Project Springboard (SCOOP Related)


#164

Thanks, M.

Sounds right.

If the laterals are 3.5 sections long they ought to produce 3.5 times as much oil. So everybody in the first 3 sections gets the same amount as a one section well. So that would be a wash.

Except the last section royalty owners would only divide 1/2 of the section production so they would only get the same as 1/2 of a one section well.

Sounds like a wash, except maybe for the last 1/2 section guys.

But the oil companies will save so much, they could drill a lot more wells and that would be good for all royalty owners.

Trying to put a positive spin on it!


#165

Right Jake. Thanks.

Here’s the Romanoff 1-25-24-13XH survey starting in 25-7-5, giving 31% production to 25, 35% to 24, and 34% to 13. So it’s about the same for each section.

The completion report shows 1006 bopd and 1894 thousand gas per day, starting in April 2017.

That would be the same as a 334 bopd and .631 thousand gas per day for a one section.

I guess that’s a wash.


#166

Incredible accomplishment!

America is now the largest oil producer in the WORLD!

_We also know that weekly U.S. crude production has averaged an all-time record 11 million b/d for the past two weeks, a 16% boom since early-January. We’ve passed Russia to become the largest crude oil producer in the world…_

American oil production has almost doubled since 2012.

And that’s the year Scoop was discovered.

Stark (Continental) explains that the company first announced the discovery of the SCOOP Woodford in 2012 and then the SCOOP Springer in 2014

The increase in American oil production since 2012 has been little short of miraculous.

And Scoop has played a big part in that miracle.

The American oil industry and Scoop in the last 6 years, in the face of lots of opposition until the last 2 years, has made America great again in oil production, just like back in the 1920s when Oklahoma produced 10% of the world’s oil.

Many thanks to Continental, Gulfport, Newfield, Devon, Chesapeake and the rest of the Scoop oil companies for their technological innovations and hard work in making Scoop and Grady County a leader in world oil production in only 6 years.

And this incredible achievement, in my opinion, has not been the work of man alone!


#167

Oil discoveries world wide LOWEST in 70 years.

Conventional crude discoveries plummeted to a record low last year, one of the world’s top energy policy advisers said. _ _ And it likely won’t get any better any time soon as energy companies gave the green light to the lowest number of new drilling projects in more than 70 years

What a great time for Scoop, Springboard, and Grady County to have RECORD DRILLING!

Continental Resources Inc. will drill 350 wells in a 70-square mile area of south-central Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City-based oil and natural gas producer said Wednesday.

Project SpringBoard includes about 45,000 acres with a gross unrisked reserve potential of more than 400 million barrels of oil equivalent, the company said.

350 wells in a 10 mile by 7 mile block in Grady County is kind of like the early days of Oklahoma drilling when you could walk for miles from derrick to derrick and never touch the ground.

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I am saying all this to emphasize the bright future for the oil industry in Grady County.

And to remind those mineral owners who are thinking about selling because they have kids in college, or big medical bills, or just plain need the money, to make sure you don’t sell too cheap and do your best to get TOP DOLLAR!


#168

Continental spudded one well in 25-7-6 on August 12 (See first attachment) and another well in 25-7-6 on August 22 (see second attachment.)

I’ve never seen 2 wells spudded so fast in one section.

Maybe they will do that for all the sections in Springboard.

Way to go Continental!


#169

Debra, I wouldn’t give them to big of a thumbs up… Continental spudded a well where I have minerals a good 2 weeks before the rig actually showed up.


#170

Could be Don.

Because in England it is clear spudding begins when the drill breaks the ground but not so in America.

The decision confirms the weight that the English courts attach to the natural meaning of words used in a contract…Spudding is clear; it is the moment when the drill breaks the ground. ……

The US courts held that “operations for drilling” could be interpreted broadly enough to include preparatory acts, such as bringing timber to build a derrick on to the land.


#171

Debra, I take back the 2 weeks… My post back on April 6, 2016 (Wednesday) puts it more like 6 weeks. :thinking:


#172

But here’s a post from M Barnes today about 2 wells spudded one day apart but on different sections.

Ramsey Trust 2-16-9-4XHS was spud in section 21 July 11, 2018.

Ramsey Trust 3-16-9-4XHS was spud in section 16 July 10, 2018.

It takes about four-five months to drill and complete an extended reach well. X means extended; H means horizontal; S probably means Springer based upon what the permit said. You will get the DO about five months after first sales, so guessing you might hear something about April or May 2019. You can watch the OK tax site to see when the wells go “active” and that is a clue to first sales date. You may have to look up the wells by 21 or 16 or 09 or 04. I usually start with the bottom hole location first which would be in 4.

Maybe it is more common than I thought and they may really do it all over Springboard!

Those Ramsey wells are in 16-7-6 and the others were in 25-7-6 .

Looks like Continental is really working hard in 7-6!


#173

Don, Best Operator you could wish.


#174

Debra, I went back and reread your post about the speed of “2 wells spudded so fast in one section.” There were 2 rigs involved. One was drilling from section 36-7N-6W (PYLE 4-36-25XHW) and one drilling from section 25 (PYLE 5-25-36XHW). Way to go Continental!!! :money_mouth_face:


#175

No doubt about that Tom!


