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West Dale Prospect

Section 27, T11N-R2E Pottawatomie County, OK

The West Dale Prospect has a porous Hunton Limestone preserved along the crest and west side of the West Dale structural feature. This analogy is identical to Hunton production in the Luther Southwest field, South Harrah field and Shawnee Southwest field. These Hunton producers have two things in common; the Hunton is porous in the top of the Limestone and all analogies lie along a prominent structural feature.  Okland would like to propose drilling a new well offsetting the H.C. Rooker #1 in the SE/4 SE/4 NW/4 of Section 27-T11N-R2E. The proposed T.D. will be approximately 5,700’.

Potential recoverable reserves Haragan/Chimney Hill - 166,631 BO

Analogous Fields to West Dale:

These fields and associated wells follow the cross section and structure maps accordingly.

 

Luther Southwest Field:  Section 6-T13N-R1E

The Armstrong #1-6 well was drilled in 6/88 by Holden Energy Corp. The entire Hunton interval from 5,524’-5,560 was tested and acidized with 1,000 gals. The wells I.P. was 3 BOPD, 550 MCFPD and 2 BWPD. Two months after completion the oil production increased, making 182 BOPD and made 25,934 BO the first six months. To date, the well has made 174,277 BO & 338,031 MCF and is still active.

The Armstrong well has 4-6% porosity with 10 ohms resistivity; the salt water calculation is 90-100%

South Harrah Field: Section 14-T11N-R1E

The Daniel John #1 well was drilled in 9/85 by North Star Exploration and tested the Hunton. This well was drilled upon a strong nosing and was perforated in the top of the Hunton from 5,780’-5,792’ and flowed naturally in 10/85. Within the first seven months, the well produced 29,777 BO and 37 MMCF. In 4/86, an acid job w/ 2,000 gals was performed, with the next six months of production being 74,097 BO & 110 MMCF. The initial production was 331 BOPD & 188 MCFPD. To date, the well has made 260,670 BO & 703,241 MCF and has been inactive since 2007.

The Daniel John well has 8% porosity with 40-50 ohms resistivity; the salt water calculation is 34%.

West Dale Field: Section 27-T11N-R2E

The H.C. Rooker #1 well was drilled in 1957 by Jack Frost and tested the Wilcox. The well produced 1,990 BO and was plugged in 8/85. No tests were conducted in the Hunton formation.

The H.C Rooker log shows 16’ of micro-log porosity in the top of the Hunton, with micro-log porosity between 10.5-11% and 50-250 ohms resistivity; the salt water calculation is 25-35%.

Shawnee Townsite Field: Section 24-T10N-R3E

The THO-KAH-QUA-MUCK #1 well was drilled in 6/43 by Atlantic Refining Company and tested the Wilcox. A DST was performed from 5,142’ to 5,160’ and recorded 60’ of oil cut mud. The entire interval of the Hunton from 5,110’ to 5,156’ was tested and acidized w/ 5,000 gals. The Hunton flowed with an IP of 79 BOPD. To date, the well has made 88,478 BO and is still active.

Based off production, log characteristics, and structure of comparable logs and fields, it is Okland’s opinion that the Hunton formation in the West Dale field has been overlooked. Based on our studies, we feel there is ample evidence that warrants a well to be drilled in order to test the Haragan/Chimney hill intervals of the Hunton formation. 

 

 

Subject to prior sale                                      

 

For further information, please contact:

Steven Wetwiska

Geologist

swetwiska@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



South East Payne Prospect

Section 22 & 27, T5N-R3W McClain County, Oklahoma

 

The S.E. Payne prospect is located (2) miles southeast of the townsite of Payne and (2) miles north of the Garvin County line. In this part of the Golden Trend the Deese, Hunton and Ordovician Sandstones produce prolifically. In the immediate area where faults are present the Ordovician-Bromide Sands produce on relatively small ariel extents, but high structural relief traps.

