Q4 2014 Shale Play files will be available near the end of December 2014. For details,
please contact us.
The North American Shale Quarterly is a 360-degree view of the top North American shale oil and gas plays in a quarterly updated report receivable online and/or in print with downloadable data. Subscribers have access to valuation maps with company acreage overlays, a production forecast to 2030, company acreage, reserves and highlights, play economics including break-even prices on a company basis, infrastructure coverage.
The list of plays covered: Alberta-Bakken, Bakken/Three Forks, Barnett, Cardium, Duvernay, Eagle Ford, Fayetteville, Haynesville-Bossier, Horn River, Marcellus, Montney, Mississippi Lime, Niobrara, Panhandle, Permian, Tuscaloosa, Utica, and Woodford.
10/03 – 2014 Q3 Woodford update available. Most 3Q14 updates pertain to proposed liquids infrastructure projects.
10/03 – 2014 Q3 Panhandle update available. Several upstream transactions have taken place, as well as infrastructure developments in natural gas, crude oil and NGL.
10/02 – 2014 Q3 Montney Shale play update available. Operators continue to focus on delineating Montney acreage and identifying liquids rich acreage. Midstream, final investment decisions are pending on multiple projects.
10/02 – 2014 Q3 Barnett Shale play update available. Drilling activity is in decline, with operators moving toward oilier plays, and infrastructure continues to see little development.
9/30 – 2014 Q3 Eagle Ford play update available. The third quarter saw significant increases in upstream and midstream activity.
9/29 – 2014 Q3 Utica Shale play update available. Ample well results and increased acreage transactions have resulted in tremendous attention for the most active play we follow.
9/29 – 2014 Q3 Permian Tight Oil play update available. In terms of crude oil infrastructure, the play continues to exhibit strong growth, whereas there is relatively little news in natural gas and NGL infrastructure.
9/29 – 2014 Q3 Fayetteville play update available.Few changes in the play, in which production remains subdued.
9/25 – Unconventional drilling and completion techniques have reinvigorated the Cardium.
9/25 – Aggressive development in the Rockies' Powder River Basin pays off with thriving production.
9/25 – The Appalachian Basin's stacked plays see heightened activity as operators increase acreage positions.
9/25 – 2014 Q3 Cardium play update available. Midstream infrastructure growth continues apace, and the majority of activity in the play remains concentrated in the liquids rich acreage.
9/22 – 2014 Q3 Bakken play update available. Bakken continues to demonstrate consistent production growth and in this quarter set a new production record.
9/18 – 2014 Q3 Alberta Bakken update available. Many operators are unconvinced of the play's profitability, but activity, although low, is increasing incrementally. Price volatility remains a major concern.
9/18 - 2014 Q3 Mississippi Lime update available. There is little news that directly affects the play; however, there is ample infrastructure in the play and disclosures for projects that will indirectly serve the play. 9/18 - 2014 Q3 Marcellus update available. The Marcellus play remains one of the most active plays we follow, and we expect it to remain strong for the foreseeable future.
9/17 - 2014 Q3 Rockies play update available. Our production forecast is a mixed bag; a few operators are increasing production and others remain subdued.
9/10 - 2014 Q3 Tuscaloosa update available. Crude oil production and associated gas production rates are expected to remain strong.
9/10 - 2014 Q3 Duvernay update available. Development continues to be slow into 3Q14, with only one commercial pipeline start-up.
9/3 – 2014 Q3 Haynesville update available. Natural gas infrastructure in the Haynesville remains ample. This quarter saw many developments for LNG export terminals.
8/28 – 2014 Q3 Horn River update available. Drilling remains suppressed as Apache withdraws from Kitimat LNG project, others pursue partnerships and permits.
7/28 - Enbridge’s proposed crude-by-rail terminal could relieve looming bottleneck in Illinois.
7/16 - Hart Energy tours Eagle Ford condensate stabilizer nearing startup by Howard Energy Partners.
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