Oklahoma’s SCOOP is the site of a single pad with four wells producing a combined total of nearly 3,200 barrels of oil a day.
The EOG Resources Inc. operation is in Grady County in the community of Bridge Creek where the Livingston 0112 wells had August 2019 spud dates at 12 9N 5W.
One had production of 892 barrels of oil a day and 1,268 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 19,930 feet according to its completion report. A second well produced 726 barrels of oil and 663 Mcf of gas from a depth of 20,008 feet according to the completion report on file.
The third Livingston well, according to its completion report had production of 680 barrels of oil a day and 747 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 19,907 feet. The final well produced 874 barrels of oil a day and 1,160 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 20,359 feet according to its completion report.
Ovintiv, the firm active in the STACK and SCOOP reported completion of a fifth well at a single pad located at 19 14N 6W in Canadian County and six miles southeast of Okarche.
Earlier reports on four William Wallace 1406 wells were made April 10 but the fifth and final completion report wasn’t filed until Monday of this week. It had production of 426 barrels of oil a day and 610 Mcf of natural gas. The four previous reports showed production of 593, 590, 400 and 403 barrels of oil, making for a combined production of 2,412 barrels of oil a day from all five wells. The last William Wallace filing showed drilling depth at 19,238 feet in the Mississippian and Woodford. It had a June 2019 spud date and completion was made in October 2019.
Casillas Operating LLC filed a completion report on a McClain County well that had production of 648 barrels of oil a day and 1,067 Mcf of natural gas. The Kilkenny 2-6mh well, located at 6 5N 4W which is north of Lindsay had a drilling depth of 16,777 feet in the Sycamore formation.