 

The S.E. Payne prospect is a 24-acre Ordovician structure trapped against a normal fault. This structure has at least 40’ of closure on the Bromide surface increasing to 60’ of closure on the Tulip Creek surface. There are two similar features located to the north and south of this prospect. Both features are productive in the Bromide sand where the wells are located on the flanks of structural highs. Okland’s internal volumetric calculations show if multiple Ordovician zones are proven productive oil reserves have a potential recovery of 166,963 BO.

 

Schrader Unit #1 well (NW/4 NW/4) of section 22-T5N-R3W was drilled by Goff-Leeper Drilling Co in March 1960. It had a flowing I.P. of 339 BOPD in the 2nd Bromide with a natural completion. The well made 159,153 BO commingled with the Hunton.

 

Shadle Branch #1 well (SE/4 NW/4) of section 27-T5N-R3W was drilled by Brookwood Oil Company in November 1967. It had a flowing I.P. of 486 BOPD + 390 MCFPD with a natural completion. The Shadle Branch #1 had approximately 25’ of total pay from the 1st Bromide, 3rd Bromide and the Tulip Creek formations. The well made 166,964 BO + 73 MMCF commingled from all three Ordovician Sandstones.

 

Located directly south of Okland’s proposed location is the State of Oklahoma #1-27 well (SW/4 NW/4 NE/4) of section 27-T5N-R3W. It was drilled by Ladd Petroleum Corp. in April 1987 to the Oil Creek formation at a depth of 10,167’ and was plugged. The State of Oklahoma #1-27 well is approx. 50’ low to Okland’s proposed location.

 

As a side note, The Golden Trend 3-D survey was completed in 1998. Therefore, by not having 3-D seismic Ladd Petroleum Corp presumably drilled the well from 2-D seismic and missed the top of the structure.

 

Secondary objective, the Upper Hart Sandstone is productive in the immediate area. Okland’s proposed location is directly on trend with an Upper Hart sand channel where there are two Upper Hart producers located to the north and south. Okland’s internal volumetric calculations show the Upper Hart Sandstone in sections 22 & 27 has additional recoverable oil reserves of 154,380 BO.

 

Beulah Clagg Unit #1 well (NE/4 SW/4 SE/4) of section 22-T5N-R3W was drilled by Sunray DX in September 1962. It was completed in the Upper Hart Sandstone with a flowing I.P. of 233 BOPD where it ultimately made 106,709 BO + 327,761 MCF.

 

 

Sellmon Brown #1 well (N/2 SW/4 NE/4) of section 27-T5N-R3W was drilled by Gulf Oil Corp. in April 1968. The well originally was completed out of the Upper Hart Sandstone with a flowing I.P. of 98 BOPD. It made 56,975 BO before it was recompleted in August 1982 out of the Gibson Sand with an I.P. of 17 BO + 62 BWPD. The well made an additional 767 BO before being plugged.

 

State of Oklahoma #1-27 well shows an Upper Hart net pay of 17’ with 16% porosity and an average SW calculation of 18%. This zone was never tested but has comparable calculations to the productive Beulah Clagg and Sellmon-Brown wells. 

 

 

Subject to prior sale

 

For further information, please contact:

Patrick Wetwiska

Geologist

pwetwiska@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



Lexington Prospect

Section 8, T6N-R1W Cleveland County, OK

 

 

The Lexington Prospect lies within the townsite of Lexington, Oklahoma.  This well is to be directionally drilled to the approximate bottom-hole location of E/2-E/2-W/2-NW of section 8, T6N-R1W.  The surface location will be approximately 900’ south which will be drilled to a T.V.D. of 7,700’ into the 2nd Wilcox Sandstone. 

