Marcellus well backlog: How many are left and what does it mean?

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Report summary

The pace of Marcellus production growth remains one of the key uncertainties impacting the short-term North American gas supply outlook. Production from the play surpassed 11 bcfd this month and has grown almost 3 bcfd during the last year. Nonetheless, available pipeline capacity continues to constrain the pace of growth in the play. Those pipeline constraints, combined with a phenomenal increase in rig productivity and well performance, have led to a large build-up of drilled but...

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  • Chart 1. Pennsylvania DEP Unconventional well classification
  • Chart 2. Spud-date of non-producing wells (As of August 2013)
  • Chart 5. Impact of well backlog drawdown on Marcellus production
  • Chart 3. Company-specific well backlog
  • Chart 4. Marcellus drilling and well backlog

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