#176

Right, Don, they are drilling the 2 Pyle wells in the same sections (25 & 36) at the same time but in opposite directions.

And right now they are drilling the 2 Ramsey Trust wells in the same sections (16, 9, and 4) at the same time and in the same direction.

So Continental has 4 wells drilling in 7-6 at the same time right now!

And they may have more wells than this drilling at this time in other sections in 7-6.

I’m going to do some checking.

Continental is really putting their long range plan for Springboard into action.

Continental has been active in this area since 2009. Nearly 100 permits have been approved within the Springboard footprint, mostly for New Drills…

“Keep in mind this is the area where we’re actually going to be able to reduce our costs for doing a Woodford well by $1 million,” Stark said. “Our teams came in and have laid out just a beautiful picture of what it takes to do that and how we accomplish this. It’s been tested and we’re ready to implement that type of drilling design going forward…

And multiple wells drilling at the same time very close to each other in very close sections must mean much lower costs

Way to go Continental.

Edit: The Pyle wells are in the Woodford and the Ramsey Trust wells are in the Springer.

They are planning 250 wells in the Woodford and 100 wells in the Springer.

Final edit: It is interesting that the Pyle wells and the Ramsey Trust wells are only 3 miles apart but they are drilling the Ramsey wells into the Springer, which is 85% oil, and the Pyle wells into the Woodford, which is only 70% oil.

Could be they are going to move up new Pyle wells in the future into the Springer to get that 85% oil or maybe not.

If not, then that may show that a FEW MILES can make a big difference in well productivity.

It’s all good though!


#177

Continental now has permits for 4 more wells in 24 and 25 7n 6w the HART 1 and 2 close togeather but Hart 1 depth is 12,055 and hart 2, 3, and 4 are at 11,794…

Could row 2 be doubling up on the Springer wells in 21 22 23 and 24 7n 8w to 8 wells???


#178

7 N 6W not 7n 8w just excitable boy here maybe !!!


#179

Right George.

The 4 Hart wells (SH in Sec. 25 and 50% of the production) are going for the Springer, with the 85% oil content.

And the 5 Williams wells (SH in Sec. 25 but only 10% of the production) are going for the Woodford, with only 70% oil.

But Continental just hit the Pyle 1-36-25XH in Sec. 25, which was drilled to the Woodford, but it hit for 1812 Boepd with 81% oil. So the Woodford can have just about as much oil as the Springer.

That’s really good news for all the formations!

The Company recently completed the Pyle 1-36-25XH in the SCOOP Woodford oil window. The Pyle flowed at a 24-hour IP of 1,812 Boe with 81% of the production being crude oil from a 9,800-foot lateral.

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#180

Debra: This is a little off-topic, but based on the info you kindly posted, I just bought 500 shares of Jericho Oil…they are still a penny stock, at .51/share. I’ve never tried penny stock, and they say smart investors don’t buy them, but this was too tempting. It’s Canadian stock but you can buy it on the American exchange. Hope it doesn’t give me headaches later when I figure my taxes.


#181

My philosophy has always been BUY AMERICAN but good luck to you, Angela.

That “electrical submersible pump” sounds very interesting.

But not all players in the STACK have market caps in the billions. With a market cap of around CA$75 million, Jericho Oil Corp. (JCO:TSX.V; JROOF:OTC) is one of the few publicly traded small-cap companies in the STACK. Small-cap stocks can provide higher returns than larger-cap stocks, as well as greater risk, according to historical data by Ibbotson Associates.

Jericho is surrounded by majors in the field. In addition to ExxonMobil and Alta Mesa, Jericho’s neighbors include Newfield Exploration Co. (NFX:NYSE), Continental Resources Inc. (CLR:NYSE), Devon Energy Corp. (DVN:NYSE), Chesapeake Energy Corp. (CHK:NYSE), Gastar Exploration Ltd. (GST:NYSE) and Marathon Oil Corp. (MRO:NYSE). ………

This second well, Swordspear 23-10-15 H, is located at the border of Major and Alfalfa counties in the northern portion of the STACK. The company reported that after 30 days on an electrical submersible pump, the well is producing an average rate of 400 oil-equivalent barrels (BOE) per day, consisting of 61% oil.

Edit: According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, in 2016 only 0.7% of the wells in Oklahoma produced more than 400 BOE per day.

So if your well is producing more than that, you are beating 99.3% of the wells in Oklahoma!


#182

Thanks for posting this additional info, Debra!


#183

Great news for Scoop, Springboard, and Grady County!

Cheniere Energy Obtains Approval to Build Its _ $1 Billion Midship Pipeline in Oklahoma_ _ _ Cheniere Energy Inc. hopes to begin work on its $1 billion Midship Pipeline soon, now that it has obtained approval for the project from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

News OK reported that the 200-mile-long pipeline will start in Kingfisher County and head south and east to southeastern Bryan County on the Oklahoma/Texas line, where it will hook into the nation’s interstate pipeline system.

It’s a lack of pipelines that is really hurting the Permian.