OK Energy Today – Ovintiv USA Inc., the company with a growing reputation for finding big producing wells in Oklahoma’s STACK play did it again in Kingfisher County.
It recently filed completion reports on three wells drilled on a single pad with combined production approaching nearly 4,000 barrels of oil a day.
Natural gas production from the Rosia wells in northern Kingfisher County came to more than 7,000 Mcf a day.
Located 5 miles southwest of the town of Loyal, (18 17N 9W), the Rosia 1709 2h-18x was the largest producer with 1,398 barrels of oil a day and 2,782 Mcf of natural gas. Completed in April of this year, the well had a drilled depth of 19,646 feet in the Mississippian following an October 2021 spud date.
The Rosia 1709 4h-18x was the second largest producer at 1,288 barrels of oil a day and 2,036 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 19,589 feet in the Mississippian. It had a late October 2021 spud date according to the completion report.
The third well, the Rosia 1709 5h-18x, was completed April 21 and produced 1,248 barrels of oil a day and 2,188 Mcf of natural gas. Drilled depth was 19,489 feet, also in the Mississippian following a late October spud date according to the completion report.
Do the math. That’s a combined daily crude oil production of 3,934 barrels for the Ovintiv Kingfisher County wells.
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The Anadarko Basin is located in west-central Oklahoma and is one of the top liquids-rich resource plays in North America. Ovintiv has ~360,000 net acres held by production, primarily in the black oil window of SCOOP and STACK. Multiple stacked geologic horizons make this play primed for long laterals and Ovintiv’s proven cube development application. The basin has significant existing infrastructure and is located in good proximity to attractive markets like Cushing, Oklahoma, and the Gulf Coast.