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Buda Rose tight oil unconventional concept play



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Report summary

The Lower Cretaceous-aged formations in East Texas between the Buda and Glen Rose present an oil-bearing, 427 metre-thick (1,400 feet) series of unconventional targets ranging between 2,590-3,780 metres (8,500-12,400 feet) deep.  Firms who already hold acreage in the shallower Woodbine could find the Buda-Rose play to provide additional upside to existing Woodbine (synonymous with Eaglebine) positions, which lies below the well-established Eagle Ford formation...

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Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • The Opportunity
    • What to watch
    • Buda-Rose - most activity has focussed near Navidad's W.A. Adams Gas Unit 1 play-opening well drilled in 2009; major trunk lines and roads cross the acreage of the play's primary operators
    • ArkLaTex Basin
    • Buda
    • Kiamichi
    • Goodland
    • Glen Rose
  • Key companies
  • Infrastructure
    • Supply chain
    • Environment/regulation
    • Land access/permitting
    • Fiscal terms
  • Economic analysis

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