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In the US midcontinent region, the Scoop-Stack shale is a prolific shale play located in the central and southern part of the state of Oklahoma. This shale broadly comprises South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (Scoop) and Sooner Trend, Anadarko, Canadian, and Kingfisher (Stack). These are two basins with different geologic formations and hydrocarbon deposition. Scoop-Stack is not a traditional shale play; rather it contains different layers of stacked pay with different rock types. Its complex formation has an impact on changing hydrocarbon mix across the play. Inconsistent geology made the hydrocarbon extraction quite difficult and eventually Scoop-Stack emerged as a high-cost resource for US shale drillers. However, in recent years, development in fracking and directional drilling technology have helped producers to obtain better returns from this shale play.


The report analyzes the crude oil and natural gas appraisal and production activities in Scoop Stack shale play in the US. The scope of the report includes -

  • Comprehensive analysis of natural gas and crude oil historical production and short term outlook of Scoop Stack shale play during 2021-2025
  • Detailed information of impact on well development, permits and deals due to COVID-19 pandemic
  • In-depth information on net acreage, operational performance and financial standings of major operators in Scoop Stack shale play
  • Analysis of future plans and cost trends of top companies
  • Up-to-date information on associated infrastructure and major mergers and acquisitions in Scoop Stack shale play between 2018 and 2020

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