Gulfport Energy has released initial production results from two gas-rich wells in Oklahomas SCOOP play, Kallanish Energy reports.
The Lilly 3-15X10H well produced at an average 30-day production rate of 16.7 million cubic feet-equivalent per day (MMcfe/d), or 2.45 MMcfe per 1,000 feet of lateral, the company said.
The other well, the Lilly 4-15X10H well, produced an average 30-day production rate of 13.1 MMcfe/d, or 1.78 MMcfe per 1,000 feet of lateral, it said.
Both wells are in the Central Woodford wet gas window and the two wells are in Grady County, southwest of Oklahoma City.
The wells have laterals that are 6,816 feet and 7,323 feet, respectively.
The first Lilly well produced 395.5 MMcf of natural gas and 9,600 Bbls of oil in its initial 30 days of production, said the Oklahoma-based company.
The second Lilly well produced 305.4 MMcf of natural gas and 8,300 Bbls of oil in the first 30 days, Gulfport reported.
The production in both wells was 67% natural gas, 21% natural gas liquids and 12% oil.
The gas being produced in the two wells is 1,157 BTU gas and is yielding 43.3 Bbls of natural gas liquids per MMcf of natural gas and results in natural gas shrink of 14%, the company said.
Gulfport offered no comment on the well results.
It started drilling in the SCOOP play in late 2016 and lists production from 19 SCOOP wells.
The company reported Q1 2018 production of 14.8 billion cubic feet (Bcf) from its SCOOP wells. That was a nearly three-fold increase from Q1 2017.
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