Oklahoma mississippian oil play

The Woodford Shale is anecdotally assumed to be the major source of oil for plays in the Anadarko Basin, including the stacked oil and condensate play in the southcentral Oklahoma oil province (SCOOP). However, there is little published geochemical work to confirm this assumption. Chesapeake, in materials presented to Wall Street analysts last week, said it expected a 50 percent rate of return on wells drilled during the first quarter in its "premier" Mississippian Lime play in northern Oklahoma. It projected a 44 percent rate of return on wells during the quarter in its Granite Wash play in western Oklahoma.

Atinum Partners Co. Ltd., Seoul, will acquire a 13.2% nonoperated working interest in 860,000 acres held by SandRidge Energy Inc., Oklahoma City, in the Mississippian horizontal oil play in The deal included about 210,000 largely contiguous acres primarily in Payne, Lincoln, Logan and Garfield counties adjacent to White Star's existing acreage in north central Oklahoma, doubling its holdings in the play. While the Mississippian Lime boasted proved reserves of about 11 million equivalent barrels of oil at the end of 2015 STACK, SCOOP Plays Teeming With Life In Mid-Continent By Al Pickett, Special Correspondent Stacked-pay geology, top-flight industry technology, and well economics among the best in the nation are combining to create golden opportunities for independent oil and gas companies in the oil-prone South Central Oklahoma Oil Province and Sooner Trend The Trust owns royalty interests in oil and natural gas properties in the Mississippian formation in Alfalfa, Garfield, Grant and Woods counties in Oklahoma and is entitled to receive proceeds SandRidge Energy Inc. has struck a $500 million joint venture with a South Korean investment firm, the company announced Thursday. SandRidge will receive $250 million in cash once the deal closes, with the remainder of Atinum Partners Co. Limited's investment earmarked for a share of drilling costs in the company's Mississippian oil play. The Mississippian Osage of northern Oklahoma has long been an important producing horizon. This zone has been one of the primary reservoirs almost from the beginning of the Petroleum Industry in Oklahoma. However, in its development, geologists were often confronted by many problems when attempting to correlate and develop this reservoir.

We've written about the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province, or SCOOP, before and how it's exciting because it tends to be a little more liquids-rich. Operators, such as Magnolia, continue to expand their drilling plan for the play.

We've written about the South Central Oklahoma Oil or STACK play has started to get a lot targeted Springer Shale span from the late Ordovician into the Mississippian in geologic age. Within the last 12-18 months Dynamic and its partners amassed an 18,000 net acre leasehold position in the Mississippian Oil play of Northern Oklahoma. The Mississippian Oil play is an emerging horizontal play that has the potential to become one of the most profitable new domestic onshore plays today. The Mississippian Lime formation is a shallow oil play with relatively low production costs, but the overall return is much lower than other tight oil plays like its northern neighbor the Bakken From 2004 to mid 2011, more than 1700 Woodford Shale wells were completed for gas, condensate, and oil in four geologic provinces of Oklahoma. The Woodford Shale play in the western Arkoma Basin in eastern Oklahoma has thermogenic methane production at thermal maturities from < 1% to > 3% Ro and condensate production up to 1.67% Ro. The Mississippian limestone is a prolific hydrocarbon play in the northern region of Oklahoma and the southern part of Kansas. The Mississippian reservoirs feature variations in produced fluid chemistry usually explained by different possible source rocks. Such chemical variations are regularly obtained from bulk, molecular, and isotopic characteristics. In this study, we present a new

Introduction. Oil and gas in Province 045 are produced from carbonate and clastic rock reservoirs ranging in age from the Ordovician to the Permian.The 1995 USGS Assessment of undiscovered, technically recoverable oil and gas identified six conventional plays in Province 045, which are listed below in Table 1: One continuous unconventional play, the "Mississippian Barnett Shale" (4503), was

