Texas-based XTO Energy Inc. recently filed completion reports on a series of 8 wells in Carter and Love Counties in southern Oklahoma. The company initially began drilling in the summer of 2018 and 2019 but didn’t complete the wells until 2021 and in 2022.
Story Credit: Jerry Bohnen, Oklahoma Energy Today
The four Carter County wells, all drilled on a single pad at 6 4S 3E, a site between the towns of Gene Autry and Dickson, had a combined production of 256 barrels of oil a day. XTO, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil and based in Spring, Texas even located its own man camp near the drilling site. The wells were completed in October 2021 after they were spudded in December of 2018.
The Beulah 4-6h1x produced 16 barrels of oil a day and 2,908 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 24,444 feet when completed.
The Beulah 3-6h1x was completed nearly 3 years after its December 2018 spud date at a drilled depth of 24,464 feet and produced 104 barrels of oil a day and 5,382 Mcf of natural gas.
The Beulah 2-6h1x, drilled at 24,604 feet was completed with production of 89 barrels of oil and 7,117 Mcf of natural gas.
The Beulah 1-6h1x, drilled at a depth of 24,605 feet was completed with production of 47 barrels of oil a day and 3,937 Mcf of natural gas.
XTO also filed completion reports on four deep McCarty wells in Love County, two on a single pad and the remaining two at adjacent sites. Their combined production was 1,193 barrels of oil a day and all were in the Woodford play.
The two single-pad wells included the Mccarty 5-8h17x20x29, completed in January 2022 at a depth of 27,993 feet and production of 443 barrels of oil a day and 784 Mcf of natural gas. Located at 8 7S 1E, a site about 4 miles northwest of Marietta, the well had a July 2019 spud date and drilling was finished in January 2021 with completion a year later.
The Mccarty 4-8h17x20x29 was even deeper at 28,805 feet when it was completed in February 2022. It too had a July 2019 spud date with drilling finished in November 2019 but completion wasn’t made until this year. It had production of 251 barrels of oil a day and 321 Mcf of natural gas.
The McCarty 3-17h20x29 was drilled at 17 7S 1E, adjacent to the two-well pad and produced 299 barrels of oil a day and 534 Mcf of natural gas from a drilled depth of 28,933 feet. It was completed in January of this year after a July 2019 spud date.
The last of the wells, the McCarty 6-19h20x29, drilled at 19 7S 1E, also adjacent to the two-well pad, produced 200 barrels of oil a day and 303 Mcf of natural gas from a depth of 22,048 feet when completed in January 2022
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