 

The prospect is centered upon a Wilcox “horst” feature that had 1st Wilcox production downdip on this structure.  The 3-D seismic interpretation shows the proposed location could gain 6 mil’s or 30’-36’ of structural advantage to the downdip Baxter #2-8 well.  The two downdip Wilcox wells are approximately 4 mil’s in seismic time separation although there is 26’ of sub-surface structural difference on the 1st Wilcox porosity between them.  The 6 mil’s of up-dip aerial extent is approximately 40 acres in size.  The 3-D seismic interpretation for this fault bound structure is approximately 135 acres in aerial extent on the Wilcox surface. 

 

The Baxter Unit #1 well is in the W/2-NE-NW-SW of section 8, it was completed in September/1978 from the 1st Wilcox Sandstone.  It was an “open-hole” completion for an IPF/113 BOPD which made 137,406 BO before abandonment.

 

The Baxter Unit # 2-8 well, in the NW-SE-SW-NW of section 8, was completed in March/1979 from the Wilcox Sandstone.   It perforated 7,552’-7,562’ in the 1st Wilcox Sandstone and made a natural completion.  The well had an I.P.P/121 BO + 37 BWPD which made 80,636 BO before abandonment. 

 

This 3-D seismic is from the Okland/Cleveland 3-D survey which was surveyed in the mid 90’s.  Okland has drilled several other anomalies on this 3-D and have found them to be productive in the Wilcox Sandstone. 

 

The most prolific 1st and 2nd Wilcox well within the Cleveland 3-D seismic survey has been the Okland Oil Company/Myrna Chandler #1-1 in the NW-SE-SE of section 1, T6N-R2W.  It was completed in December 1997 as a 2nd Wilcox producer that made 56,291 BO.  In August 2000 the 2nd Wilcox was plugged off and was re-completed in the 1st Wilcox that has made 185,284 BO to date.  The total cumulative production for the Chandler #1-1 from the 1st and 2nd Wilcox combined is 241,575 BO.  This well still averages 10- 20 bbls. / day.  The Okland Oil Company/Myrna Chandler #2-1 in the N/2-SW of section 1, T6N-R2W was a 2nd Wilcox producer that made 65,332 BO.

The 2nd Wilcox also did produce in the Statex-Yost #2-22 in the SE-NW-SE of section 22, T6N-R1W.  It was completed in Dec/1980 for an I.P. of 113 BOPD and made 77,918 BO.

 

The Viola Limestone does produce in the township and would be a secondary objective.  The Baxter #2-8 has a fractured Viola interval from 7,166’-7,252’ but was not tested.  This productive Viola interval is the stratigraphic equivalent interval in another well.  In section 26, T6N-R1W the Smith #1 in the NW-NW-SE-SE, the Viola has made 92,855 BO since November/1983.  This Viola interval is fractured but also does have 6’-8’ of primary porosity within.  It had an I.P.P. of 120 BO + 168 MCFGPD after 285 bbls. acid job with a 178 bbls. water frac. 

 

 

The secondary objectives are the Viola Limestone and the 2nd Wilcox Sandstone.  Both intervals are viable objectives since this well will be drilled into the very top of this “horst” structure.

 

 

Subject to prior sale

 

For further information, please contact:

Steve Harris 

Exploration Manager

sharris@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



Jet Prospect

Section 28, T26N-R9W Alfalfa County, OK

 

 

The Jet prospect is located south of the Great Salt Plains north of the town of Jet, OK.

Okland Oil is proposing to re-complete the Tucker C #2-28 to test the upper and lower chat, Meramec, and Osage intervals within the Mississippian Limestone. These Mississippian intervals have been prolific producing reservoirs throughout northern Oklahoma. Most notably in the northern region of the Sooner trend and the Hawley West Unit.

 

Log characteristics in the Tucker C # 2-28 show highly fractured lime in both Meramec and Osage intervals. These fracture systems are mappable and are orientated in a NW/SE trend and can be seen highly productive.

