The Star-Lacey field is on the northern shelf of the Anadarko Basin in Western Texas and Oklahoma. The field produces from the Hunton Group in stratigraphic traps and Mississippian limestone (Withrow, 1972). The Hunton Group produces from the dolomite zones where secondary porosity should be explored around unconformities. Non-erosional dolomitic zones structurally trap hydrocarbons in stratigraphic highs such as noses (Withrow, 1972). The Star-Lacey is an example field for the type, size, and quality of stratigraphic traps in this area (Withrow, 1969). Similar stratigraphy, where high porosity formed in structural and topographic highs, should be explored for carbon dioxide allowance in the area.
Withrow, P.C. 1969. Hunton geology of the Star-Lacey field, Blaine and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma. Shale Shaker, v 19 no. 5 p78-88.
Withrow, P.C. 1972. "Star-Lacey Field, Blaine and Kingfisher Counties, Oklahoma", Stratigraphic Oil and Gas Fields—Classification, Exploration Methods, and Case Histories, Robert E. King.
Prepared by Emily Moskal, 2020.