Cana-Woodford

Cana-Woodford
Cana Woodford Overview: The Cana-Woodford (also known as the Anadarko-Woodford) is a liquids rich shale formation that is named after Canadian County, Oklahoma, although the formation underlies several counties in the western half of the state. Read More

Cana Woodford Counties: OK: Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Custer, Dewey Read More

Cana Woodford Pipelines (natural gas): CenterPoint Energy, Enogex, NGPL, OGT, OkTex Pipeline, Panhandle Eastern, Southern Star Read More

Cana Woodford Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Cana Woodford shale. View Table

ARTICLES

Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Clarifying State's Authority to Act on Quakes

In an effort to reinforce the response to seismic activity in the state, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed a bill clarifying that state regulators -- specifically, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) -- has the authority to declare an emergency in matters pertaining to the oil and natural gas industry, and to take appropriate action when an emergency occurs. Read More

Data Hints Slight Decline in OK’s Small Quakes in 2H2015; Ops at Five Injection Wells Curtailed

Actions taken by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to mitigate earthquakes, coupled with a possible decline in the state's oil and gas production for 2015, may have contributed to a slight decline in the number of small temblors to hit Oklahoma during the second half of the year, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey. Read More

CHARTS & GRAPHS

Cana Woodford Gallery

A gallery of all of the images related to the Cana Woodford shale.