The Mississippi Lime, which runs throughout north-central Oklahoma and southwestern Kansas, has experienced a recent resurgence in interest. A decade ago the play was considered depleted by vertical drilling, but advances in hydraulic fracturing combined with horizontal drilling have revitalized the play.
Rock formations are highly variable in this complex carbonate reservoir and porosity is comparatively high. In plays such as this, it is essential that operators understand rock properties to better plan drilling and completions programs, and optimize production.
- Pinpoint sweet spots
- Optimize drilling and completions decisions
- Maximize production
The BuffaloHornSCAN program is located in north-central Oklahoma. The program consists of approximately 178 square miles.