Midcontinent and Gulf Coast

Central region

The Midcontinent/Gulf Coast Region includes the Granite Wash, Tonkawa, Canyon Lime, Marmaton and Cleveland formations of the West Anadarko Basin, the Woodford-SCOOP and stack plays located in central Oklahoma, and the Eagle Ford shale in southeast Texas. The region includes 2.6 million gross acres and over 3,200 producing wells primarily in western Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle and South Texas. In 2016, the region accounted for 11 percent of the company’s production and approximately 9 percent of the company’s year-end estimated proved reserves.

In 2016, Apache drilled or participated in drilling 35 wells with a 94-percent success rate. Activity was focused primarily in the Woodford-SCOOP and Canyon Lime formations. In 2017, Apache plans to run a targeted program, drilling four wells in the Woodford-SCOOP play. In addition, the region will continue its focus on high grading acreage and building its inventory of future drilling locations.

U.S. MIDCONTINENT/GULF COAST OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

  First-QUARTER
2017
First-QUARTER
2016
Oil production (Bpd) 11,142 18,415
Total liquids production (Bpd) 24,327 36,225
Natural gas production (Mcfd) 123,501 154,972
Barrels of oil equivalent per day 48,093 62,053

 

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