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US Upstream week in brief: 07 September 2016

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Report summary

The Delaware Basin continues to dominate the news capturing industry attention with the discovery of a new resource play a multi billion dollar acquisition and rumblings of heightened private equity activity in the basin. Elsewhere Enbridge merges with Spectra to create the largest pipeline and storage company in North America and Shell starts production at its Stones field in the Deepwater GoM. Also we discuss the recent earthquakes in Oklahoma and the impact on the region. Stories this week include: Apache announces new resource play in the Southern Delaware Basin EOG to buy Yates Petroleum for $2.5B Oklahoma earthquakes cause concerns Enbridge Inc. to acquire Spectra Energy Shell starts production at Stones Private equity money circling the Permian

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    US Upstream week in brief: 07 September 2016

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Table of contents

  • Top stories of the week
  • Number of the week
  • US oil & gas dashboard

Tables and charts

This report includes 7 images and tables including:

Images

  • Southern Delaware Activity
  • EOG and Yates horizontal wells in the Delaware Basin
  • Horizontal Permits by Year of Most Active Operators in the Mississippi Lime and northeast STACK plays.
  • Centennial Resources, Silver Hill, and Jagged Peak Delaware Basin horizontal wells
  • US Upstream week in brief: 07 September 2016: Image 6
  • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats

Tables

  • Horizontal wells drilled by private players in the Southern Delaware basin over the past three years

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