Gulfport Energy Corp. is still curtailing Appalachian natural gas production in anticipation of better prices later this year and into 2021. Given an uncertain economic outlook, weak energy demand and a slight rebound in associated gas volumes, Gulfport remains “cautious near-term on natural gas pricing,” said CEO David Wood during a call to discuss second…
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Oklahoma City, OK-based Continental Resources Inc. turned in a third quarter earnings report that beat expectations across the board, but results in Oklahoma demonstrated the company’s dominance as one of the only producers to continuously outperform in a play that has sent multiple operators running.
Encana Corp. has paused a well completion operation in the heart of Oklahoma’s stacked oil and gas formations following two earthquakes that measured 3.2- and 3.9-magnitude.
Gulfport Energy Corp. reported increased production during the second quarter as it turned more wells to sales following a slower stretch of completions activity at the end of 2018.
Gulfport Energy Corp. said Friday it is making progress to simplify its portfolio as it zeros in on core assets in Ohio’s Utica Shale and the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP).
Gulfport Energy Corp.’s production dipped in the first quarter following a slower operational period in late 2018 that the company anticipated ahead of a ramp in activity that started earlier this year.
Strong core production from the Utica Shale and the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP) again helped Gulfport Energy Corp. increase volumes in the third quarter, even though it turned fewer wells to sales than analysts had expected.
International producer BNK Petroleum Inc., whose U.S. operations are centered in the Ardmore Basin, has spud a well in the Tishomingo field of the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP) and said it plans to participate in another well this month.
Strong performance during the first six months of the year has prompted Gulfport Energy Corp. to again increase its 2018 production guidance.
Continental Resources Inc. raised its production guidance and increased capital expenditures (capex) for the year, as it plans to deploy more rigs in the Bakken Shale and a multi-year development program targeting Oklahoma’s myriad stacked reservoirs.