 

December 1968, Magic Circle Oil Company re-entered and deepened the Ford #1 originally drilled by Davon Drilling Company. The Ford #1 was tested within the Mississippi 5,854’-5,992’. A 6,800 BBLS water frac and 2,000 Gal acid stimulation was performed. The well flowed 500,000 CFGPD by meter, 10 BOPD, and 100 BBLS of load water for 10 days. The well made 465 BO. Since there wasn’t a gas pipeline in this area until 1976 the well was never able to sell the gas and was plugged in 1970.

 

Anadarko Production Company drilled the Tucker C #2-28 in June 1982.  The Tucker C was tested with acid in the Oswego 5,089’-5,215’ flowing 510,000 MCF. Hunton test (no treatment) 6,107’-6,112’ flowing 794 BO and 627,000 MCF. The well has made 44,513 BO and 568,185 MCF.

The Dual Induction log shows 101’ of Fractured Meramec (5,658’-5,758’) and 176’ of fractured Osage Lime (5,775’-5,845’, 5,869’-5,975’).

*The mud log on the Tucker C #2-28 notes at 5,664’ they started losing mud and by passing the shaker.  Loosing circulation at 5,741’, losing circulation at 5,789’, mud weight cut by gas at 5,900’, and at 5,940’ the mud weight dropped below 8.3 and was off scale because the mud was too frothy from formation gas.

 

Key wells:

 

Mcintire #1 T23N R10W SEC 12    

Drilled August 1968 by Gulf Oil Corporation. The Mcintire tested the Mississippi (6,588’-7,148’). Flowed through tubing 1,523 BOPD with 1,400 BLW. The well was plugged in 1973 with a total cum of 72,246 BO.

 

 

Davis #1-33 T24N R9W SEC 33        

Drilled April 1964 by Shell Oil Company. Tested the Mississippi (6,396’-6,850’). The Davis flowed through tubing 250 BOPD. The well was re-completed October 1995 in the Manning (6,240’-6,258’) and treated with 1,500 gals of acid and fracture treated with 31,000 gals. The well had an IP of 42 BOPD 60 MCF 24 BWPD but never had any sales from the re-completion. Total production of   29,936 BO     1,141,209 MCF.

*The mud log starts picking up sample shows in the fractured intervals within the Meramec and Osage intervals and three cores were taken. The cores describe the intervals as being fractured with pin point porosity, oil bleeding from the fractures, and in parts having dull florescent cuts.

 

Lott #1 T24N R9W SEC 36                

January 1968, Mack Oil Company drilled the Lott #1 testing the Mississippian interval (6,343’-6,667’). The well came online flowing through tubing 1,982 MCF 23 BOPD 50 BWPD. The Lott #1 was plugged in 1986 with total production of 14,965 BO   2,979,153 MCF.

 

The Tucker C #2-28 has a 600-unit chromatograph show in the Mississippi (chat) and was noted by an Anadarko geologist as a zone of interest that needed to be tested before the well is plugged.

 

Hawley West Unit- T27N R8W -T26N R8W Grant County, OK was unitized in 1974 by Sun Oil Company. The unit has produced 2,292,570 BO 286,591 MCF out of the upper and lower Mississippi chat, with the bulk of the production being out of the upper chat.

 

In April 1966, SunRay DX Oil Company drilled the J. Umberger #2 and tested the upper chat through perforations (5,234’-5,249’), the well had an IP: 160 BOPD   0 BWPD. The well has made 97,619 BO and was plugged in 1996.

 

 

Both Meramec and Osage intervals in the Tucker C #2-28 show to be fractured with mud log shows corelating with the fractured intervals. The Mississippi (Chat) in the Tucker C#2-28 correlates to be the same producing member in the Hawley West Unit. Through Okland’s geologic research of Mississippi fracture trends and by closely comparing mud logs with fractured Mississippian intervals. The Tucker C #2-28 has all the geologic components to warrant a re-completion in the upper/lower Mississippi (Chat), Meramec and Osage intervals.

 

 

Subject to prior sale

 

For further information, please contact:

Steven Wetwiska

Geologist

swetwiska@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



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