Oklahoma City-based Cheyenne Petroleum Company filed reports this week on the completions of two sets of adjacent two-well pads in southern Oklahoma with combined production of nearly 2,500 barrels of oil a day.
All four wells were in Stephens County. The Cassie Armour 17-20 S1h, drilled at 8 1S 4W, a site about one mile northeast of the town of Velma produced 457 barrels of oil a day along with 805 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 20,250 in the Mississippian formation and completion on June 6 of this year came after a spud date of early December 2021.
The second well on the same pad was the Alice Tucker 17-20 S2h, completed in June with production of 789 barrels of oil and 2,015 Mcf of natural gas a day. Drilled depth was 20,380 feet and the well was spudded in January 2022 according to the completion report.
The two wells had combined production of 1,246 barrels of oil a day.
The second set of wells was across the road at 17 1S 4W.
The Skeet 17-20 S4h was completed in May of this year with production of 513 barrels of oil a day and 1,106 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 18,080 feet following a spudding in October of last year according to the completion report.
The Skeet 17-20 S3h, drilled on the same site, produced 710 barrels of oil a day and 1,989 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 19,550 and the May 20 completion came after a September 2021 spud date.
The two Skeet wells combined for oil production of 1,223 barrels of oil a day.