Oklahoma City-based Hinkle Oil & Gas Inc. filed completion reports on seven wells in Kingfisher County including one with production of more than a thousand barrels of oil a day.
While four of the wells were drilled on two separate pads, the others were adjacent to one another in an area about 8 miles northeast of the city of Kingfisher. The largest producer was the Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 94-3ho, located at 30 17N 5W. The well produced 1,078 barrels of oil a day and 866 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 11,490 feet in the Oswego formation. Completion was made Oct 28 of this year, only a few weeks after its spudding, according to the completion report.
The Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 48-4ho and the Lincoln Southeast Oswego Unit 49-4h were drilled on the same pad at 17 17N 5W, a site north of the Cimarron River. Combined production was 697 barrels of oil a day with drilled depths less than 12,000 feet in the Oswego formation. The wells were spudded in October and completed in November of this year.
Two other wells, the Lincoln North Unit 55-2ho and the Lincoln North Unit 54-3ho were drilled on the single pad a few miles away at 31 18N 5W. Drilled depths were less than 12,000 feet, again in the Oswego formation. They were spudded in October and completed in November. Combined production was 526 barrels of oil a day.
Hinkle completed the Lincoln North Unit 13-4ho, located at 28 18N 5W in September. Production was 382 barrels of oil a day along with 463 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 11,715 feet in the Oswego. The well was spudded in late August of this year according to the completion report.
The final well, the Lincoln North Unit 78-3ho is located at 1 17N 6W in the same region as the previous wells. Production was 124 barrels of oil a day and 159 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 12,027 feet in the Oswego. Completion was Nov. 1, 2022 following a spudding in early October.