This prospect has great potential for success. Three (3) wells should be drilled on 20-acre spacing; the first in the center of the mapped structure that should be high. Three (3) wells should be adequate to drain the reservoir. A dedicated multiple well approach is prudent in this matter since any of the three wells may prove to be the sweet spot, while a production waste injection well will be necessary.
One must also consider the fact the Cushing Field is known for how its oil reservoirs stack atop of each other. These wells should hit oil and natural gas in multiple zones, including the mighty Wilcox.
Below are links to the Cole Buffalo Soldier #1 3rd Party Petrophysical Log Analysis.
The Shamrock Saddle #1 Misener Sand geological structure map.
NUTECH ENGINEERING COLE BUFFALO SOLDIER #1
YEPP-SHAMROCK SADDLE #1 LOCATION MISENER STRUCTURE MAP
SHAMROCK SADDLE #1, MISENER SAND PROSPECT GEOLOGICAL RECOMMENDATION, BY A. DAN WHITTEN JR. MASTER PETROLEUM GEOLOGIST, OU CLASS OF 1943
TOWNSHIP 17 NORTH, RANGE 07 EAST, CREEK COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. APRROXIMATELY 4 MILES EAST OF SHAMROCK, OKLAHOMA, BEING 1 MILE SOUTH-OFF STATE HIGHWAY 16, AND AN ESTIMATED 10 MILES NORTHWEST OF THE NEAREST INTERSTATE BEING U.S. 40 IN BRISTOW, OKAHOMA.
2021 is coming to a fast close. YEPP goals are being met and exceeded in the field. Two new prospects will be available for investment no later than December 1, 2021. The next prospects will be natural gas plays with secondary proven oil zones. One prospect is being evaluated as a horizontal Mississippian well.
YEPP is excited to announce all 2021 programs are online for anticipated revenue as early as 1st quarter 2022.