One well after another for Oklahoma Energy Acquisitions in Oklahoma’s STACK

Oklahoma Energy Acquisitions is on a roll, filing 23 completion reports on Wednesday, many in the sweet spot of the STACK we told you about last week. On Tuesday, the company, a subsidiary of Houston’s Alta Mesa Holdings, LP filed 20 completion reports.

Almost all were multi-wells on a single pad in Kingfisher County, the largest with production of 792 barrels of oil a day. The Beowulf 1805 5-31mh is located about 8 miles northeast of Dover.

One pad site produced four wells at 36 17N 6W, an area northeast of Kingfisher.  Many of the other pads had 2 and 3 wells each.

But the biggest production of the week so far came from two Continental Resources wells in the zone that it’s focusing on east of Chickasha in Grady County.

The Triple H 3-30-31hs, located at 19 7N 5W, had production of 1,323 Boed a day. It was spudded a year ago this month with drilling ending in December 2017 and completion made in March 2018. A second Triple H well located in the same region at 30 7N 5W had production of 1,120 Boed.  Like the first Triple H well, it was spudded in November 2017 and completed in March 2018.