Ohio: Anadarko spuds first Utica shale well

By OGJ editors

Anadarko Petroleum Corp. said it has spudded its first well in the Ordovician Utica shale play in eastern Ohio, where it looks forward to an active drilling program.

The company has acquired interests in 300,000 gross acres in the play's prospective liquids-rich window at attractive entry costs.

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