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Arkoma Basin is a producing home for Calyx Energy

Arkoma Basin, Gas Map, Calyx Energy

By Jerry Bohen, OK Energy Today. The Arkoma Woodford Basin in eastern Oklahoma continues to yield successful wells for Tulsa energy company Calyx Energy III LLC.

Two more Pittsburg County gas wells were reported by the company and they had combined production of more than 26,000 Mcf of natural gas from a single pad site located west of the town of Indianola and northwest of McAlester.

The two Albatross wells are located at 3 7N 13E and the largest producer, the Albatross 4-4-28wh was the source of 13,602 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 16,805 feet. It was completed in November of 2022 following a July 2022 spud. The completion report showed a true vertical depth of 5,080 feet.

The second well, the Albatross 1-3-27wh, with a drilled depth of 16,411 feet and a true vertical depth of 5,084 feet produced 12,913 Mcf of natural gas. The completion report showed it also had a spud date in July of last year with completion on Nov. 28, 2022.

The filing of completion reports came just a few days after Calyx filed a report on the Fairway 2-3-27 wh which produced 13,074 Mcf of natural gas from a site not far from the two Albatross wells.

One of the latest reports on Grady County production was a well drilled by Alvarado 2014 LLC, a Houston-based independent with working interests in the Anadarko Basin. It operates producing locations in Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, McClain, Major and Woods Counties of Oklahoma with a focus on the horizontal development of its SCOOP/STACK and Hoxbar (SOHOT) leasehold.

The Allen Unruh 1-9hx, located about 7 miles southwest of the city of Chickasha, 9 6N 8W, produced 461 barrels of oil a day and 467 Mcf of natural gas in the Marchand formation. Drilled depth was 18,605 feet and the completion report showed the true vertical depth was 10,780 feet following an October 2022 spud and completion in December.

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