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Utica shale unconventional play

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The Utica is one of the oldest and most expansive black shale plays in the US. It is thought to be the source rock for conventional, Cambrian-aged conventional systems in the region. The formation transitions from dry gas (east Ohio) to rich gas, to oil (west and central Ohio) over a distance of just 160 kilometres (100 miles). High TOC values have been recorded in every production window. The Ordovician-age Utica shale features substantial variations in both thickness and depth. The play is found directly below the Lorraine formation and overlies the Trenton Limestone. In Ohio, the Point Pleasant is the primary target and producing interval.

Table of contents

  • Commercialisation overview
  • Gas market
    • NGLs
    • Crude
  • Environment and regulation
  • Land access and permitting
  • Fiscal terms
  • Supply chain
  • Water procurement and disposal
  • Technology

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Utica all wells completed (2017 to H1-2020)
  • Utica resources
  • Full cycle assumptions
  • Economic metrics
  • Type well annual production
  • Type well cumulative production
  • Type well cashflow

What's included

This report contains:

  • Document

    Data Summary Utica - Lean Gas.xlsx

    XLSX 173.33 KB

  • Document

    Utica shale unconventional play

    PDF 1.42 MB