Devonian-Mississippian Petroleum Systems of Southern Laurasia: What Makes the STACK-Merge-SCOOP Play in Oklahoma so Special* Andrew Cullen. 1 . Search and Discovery Article #10998 (2017)** Posted October 9, 2017 *Adapted from oral presentation given at 2017 AAPG DPA Mid-Continent Playmakers Forum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, May 11, 2017 The Mississippian oil and gas bearing system is a proven, commercial trend producing from thousands of vertical wells for more than 50 years. The play area includes multiple counties on the Northwest Shelf of the Anadarko Basin in north-central Oklahoma and south-central Kansas. Did you know TOPS Well Services received it's first Electric frac fleet in August of 2016. Since then we have come a long way in developmenting a better faster and more efficient electric frac fleet! Early drilling results on the Mississippian Lime oil and gas play, in northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas, are promising, but Devon Energy says the area remains "an exploration play" and not a Oil families and inferred source rocks of the Woodford-Mississippian tight oil play in northcentral Oklahoma Ting Wang. Ting Wang 1. College of Resources and Environment, Twenty-four oils produced from the Woodford Shale and overlying Mississippian strata in central Oklahoma were characterized geochemically to determine their possible The Mississippian Lime, located in South-central Kansas and North-central Oklahoma (see map above), is a shallow carbonate play (mostly Limestone) with depths ranging from 3,000' to 6,000'. The Lime is not a new play, but an old producing field with more than 30 years of production and 14k vertical wells drilled.

RAM Energy announced an update to activity in its Mississippian oil play in Osage County, Oklahoma which encompasses the company's 56,320 acre concession, a part of the broad Mississippi Chat

The plays stretch from northwest of Oklahoma City to near the Texas border. Unit Petroleum Corp., the E&P unit of Unit Corp., stepped up in May with an acronym of its own for an Oklahoma oil play—SoHot, representing "southern Oklahoma Hoxbar oil trend."The company plans 13 wells this year in the play, in Grady County southwest of Oklahoma City. The Mississippian limestone or Mississippi Lime play started around 2009 with the first horizontal wells in Oklahoma with SandRidge Energy leading the way. Three years later, companies like Devon, High Mount, and Calyx are opening up a horizontal Woodford play in the same area.

16 Jan 2018 produced water transfer from the Mississippi Lime Play for oil extraction in the SCOOP Play, and 2) produced water evaporation. With OWRB's 

Cana-Woodford Shale - The Cana Woodford Shale is located in Western Oklahoma. This area has become a rather nice oil play with many companies below striking oil in their acreage. While the Cana Woodford Shale is mostly liquids rich in oil, natural gas is found there as well. Mississippian Oklahoma Oil Play. The Tarpon Team is working up a Prospect is situated on rim of Anadarko Basin. Geological contouring shows the potential for Attock Oil sweet spots. Potential Reserves per well are calculated to be approximately 500,000-2,000,000 bls Oil & 1 Billion cf gas for a potential total. 3. Granite Wash/Mississippian

The Mississippian Lime, located in South-central Kansas and North-central Oklahoma (see map above), is a shallow carbonate play (mostly Limestone) with depths ranging from 3,000' to 6,000'. Sandridge is the largest player in the Mississippian play, with more than 2 million acres spread over Oklahoma and Kansas. Chesapeake and Devon Energy are also drilling in the area and expanding While the Mississippi Lime (or more accurately the Mississippian Lime, since it refers to a subperiod of geologic time) play has been commercial for decades through vertical well development, today we will analyze recent horizontal well production and drilling trends. One of the newer resource plays to emerge in the United States, the Mississippian Lime (ML) is a carbonate formation that primarily produces oil, and that underlies a large portion of Northern PSSource Rock of Woodford/Mississippian Tight Oil Play on the Cherokee Platform (Oklahoma)* . Ting Wang. 1,2, Li Liu. 3, Mu Liu. 3, and R. Paul Philp. 3. Search and Discovery Article #51485 (2018)** Posted June 18, 2018 *Adapted from poster presentation given at AAPG 2017 Annual Convention and Exhibition, Houston, Texas, April 2-5, 2017 The Mississippian oil play spans more than 17 million acres, from northern Oklahoma through western Kansas and into southern Nebraska. "This is a shallow carbonate play, with depths ranging from 3,000 to 6,000 feet," says O'Donnell, the author of the IHS Herold Mississippian Oil Play Regional Play Assessment. The Mississippian Limestone of northern Oklahoma and southern Kansas is comprised of four basic depositional environments. These are the Mississippi "Chat", Chester, Meramec and Osage. The Mississippi "Chat" is the uppermost member at the unconformity between the Pennsylvanian and Mississippian aged rocks and is considered to be a very