Resources LLC completed a well in Canadian County with production of 323 barrels of oil a day and 4,211 Mcf of gas from a site at 11 11N 8W. Another Canadian County well was drilled and completed by Travis Peak Resources LLC with production of 144 barrels of oil a day and 7,860 Mcf of gas from a site at 31 12N 8W.
Mack Energy reported completions of two small wells in Carter County, Both were completed in February.
Camino Natural Resources completed a Grady County well located 3 miles northeast of Alex. Production was 458 barrels of oil a day and 1,504 Mcf of natural gas.
Only a few miles away, Continental Resources Inc. completed a well with production of 175 barrels of oil a day and 453 Mcf of natural gas.
Another Grady County well was reported by Gulfport Midcon LLC at a site east of Rush Springs. It had production of 727 barrels of oil a day and 5,812 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 25,425 feet in the Woodford formation. The Dale 3-13x12H had a January 2019 spud date and drilling was finished in February of 2019. Completion wasn’t made until December 2019.