Continental Resources ended up with two wells on a single pad in Stephens County that had combined production of more than 1,700 barrels of oil a day.
The company filed another completion report a day after it filed one showing 1,187 barrels of production on a Ringer Ranch well located north of Velma.
The site was 29 1N 4W and the second well, the Ringer Ranch 3-20-17 xhm had production of 537 barrels of oil a day, also from the Sycamore formation. That means the combined production from the two wells was 1,724 barrels of oil a day. Natural gas production on the second well was 1,265 Mcf from a drilled depth of 20,648 feet.
The well was spud in January 2023 and had a true vertical depth of 11,313 feet according to the completion report. The first well was spud in December 2022.
Continental plans more drilling in Grady County, having received permits this week for three JACQUEZ wells southwest of Blanchard.
Two Blaine County wells on a single pad drilled by Crawley Petroleum Corporation of Oklahoma City had combined production of 783 barrels of oil a day.
The Church 1-3mh, located at 3 19N 12W, 9 miles northwest of Okeene, produced 729 barrels of oil a day and 1,119 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 13,172 feet in the Mississippi formation. The true vertical depth was 8,488 feet and the completion report showed the well was spud in November 2022 and completed in December 2022.
The well, the Church 2-3rfh, completed in February 2023 at a drilled depth of 12,049 feet, produced 54 barrels of oil and 357 Mcf of natural gas a day. It had a true vertical depth of 7,630 feet according to the completion report.
A report was filed by Ovintiv USA Inc. in Canadian County. Whether it was the only completion report on the Niemann well isn’t known since more reports could be filed on others. But the Niemann 1306 1h-6x, located at 8 13N 6W, a site about 5 miles southwest of Piedmont, produced 930 barrels of oil a day. The drilled depth was 20,000 feet while the true vertical depth, according to the completion report, was 8,686. The well was spud in September 2022 and completed in April 2023.
A permit was also granted this week for a state fund plugging of an abandoned well in Wagoner County. The UNKNOWN #1, as it is listed on the permit, is about 7 miles northwest of the city of Wagoner.