The Diverse Midcontinent And Its Varied Potential

The western half of Oklahoma may get more publicity but there’s great potential on the state’s eastern side as well.

DUG Midcontinent Private Poperators Panel

Nathaniel Harding, founder and president of Antioch Energy LLC (left), and Will Ulrich, co-CEO of Presidio Petroleum LLC, participate in the private operators panel and DUG Midcontinent in Oklahoma City. (Source: Mary Holcomb, Hart Energy)

The western half of the Sooner State may get more publicity but there’s great potential on the state’s eastern side, Nathaniel Harding, founder and president of Antioch Energy LLC, told conference attendees.

“There is a tremendous recoverable resource here,” Harding said of his firm’s 24,000 net acres, “a large, quality position,” in Hughes County, Okla., that is “scalable, stacked and saturated.” Its wells target the liquids-rich Arkoma Stack, a play he rated “world class.”

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