Oklahoma

  • Viola Limestone

    Formation: Viola Limestone
    Formation Depth: 4227′
    Prior Production: 8 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 26 BOPD
    Sustained: 26 BOPD

    A well in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with three 4 foot GasGuns. This well is a cased hole completion in the Viola limestone formation at a depth of 4227 feet. This is an old well, and the operator suspected he had cement invasion in the formation. Oil production increase from 8 BOPD to 26 BOPD after the GasGun treatment.

  • Hunton Limestone

    Formation: Hunton Limestone
    Formation Depth: 4214′
    Prior Production: 30 MCF/D
    After Stimulation: 80 MCF/D

    A well in Seminole County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with three 10 foot GasGuns. This well is a cased hole completion in the Hunton limestone formation at a depth of 4214 feet. Gas production increased from 30 MCF/D to 80 MCF/D after the GasGun treatment.

  • Senora Sandstone

    Formation: Senora Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 588′
    Prior Production: None (new well)
    After Stimulation: 250 MCF/D

    A new well in Hughes County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 6 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Senora sandstone formation at a depth of 588 feet. After the GasGun stimulation, the well came in at 250 MCF/D. The operator has since throttled the well back to 50 MCF/D and is very pleased with the results.

  • Cleveland Sandstone

    Formation: Cleveland Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 3358′
    Prior Production: 0.25 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 3 BOPD

    A well in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Cleveland sandstone formation at a depth of 3358 feet. The well made 3 BOPD for years and then fell off to 0.25 BOPD. After the GasGun stimulation the well was back to 3 BOPD.

  • Cleveland Sandstone

    Formation: Cleveland Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 1461′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 6 BOPD

    A well in Osage County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Lower Cleveland sandstone formation at a depth of 1461 feet. The well had no prior production. After the GasGun treatment, the well was making 6 BOPD.

  • Prue Sandstone

    Formation: Prue Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 2890′
    Prior Production: None (new well)
    After Stimulation: 80 BOPD & 30 MCF/D

    A new well in Creek County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with two 10 foot GasGuns. This well is a cased hole completion in the Prue sandstone formation at a depth of 2890 feet. After the GasGun treatment, the operator did a small frac job, which was accomplished with a 30% reduction in treating pressure. When the well was put on production it was making 80 BOPD and 30 MCF/D. The operator believes most of the improvement in production was a result of the GasGun.

  • Dutcher Sandstone

    Formation: Dutcher Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 2350′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 2 BOPD
    After 3 months: 4 BOPD

    A well in Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 5 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Dutcher sandstone formation at a depth of 2350 feet. The well had no prior oil production. Immediately after the GasGun treatment it was making 2 BOPD. After 3 months the well leveled off making 4 BOPD.

  • Fortuna Sandstone

    Formation: Fortuna Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 2042′
    Prior Production: 8 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 40 BOPD
    After 2 months: 30 BOPD

    An oil well in Caddo County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Fortuna sandstone formation at a depth of 2042 feet. Oil production immediately increased from 8 to 40 BOPD and continued at that level for 30 days. Production decreased to 30 BOPD for the next 60 days and has leveled off at 10 BOPD.

  • Bartellsville Sandstone

    Formation: Bartellsville Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 2377′
    Prior Production: 6 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 16 BOPD

    A well in Osage County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 3 foot GasGun. This well was completed open hole in the Bartellsville sandstone formation at a depth of 2377 feet. Oil production increased from 6 to 16 BOPD.

  • Bartellsville Sandstone

    Formation: Bartellsville Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 2310′
    Prior Production: 3 BOPD & 25 MCF/D
    After Stimulation: 15 BOPD & 100 MCF/D

    A well in Creek County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 2 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Bartellsville sandstone formation at a depth of 2310 feet. After the GasGun, stimulation and a small 4000 lb frac the wells production increased from 3 BOPD and 25 MCF/D to 15 BOPD and 100 MCF/D.

  • Cleveland Sandstone

    Formation: Cleveland Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 1288′
    Prior Production: 3 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 16 BOPD
    Sustained: 20 BOPD

    A well in Osage County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 10 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Cleveland sandstone formation at a depth of 1288 feet. Oil production increased from 3 BOPD prior to the stimulation to 16 BOPD immediately after. Oil production continued to increase to 20 BOPD three days later.

  • Misener Sandstone

    Formation: Misener Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 5946′
    Prior Production: 2.5 BOPD
    After Stimulation: 134 BOPD
    After 2 weeks: 80 BOPD

    A well in Grant County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Misener formation at a depth of 5946 feet. This well was drilled in 1996 with the completed formation only 2 feet from water. The customer initially tried to stimulate the formation with a diesel frac, but was unable to break it down. Immediately after the GasGun stimulation, it produced 134 BOPD. The well produced 1200 BBL in the first 12 days and has leveled out at 80 BOPD.

  • McAlester Coal

    Formation: McAlester Coal
    Formation Depth: 636′
    Prior Production: 2 MCF/D
    After Stimulation: 20 MCF/D
    Sustained: 20 MCF/D

    A coal well in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun. This well is an open hole completion in the McAlester formation at a depth of 636 feet. Production went from 2 to 20 MCF/D and from 0 to 4 BWPD after the GasGun treatment. Now that the well is producing some water, it is hoped that gas production will rise as water is withdrawn from this low pressure formation.

  • Booch Sandstone

    Formation: Booch Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 3111′
    Prior Production: None (recompletion)
    After Stimulation: 19 BOPD
    After 3 months: 10 BOPD

    A well in Seminole County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 6 foot GasGun. This is a cased hole well which was recompleted in the Booch formation at a depth of 3111 feet. Immediately after the stimulation production came in at 19 BOPD. Three months later production was reported to have leveled off at 10 BOPD. This production surpassed the customer’s expectations.

  • Cromwell Sandstone

    Formation: Cromwell Sandstone
    Formation Depth: 3000′
    Prior Production: 0 BOPD & 6 MCF/D
    After Stimulation: 5 BOPD & 50 MCF/D

    A well in Hughes County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with a 4 foot GasGun, 6 foot GasGun, 8 foot GasGun, and 10 foot GasGun. This well is a cased hole completion in the Cromwell formation at a depth of approximately 3000 feet. Multiple GasGun tools were used in order to stimulate separate intervals of the formation. Oil production went from 0 to 5 BOPD, gas production went from 6 to 50 MCF/D, and water production went from 50 to 150 BWPD.

  • See Description to Left

    Formation: Cromwell Sandstone
    (waste disposal)
    Formation Depth: 3184′
    Prior to stimulation: flowing water
    After Stimulation: heavy vacuum
    Sustained: well still on heavy vacuum

    A waste disposal well in Hughes County, Oklahoma, was stimulated with two 10-foot GasGuns. This well is a cased hole completion in the Cromwell formation at a depth of 3184 feet. Before the shot, the well was producing water and required significant injection pressure in order to take any fluid. Immediately after the GasGun shots, the well went on a very heavy vacuum. As of the date of this writing (9 months later), the well is still on heavy vacuum. The customer has disposed of as much as 1200 BWPD and could take much more if he needed it to.