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Oklahoma Weekly Reports

Echo Energy Most Active Lessee in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Oil & Gas Activity

  • Echo Energy has become the most active lessee in the state of Oklahoma, primarily focusing on Carter county.
  • Newfield continues its activity in the STACK. They are the most active operator filing spacings in Oklahoma; watch out for future activity in Kingfisher County.
  • Alta Mesa (Oklahoma Energy Acquisitions) becomes the number one operator filing drilling permits in Oklahoma. Look for future wells in the STACK.

Press, Product

Oseberg Announces Houston Forum

Oseberg, a leading SaaS and data intelligence company in the oil and gas industry, has announced a Houston-based forum which will take place on the afternoon of Thursday, October 18th at the Hotel Zaza in downtown Houston.

Oklahoma Weekly Reports

Continental Continues to Outpace Its Peers

Oklahoma Oil & Gas Activity

  • Stephens and McClain counties remain the most actively leased areas in Oklahoma.
  • Camino Natural Resources has filed the largest number of pooling applications this month in Oklahoma.
  • Blue Water Resources acquired more than 60 wells from Onapa Gas Company in the Arkoma Basin.

Oklahoma Weekly Reports

Stone Oak Operating Acquires Wells from Tapstone Energy in Northwest Oklahoma

 

Oklahoma Oil & Gas Activity

  • Stone Oak Operating acquired more than 100 wells from Tapstone Energy in Northwest Oklahoma (particularly Beaver, Ellis, and Harper county).
  • Continental Resources is the most active operator in terms of spacing activity in Oklahoma. Spacing apps have been filed in Garvin and Grady counties.
  • Alta Mesa has filed the most permits to drill in the last 30 days.
  • Newfield Exploration has filed the largest number of pooling applications in Oklahoma over the last 30 days.

Industry Insights

Mineral Rights in Texas: Poolings, P-12s and the PSA-12

Understanding mineral rights in Texas is no small feat, even for the most experienced of land professionals. As we all know, Texas does things the way Texas wants, so it is no surprise that Texas Pooling rules and norms do not resemble those in other states, like Oklahoma.

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