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Oklahoma-based Gulfport Energy today announced results from another Ohio Utica shale well.
The second Boy Scout well in Harrison County is producing 1,662 barrels of oil equivalents per day.
That is composed of 2.9 million cubic feet of natural gas, plus 902 barrels of oil and 383 barrels of natural gas liquids.
The well is 7,867 feet deep with a 6,029-foot horizontal leg.
The company said three of its Ohio wells are in production.
The company says seven more of of its wells will be producing by the end of the first quarter with another seven going into production by June 1.
The production delay is due largely to MarkWest Energy Partners LP having problems getting rights of way and needed state-federal approval for needed pipelines, Gulfport says.
Gulfport said it has contracted a third drilling rig for Ohio and it should begin drilling in early March.
The company said its Wagner well in Harrison County has been assigned gross proven estimated reovery reserve of 65.8 thousand barrels of oil, 9.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas and 117.3 thousand barrels of natural gas liquids.
That is equal to 1.8 million barrels of oil equivalents.
The assessment was provided by third-party engineering firm Ryder Scott Co.
It is Gulfport's longest-producing Utica well in Ohio.