Newfield locates ‘sweet spot’ in Oklahoma’s STACK and comes up with big producers

Houston’s Newfield Exploration Mid-Con Inc. can now boast of 5 wells on a single pad with production of more than 4,000 barrels of oil a day in Oklahoma’s STACK play. And it’s found quite a honey hole southwest of Kingfisher.

The company added two more completion reports this week to three already filed last week as initially reported by OK Energy Today on Dec. 9.

The initial Bredel Fiu 1508 wells had production of more than 2,500 barrels of oil a day from a pad at 5 15N 8W or about 6 miles southwest of Kingfisher. The wells had production of 965, 779 and 750 barrels of oil a day from the Mississippi formation at depths in the 19,000-foot range.

The latest filings added to the production with one Bredel Fiu well producing 794 barrels of oil a day along with 1,668 Mcf of natural gas at a depth of 19,335 feet. The second Bredel well produced 759 barrels of oil daily and 1,683 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 19,392 feet.

Add it up. That makes for combined production of 4,047 barrels of oil daily from the five wells. As OK Energy Today reported on Dec. 9, Newfield had three Frederick 1508 wells drilled nearby at 9 15N 8W with combined production of 1,517 barrels of oil a day.

That makes for one sweet area of drilling for Newfield, especially if you add the 1,455 barrels of oil a day from yet another nearby pad and its three Frederick 1508 wells at 16 15N 8W.

Another big find was a Custer County well drilled by Tulsa’s Unit Petroleum Co. with oil production of 1,546 barrels a day and 2,572 Mcf of natural gas. The Wingard Farms 2128 1hx well, located at 21 14N 14W or four miles southeast of Thomas had a completion in June 2019.

Calyx Energy iii LC reported two Hughes County gas wells located east of Etumka. Production was 1,130 Mcf of gas one well and 1,792 on the other.

Unit Petroleum also reported a gas well east of Wilburton with production of 606 Mcf of gas.