A Blaine County well that initially produced more than 2,200 barrels of oil a day has been in production since last fall but the completion report was just filed this month with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. It also resulted in another big well for the STACK.
The report filed by Devon Energy showed the Baker 9 16-15N-11W 1HX well had a May 2017 spud date while drilling was finished in June and the well was completed in September. Completion showed initial production of 2,265 barrels of oil a day. The well is located about 3 miles southeast of Watonga with a legal location of Blaine 9 15N 11W.
Another Devon well in Blaine County had initial production of 1,677 barrels of oil a day. The Cowan, located about 3 miles north of Greenfield, Blaine 15 15N 11W had a January 31, 2017 spud date. Drilling was finished in late March and completion was made in early September 2017.
The Blaine county well was one of six reported by Devon in the latest round of reports. Devon Energy reported four others in Canadian County but the Baker well was the largest.
Blaine County has been good to Devon because it was there last year when Devon drilled the $9 million Faith Marie 1-H well and it had initial production of 5,100 barrels of oil equivalent a day. It proved to be the most productive STACK well for Devon in the Lower Meramec rock layer.
With a new completion design, Devon said in November it hoped to bring online about 25 more STACK wells.
Late filings were also made by SandRidge Energy showing 11 producing wells including 7 in Major County, 2 in Garfield, one in Dewey, one in Woods and one in Woodward County. The Penelope in Major county 31 20N 15W had production of 981 barrels a day. The filing showed the spud date was in June of last year. Drilling finished in September and the well had an October completion date.