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Permian Pulse: Midland Basin GORs on the rise


Permian Pulse: Midland Basin GORs on the rise

Report summary

It was certain to happen sooner or later, at full steam ahead something in the booming Permian was bound to derail. Pioneer Natural Resources shook the investment community on its Q2 2017 investor call when it announced that its GOR was increasing faster than it initially expected. Coupled with some unexpected operational hurdles, the Permian sell-off was drastic – but most Permian players had rebounded by week’s end. We’v e been getting questions about Permian GORs ever since, so we want to highlight our thoughts on some of the most common questions we’re fielding.

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  • What is GOR and why does it change?
  • What affects GOR and is this phenomenon exclusive to Pioneer?
    • GOR Midland Basin by operator and target formation
  • So Pioneer is producing more gas, but the oil curve is holding. Does this really matter?

In this report there are 2 tables or charts, including:

  • What is GOR and why does it change?
    • GOR evolution - Pioneer well in Reagan County
  • What affects GOR and is this phenomenon exclusive to Pioneer?
    • Permian Pulse: Midland Basin GORs on the rise: Image 2
  • So Pioneer is producing more gas, but the oil curve is holding. Does this really matter?
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