A new completion report filed this week by Ovintiv Inc. showed a fourth well apparently drilled on a single pad in Kingfisher County, bringing the total production to nearly 6,000 barrels of oil a day from the site.
The company filed the report on the Winters 1709 2h-31xx, located at 18 17N 9W, the same STACK site where Ovintiv drilled three Rosia wells that had combined production of more than 4,000 barrels of oil a day. (see OK Energy Today from Sept. 27, 2022)
The Winters well had production of 2,020 barrels of oil a day and 2,606 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 24766 feet in the Mississippi formation. The well had a November 2021 spud date according to its completion report.
If indeed the Winters and Rosia wells were drilled on the same pad as reflected in the completion reports, that’s a total production of 5,954 barrels of oil a day.
Travis Peak Resources LLC of Houston, Texas filed reports on two wells completed in Canadian County with combined production of more than 500 barrels of oil a day.
The George Folk 5-8-11n-6w 3mhx, located at 5 11N 6W, a site about 2 miles south of I-40 along Banner Road between Yukon and El Reno, produced 364 barrels of oil a day and 924 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 16,575 feet in the Mississippi formation. Completion was made in February 2022 following an October 2021 spud date.
The George Folk 5-8-11n-62 2mhx, drilled on the same pad was also completed in February and had production of 155 barrels of oil a day and 241 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 16,794 feet, also in the Mississippi formation according to the completion report.