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Merging with Midstates Petroleum this year, Amplify Energy has gained prolific Mississippian Lime leasehold in its portfolio. Hear about its plans for the Midcontinent and its overall new capital structure, which includes quarterly returns.
Ken Mariani, President & CEO, Amplify Energy Corp.
Having successfully produced the Woodford in Calyx I and II, the Old Ironsides-backed team is targeting the Arkoma Basin with wells in Woodford, Caney and Mayes. Production now exceeds 100 MMcf/d. Learn how it’s developing the multi-zone play.
This producer has some 132,000 net STACK acres with Meramec, Osage and Woodford. A recent 11-well, cube-development, full-section spacing test averaged 30-day IPs of 1,357 boe/d per well, 48% oil and 73% liquids. Learn about Chaparral Energy's results, applied learnings and future plans.
Oklahoma City-based Gulfport Energy holds some 92,000 net reservoir acres in the SCOOP with year-end 2018 proved reserves totaling 1.4 net Tcfe. Second-quarter output was some 300 MMcfe/d. Here’s how it’s advancing its share of the Woodford play.
Joshua Lawson, Vice President of Operations, Midcontinent, Gulfport Energy Corp.
While infill drilling creates opportunity for greater resource capture, not all sections are alike. These experts discuss well communication, the latest in understanding where to frack and current best practices in completion recipes.
Hayley Stephenson, Lead Reservoir Analytics Engineer, Energy Innovation Center, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
The state has spawned legendary oil fields during the past 122 years, beginning in Bartlesville, and legendary home-grown companies. This born-in-Oklahoma operator discusses the still-growing potential for tapping the state’s enormous hydrocarbon resources.
With approximately 177,000 net acres in the MERGE, SCOOP and STACK, Roan Resources has a 2019 target of 20% to 25% production growth. It also expects to be free-cash-flow positive. Hear its results and plans.
Greg T. Condray, Executive Vice President, Roan Resources Inc.
Operator Spotlight: The Merge Play & Western Anadarko
With a portfolio that has deep insight into both the eastern Anadarko's Merge play and a legacy of drilling multiple western Anadarko benches, currently focused on Cleveland and Marmaton development, here are Jones Energy’s recent results and plans for its multi-pay acreage.
Kirk Goehring, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Jones Energy
Produced water isn’t an issue in the Mississippian Lime formations south of where the Chester Shale is eroded, spawning Oklahoma’s unique play nomenclature: SCOOP, STACK, MERGE, SCORE and others. Hear this producer’s plans for its southern Anadarko Basin acreage.
Making a play of owning the subsurface, these minerals buyers discuss how they stay ahead of where Midcontinent and other plays' producers will drill. And a leading advisor, with more than $1.7 billion of transactions to date, provides insight into the broad market.
Robert Hefner V, President & CEO, Hefner Energy LLC