More wells completed in Oklahoma

 

Completion reports filed this week with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission show there is still some drilling interest in the state, including one well completed just days before the advent of the coronavirus pandemic.

Gulfort Midcon LLC reported completion of two sister wells at 32 5N 5W, a site about 2 miles southwest of the Grady County community of Bradley. The combined production of the two North Ryan wells in the Woodford formation was 979 barrels of oil a day.

The first had production of 534 barrels of oil a day and 3,465 Mcf of natural gas with a May 2019 spud date and completion not made until February 2020 from a depth of 21,213 feet.

The second North Ryan well produced 445 barrels of oil a day and 2,104 Mcf of natural gas with a spud date of June 2019 and completion in February of this year. It had a drilling depth of 20,000 feet.

Tapstone Energy LLC reported three more wells completed in Dewey County. The smallest, the Randi 18/17-19-17 3h, was drilled at 19 19N 17W, a site about 8 miles southwest of Seiling, and had production of 124 barrels of oil a day and 999 Mcf of natural gas. It had a January 2019 spud date and completion was made in June of that year from a depth of 19,415 feet in the Mississippian formation.

Two Elaine 12/13-19-18 wells, drilled on the same pad at 1-19N 18W or about 8 miles due west of Seiling along state Highway 60 had combined production of 488 barrels of oil a day. The first had production of 224 barrels of oil a day and 1,787 Mcf of natural gas with a May 2019 spud date. Completion was made in July of 2019 from a depth of 21,024 feet in the Mississippian formation.

The second Elaine well produced 264 barrels of oil a day and 1,559 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 21,179 feet. It too had a May 2019 spud date with completion in July.

The most recent well was one drilled in Custer County with completion made in March of this year. Toklan Oil and Gas Corp., the Tulsa company which has had success with exploratory wells in the Cottage Grove Sand of the region completed a well six miles northwest of the town of Thomas.

The Jones 24-25 hcg 1, located at 24 15N 16W had production of 203 barrels of oil a day and only 18 Mcf of natural gas. It had a January 14, 2020 spud date and drilling was finished a month later with completion made March 11 of this year from a depth of 14,407 feet.

The completion came on the same day that the coronavirus stopped the start of the NBA game in Oklahoma City between the Thunder and the Utah Jazz and resulted in a fast shut-down of much of the state.

Toklan Oil survived a 2012 Chapter 11 bankruptcy caused by its connections with a California bank failure and real estate development.

 

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