The July 4 holiday resulted in a shorter-than-normal completions report for wells drilled in Oklahoma in the past week.
As published on OK Energy Today’s well completions report, only 12 wells were completed.
Honors for the largest producer went to Tulsa’s Cimarex Energy company with a Blaine County well producing 1,014 barrels of oil a day. Located about 4 miles southwest of Watonga, the Perine BIA 1H-3229X was actually drilled last year.
The spud date for the Perine (32 16N 12W) was in May 2017 and drilling was finished in August. Completion was made in November 2017.
The Perine was one of three Blaine county wells reported in the past week. Three others were drilled in Ellis County by PPP Petroleum LP, a Dallas company that is focusing on 3 areas including the Anadarko Basin and trying to target significant producing assets it considers to be underveloped.
Three wells were completed in Garvin County and one each in McClain, Okmulgee and Stephens counties.