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14 August 2014

Anadarko and EOG chase liquids in the Haynesville

Report summary

The Haynesville is the second-most productive shale gas play in the US behind the Marcellus. Unlike its prolific cousin, the play has offered operators limited opportunity for higher value liquids production. But in Panola County, Texas the Hayesville Combo has emerged as an attractive liquids-rich opportunity.  Our initial analysis shows that the economics of Combo wells rival the best the play has to offer, with rates of return that exceed 20%.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Dry gas activity in the Haynesville focused on Caspiana Core
  • Unique liquids-rich area of the Carthage sub-play offers positive returns
  • Combo well economics are enhanced by liquids in a relatively small area
  • Anadarko leads the way in the Combo
  • EOG following Anadarko's lead
  • A combination of geologic factors makes liquids a reality
  • Upside may be limited to a handful of operators
    • Study methodology
    • Assumptions

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • Anadarko and EOG chase liquids in the Haynesville: Image 1
  • Anadarko and EOG chase liquids in the Haynesville: Table 1
  • Realised price per mcf of Combo wet gas
  • NPV10 sensitivity to 30-day condensate IP
  • Haynesville Combo wells by NGL yield with 24-hour condensate IP rates

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