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STACK & SCOOP Overview

What is the STACK Play?

The STACK play is located in the Anadarko Basin area of Oklahoma. STACK is derived from “Sooner Trend (oil field), Anadarko (basin), Canadian and Kingfisher (counties).” The majority of the play is located across (Canadian and Kingfisher as the core counties) and Blaine, Major, Garfield counties.  Unlike Plays such as the Eagle Ford, Bakken, Granite Wash, the STACK is not a geological formation, but a geographic referenced area.

STACK & SCOOP data links below

  1. Permits : (Track new well permits by operator, permit date, well name, county, state, depth, basin, play, contact name, phone, and more)
  2. Rig Locations (Track rigs by operator, county, well name, contractor, depth, formation and more. - updated weekly)
  3. Completions Activity (wells completed by E&P companies, including DUCs. : updated daily)
  4. Drilling Programs (Track number of wells each operator plan to drill, complete and put online in 2017)
  5. Capital Budgets & Expenditures (Track Capital budgets planned by type such as D&C, midstream, Land and more)
  6. Companies (E&P, Service and Midstream companies in the STACK and SCOOP Region
  7. Map : STACK and SCOOP Map of Operators (available in the following formats : PDF, GIS/Shapefiles, and wall maps)
  8. News : Latest STACK and SCOOP News
  9. Acquisition and Divestiture : Track who is entering, leaving or adding more acreage in the STACK and SCOOP area.
  10. Drilling Results / Well Results (Get an early look at individual well results; updated weekly)
  11. Frac & Well Designs
  12. Proppant Use Individual operators or at the basin level.

 

Main STACK Play Counties

  1. Canadian  (core)
  2. Kingfisher (core)
  3. Blaine (core)
  4. Dewey (non-core)
  5. Major (non-core)

 

Targets in the STACK:

  • Oswego
  • Meramec
  • Osage
  • Woodford

 

STACK Play Stratigraphic Column

 

 

 

What is the SCOOP Play?

The SCOOP play otherwise called the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province play is principally located in the state's Anadarko Basin.

The region has seen a big upswing in interest since 2012, when Continental Resources began to search for oil-based opportunities adjacent to its Woodford gas assets.

Continental Resources describes the SCOOP/Woodford as a oil and liquids-rich province with one of the thickest, best quality resource shale reservoirs in the country.

 

SCOOP Reservior Characteristics