With a key and growing position in the Stack play, capital raises and strong equity valuation, this operator is poised to monetize the Meramec and other payzones in the home of the legendary Sooner Trend. Here are its current plans and how it is further driving down costs and driving up EUR.
What is currently driving Lower 48 oil and gas prices and the outlook? And how does the Anadarko Basin's economics currently rank among other onshore oil, condensate and NGL plays? These experts describe the dynamics and potential.
Stack & Other Anadarko Basin Plays–The Economics Subash Chandra, Managing Director and Senior Equity Analyst, Guggenheim Securities LLC
Operator Spotlight: Taking The Meramec Northeast
This operator is defining the outermost limits of the economic Meramec to the northeast. Here are the results and the potential for horizontally developing other payzones in its area.
Russ Porter, President & CEO, Gastar Exploration Inc.
Technical Spotlight: Ramping Up The Frack
Producers across the Lower 48 continue to increase proppant loading, stages, clusters and fluid in completions. Here's a look at the results and the outlook for further advancements in best practices.
Halliburton Co., Speaker TBA
Operator Spotlight: Western Anadarko, Scoop & Stack
This operator has decades of experience in the Midcontinent, including in the western basin, and is expanding to multi-pay zones in the Scoop and Stack plays. Here are its achievements in the western fairway and its plays for Central Oklahoma.
Private-Operator Panel: The Patient Money
Billions of private-equity dollars have been committed to E&P start-ups and restarts to deploy in basins across the U.S. These E&P companies – one operator and one non-operator – have zeroed in on the Anadarko Basin.
Devon Energy Corp.'s five-well-per-section spacing pilot in the over-pressured Upper Meramec window came online with 1,400 BOE/d per well, 60% light oil, and indications were that even tighter spacing may be possible. Here's a look at its leasehold, results and exploitation forecast for surfacing the Stack's resources.
Tony Vaughn, Chief Operating Officer, Devon Energy Corp.
Midstream Spotlight: Oil, Gas & NGL Markets
New plays across the U.S. have resulted in a massive build-out of new takeaway capacity and–in the case of the Northeast–pushed hydrocarbons away to find new markets. To what markets are the Midcontinent's molecules directed today and what is the timeline for demand build-out?
Completions in unconventional reservoirs are the leading edge of the industry, as operators continually hone and tweak their designs and wells respond with higher rates and bigger recoveries. This roundtable of top completion experts delves into the details of what is working where and how.
Thru Tubing Solutions Inc., Speaker TBA
Operator Spotlight: Along The Stratigraphic Column
Most Stack wells are being landed in the Upper Meramec with great results. Here's a look at Lower Meramec potential as well as the oil-price hurdles other horizons' bounty-versus-cost needs to exceed.
Operator Panel: The Two Scoops & Stack-Tacular
These leaders in the multi-zone Stack and Scoop plays share their experiences from their positions, which are growing in both reserves and well IPs. Learn which areas work best and other characteristics of the liquids-rich windows of the Meramec, Woodford and Springer.
How does Iran fit in at the OPEC table? What is happening in Venezuela and how is the turmoil affecting oil markets? What will become of OPEC itself based on members' declining revenue, debt load and social programs' cost? Here's an expert perspective of what is confounding energy markets.
Opening Keynote: Derisking Over-Pressured Stack And Developing Scoop
Continental Resources brought in the Scoop-Woodford and Scoop-Springer discoveries earlier this decade. Soon, its legacy leasehold north of the play became promising for Meramec pay. One of its wells in the over-pressured window is flowing at more than 4,200 psi after six months online. Here are this producer's findings and plans.
The popular Granite Wash play is being consolidated, while other payzones, including the Cleveland, also continue to produce economic results. This leading operator describes current results from the western basin’s saturated rock.
The Meramec is proving itself mightily, moving east into the basin center's overpressured zone, while the Osage is walking south and west to meet it in the middle. These experts describe the stacked-pay potential across multiple counties.