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2 | September 2017 | 4 Table of Contents On the cover: Drilling is ongoing at Chaparral's Dover Unit in Kingfisher County, Okla. (Photo courtesy of Chaparral Energy) 12 24 36 42 Scoop/Stack: The 2017 Playbook A supplement to E&P, Oil and Gas Investor and Midstream Business HART ENERGY 1616 S. Voss, Suite 1000 | Houston, Texas 77057 Tel: +1 (713) 260-6400 | Fax: +1 (713) 840-8585 Group Managing Editor JO ANN DAVY E&P Executive Editor RHONDA DUEY E&P Editor-in-Chief STEVE TOON Oil and Gas Investor Editor-in-Chief PAUL D. HART Midstream Business Associate Managing Editor ARIANA BENAVIDEZ E&P and Special Projects Contributing Editors JAMES KEAY SUSAN KLANN TED MIRENDA JUDY MURRAY BLAKE WRIGHT Corporate Art Director ALEXA SANDERS Senior Graphic Designers MAX GUILLORY FELICIA HAMMONS Production Manager GIGI RODRIGUEZ Marketing Director GREG SALERNO For additional copies of this publication, contact Customer Service +1 (713) 260-6442. Vice President — Publishing RUSSELL LAAS Vice President — Publishing SHELLEY LAMB Publisher, Midstream Business DARRIN WEST Editorial Director PEGGY WILLIAMS Chief Financial Officer CHRIS ARNDT Chief Executive Officer RICHARD A. EICHLER 2017 Unconventional Playbook Series The Scoop/Stack Playbook is the 29 th in Hart Energy's exclusive series of comprehensive reports delving into North America's most compelling unconventional resource plays. Our lineup of topics addresses the plays everyone is talking about and delivers answers to essential questions on reservoirs, active operators, economics, key technologies and infrastructure issues. Some playbooks also feature a full-color map highlighting fields, drilling activity and significant wells. To learn more, visit OVERVIEW Probing the Limits of the Scoop/Stack As operators work to expand the limits of this Midcontinent hotspot, some interesting options are springing up. KEY PLAYERS Getting the Scoop on the Scoop/Stack Operators continue to prove themselves as major shale players in the Oklahoma region. TECHNOLOGY Sooner Boomer Technology is pushing Oklahoma's Scoop/Stack play further into the black. PRODUCTION FORECAST Scoop and Stack Show Continuing Return on Investment As operators carry out drilling with more wells and tighter spacing, this complex play continues to deliver on its promise of profitability despite low oil prices. PRODUCTION FORECAST Production Forecasting in the Scoop/Stack Play Advances in forecasting algorithms facilitate an EUR analysis of the last 10 years of well completions. REFERENCES Additional Information on the Scoop/Stack For more details on the Scoop and Stack plays, consult these selected sources. Hart Energy © 2017 52

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