Kolibri Global Energy’s second group of down-spaced wells in its Tishomingo field in Oklahoma are producing at higher rates than its previously drilled wells in the region, according to an Oct. 10 news release.
Over the last week, the Barnes 7-4H and 7-5H wells, located in the Lower Caney formation, averaged 686 boe/d and 624 boe/d respectively.
“We are excited that the two new Lower Caney Barnes 7-4H and Barnes 7-5H wells are performing so well, and we are looking forward to bringing on the Emery 17-3H, 17-4H and 17-5H wells,” Wolf Regener, president and CEO of Kolibri, said in a press release. “We anticipate spudding the next set of wells sometime in December for production in early 2024.”
The company also finished drilling the Emery 17-3H and 17-4H wells and is currently drilling the Emery 17-5H. Completion operations for all three wells are expected to begin in the first week of November.
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