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Shale Market in North America to 2016 - Motivated by Surplus Gas Production, Global Energy Players Eyeing Lucrative Asian Markets for Export

Executive Summary

The Role of Shale Gas in Deciding the US Presidential Election

President Obama faces a shale gas dilemma that threatens to damage his bid to secure a second term in the White House, states the latest report from natural resources experts GBI Research.

The US is currently endowed with a wealth of natural gas following years of overproduction, and while allowing exports would win friends within the industry and potentially boost the economy, it would anger those seeking to keep domestic prices low, says the new report*.

The past few years have seen natural prices falling to around $3 to $4 per million British thermal units (MMBtu), and the US Energy Information Administration EIA expects the annual wellhead natural gas price trend to remain at around $5 per MMBtu until 2025.

By contrast, liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices in potential trade countries, particularly those in Asia, are three times higher, suggesting a highly lucrative export market. However, shipping LNG abroad would alter the supply/demand balance and naturally result in a higher cost for US consumers.

The development of shale gas over recent years has significantly altered the US energy outlook and major industry players have significantly increased their 2012 capital expenditure (capex) for the development of shale plays.

ConocoPhillips and Chesapeake Energy announced respective capex of $2.3 billion and $2.4 billion for the development of the Eagle Ford shale play in 2012, while Bakken shale operators Continental Resources and the Hess Corporation, outlined respective 2012 capex of $1.1 billion and $1.9 billion in 2012.

GBI Research forecasts the total US shale play capex to reach $52.1 billion by 2016, climbing at an average annual growth rate (AAGR) of 11.9% from the expected 2012 figure of $35.3 billion.

Shale Market in North America to 2016 - Motivated by Surplus Gas Production, Global Energy Players Eyeing Lucrative Asian Markets for Export

This report look at how the North American shale gas sector has progressed significantly following development of the first shale play: the Barnett Shale.

This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Abstract

Shale Market in North America to 2016 - Motivated by Surplus Gas Production, Global Energy Players Eyeing Lucrative Asian Markets for Export

Summary

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, "Shale Market in North America to 2016 - Motivated by Surplus Gas Production, Global Energy Players Eyeing Lucrative Asian Markets for Export". The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the most significant shale plays in North America, such as Bakken Shale, Barnett Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, Fayetteville Shale, Haynesville Shale/Bossier Shale, Marcellus Shale and Woodford Shale. The report provides detailed information and analysis on the operational overview of all of these shale plays, detailing key characteristics, production trends during 2006-2016, and cost trends, which includes well cost, finding and development cost, drilling activity, and planned rigs. The report also contains competitive analysis, analyzing major companies by both acreage and production, and the planned capital expenditure for 2012 by major companies. It also details the major merger and acquisition activities in these shale plays.

Scope

  • An operational overview of shale plays such as Bakken Shale, Barnett Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, Fayetteville Shale, Haynesville Shale/Bossier Shale, Marcellus Shale and Woodford Shale.
  • Key characteristics, detailing the geographic and economic characteristics of the shale plays.
  • Production trends during 2006-2016, and cost trends, which includes well cost and finding and development cost, drilling activity, and planned rigs by major companies for 2012.
  • An overview of the competitive landscape of the top companies by acreage and production in these shale plays.
  • Discussion of the cost per well and finding and development costs of the companies in these shale plays.
  • Drilling activity for all of the shale plays mentioned above.
  • Planned capital expenditure by major companies for 2012 for each of the shale plays.
  • Information on the major mergers and acquisitions.

Reasons to buy

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights into the most significant shale plays in North America, such as Bakken Shale, Barnett Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, Fayetteville Shale, Haynesville Shale/Bossier Shale, Marcellus Shale and Woodford Shale.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in these shale plays in North America.
  • Plan your strategies based on expected developments of these shale plays in North America.
  • Understand the competitive landscape of the companies in the shale plays.
  • Keep yourself informed of the key developments in this potentially game changing market.

TOC

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 8

  • 1.1 List of Tables 11
  • 1.2 List of Figures 13

2 Introduction 14

3 North America Shale Plays, Overview 15

  • 3.1 Shale Plays, North America 15
  • 3.2 Shale Gas Development 16

4 Bakken Shale 17

  • 4.1 Bakken Shale, Background 17
    • 4.1.1 Bakken Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 19
  • 4.2 Bakken Shale, Operational Overview 20
    • 4.2.1 Bakken Shale, Initial Production Rates 20
  • 4.3 Bakken Shale, Production Trends 21
    • 4.3.1 Bakken Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, 2006-2016 21
  • 4.4 Bakken Shale, Cost Trends 22
    • 4.4.1 Well Cost 22
    • 4.4.2 Finding and Development Cost 24
  • 4.5 Bakken Shale, Drilling Activity 25
    • 4.5.1 Bakken Shale, Drilling Activity, North Dakota, 2012 25
    • 4.5.2 Bakken Shale, Montana Drilling Activity 26
  • 4.6 Bakken Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 27
  • 4.7 Bakken Shale, Competitive Landscape 28
    • 4.7.1 Bakken Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 28
    • 4.7.2 Bakken Shale, Major Companies by Production 30
    • 4.7.3 Bakken Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 31
  • 4.8 Bakken Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 32

