Ovintiv scores large well near Blanchard

 

Oklahoma City’s Ovintiv Mid-Continent Inc. reports one of the largest crude oil wells to be drilled in the state during the COVID-19 pandemic that left Oklahoma nearly void of oil-drilling rigs.

The company filed a completion report with regulators this week showing the Larry 0804 3h-22x, located at 27 8N 4W in McClain County or a few miles east of Blanchard, had production of 1,142 barrels of oil a day along with 1,180 Mcf of natural gas.

The Larry well had a Dec. 1, 2019 spud date and drilling was finished Dec. 23, 2019 followed by completion on March 2 of this year. Production came at a drilling depth of 19,855 in the Woodford formation.

Reports filed by Citizen Energy III LLC showed two Battleship 1-12-10-7 wells drilled on a single pad in Canadian Country at 36 11N 7W had combined production of 750 barrels of oil a day. The site is about 3 miles southeast of Union City.

One produced 343 barrels of oil a day and 2,485 Mcf of natural gas while the second had production of 407 barrels of oil a day and 2,899 Mcf of natural gas. Both wells had July 2019 spud dates with completion made on each on Feb. 15, 2020.

Drilling depths were in the 20,000 foot range in the Mississippi Lime/Mississippian formation.

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