When it rains, it pours. Unless you live in northwest Oklahoma. But checking and reviewing the latest oil and gas permits from the Corporation Commission, Houston-based Oklahoma Energy Acquisitions filed 26 completion reports for Kingfisher County.
A review of the reports indicated production of the STACK wells ranged from a high of 656 barrels of oil a day down to 10 barrels daily.
The company is a subsidiary of Houston’s Alta Mesa Holdings, L.P. Alta Mesa has held assets in Oklahoma for more than 25 years and most are in the eastern portion of the Anadarko Basin.
Meanwhile, oil and gas companies both large and small are eager as ever to drill in the STACK and the SCOOP. The Permits to Drill, as shown on OK Energy Today indicated 8 permits for Blaine county were issued to Continental Resources, Devon Energy and Marathon Oil. Ten permits for drilling in Canadian county were issued to a variety of companies including Chaparral Energy, Cimarex, Jones Energy, Linn Operating, Newfield Exploration and Triumph Energy Partners.
But there’s continued interest in Dewey County with 8 permits going to Comanche Exploration, Newfield Exploration, Overflow Energy, Stone Oak Operating, Tapstone Energy and White Sar Petroleum.
Ellis county had 4 permits while three were issued for Garfield and 4 for Garvin county.
Ten permits were issued for Grady county and they went to Continental Resources, Jones Energy and Linn Operating.
Kingfisher county had 7 permits and they were issued to Chesapeake Energy, Devon Energy and Oklahoma Energy Acquisitions.
There is also growing interest in Pittsburg county in southeast Oklahoma where 6 permits were issued to Trinity Operating.