5 Barnett Shale 41

  • 5.1 Barnett Shale, Background 41
    • 5.1.1 Barnett Shale, Key Characteristics 42
  • 5.2 Barnett Shale, Operational Overview 43
    • 5.2.1 Barnett Shale, Initial Production Rates 43
  • 5.3 Barnett Shale, Production Trends, 2000-2016 44
    • 5.3.1 Barnett Shale, Historic and Forecast Production Trends, 2000-2016 44
    • 5.3.2 Barnett Shale Gross Production as a Share of Texas' Total Gross Gas Production 46
    • 5.3.3 Barnett Shale, Gross Gas Production by County, 2011 47
  • 5.4 Barnett Shale, Cost Trends 49
    • 5.4.1 Well Cost 49
    • 5.4.2 Finding and Development Cost 49
  • 5.5 Barnett Shale, Drilling Activity 50
    • 5.5.1 Barnett Shale, Drilling Permits Issued 50
  • 5.6 Barnett Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 52
  • 5.7 Barnett Shale, Competitive Landscape 53
    • 5.7.1 Barnett Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 53
    • 5.7.2 Barnett Shale, Major Companies by Production 54
    • 5.7.3 Barnett Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 55
  • 5.8 Barnett Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 55

6 Eagle Ford Shale 59

  • 6.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Background 59
    • 6.1.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 60
  • 6.2 Eagle Ford Shale, Operational Overview 61
    • 6.2.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Initial Production Rates 61
  • 6.3 Eagle Ford Shale, Production Trends 62
    • 6.3.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, 2000-2016 65
  • 6.4 Eagle Ford Shale, Drilling Activity 67
  • 6.5 Eagle Ford Shale, Cost Trends, 2011 69
    • 6.5.1 Well Cost 69
    • 6.5.2 Finding and Development Cost 70
  • 6.6 Eagle Ford Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 70
  • 6.7 Eagle Ford Shale, Competitive Landscape 71
    • 6.7.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Net Acreage 71
    • 6.7.2 Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2011 73
  • 6.8 Eagle Ford Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 75
  • 6.9 Eagle Ford Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 76

7 Fayetteville Shale 81

  • 7.1 Fayetteville Shale, Background 81
    • 7.1.1 Fayetteville Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 82
  • 7.2 Fayetteville Shale, Operational Overview 82
    • 7.2.1 Fayetteville Shale, Initial Production Rates 82
  • 7.3 Fayetteville Shale, Production Trends 83
    • 7.3.1 Fayetteville Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, 2006-2016 83
  • 7.4 Fayetteville Shale, Cost Trends 85
    • 7.4.1 Well Cost 85
    • 7.4.2 Finding and Development Cost 85
  • 7.5 Fayetteville Shale, Drilling Activity 86
  • 7.6 Fayetteville Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 87
  • 7.7 Fayetteville Shale, Competitive Landscape 88
    • 7.7.1 Fayetteville Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 88
    • 7.7.2 Fayetteville Shale, Major Companies by Production 89
  • 7.8 Fayetteville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 89
  • 7.9 Fayetteville Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 90

8 Haynesville/Bossier Shale 92

  • 8.1 Haynesville/Bossier Shale, Background 92
    • 8.1.1 Haynesville Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 93
  • 8.2 Haynesville/Bossier Shale, Operational Overview 94
    • 8.2.1 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rate 94
  • 8.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends 95
    • 8.3.1 Haynesville Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, 2000-2016 95
  • 8.4 Haynesville Shale, Cost Trends 97
    • 8.4.1 Well Cost 97
    • 8.4.2 Finding and Development Costs 97
  • 8.5 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity 98
    • 8.5.1 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, Louisiana 98
    • 8.5.2 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, East Texas 100
  • 8.6 Haynesville Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 100
  • 8.7 Haynesville/Bossier Shale, Competitive Landscape 101
    • 8.7.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 101
    • 8.7.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production 103
  • 8.8 Haynesville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 104
  • 8.9 Haynesville Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 104

