Cisco Energy LLC, Plano, Tex., said it has participated in eight operated and 13 nonoperated wells in the Mississippi lime play in north-central Oklahoma and constructed five salt-water disposal well facilities since beginning its drilling program in January 2012.
The company’s acreage is in Alfalfa, Grant, Garfield, Noble, and Payne counties and is concentrated in contiguous positions in Grant and Garfield counties.
Most recently the company completed four operated horizontal wells along the Grant-Garfield county line. The Sawgrass 33-1H well, in 33-25n-5w, Grant County, 5 miles south of Pond Creek, Okla., tested 285 b/d of oil and 492 Mcfd of gas and 2,400 b/d of water from a lateral bottomed at 10,137 ft measured depth. Completed in December 2012, the well had an initial 30-day production rate of 288 b/d of oil equivalent, 77% oil.
The Sawgrass well is an east offset confirmation well to Cisco’s Pebble Beach 32-1H well in 32-25n-5w and a north offset to Cisco’s Barbados 20-1H well in 20-24n-5w, Garfield County.
The Pebble Beach 32-1H well, completed in July 2012, had a 30-day rate of 176 boe/d, 75% oil, and continues to produce at 203 boe/d. It recovered 24,000 boe in the 5 months ended December 2012.
The Barbados 20-1H well, 3.5 miles south of the Sawgrass well, was completed in August 2012. It had a 30-day rate of 183 boe/d, 82% oil, and is making 170 boe/d. Cisco has a controlling interest in the sections that offset the Sawgrass, Pebble Beach, and Barbados wells.
The Badger 3-1H well, in 3-26n-7w, in the Gilbert area of Grant County 12 miles northwest of the Sawgrass well, was completed in November 2012 at an initial 30-day rate of 275 boe/d.
Cisco entered the play in 2010, acquiring about 30,000 net acres on favorable terms, and has established disposal wells and electric-power capacity in six primary operating areas that facilitate uninterrupted low-risk development.