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2013 Lower 48 Rocky Mountains year in review

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Report summary

The Bakken retained its status as the top tight oil play in the world for crude production, finishing 2013 up 32% year-on-year at nearly 975,000 b/d. Even peripheral areas of the Bakken are now leased up, so operators are targeting reserves growth through the drill-bit. Operators are aggressively downspacing and testing every bench. The Niobrara continued its role as the number two tight oil play in the Rockies, exiting 2013 at 139,000 b/d.

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    • Percentage of Bakken production transported by pipe and rail
    • Wood Mackenzie Play Company Tool - Niobrara operators sub-play type wells
    • Exploratory plays and active operators

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