Oklahoma Weekly O&G Report – 12/12/17 🎁🎅🎄
We hope you’ve recovered from a nice Thanksgiving break. Now, it’s time to retire the left-overs and feast on Oseberg’s weekly OK Activity Report! To ease you back into the week, we are mixing in relevant facts from the report with some equally relevant facts you should know – a few of them might just save your life:
As Thanksgiving approaches, we wanted to take a moment to express gratitude for our customers and the continued strength of the oil and gas industry in Oklahoma.
What else are we thankful for?
Missed our Oklahoma Weekly Report over the last couple of weeks? Due to issues with the OCC site, we needed to gather and clean up the data. Here’s what you missed.
Oklahoma Transfer Activity Alert: the Arkoma continues to be one of the hottest areas for A&D in Oklahoma. 544 wells were transferred last week from Chesapeake to Blue Water Resources. Check out the screenshot of the activity mapped in Atla for more details.
What is the value of tracking, analyzing, and mapping Location Exceptions? Intuitively, one could make an assumption that any new horizontal well will need a location exception in order to maximize well spacing, right? We did a simple study using Atla to test our theory.
For this week’s report, we decided to test your knowledge on commonly used fracing chemicals.
Fracking quiz: https://www.opinionstage.com/elizabethfarabee/fracing-quiz
Did you visit the fortune teller at the great state fair of Oklahoma last month? We didn’t but we are getting out our crystal ball today: