Whiting Petroleum (WLL) has an active development program in the Permian Basin and disclosed an update on recent operations here. The company is working on the Wolfbone play on its properties, which include the Brushy Canyon, Bone Spring, and Wolfcamp zones.
Whiting Petroleum is active in the Big Tex area and has drilled and completed the Bissett 9701H well into the Bone Spring formation. The Bissett 9701H was drilled with a 3,645 foot lateral and eighteen hydraulic fracturing stages, and produced an average of 336 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day during the first thirty days.
Whiting Petroleum has also completed fracturing operations on the Chilton 5601H drilled into the Bone Spring and the Lizzy 402H well drilled into the Brushy Canyon formation. The company is waiting for results on these two wells.