Slight oil production reported from new wells in Oklahoma


With only 13 rigs active in the state, completion reports and permits to drill in Oklahoma are few and farm between.

Only one permit to drill was given on Monday and it went to Staghorn Petroleum Inc. which intends to drill in Blaine County at a site 11 miles north of Watonga. The Slo-Poke #1-33h is to be located at 33 18N12W which is several miles north of the Roman Nose State Lodge.

Completion reports were filed by Bce-Mach LLC which drilled a small producing well in Alfalfa County. The State 33-26-11 3h well had production of only 58 barrels of oil a day and 779 Mcf of natural gas when it was finished at 33 26N 11W last fall. The completion report showed a spud date of October 2019 and completion was made in November from a depth of 10,538 feet in the Mississippian formation.

Continental Resources reported completion of the Umbach 2-28-33xhw well north of the town of Alex in Grady County. The well, located at 28 6N 5W had production of 157 barrels of oil a day and 556 Mcf of natural gas. It had an August 2019 spud date and completion wasn’t made until Jan. 28, 2020 at a depth of 22,953 feet.

Chisholm Oil and Gas Operating LLC completed the Ahumado 19-09-03 1h well at 10 19N 9W in Kingfisher County.  Located at a site about 10 miles east of Okeene, it had production of 108 barrels of oil a day and 389 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 13,443 feet in the Misissippian. The Ahumado had a July 2019 spud date and drilling finished in August with completion made in September of last year.