Kolibri Global Energy Lands Three More Successful Oklahoma Wells
The wells in its Tishomingo field add more than 1,500 BOE/D to the company’s production.
Kolibri Global Energy reported three more successful wells in its Tishomingo field in Oklahoma, which add more than 1,500 BOE/D to the company’s production.
The Barnes 8-1H, 8-2H, and 8-3H wells were drilled and completed under budget and are still cleaning up after the fracture stimulations. The two Caney formation wells, the Barnes 8-1H and 8-2H, have produced at a 12-day average rate of 465 BOE/D (375 BOPD) and 565 BOE/D (455 BOPD), respectively. Over 5 days, the Barnes 8-1H averaged 500 BOE/D (400 BOPD) and the Barnes 8-2H has averaged 590 BOE/D (470 BOPD). These wells were the first down-spacing wells in the field and were drilled at a spacing pattern of six wells per section, with the Barnes 8-1H in the upper Caney and the Barnes 8-2H in the lower Caney.
The Barnes 8-3H well, which is in the T-zone formation and is under and between the Barnes 8-1H and 8-2H wells, has an 11-day average rate of 445 BOE/D (315 BOPD) and has averaged 490 BOE/D (340 BOPD) over 5 days, with the last 2 days at 570 BOE/D (390 BOPD).
Production optimization is currently in progress on all three wells.