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PS - Midcontinent Briefs - February 07, 2019



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In Ellis County, Oklahoma, EOG Resources’ Miller 0334 #3H (8,8391-ft lateral) flowed a 24-hour IP of 1,353 boe/d (88% oil; 153 boe/d per 1,000 lateral ft) from the Marmaton on a 2-inch choke at 1,368 psi FTP. This is EOG’s highest IP24 in the Midcontinent to date and the third-highest unconventional rate flowed in Ellis County. In Blaine County, Continental Resources’ Randolph #1-34-27XHM (6,946-ft lateral; 14.6 MMlb proppant) tested at a 24-hour IP of 29.1 MMcfe/d (88% gas) from the Mississippian on a 30/64-inch choke at 6,339......
 
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