9 Marcellus Shale 109

  • 9.1 Marcellus Shale, Background 109
  • 9.2 Marcellus Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 110
  • 9.3 Marcellus Shale, Operational Overview 111
    • 9.3.1 Marcellus Shale, Initial Production Rates 111
  • 9.4 Marcellus Shale, Production Trends 112
    • 9.4.1 Marcellus Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, 2006-2016 112
  • 9.5 Marcellus Shale, Cost Trends 113
    • 9.5.1 Well Cost 113
    • 9.5.2 Finding and Development Cost 114
  • 9.6 Marcellus Shale, Drilling Activity 115
    • 9.6.1 Marcellus Shale, Drilling Activity, Pennsylvania 115
    • 9.6.2 Marcellus Shale, Drilling Activity, New York 117
  • 9.7 Marcellus Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 118
  • 9.8 Marcellus Shale, Competitive Landscape 119
    • 9.8.1 Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 119
    • 9.8.2 Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Production 121
  • 9.9 Marcellus Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 122
  • 9.10 Marcellus Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 123

10 Woodford Shale 127

  • 10.1 Woodford Shale, Background 127
  • 10.2 Woodford Shale, Key Characteristics 128
  • 10.3 Woodford Shale, Operational Overview 129
    • 10.3.1 Woodford Shale, Initial Production Rates 129
  • 10.4 Woodford Shale, Production Trends 130
    • 10.4.1 Woodford Shale, Historic and Forecast Production Trends, 2000-2016 130
  • 10.5 Woodford Shale, Cost Trends 131
    • 10.5.1 Woodford Shale, Well Cost 131
    • 10.5.2 Woodford Shale, Finding and Development Cost 131
  • 10.6 Woodford Shale, Drilling Activity 132
    • 10.6.1 Woodford Shale, Planned Rigs, 2012 133
  • 10.7 Woodford Shale, Competitive Landscape 134
    • 10.7.1 Woodford Shale, Major Companies by Acreage 134
    • 10.7.2 Woodford Shale, Major Companies by Production 136
    • 10.7.3 Woodford Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 137
  • 10.8 Woodford Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 137

11 Appendix 139

  • 11.1 Market Definition 139
  • 11.2 Abbreviations 139
  • 11.3 Bibliography 139
  • 11.4 Methodology 140
    • 11.4.1 Coverage 140
    • 11.4.2 Secondary Research 141
    • 11.4.3 Primary Research 141
    • 11.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 141
  • 11.5 Contact Us 141
  • 11.6 Disclaimer 142

