New wells bring in more oil in Oklahoma

More completion reports filed this week with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission show new wells are adding to the existing glut of oil that has led to a massive drop in oil prices.

Marathon Oil filed an amended report on the Roser 1611 2-3-34mxh well located at 3 16N 11W in Blaine County, a site about four miles northeast of Watonga. The Roser had production of 1,054 barrels of oil a day and 1,532 Mcf of natural gas from the Mississippian play at a depth of 20,385 feet, according to the completion report filed Wednesday. The well had an October 2018 spud date. Drilling ended in January 2019 and completion was made in May 2019.

Chaparral Energy LLC filed reports on two wells from a single pad at 29 12N 7W or 3 miles south of El Reno. The Banff 1207 wells had combined production of 1,020 barrels of oil a day. One produced 564 barrels a day and the second had production of 456 barrels a day. The wells had spud dates in October and November 2019 and completions were made in January of this year.

Chaparral also completed the Foraker 1207 7smh-11 well in Canadian County with production of 1,066 barrels of oil a day and 2,728 Mcf of natural gas. The well is located at 11 12N 7W or two miles east of El Reno. It had a November 2018 spud date and completion in April 2019. The completion report included a spacing correction.

Permits to drill show Travis Peak Resources LLC plans to drill in Canadian County. Mack Energy has two well permits for Carter County.

Continental Resources and Gulfport MidCon LLC each have permits for Grady county. KODA Operating obtained a permit to drill in Kay County and Comanche Exploration Co. LLC received a permit to drill in Major County.

Fourpoint Energy LLC was allowed a permit to drill in Washita County.