Firms still want to drill in Oklahoma


While Oklahoma has only about a dozen or so rigs still active in the state, firms are still wanting to explore for new oil.

OVINTIV-Mid-Continent Inc. recently received a permit to drill four wells on a single pad at a site about 10 miles southwest of the city of Kingfisher. They will be the South Stangl #1509 wells.

OVINTIV also has a permit to drill the Billy #0305 2HA-12 well southwest of Lindsay in Grady County.

Camino Natural Resources LLC based in Denver, Colorado received a permit to drill the Will Rogers 1007 22-15#1MH well a mile northeast of Minco.

Citizen Energy III LLC has a permit to drill a well at a site 8 miles southwest of El Reno and near the South Canadian River. The well is the Honey Springs 1H-2-35.

Revolution Resources LLC continues exploration in Oklahoma County with the Jetson 1304 08-17 #3BH well to be drilled at the northwest edge of Oklahoma City near NW 150th street and just west of Rockwell Avenue.

Staghorn Petroleum II LLC received a permit to drill the SLO-POKE #1-33H well in Blaine County. The well will be located about 7 miles southeast of Canton.