Spacing is crucial in the Stack play, Wade Hutchings, senior vice president of exploration and production at Devon Energy Corp., said during a keynote address at Hart Energy’s DUG Midcontinent conference.
Devon’s 24-well Showboat project in the Stack has delivered critical learnings this year, Hutchings told conference attendees at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City. The project located in Blaine County, Okla., had 12 wells per unit.
Following the initial 12-well Showboat spacing project, Devon has quickly recalibrated its completion designs and flowback strategy to improve results at nearby projects, Bernhardt and Horsefly, in the Stack.
Wade Hutchings, Devon Energy Corp.
Founder and president of Oklahoma operator Antioch Energy LLC, Nathaniel Harding, said the company’s Arkoma Stack acreage is a “contiguous, repeatable resource play.” The acreage features the Woodford, Mayes and Caney reservoirs.
Antioch, backed by TPH Partners, operates in 10 counties across the Stack/Scoop and the emerging Arkoma Stack in Oklahoma within the Anadarko Basin.
Nathaniel Harding, Antioch Energy LLC