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Montney completions analysis: the cluster count goes climbing

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12 August 2019

Montney completions analysis: the cluster count goes climbing

Report summary

In order to understand the Montney’s low cost economics, we’ve investigated how well performance keeps improving. We have looked at the completions data to analyze the evolution of well design in the Montney. Looking at frac stages, clusters, fluid pumped, proppant placed by play, sub-play and operators, we see some interesting trends. The amount of proppant/fluid have been fairly steady with a slight increase in lateral lengths. Meanwhile, the average number of frac stages has nearly doubled since 2014 from 20 stage count to 35 in 2018. But cluster spacing has changed even faster.

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  • Montney wide trends
  • Sub-play trends
  • Operator trends

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