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OKLAHOMA: KEY PLAYERS UGcenter.com | November 2018 | 17 EOG will average two rigs and one completion spread as well as complete about 25 net wells in 2018 in the Eastern Anadarko Basin Wood- ford oil window, according to the company's second-quarter 2018 results presentation. EOG also reported 50,000 net prospective acres and 260 net wells in this region in the second quarter, and the company's estimate resource potential is 210 MMboe (70% oil, 10% gas and 20% NGL), according to the presentation. FourPoint Energy LLC Private E&P company FourPoint Energy LLC was founded by the leadership team of Cordillera Energy Partners following its sale to Apache Corp. in 2012. The company's primary position in the Western Anadarko Basin includes an interest in more than 6,200 oil and gas wells in a 13-county area that spans more than 2 million gross acres throughout the Texas Panhandle and Western Oklahoma. FourPoint has six operating rigs in the basin, according to the company's website. Jacob Shumway, vice president of engineering at FourPoint, said in a recent Hart Energy video inter- view, "We think there is a lot of running room left in the Pennsylvanian rocks in the Western Anadarko." In 2016 FourPoint acquired all of Chesapeake Energy's remaining Western Anadarko Basin oil and gas assets for $385 million; this included inter- est in nearly 3,500 producing wells and 473,000 net acres, according to a FourPoint press release. Additionally, MidPoint Midstream, a wholly owned subsidiary of FourPoint Energy, operates a midstream system that includes more than 320 miles of operated pipeline with gathering capacity of more than 405 MMcf/d in the basin. il & gas production in the U.S. starts with the land you can drill and the rules you need to follow. So that's where we start. We have unlocked the most complete lease and regulatory data from hard to find public records. Our journey doesn't stop there. We know you need the rest of the story: what your competitors are up to, how wells are being completed, what chemicals are being injected during frac jobs, how much the wells are producing, who's selling assets to whom, what leases are in jeopardy. We've got it all because you need it all. Visit oseberg.io to learn more. H E L L O @ O S E B E R G . I O - 4 0 5 . 4 1 5 . 7 7 5 4 - O S E B E R G . I O SURFACE TO SUBSURFACE

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