Devon Energy has found a highly producing area of oil in a Blaine County area, reporting three more significant wells in the region where it had previously finished other big producers.
Three Devon Energy wells drilled on the same Blaine County pad produced 1,850 barrels of oil a day when they were completed in November of 2022 according to reports filed this week.
All three Parker wells were located at 21 15N 10W, a site located 8 miles southeast of the city of Watonga. The Parker 28_33-15n-10w 4hx, completed Nov. 11 of last year at a depth of 21,655 feet produced 557 barrels of oil and 4,045 Mcf of natural gas a day. The well was spudded in February 2022, according to the completion report.
The Parker 28_33-15n-10w 5hx, drilled to a depth of 21,748 feet, produced 644 barrels of oil a day along with 4,611 Mcf of natural gas. Like the previous Parker well, it too was spudded in February 2022 according to the completion report.
The Parker 28_33-15n-10w 3hx, also completed in November of last year at a drilled depth of 21,772 feet, produced 649 barrels of oil a day and 4,358 feet. It was spudded in March of 2022 according to the completion report.
Eleven months ago, Devon filed completion reports on two sets of double-wells located a mile apart with more than 2,800 barrels of oil a day production not far from the Parker wells.
As OK Energy Today reported in February of last year, Devon completed two Columbine wells on a single pad at 27 15N 10W, and combined production was 1,661 barrels of oil a day. The site is 9 miles southeast of Watonga.
The second set of two wells on a single pad , located at 23 15N 10W, produced a combination of 1,152 barrels of oil a day. The Bradford wells are located only a mile east of the Columbine wells.