Liquids opportunity narrows in the Utica Shale

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Report summary

The oil and gas industry has eagerly awaited the May release of Ohio's 2012 Utica Shale production data. Although initial review shows underwhelming oil numbers, with average liquids yield from the data set at 22%, the poor initial performance was skewed by temporary infrastructure constraints and a heavy concentration of wells drilled outside the condensate window. Chesapeake and Gulfport, two of the most active operators in the play, drilled nine of the top producing wells, but with very,

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Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
  • The Utica's window of opportunity narrows
    • Well performance highlights play variability
    • Factors influencing the dataset
    • Analysis of townships further reflects narrowed scope
  • Conclusion

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:


  • 2012 Utica Shale production data - average metrics by operator
  • Top 10 performing wells


  • Heat map of implied IP rates across key Utica Shale counties
  • Implied well performance and permitting activity by operator
  • Liquids yields by township reflect the narrowed focus in the southern extent of the play

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