Newfield Exploration Company (NYSE:NFX) has 142,000 net acres in the Cana Woodford Shale and has operated between four and five rigs here in 2012. The company is currently producing 9,800 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day from the Cana Woodford play, with 60% of the production stream composed of liquids.

Newfield Exploration disclosed updated production information on various Cana Woodford Shale wells.

Wright 1H-9 – initial gross production rate of 1,900 BOE per day and 100 day average rate of 1,050 BOE per day. This was the highest initial production rate of any Newfield well in the South Cana area.

Branch 1H-16 – initial gross production rate of 1,850 BOE per day and 100 day average rate of 1,030 BOE per day.

Whitt 1H-25 - initial gross production rate of 1,050 BOE per day and 100 day average rate of 500 BOE per day.

Faith 1H-12 - initial gross production rate of 1,000 BOE per day and 100 day average rate of 880 BOE per day.

Greenwood 1H-4 – initial gross production rate of 1,000 BOE per day and 000 day average rate of 500 BOE per day.

Williams 1H-19 – initial gross production rate of 650 BOE per day and 100 day average rate of 400 BOE per day.

Mashburn 1H-4 – initial gross production rate of 1,390 BOE per day and 30 day average rate of 1,120 BOE per day.

Vinson 1H-14 – initial gross production rate of 1,090 BOE per day and 30 day average rate of 1,000 BOE per day.

Baxendale 1H-12 – initial gross production rate of 1,020 BOE per day and 30 day average rate of 900 BOE per day.

Klade 1H-19 – initial gross production rate of 925 BOE per day and 30 day average rate of 660 BOE per day. This Woodford Shale well is in the North Cana area and has an oil content of 93%.