Midcontinent Playbook & Map Package
The red-hot Mississippi Lime play in north-central Oklahoma and south-central Kansas is a next-generation resource play: a conventional reservoir made far more economic by applying unconventional technology. Activity is surging, with hundreds of drilling permits filed and strong well results increasing the buzz. Meanwhile, the Anadarko Basin's Woodford play is extending from the original Cana Woodford area into new regions particularly rich in liquids. This playbook includes a map highlighting fields, drilling activity, and significant wells.
Mississippi Lime and Woodford Map
The laminated 24" x 36" Wall Map outlines the Mississippi Lime Acreage, Woodford Acreage, Mississippi Lime Production, Woodford Production, Mississippi Lime Hydrocarbon Type, Woodford Hydrocarbon Type, and Hz Wells Completed Per Year.
Table of Contents
004 | Overview
Devonian Period Left Behind Midcontinent Playground
Ancient seas deposited enticing leftovers in the Mississippi Lime and Woodford shales.
016 | Key Players
Midcontinent Pushes Oil Shale Boom
The Woodford sources the hottest Oklahoma and Kansas shale plays.
058 | Technology
A New Age Boom in an Old Age Play
Drilling and completing the complex Mississippi Lime and Woodford plays require the latest technologies and involve numerous challenges.
070 | Midstream
Can't Touch This
Current projects will make the Midcontinent's good infrastructure even better.
076 | Economics
Liquids-rich Production Booming in the Midcontinent Region
Oily and liquids-rich lays in the midcontinent continue to attreact operators.
082 | References
Additional Information on the Midcontinent Plays
For more details on the Mississippi Lime and Woodford, consult these selected sources.