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  • Asset report

    Eagle Ford unconventional play

    • 01 February 2018

    A detailed analysis of the Eagle Ford Condensate tight oil unconventional play.

    $1,300.00

    Summary

    The Eagle Ford Shale is a rapidly developing resource play located in south Texas. Across the entire play, wells produce dry gas, rich gas, volatile oil, black oil, or a combination. This analysis focuses solely on the gas-condensate window of the Eagle Ford where wells produce a mixture of rich gas and condensate (>40° API liquid hydrocarbons). The greater Eagle Ford trend runs from the Texas/Mexico border near Maverick County, continuing along the coastline, into central-western...

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      Eagle Ford unconventional play

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      Eagle Ford unconventional play

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      Data Summary EF2018.xls

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  • Insight

    Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 250 - bargain hunter's paradise

    • 23 March 2018

    Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 250 is a modest increase from the previous lease sale as the industry recovers, but capital spend remains low

    $1,350.00

    Summary

    The US Gulf of Mexico region-wide Lease Sale 250 was held on 21 March 2018. It attracted 159 bids from 33 participating companies, with high bids totalling US$124.8 million. On the surface it seems like a major rebound in activity from the last lease sale. But the total high bid amount is still close to historic lows, only increasing 3% from the August 2017 lease sale. Operators main focus was blocks around existing infrastructure and proven discoveries.

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      Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 250 - bargain hunter's paradise

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  • Country report

    Saudi Arabia upstream summary

    • 24 April 2018

    Saudi Arabia has the highest oil production capacity in the world, estimated at 12 million b/d in 2017. The national oil company, Saudi ...

    $9,450.00

    Summary

    Saudi Arabia has the highest oil production capacity in the world, estimated at 12 million b/d in 2017. The national oil company, Saudi Aramco, is responsible for keeping spare capacity broadly between 1.5 million b/d and 2.0 million b/d and this is a cornerstone of the government's oil policy. Between 2004 and 2009, Saudi Aramco undertook one of its largest-ever programmes of capacity expansion, investing around US$100 billion in a series of mega-projects to increase its total ...

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      Country Overview

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      Country Overview

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      Country Overview

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      Executive summary

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      Key facts

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      Location maps

      PDF 5.74 MB

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      Key companies

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      Geology

      PDF 1.97 MB

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      Exploration

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      Reserves and resources

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      Production

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      Infrastructure

      PDF 8.17 MB

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      Policy and regulation

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      Fiscal terms

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  • Company report

    Shell corporate - reported results analysis

    • 27 April 2018

    Another solid quarter for Shell, both operationally and financially

    $1,050.00

    Summary

    Shell's Q3 earnings surged 47% to beat analysts' expectations. Gearing held flat, while volumes were up 2% year-on-year. The Supermajor again demonstrated that it is balancing the books at US$50/bbl. It was also encouraging to see volumes up. That gearing held flat should not be a concern: the timing of deal closure is a big factor, and more recent completions (UK and Gabon) should ensure that net debt falls again in Q4.

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      Shell corporate - reported results analysis

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