Two Wolfcamp Wells Completed by WPX Energy in Ward County, Texas

Drilling Activity Details


United States

Post Date
Shore Type
Well Name
#1H University Lands Cathedral 1516-17 A, #4H University Lands Cathedral 1516-17 D
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Drilling Activity Summary


Two Ward County (RRC Dist. 8), Texas, Wolfcamp wells were completed by Oklahoma City-based WPX Energy. The Phantom Field wells were drilled from a pad in Section 14, Block 17, University Lands Survey, A-U53. The #1H University Lands Cathedral 1516-17 A has a total depth of 21,926 ft and a true vertical depth of 11,389 ft. It produced 1,507 bbl of 38° API oil, 1.768 MMcf of gas and 1,173 bbl of water daily. It was tested on a 46/64-inch choke with a flowing casing pressure of 691 psi from fractured perforations 11,727-21,818 ft. The #4H University Lands Cathedral 1516-17 D initially flowed 1,420 bbl of 38° API oil, with 1.688 MMcf of gas and 1,188 bbl of water per day from fractured perforations at 11,566-20,919 ft. It was drilled to 21,680 ft, 11,482 ft true vertical. Gauged on a 52/64-inch choke, the flowing tubing pressure was 582psi and the shut-in casing pressure was 585 psi.