More new wells reported in Oklahoma


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Recent completion reports showed more drilling activity in Oklahoma’s Kingfisher County with one company drilling two wells on a single pad and getting production of more than 1,000 barrels of oil a day.

Hinkle Oil & Gas of Oklahoma City brought in the Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 57-3ho and the Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 58-4ho at 20 17N 5W, a site about 9 miles west of Crescent.

One well produced 574 barrels of oil a day and 498 Mcf of natural gas while the second well had production of 519 barrels of oil a day and 528 Mcf of natural gas. The Unit 57-3ho was completed in March at a drilled depth of 11,684 feet while Unit 58-4ho had completion in March as well but at a drilled depth of 11,830 feet.

Both had February 2022 spud dates.

The Muenster, Texas company, Kodiak Oil & Gas Inc. recently completed a series of 7 wells on a single pad at 27 4S 2W in Carter County. The site is approximately one mile northeast of the town of Wilson. Combined production from all 7 wells amounted to only 406 barrels of oil a day and the deepest drilled depth was 2,700 feet in the Hoxbar.

Spud dates for the various Hhu wells ranged from November and December 2021 to January of this year. Completions started in January 2022 and the last was made April 1 of this year.