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Grady County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion


Grady County, OK - Oil & Gas Discussion

Oil & gas discussion group for those interested in Grady County, OK. Share your experience regarding lease bonus, royalty rates, drilling activity, and oil & gas news in the SCOOP and SOHOT


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Section 5-4N-7W

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Section 25-8N-5W

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Agwam Area

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Lease ratification

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Comment by Debra Cummings 17 hours ago

12 wells back to back.

They are called "increased density wells."

These are in Blaine County but they could do it in Grady County too!

Oil and gas explorer Magnolia Petroleum is to participate in 16 new onshore wells in the Scoop and Stack plays in Oklahoma.....Drilling has already started on the second well on the unit, Houses Quarter 10-7-6XH, with 12 wells left to be drilled back to back.......Chief executive Rita Whittington said: “In the space of a few weeks we have announced our participation in 28 new wells, the majority of which are increased density wells in the prolific Scoop and Stack plays.


Comment by Debra Cummings on Saturday

Glad to help if I can, John.

Hope you find what you are looking for!

Comment by John Morgan on Saturday
Oops a Double Negative . Correct Isn't Isn't to read : Isn't.
Comment by John Morgan on Saturday
Thanks Mucho !! Debra.
I too had found that precise and exact information. However,the listed name isn't isn't related to my family.
I am moderately familiar with name recognition which would show an acausal connection. The person who would know more definitively passed away last year. Perhaps in the future I may get to review the document which pertains to my inquiry.
Thanks "Again Mucho" -meaning a Big Whole Bunch. This expression is became an Active Vocabulary carry over from Naval Intelligence 50 years ago.
Comment by Linda Yanni on Friday

Thank you for the information,  Stephen. At least that is the section I have the  least amount of acreage.

Comment by Stephen Weeks on Friday

Dear Miss Linda, I cannot tell what they are going to do.  There is more faulting to the south with a major fault running through 24, 19 and 20.  If they drill the S/2 of sec 7 then I guess the most likely case would be a multiunit well from 18 with sec 7 again getting less than 50%.  

Comment by Linda Yanni on Friday

Oops - My tablet likes to take over my words when I'm not watching - that was multiunit not multinational.

Comment by Linda Yanni on Friday

Thank you so much, Stephen. Can you tell if this will be 1 well or multinational well later? 

Comment by Stephen Weeks on Friday

Dear Ben and Linda, the southern part of Grady Co has some well known faults running mainly E-W.  The interim order showed the split at 65-35 but the final order showed 82.79-17.21 based upon the survey information submitted.  Continental Resources was trying to avoid a fault that they believed to be near the center of sec 7.  It is possible that they will drill a well from sec 18 to reach the southern part of sec 7.  

Comment by Linda Yanni on Friday

Thank you Ben. That is correct - sections 6 and 7 - 5N  6W.


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