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Near term upside of 1.4 bcfed in the Marcellus

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28 October 2013

Near term upside of 1.4 bcfed in the Marcellus

Report summary

Based on our new analysis of wells in the Marcellus, we estimate that 1.4 bcfed of production is being restricted at the wellhead by choking or by high line pressure. These volumes could be released to the market if operators open the taps and infrastructure capacity is made available. Chesapeake's and Cabot's operated wells account for half of this estimated potential upside.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

  • Marcellus production and actively producing wells in Pennsylvania
  • Near term upside of 1.4 bcfed in the Marcellus: Table 1
  • Well choking demonstrates continued infrastructure constraints
  • Sample production growth and decline curve for wells with various chokes
  • Near term upside of 1.4 bcfed in the Marcellus: Image 4
  • Sample Trend Line built from implied IP rates
  • Near term upside of 1.4 bcfed in the Marcellus: Image 6

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