Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy filed completion reports showing oil production totaling more than 4,600 barrels a day on two adjacent multi-well pad sites in Blaine County. But the company had success with total production of more than 11,000 barrels of oil a day in Blaine and Kingfisher counties in the STACK.
All four Scott 13_24-16n-10w wells had combined production of 4,648 barrels of oil a day. Two wells were located at 13 16n 10W or about 10 miles northeast of Watonga and north of highway 3.
One well had production of 1,302 barrels of oil a day and 2,866 Mcf of gas while the second well on the pad had production of 1,272 barrels of oil a day and 2,906 Mcf of gas. The wells had September 2018 spud dates and completion dates in February and March of 2019. Their total drilling depths were slight more than 17,000 feet.
Just across the section line to the south (13 16N 10W), Devon drilled two more Scott wells and their combined production was 2,074 barrels of oil a day. Their drilling depths were also in the same range of slightly more than 17,000 feet.
The largest of the two wells had production of 1,237 barrels of oil a day and 2,340 Mcf of natural gas.
Devon wasn’t finished with multi-pad well success in Blaine County. Several miles to the south of the Scott wells, Devon drilled three Kraken 33_28-16n-10w wells at 4 15N 10W and came up with total combined production of 3,541 barrels of oil a day.
The largest produced 1,416 barrels of oil a day and 2,758 Mcf of natural gas. Spud dates for each of the three wells was in June of 2018 and drilling finished in August and September 2018 while completions were made in February and March of 2019.
A day after filing those completion reports, Devon filed 3 completions in nearby Kingfisher county and the combined production from the wells was nearly 3,000 barrels of oil a day.
Two wells drilled on the same pad at 26 16N 9W or about 11 miles due west of the city of Kingfisher had combined production of 2,012 barrels of oil a day. The largest of the Northwoods 26_35-16n-9w wells had production of 1,056 barrels of oil a day along with 1,535 Mcf of natural gas. Records show its total depth was 19,799 feet and the well had an August 2018 spud date with drilling finished the same month and completion made in January 2019.
The second Northwood well had production of 956 barrels of oil a day and 1,409 Mcf of natural gas. It was spudded in August 2018 and drilling finished in September of that year with completion made in January 2019. Total depth was 19,607 feet.
The last of the 3 Devon wells in Kingfisher county was a Northwoods 26_35-16n-9w well in the adjacent section (27 16N 9W),
It had production of950 barrels of oil a day and 1,033 Mcf of natural gas. Spud date was in September 2018. Drilling finished the same month and completion was made in January 2019 at a total depth of 14,272 feet.