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South Noble

Section 34, T8N-R2W McClain County, OK

The South Noble Prospect is situated in the southern city limits of Noble, Oklahoma in Cleveland County.  This Prospect is centered on a well drilled in Sept. 1960, to a total depth of 8,352’ into the Tulip Creek Sandstone.  The well is the Pure Oil Company, R.S. Barbour #1, located in the (SW-SE-NE) of section 34, T8N-R2W.  Okland’s plan is to re-enter this well to a depth of 7,800’ in the Viola Limestone.  This well encountered a thick, fractured Hunton Limestone section with 8’ of productive detritus on top.  The Chimneyhill portion of the Hunton was abnormally thick and fractured from (7,493’-7,508’), but was not tested. 

 

The scout ticket notes that there was 400 barrels of mud lost from 7,364’-7,384’ in the fractured Haragan-Henryhouse.  A DST was performed from 7,200’-7,430’/ 1hr., recovered 1,158’ GCM + 90’ of slightly salty GCM.  The BHFP was 750# and the SIBHP was 2,775#.  The rate of recovery on that 1 hour DST would equate to approximately 17 barrels of mud per hour.  This DST interval encompassed the detritus zone at (7,246’-7,254’), which noted scattered staining and fluorescence on the 1002’A report.  Also, the Haragan-Henryhouse interval which is highly fractured from (7,330’-7,454’), both the detritus and Haragan-Henryhouse exhibited having good micro-log separation. 

 

Mustang Production Company drilled in 1/83, the Barbour #1-34, in the (W/2-NW-NE), in section 34, T8N-R2W.  This well exhibited rugose borehole conditions on the caliper response throughout the Hunton interval.  This would translate into fractured Haragan-Henryhouse that was not tested.  The top 60’ of the Viola Limestone is highly fractured and it also was not tested.  To the south in section 3, T7N-R2W, Western Oil & Gas Development drilled 3 productive Hunton wells.  These wells were completed in the fractured Haragan-Henryhouse section of the Hunton formation.  The best of the 3 wells was the first drilled, the Bradshaw #1-3 in the (SE-SE-NE), it has made 36,513 BO + 272 MMCFG to date. 

 

The Haragan-Henryhouse and Chimneyhill Limestone does produce commercially when highly fractured.  In conjunction with the Haragan-Henryhouse, Chimneyhill and the detrital zone, the fractured Viola Limestone could be prolific on their own.  This prospect is up-dip to the Western Oil & Gas Development Hunton production to the south. 

 

Subject to prior sale                                      

 

For further information, please contact:

Steve Harris

Exploration Manager

sharris@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



West Golsby Prospect

Section 20, T8N-R3W McClain County, Oklahoma

The West Goldsby Prospect is located 3 miles west of the town of Goldsby in McClain County, Oklahoma.  This prospect is situated along an extensive ridge, which contains several prolific Massive Bromide Sandstone oil fields.  The prospect is in the Washington District field. This field encompasses a multitude of Ordovician Sandstone oil fields in and around the towns of Washington and Goldsby, OK.  The proposed location is on a Bromide Sandstone closure which measures approximately 1 mile in length.  The proposed location is near the top of the closure where the most productive Bromide wells are located.  In section 21 and still producing are the S.O.O. #1-21, in the (SE-NW-NW) and the Richards #2-21, in the (N/2-SW-NW).  Both are situated on this trapping closure and have made 270,412 BO + 72 MMCFG and 413,490 BO + 213 MMCFG respectively.  The flanking well in section 21 is the B.B. Richards #1-21, (NW-NW-NW); that has been plugged but made 75,998 BO.  The rest of the flanking Bromide wells in the NE/4 of section 20 are down-dip and plugged.  The only well producing in section 20 is the Lindsay #1-20, (SW-NE-NE).  This well that has made 39,478 BO + 43 MMCFG.  The West Goldsby prospect has over 100’ of oil column in the Massive Bromide reservoir.  Determined by the top perf’s in the Richards #2-21 compared to the Lamar #1-20.  The Richards #2-21 well has perforations from 10,851’ – 10,906’, with a natural completion of F/100 BO + 50 MCFGPD.  The Bromide perf’s, for the most down dip well the Lamar #1-20, (NE-NE), are at 10,969’ – 10,971’. The Lamar #1-20 had an I.P.P. of 23 BO + 7 BWPD.  A volumetric calculation shows oil in place and recoverable for the 266 acre planimetered area.  The original oil in place is 6,193,251 BO, factor in a 25% oil recovery and there would be 1,548,312 BO recoverable reserves.  There have been 801,987 BO produced in this West Goldsby field; which leaves 746,325 BO left to recover from the Massive Bromide.  

 

The fractured Hunton potential is evident in the Lamar #2-20 well in the (W/2-SE-NE), of section 20.  This well is the nearest offset to the proposed location. The Lamar #2-20 encountered fractured Hunton from 10,040’- 10,120’.  The fracturing is concentrated in the Haragan-Henryhouse member in the upper Hunton.  The nearest fractured Haragan-Henryhouse producer, section 15, T8N-R3W (SW-SE-NW), is the W.D. Lamar #1 well.  The well is located 2 miles to the northeast.  This well was originally drilled by Sinclair in 1961, and was plugged as a dry-hole.  However it was re-entered in 1971 by Harper and completed from the Hunton for 126 BOPD.  This well has produced 96,232 BO to date and still averages 3.5 BOPD. 

 

Subject to prior sale

 

For further information, please contact:

Steve Harris

Exploration Manager

sharris@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



South West Hinton Prospect

Section 5, T11N-R11W Caddo County, OK

The proposed South West Hinton Prospect, Jaques #3-5, is a 9,750’ increased density Marchand Sand test.  The Marchand Sand was deposited in a shallow marine environment in an east to west orientation. The Marchand Sand is a prolific oil producer with little to no water production.

 

Major development of this trend started on the western extent with the Mich-Wis, Morelock #1, C SE 4 Section 6-T11N-R11W. The Morelock #1 was drilled in December 1978 to a depth of 13,670’ targeting the Atoka-Morrow Sands; however, production was established in the Marchand Sand at an IPF 103 BOPD + 0 water. Still producing, the current cum is 111,844 BO. Nadel & Gussman drilled the Ellen #1-4, SE NW Section 4-T11N-R11W in October 1987, targeting the Britt Sand at 13,300’; however, production was established in the Marchand Sand at IPF 387 BOPD + 195 MCFGPD + 0 Water. Still producing, the current cum is 224,570 BO. The Ellen #1-4 established the eastern trend extent for delineation of the sand through Section 5. Okland Oil’s initial test well in the play was the Byrd #1-5, SW SW Section 5-T11N-R11W in October 1987; total cum was 55,737 BO. Subsequent Marchand Sand development in Section 5 by Okland Oil Company is as follows:

 

Well Name

Spud Date

Current Cumulative

EUR

Jaques #1-5

September 1990

108,031 BO

P & A

Hofman #1-5

October 1992

98,404 BO

P & A

Jaques #2-5

April 2008

47,424 BO

111,500 BO

House #1-5

September 2008

42,041 BO

121,700 BO

Byrd #2-5

August 2009

21,281 BO

81,000 BO

House #2-5

June 2010

26,040 BO

120,000 BO

 

Okland Oil Company proposes drilling the Jaques #3-5 in the NW SW NE for a calculated recoverable reserve of 167,226 BO.

 

Subject to prior sale

 

For further information, please contact:

Steven Wetwiska

Geologist

swetwiska@oklandoil.com

405.236.3046



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