Oklahoma-focused Chaparral Energy Inc. said Friday it is taking $170 million from an undisclosed buyer for the North Burbank and Texas Panhandle enhanced oil recovery (EOR) assets within the STACK, aka the Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties.
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A new natural gas gathering system in southeastern Oklahoma is underway to serve producers working in a growing area of the myriad stacked reservoirs.
Houston’s Silver Run Acquisition Corp. II, helmed by former Anadarko Petroleum Corp. chief Jim Hackett, agreed late Wednesday to combine with Oklahoma-focused producer Alta Mesa Holdings LP and Kingfisher Midstream LLC.
Driven by drilling and completion efficiency gains in the Permian’s Delaware sub-basin and in the Midcontinent during the first half of the year, Devon Energy Corp. is trimming its 2017 capital expenditure (capex) budget by $100 million, reflecting an emphasis on returns over growth.
Devon Energy Corp. has completed a record-setting well in the over-pressured oil window of Oklahoma’s STACK (aka the Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties), management said Tuesday.
Oklahoma led the states in drilling rig additions during the week ended Friday, adding five units to end at 131 active, according to Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI). That’s up sharply from the year-ago tally of 58 active rigs.
Tall Oak Midstream II LLC is building out its Midcon System to better serve growing production from Oklahoma’s Northwest Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties, also known as the STACK.
After emerging from Chapter 11 proceedings $1.2 billion in debt lighter, Midcontinent-focused Chaparral Energy Inc. is budgeting $135-$155 million in 2017 to develop its position in Oklahoma’s Sooner Trend of the Anadarko Basin, mostly in Canadian and Kingfisher counties (aka, the STACK).
Newfield Exploration Co. has broken ground on a water recycling facility in its STACK play in the Anadarko Basin in Kingfisher County, OK. The Barton Water Recycle Facility is expected to process 30,000 barrels of water per day upon completion early in the third quarter.