CPRP Remains Active; Filing 60 Apps
In the past 15 days, Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners LLC has filed 60 regulatory applications; including Multi-Units, Increased Well Densities, and Horizontal Spacings.
- Example of one of their recent filings in 02-06N-04W, McClain County, OK.
More Apps: Additional filings were made by these companies.
- CPRP (60)
- Citizen Energy (26)
- Sanguine Gas Exploration (24)
- Continental Resources (20)
- Citation Oil & Gas Corp (20)
- Other (143)
(Total) represents the number of STRs covered and individual instruments. For instance, a pooling, multi, and spacing filed in both 31-07N-06W and 30-07N-06W would have a count of (6).
Pooling Orders: 13 Filed; covering 8 counties.
- Trinity Operating USG LLC led the way with 3, however, their orders appeared to be related to the Change of Operator from Ovintiv to Trinity.
- I know our readers like numbers so here are a few from Order No. 722055
- 30-07N-09E, Hughes County, OK
- Foundation Energy Management, LLC
- Completion Cost: $4.6 million
- 3/16 Rate: $100
More IP Rates To Report
Kingfisher County, OK
Gas = MCF/Day
Oil = BBL/Day
The 1002A Completion Forms are not available yet, so we linked to the Notice of Spuds (Form 1001A).
- Carol FIU 1607 2H-18X: 747 Oil, 1,811 Gas
- Carol FIU 1607 3H-18X: 1,529 Oil, 3,074 Gas
- Carol FED 1607 4H-18X: 1,483 Oil , 2,865 Gas
- Carol FIU 1607 5H-18X: 879 Oil, 1,773 Gas
Chaparral Is Active Again: Past 15 days, Chaparral Energy has spud 3 wells; all 3 bottom holes located in 13N-07W of Canadain County, OK
Additionally, Chaparral picked up 71 wells from Fairway Resources Operating III LLC.
- 37 in Wood County, OK
- 34 in Major County, OK
Speaking of Fairway: Per their site, “Please take note that as of September 3, 2021, and effective June 1, 2021, Fairway has sold all oil and gas assets to two buyers. The two buyers appear to be Chaparral and Mustang Fuel.”
Some More Transfers: MMGK Arkoma LLC has so far acquired over 150 wells from Stephens Production Co. All of these are gas wells located in far eastern Oklahoma.
A & D
BCE-Mach Announces Agreements for its 10th and 11th Acquisitions
BCE-Mach LLC, BCE-Mach II LLC and BCE-Mach III LLC (collectively “BCE-Mach”) have executed purchase and sale agreements for two acquisitions totaling $66.5 million with both expected to close in the first quarter of 2022.
- $66.5 Million
- 1) Working interest across 61 wells in Kingfisher County, OK
- 2) Assets located in Mississippi Lime
- BCE-Mach’s 4th Acquisition in Miss Lime
- Primarily located in Barber County, KS
- 66,000 net acres
- 193 operated wells
- Expected to Add $26.4 million of 2022 cash flow
Eckard Land & Acquisitions Dominates Mineral Space: Eckard continues to impress with its activity and capital spent. In the past 15 days, Eckard has accounted for 56% of all considerations recorded in the 57 counties we examined.
Assignment Activity: Leading assignment news for the past 15 days appears to be an overriding royalty interest exchanged between TLW Investments and Hillman Royalties.
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