Oklahoma

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, July 9
– A group led by Beard Co., Oklahoma City, plans a secondary recovery project in Dilworth oil field in northern Oklahoma.

Participants include Subsurface Minerals Group LLC, RSE Energy LLC, True Energy Exploration LLC, Royal Energy LLC, and Beard Dilworth LLC.

The project, in 17, 18, and 20-28n-1e, Kay County, 15 miles northwest of Ponca City, is expected to recover several million barrels of oil. It involves drilling four producing wells and three disposal wells.

The field is estimated to have produced 70 million bbl of oil since discovery in 1911.

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