The Utica formation is part of the Utica play which is a mixed shale and limestone play in the Appalachian Basin. Ispoachs are thickness contours measured in feet (ft) and defined as the difference between the top of the producing formation and the next distinct formation top of a deeper formation. Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration based on data from various published studies as of May 2016.
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