Oklahoma City’s Canvas Energy LLC is showing its success in oil and gas exploration in the STACK play with another producing well—this time in Canadian County.
After reporting two wells on a single pad that produced more than 1,400 barrels of oil a day in Kingfisher County, Canvas Energy filed completion reports this week on the Canadian County well.
The report was on a well initially completed in October of 2021 but it did not show any reason for the late filing.
The Blackburn 1207 4smhx-28-33, located at 28 12N 7W, a site a mile south of El Reno along highway US 81, produced 595 barrels of oil a day and 6,587 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 17,282 feet but the true vertical depth was 10,018 feet. The well was spudded in June of 2021.
The filing followed completions of two Wario wells in Kingfisher County and their combined production was 1,422 barrels of oil a day.
Canvas intends to drill more wells in Canadian County. It received permits this week to drill two wells at 28 12N 6W, a site between El Reno and Yukon. The wells are the ANDES 1206 #3LMH-28 and the ANDES 1206 #4LMH-28.
New producing wells are being reported elsewhere in the state. CPRP Services LLC reported the October 2022 completion of the Prairie 0404 33-28 3wxh, located 4 miles south of Lindsay. Production was 947 barrels of oil a day and 3,770 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 18,150 feet in the Woodford formation. True vertical depth was 12,446 and the spud date was in June 2022.
Gulfport Midcon LLC filed reports on two wells drilled on a single Grady County pad with combined production of 920 barrels of oil a day. But the natural gas production from the two O’Neal wells, located at 32 4N 5W, a site southwest of Lindsay was significant….16,393 Mcf of natural gas on one well and 11,254 Mcf on the other well. That’s a combined production of more than 27,000 Mcf of gas a day.