Continental Resources comes up with more big STACK wells in Blaine county

There’s a good reason why Oklahoma City’s Continental Resources continues to drill in Blaine County, Oklahoma.  It’s finding oil. Lots of it.

It reports two wells with each producing more than 2,500 barrels of oi la day.

The latest case is the Madeline 2-4-9xhm well located 3 miles northwest of Watonga (4 16N 12W) and along the North Canadian River as it winds through the northern reaches of the county.

A completion report on file this week (see OK Energy Today) showed its production totaled 2,548 barrels of oil a day along with 5,952 Mcf of natural gas. The well was spudded on April 12 and drilling was finished on May 21. Completion was made June 24 in the Mississippi Lime.

Continental also brought in the Swaim 3-14hm, only a mile northwest of the city of Watonga (11 16N 12W) and located adjacent to Airport road. Its production was 2,596 barrels of oil a day along with 5,279 Mcf of gas.

The well had a Feb. 2, 2018 spud date and drilling was finished on April 12. Completion was made July 17, 2018.

Blaine county is one of the three principle counties that make up the ever-productive STACK shale play. It’s been a successful source for Continental Resources which also has had big wells produced west of the community of Greenfield located south of Watonga.