In 1960, a well at Bishop Creek Unit, No. 11-11, was drilled by Halbouty Oil Company.
From the September 26, 1960 volume of the Oil & Gas Journal:
"Second Halbouty Test is Dry.
"HALBOUTY ALASKA Oil Co. has abandoned its second Kenai Peninsula wildcat in Alaska but is testing the third for gas.
"Hard luck has dogged Halbouty's exploration efforts in the 49th state. The first wildcat on Kenai, just west of Swanson River Field, was a duster.
"Last week Halbouty said its Bishop Creek unit 11-11, 9 miles west of the Swanson River field, has been plugged at 9,034 ft. It had no shows of either oil or gas. The third well shows some promise, although it was a disappointment at lower depths. It drilled to 14,019 ft."
The well was located just beyond what is now Dragonfly Street on the right side of Halbouty Road.