Which operators have the largest, low-cost tight oil inventory?

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 Plenty of US operators have the option to drill NPV positive tight oil wells today, but as the recovery slowly builds, it might be more important to understand which companies can continue to drill economic assets well into the future. Will inventory exhaustion become a material issue?

Table of contents

  • Prevailing heavyweights in a position of strength
  • US tight oil cost stack
  • Permian geography dominates economic inventory
  • Detailing the scale of low-cost inventory
  • Operator comparisons
  • Fragmented allocation but big names lead

Tables and charts

This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Cumulative remaining sub-play resource (74 bnboe)
  • Sub-$60/bbl BE locations by Geography
  • Breakevens and remaining inventory by sub-play
  • Ownership of the most low-cost locations

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