Tight oil opportunity update: the Permian is only part of it

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02 May 2017

Tight oil opportunity update: the Permian is only part of it

Report summary

After spending a week in New York City and San Francisco, our research team gained a better appreciation for just how many investors are increasingly focused on tight oil activity outside of the Permian. Since Winter NAPE 2017 we have emphasised the Lower 48 recovery is multi-basin; tight oil growth opportunities are present in numerous plays outside the Permian. Rig activity, as well as the anticipated budget increases, support our thesis. In this short note, we highlight the questions our clients are asking and provide a concise view on the material events that have driven our modelling changes the past few months.

Table of contents

  • Bakken (Full Key Play Report) – "Are well performance gains real and what does that mean for activity over the next 12 months?"
  • SCOOP/STACK Anadarko Basin – (Full Key Play Report) "Are we seeing well performance issues away from Tier 1 acreage, and do we think the PE-funded projects will find willing buyers?"
  • Powder River Basin (Full Key Play Report) – "What does Wood Mackenzie think of this new play? Chesapeake and Devon are sending strong signals."
  • Eagle Ford (Full Key Play Report) – "Rigs are coming back, but is there an inventory issue just around the corner? Help me understand how the play is maturing."

Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Powder River Basin – Trailing six-month permits
  • Trailing six-month PRB permits by operator and formation
  • Eagle Ford Sub-play inventory ranking

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