The DOB’s Duvernay infographic looks at licensing, drilling and production trends in the play, and also reviews recent completion strategies.
This infographic looks at licensing, drilling and production trends in the Cardium to get a sense of operator intentions. It also reviews completions technologies, and future technologies and developments that could play a role in revitalizing the play.
Following a year that saw significant increases in cash flow generated across the North American upstream industry, many Canadian and U.S. producers have set larger capital spending budgets for 2022.
Developed using multilateral wells without stimulation, the Clearwater presents compelling economics and quick return on investment. Well licensing and drilling skyrocketed in 2021 as operators moved to take advantage of rising oil prices. Consolidation in the Clearwater continues while exploration to expand the play from its base at Marten Hills and Nipisi accelerates.
This report examines licensing, drilling, completions and production trends in the Duvernay formation (including East Duvernay) in the context of improving oil and gas pricing fundamentals.
This report examines licensing, drilling, completions and production trends in the Spirit River and Cardium formations and sub-members across 66 fields in the context of a volatile and uncertain North American natural gas market.
Upstream M&A spending reached $44 billion during Q3 based on deals announced between July and September.
Analysis of free cash flow, capital spending, shareholder returns and debt repayments.
Wild price volatility, market access issues, investor demands for return of capital, rising ESG concerns and uncertainty over the pace of the energy transition — Montney operators have faced a long list of obstacles as they recover from the COVID-19 crisis. But in the short and mid-term, signs of positive growth in the resource play straddling the Alberta/British Columbia border are everywhere.
Evaluate Energy’s new hedging activity report examines how oil and gas investors and analysts can expect E&P companies’ hedging activity to impact Q4 results.
This report summarizes key trends in 2019 guidance, as reported in company announcements published from mid-November 2018 to Jan. 25, 2019.
This study looks at overall activity levels in the Montney and Deep Basin during 2016 and 2017. It also compares nine companies with the majority of their production in the Montney and five companies with the majority of their production in the Deep Basin area of Alberta.
This study compares the early stage development of the Duvernay shale play in Alberta with the later stage development of the Eagle Ford shale play in Texas, looking for similarities and differences between the two plays. It looks at the geology of both plays, activity in each play since its inception, and how productivity has improved.
This study reviews early stage development of the Duvernay shale play in Alberta, with a special focus on liquids development in the Kaybob and the East Duvernay shale. It looks at the geology of the play, activity in each play since its inception, and how capital efficiencies have improved through the evolution of drilling and completions technology. It then looks at operational challenges facing Duvernay producers and potential solutions to ensure profitability in the long term.
This study — brought to you by the Daily Oil Bulletin and CanOils, and sponsored by Halliburton — compares nine companies with the majority of their production in the Montney and seven companies with the majority of their output in the Marcellus.
Canadian LNG facilities are expected to generate opportunities in construction and operations, new pipeline and midstream construction and operations, as well as in upstream exploration and development. Click to directly view this free report today!
In Canada’s LNG sector, the companies that have succeeded in moving their projects forward spent considerable time and resources on First Nations consultation and engagement. Click to directly view this free report today!
By leveraging its abundant renewable energy resources and incentivizing production of the world’s lowest greenhouse gas-emitting liquefied natural gas (LNG), Canada can develop its LNG industry while meeting its climate goals, concludes a report examining the unique “green” advantages the country possesses.
This report examines how Canadian gas supplies — delivered to worldwide markets through LNG export terminals on the West Coast and the East Coast — can help meet burgeoning market demand and offer a transformative opportunity for struggling producers.
How the Daily Oil Bulletin Energy Excellence Awards nominees worked together to answer oil and gas challenges in Canada.
This report from Sproule, the Daily Oil Bulletin and Evaluate Energy shows how politics and fluctuating oil prices continue to dominate headlines and influence appetite for investment in Latin America’s upstream oil and gas industry.
Evaluate Energy’s latest report provides a detailed look at the current state of the global LNG market and its future prospects. The report highlights the major growing LNG import markets that the world’s rising numbers of LNG producers will hope to target and the challenges that new or expansion projects will face worldwide. The report highlights the North American LNG export projects that are most likely to reach completion over the coming years and also shows how the introduction of LNG has altered the relationship between Russia and some of its key European natural gas export markets.