McClain County has proven to be a good place for oil and exploration by CPRP Services of Oklahoma City.
The company’s latest filings of completion reports show nearly 1,500 barrels of oil production from two wells drilled on a single pad in the same area where the firm reported success south of Dibble. The wells were completed nearly 7 months ago but the reports were filed this week.
Located at 29 6N 4W, the Guinness 0604 29-32-5-4wxh produced 737 barrels of oil a day and 856 Mcf of natural gas from the Woodford formation. Drilled depth was 20,568 feet and the completion report showed a true vertical depth of 11,566 feet. The well was spud in August of 2022 and completed Dec. 19, 2022.
The second well, the Guinness 0604 29-32-5 3wxh, had production of 744 barrels of oil a day and 747 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 20,884 feet. The completion report showed a true vertical depth of 11,897 feet and a spud in August 2022.
CPRP filed other completion reports earlier in the week with two wells having combined production of nearly 2,300 barrels of oil a day.
It wasn’t the only company with another big score. Ovintiv USA filed one completion report indicating it was the second of two wells drilled on a single pad in Kingfisher County.
The two wells, if indeed they are the only two wells to be drilled on the same pad, had combined production of 1,652 barrels of oil a day. The reports showed the wells were actually completed one year ago.
The report filed Thursday was the Kretchmar 1507 3h-2x, located at 35 16N 7W, just southeast of the city of Kingfisher. Like the first well which produced 1,003 barrels of oil a day, its production came from the Mississippian formation.
Drilled depth was 18,254 feet and the completion report showed the well’s true vertical depth was 7,765 feet. The well had a January spud date and completion was reported on June 7, 2022.