Oklahoma City’s Continental Resources came up with a mother-daughter pair of wells in Garvin County with combined production of nearly 1,400 barrels of oil a day.
The two Lang wells were drilled at 20 3N 4W which is a site about three miles west of the community of Purdy, a town directly south of Lindsay.
Combined production was 1,377 barrels of oil a day. The first well had a February 2019 spud date and completion was made in September of that year. It produced 563 barrels of oil a day along with 3,227 Mcf of natural gas out of the Sycamore formation and from a depth of 19,454 feet.
The second Lang well had a March 2019 spud date and was completed in September with production of 814 barrels of oil a day and 4,769 Mcf of gas. It was a much deeper and longer horizontal well at 25,444 feet and also in the Sycamore formation.
Information came from the completion reports filed this week with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Roan Resources reported two wells near Tuttle in Grady County. The Don’s Ranch South well located at the south edge of the city had production of 433 barrels of oil a day and 1,084 Mcf of natural gas.
About 3 miles to the northeast and at the east side of Tuttle, Roan drilled the Osborn well with production of 541 barrels of oil a day and 2,537 Mcf of natural gas.