Oklahoma: Anadarko Woodford multiunit well to spud

By OGJ editors

Continental Resources Inc., Enid, Okla., plans to spud in November 2011 the first multiunit well in the Anadarko basin Woodford shale play in Oklahoma under the state’s new statute.

Continental has an 82% working interest in the long-lateral Toms 1-21XH, in Blaine County. Multiunit orders provide for the development with a single well bore of two or more 640-acre pooled units.

Meanwhile, Continental listed 1-day tests on notable company operated horizontal wells in the Anadarko Woodford play in the quarter ended Sept. 30.

They are:  In Blaine County, Peters 1-3H, 5.1 MMcfd of gas and 51 b/d of oil, Kenneth 1-17H, 4.3 MMcfd and 149 b/d, Justice 1-15H, 4.9 MMcfd and 15 b/d, and Petty 1-17H, 2.1 MMcfd and 386 b/d; in Grady County, Lou 1-16H, 3.5 MMcfd and 224 b/d; in Dewey County, Saratoga 1-25H, 4.1 MMcfd and 110 b/d, and Dobbins 1-36H, 4.3 MMcfd and 62 b/d; and in Custer County, Cromwell 1-1H, 4.5 MMcfd and 34 b/d.

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