Already one of the more successful oil and gas companies with its drilling projects in Kingfisher County, Ovintiv Inc. added a fifth well to its most recent major efforts.
The Winters 1709 3h-31xx, located at 18 17N 9W, a site in northern Kingfisher County, was completed April 21 of this year with production of 1,823 barrels of oil a day and 2,036b Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 24,494 feet in the Mississippian following a spudding in November 2021.
It makes the fifth well drilled on the site located about 5 miles southwest of the town of Loyal. OK Energy Today first reported in late September the completion of three Rosia wells at the same site with production of about 4,000 barrels of oil a day. A week later, Ovintiv filed a fourth completion report on a well at the same site, the Winters 1709 2h-31xx, as we followed up with another report of production that totaled nearly 6,000 barrels of oil a day from the five sister wells.
Now the company filed a completion report on the fifth well and that makes total production approaching 7,800 barrels of oil a day.
CPRP Services LLC or Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners of Oklahoma City filed completion reports on three McClain County wells drilled on a single pad with combined production of nearly 3,000 barrels of oil a day.
The Dog-stella 0604 30-19-18 4wxh, located at 30 6N 4W, a site 5 miles south of Dibble, produced 829 barrels of oil and 1,922 Mcf of natural gas when completed June 30 at a drilled depth of 22,095 feet in the Woodford formation. The completion report showed a March 12 spud date.
The Dog-stella 0604 30-19-18 3wxh, the largest producer with 1,266 barrels of oil a day along with 1,097 Mcf of natural gas had a drilled depth of 18,926 feet in the Woodford. The completion report showed a March 11 spud date.
The third well, the Dog-stella 0604 30-19-2wxh, produced 866 barrels of oil a day and 904 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 19,719 feet in the Woodford formation. The well was spudded on March 11 of this year, according to the completion report.
A Dewey County well drilled by Mewbourne Oil Company had production of 321 barrels of oil a day and 3,069 Mcf of natural gas. The Clem 16/9 Pa 2hs, drilled at 16 17N 19W, about 6 miles southeast of Camargo, had a drilled depth of 19,605 feet in the Skinner formation. The completion report showed a March spud date.