Gulfport Energy Corp. said its latest well in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP) came online at an initial production rate of 19.7 MMcfe/d. The EJ Craddock 8-28X21H Woodford Shale well is in the wet gas window of Grady County. Initial production included 55% natural gas, 26% oil and 19% natural gas liquids. The EJ Craddock is the fourth set of operated results the company has released since it entered the SCOOP earlier this year after acquiring Vitruvian II Woodford LLC. The company has also drilled Springer Shale and Sycamore formation wells. It has other Woodford wells in various stages of development.
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