Canadian County wells completed by Cimarex Energy

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New reports filed by Cimarex Energy Co. show the firm completed 3 Canadian County wells, two on a single pad and one across the road, with combined production of nearly 1,800 barrels of oil a day. All three were Leota wells drilled close to the town of Calumet and production was out of the Woodford formation.

Two of the STACK wells were drilled at 19 13N 8W, a site about 2 miles southeast of the town. The Leota 5h-1918x was completed Oct. 23, 2022 and produced 626 barrels of oil a day and 3,253 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 20,791 feet. The well was spudded by the Tulsa oil company in June of 2022 according to the completion report.

A second well drilled on the same pad, the Leota 4h-1918x, had a drilled depth of 21,660 and production of 551 barrels of oil and 2,976 Mcf of natural gas a day. It also had a June spud date according to the completion report.

The two wells had combined production of 1,177 barrels of oil a day and 6,229 Mcf of natural gas.

The third Leota well, the Leota 6h-1918x, was drilled just east of the two single-pad wells and in a different section, 20 13N 8W.

It produced 600 barrels of oil a day and 2,570 Mcf of natural gas with a drilled depth of 21,590 feet upon completion on Oct. 20, 2022. It had an April 14, 2022 spudding.

The three wells’ combined production was 1,777 barrels of oil a day and 8,799 Mcf of natural gas.

Dewey County in northwest Oklahoma also had two recent wells of interest.

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Duncan Oil Properties Inc. filed a completion report on the Ommen 5-14h, located at 23 16N 20W, with production of 582 barrels of oil a day and 2,847 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 14,808 feet in the Cleveland formation and completion was made Oct. 28, 2022.

A second Dewey County well was completed Aug. 6, 2022 by Mewbourne Oil Company. Located at 12 17N 17W, the Stidham 13 Cn 1h produced 239 barrels of oil a day and 289 Mcf of natural gas. The well had a drilled depth of 14,575 feet and production was from the Red Fork formation.