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US Upstream week in brief: 12 October 2016

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12 October 2016

US Upstream week in brief: 12 October 2016

Report summary

This week, M&A news out of the Permian's Delaware Basin indicates that operators may have found the ceiling for acreage valuations. Bakken takeaway capacity is back in the spotlight after an operator scraps plans for a West Coast rail facility. Enerplus is rumored to be marketing its Marcellus position, and the entire Pennsylvania oil and gas industry sizes up a raft of new regulations. This week's stories feature analysis using our North America Well Analysis Tool, Global Economic Model, and North America Crude Markets Service. Stories this week include: The Delaware Basin may have reached an acreage valuation ceiling Shell shelves a West Coast rail plan Enerplus rumored to be marketing Marcellus assets Henry Hub forward prices rise as Northeast infrastructure delays start to have a wider impact Pennsylvania operators face new environmental regulations 

Table of contents

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

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Delaware Basin acreage valuation by operator
  • Source of West Coast crude-by-rail
  • Remaining gas resource by breakeven
  • US Upstream week in brief: 12 October 2016: Image 5
  • Share price performance, crude oil & gas inventories, horizontal rig count stats
  • US Upstream week in brief: 12 October 2016: Image 7

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