Well completions reported in Major County


Houston-based Interstate Explorations LLC reported completion of four wells in northern Oklahoma.

Three of the wells were drilled on a single pad at 11 21N 9W , a site located six miles west of the town of Drummond in Major County. The Taggert 21n-9w 11-1h had a July 2019 spud date with drilling finished a month later. Completion wasn’t made until Feb. 12, 2020 and the well produced 230 barrels of oil a day along with 121 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 12,756 feet in the Mississippian formation.

A second well, the Livin Large 21n-9w 11-1h, drilled on the same pad produced 233 barrels of oil a day and 243 Mcf of natural gas. Its completion report showed the well had a September spud date and drilling ended the same month with completion in January 2020. Its depth was 12,190 feet.

The third well on the same pad was named the Lost Soul 21n-9w 11-1h and hand production of 92 barrels of oil a day and 97 Mcf of gas. It had a spud date in August of 2019 with the first production in December 2019 from a drilling depth of 12,177 feet.

The largest of Interstate’s four wells in Major County was the Hot Saw 21n-92-12-1h and its production was 467 barrels of oil a day and 499 Mcf of natural gas. Located a mile east of the three previous wells at 12 21N 9W, the Hot Saw had a May 2019 spud date with completion made in December 2019 from a depth of 12,730 feet in the Mississippian.

As for drilling permits, Red Rocks Oil and Gas Operating LLC plans to drill in Grady County. The site is about 2 miles north of the town of Bradley at 22 5N 5W.

A permit to drill in Hughes County was awarded Presley Operating LLC. The site is at 11 8N 8E which is about 3 miles northeast of Wewoka.