Ovintiv’s newest big production effort is in Kingfisher County

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Ovintiv never ceases to amaze oil and gas followers for its discoveries and production in Oklahoma’s Kingfisher County.

Add a 3-well single-pad effort that produced a combined 2,200 barrels of oil a day to the long and growing list of the Houston-based company’s drilling projects in Oklahoma’s STACK play.

The latest were completed in late June 2022 and the completion reports were filed this week with Oklahoma regulators.

All three Reherman wells were drilled at 1 15N 7W , a site about 2 to 3 miles southeast of the city of Kingfisher, a region where Ovintiv USA Inc. has reported other successes.

The Reherman 1607 5h-25x produced 865 barrels of oil a day and 735 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 18,424 feet in the Mississippian formation. The well was spudded in January 2022 according to the completion report.

The Reherman 1607 3h-25x produced 492 barrels of oil a day and 441 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 18,667 feet. It too was spudded in January of last year.

The final well was the Reherman 1607 4h-25x with a drilled depth of 18,642 feet. It produced 843 barrels of oil a day and 625 Mcf of natural gas. Like the others, it was spudded in early January 2022.