Some of the most recent completion reports filed with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission show Oklahoma City-based Chaparral Energy drilled 9 wells on a single pad in Canadian County resulting in combined production of nearly 9,800 barrels of oil a day.
All 9 were Foraker 1207 wells located approximately 2 miles east of El Reno and located at 11 12N 7W . The wells were drilled late last year with completion made in March and April 2019. The wells had individual production of 1,745; 818;818;1,212; 997; 1,096; 1,066; 479; and 1,536 barrels of oil a day. Their depths were all in the 14,000-foot range. Combined production was 9,676 barrels of oil a day.
The wells had spud dates in November 2018 with completions made in March and April 2019.
A mile east of the 9 wells, Chaparral drilled four wells on a single pad at 2 12N 7W and again, they were Foraker 1207 wells with production of 1069, 1187, 1187 and 375 barrels of oil a day, making for a combined production of 3,818 barrels a day. Their spud dates were in November 2018 with completion made in March of 2019.
Other completion reports showed how active Oklahoma City’s SandRidge Energy has been in northern Oklahoma. It drilled 14 wells in Major County with the largest producing 589 barrels of oil a day. The company also drilled and completed four wells in Woods County.