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Mid-Continent region overview

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27 April 2018

Mid-Continent region overview

Report summary

The Mid-Continent is home to multiple tight plays in the US Lower 48: STACK, SCOOP, Granite Wash, Cleveland, Hoxbar, Marmaton, Fayetteville and Arkoma Woodford. Within the Mid-Continent, the STACK and SCOOP plays will contribute the majority of regional production growth in the next five years. Although the Mid-Continent in areas boasts some of the best economics in Lower 48, these areas are limited in running room compared to other regions. This Upstream Summary report provides an overview of the key upstream issues and trends across the Mid-Continent region. It offers a detailed description of reserves, production, economics, infrastructure and fiscal terms for the Mid-Continent region and individual basins.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • Region overview
      • Charts and tables analysing production, spend, economics and infrastructure within the Mid-Continent in addition to how the region compares to the rest of the Lower 48
    • Basin overviews
      • Individual basin reference guides including production, spend, economics and key trends for seven of the Mid-Continent basins covered by Wood Mackenzie
    • Policy, Regulation, Fiscal Terms and Taxes
      • Summary of the regulatory bodies, fiscal terms, royalties and taxes relevant to the Mid-Continent region

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