Blaine and Garvin Counties in Oklahoma are sites of the biggest new oil producers.
Ovintiv did it again, scoring a Garvin County well with production of 2,159 barrels of oil a day along with 1,910 Mcf of natural gas. The Kellner 0304 1h-22x, located at 33 3N 4W, a site several miles south of Lindsay, was completed in May at a drilled depth of 23,730 feet in the Springer formation. The completion report showed a September 2021 spud date.
Devon Energy filed a completion report on a December 2021 well in Blaine County that had production of 1,056 barrels of oil a day and 3,706 Mcf of natural gas. The Columbine 22_15_10-15n-10w 4hxx is located at 27 15N 10W or about 9 miles northeast of the town of Geary. Drilled depth was 26,640 following a spud date of April 2021 according to the completion report.
Oklahoma City’s Revolution Operating Company LLC reported spring-time completions of two wells on a single pad in Canadian County. Combined production was 776 barrels of oil a day.
The High Roller 1106 3-10 1mh, located at 3 11N 6W, a site two miles south of Yukon’s C-E Page Airport along I-40, had production of 327 barrels of oil a day and 455 Mcf of natural gas. The well, drilled at a depth of 19,022 feet, was completed in May of this year following a March spud date according to the completion report.
The High Roller 1106 3-10 2mh, completed in May produced 449 barrels of oil a day and 2,233 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 18,712 feet. The completion report showed a March spud date.
A Pittsburg County well showed production of 15,490 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled by Trinity Operating USG LLC, the Clifton 2-21/28h had a drilled depth of 17,885 feet at 16 7N 13E, a site several miles northwest of McAlester. The well was spudded in October 2021 and completed in December of that year according to the completion report.