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables

  • Table 1: Bakken Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 19
  • Table 2: Bakken Shale, Initial Oil and Gas Production Rates by Major Companies (boe/d and Mcfe/d), 2012* 20
  • Table 3: Bakken Shale, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2006-2016 22
  • Table 4: Bakken Shale, Cost Per Well by Major Companies ($m), 2012* 23
  • Table 5: Bakken Shale, Finding and Development Cost by Major Companies ($m/boe), 2012* 24
  • Table 6: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Well Completions, 2012* 25
  • Table 7: Bakken Shale, Montana, Well Permits and Well Completions, 2006-2012* 27
  • Table 8: Bakken Shale, Planned Rigs by Companies, 2012* 27
  • Table 9: Bakken Shale, Major Companies by Net Acreage (Acres), 2012 29
  • Table 10: Bakken Shale, Oil and Gas Production by Major Companies (MMboe), 2011 31
  • Table 11: Bakken Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies ($m), 2012 31
  • Table 12: Bakken Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities 33
  • Table 13: Barnett Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 42
  • Table 14: Barnett Shale, Recent Wells Drilled and Initial Production Rates for EOG Resources, November 2011 43
  • Table 15: Barnett Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2000-2016 45
  • Table 16: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Percentage Share of Texas' Natural Gas Gross Production, 2005-2011 46
  • Table 17: Barnett Shale, Newark East, Gross Gas Production by County (bcf), 2011 48
  • Table 18: Barnett Shale, Cost Per Well for Major Companies ($m/well), 2012* 49
  • Table 19: Barnett Shale, Finding and Development Cost for Major Companies ($/Mcfe), 2012* 49
  • Table 20: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Number of Drilling Permits Issued, 2004-2011 50
  • Table 21: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Number of Wells Drilled, 1993-2011 52
  • Table 22: Barnett Shale, Planned Rigs by Companies, 2012* 52
  • Table 23: Barnett Shale, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies, Acres, 2012* 53
  • Table 24: Barnett Shale, Gross Gas Production by Major Companies (bcfe), 2011 54
  • Table 25: Barnett Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Major Companies, 2012 55
  • Table 26: Barnett Shale, Major Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2010-June 2012 56
  • Table 27: Eagle Ford Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 60
  • Table 28: Eagle Ford Shale, Oil and Gas Initial Production Rates by Major Companies, 2011 61
  • Table 29: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Oil Production (MMbbl), 2008-April 2012 62
  • Table 30: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Gas Production (bcf), 2008-April 2012 63
  • Table 31: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Condensate Production (MMbbl), 2008-April 2012 64
  • Table 32: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2006-2016 66
  • Table 33: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Number of Drilling Permits Issued, 2008-April 2012 67
  • Table 34: Eagle Ford Shale, Cost Per Well by Major Companies ($m), 2012* 69
  • Table 35: Eagle Ford Shale, Finding and Development Cost ($/boe), 2012* 70
  • Table 36: Eagle Ford Shale, Planned Rigs by Companies, 2012* 70
  • Table 37: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Net Acreage (Acres), 2011 72
  • Table 38: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2011 74
  • Table 39: Eagle Ford Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies ($m), 2012 75
  • Table 40: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2011-June 2012 76
  • Table 41: Fayetteville Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 82
  • Table 42: Fayetteville Shale, Initial Gas Production Rates (MMcf/d), 2011 82
  • Table 43: Fayetteville Shale, Historic and Forecast Production (bcf), 2006-2016 84
  • Table 44: Fayetteville Shale, Average First Month Well Production by County (MMcf), 2008-2011 85
  • Table 45: Fayetteville Shale, Well Completion by Major Companies, 2008-2011 86
  • Table 46: Fayetteville Shale, Annual Well Completions in Major Counties, 2008-2011 87
  • Table 47: Fayetteville Shale, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies (Acres), 2012* 88
  • Table 48: Fayetteville Shale, Gas Production by Major Companies (bcfe), 2011 89
  • Table 49: Fayetteville Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2006-2011 90
  • Table 50: Haynesville Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 93
  • Table 51: Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates of Oil and Gas (boe/d and Mcfe/d), 2012* 94
  • Table 52: Haynesville Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2000-2016 96
  • Table 53: Haynesville Shale, Cost Per Well for Major Companies ($m/Well), 2012* 97
  • Table 54: Haynesville Shale, Finding and Development Cost Per Mcfe ($/Mcfe), 2012* 97
  • Table 55: Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Well Activity, July 2011-June 2012* 99
  • Table 56: Haynesville Shale, Planned Rigs by Companies, 2012* 100
  • Table 57: Haynesville Shale Play, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies, Acres, 2012* 102
  • Table 58: Haynesville Shale Play, Production of the Leading 10 Companies (bcfe), 2011 103
  • Table 59: Haynesville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Major Companies ($m), 2012 104
  • Table 60: Haynesville Shale, Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2008-2011 104
  • Table 61: Marcellus Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 110
  • Table 62: Marcellus Shale, Initial Oil and Gas Production Rates (boe/d and Mcfe/d), 2012* 111
  • Table 63: Marcellus Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2000-2016 112
  • Table 64: Marcellus Shale, Cost Per Well for Major Companies ($m/Well), 2012* 113
  • Table 65: Marcellus Shale, Finding and Development Cost Per Mcfe ($/Mcfe), 2012* 114
  • Table 66: Marcellus Shale, Well Permits Issued, Pennsylvania, January 2011-January 2012 116
  • Table 67: Marcellus Shale, Wells Drilled, Pennsylvania, January 2011-January 2012 117
  • Table 68: Marcellus Shale, Planned Rigs by Companies, 2012* 118
  • Table 69: Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Total Net Acreage (Acres), 2012* 120
  • Table 70: Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Production (bcfe), 2011 121
  • Table 71: Marcellus Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure by Companies, 2012 122
  • Table 72: Marcellus Shale, Major Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2011-June 2012 123
  • Table 73: Woodford Shale, Key Characteristics, 2011 128
  • Table 74: Woodford Shale, Oil Initial Production Rates by Newfield Exploration Company (boe/d), 2012* 129
  • Table 75: Woodford Shale, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2000-2016 131
  • Table 76: Woodford Shale, Cost Per Well for Major Companies ($m/Well), 2012* 131
  • Table 77: Woodford Shale, Well Completions, Oklahoma, 2009-2011 133

List of Figures

1.2 List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Shale Plays, Lower 48 States, The US 15
  • Figure 2: Schematic Geology of Natural Gas Resources 16
  • Figure 3: Bakken Shale Formation, 2011 17
  • Figure 4: Bakken Shale Formation, Stratigraphic Column, 2011 18
  • Figure 5: Bakken Shale, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2006-2016 21
  • Figure 6: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Well Completions, 2012* 25
  • Figure 7: Bakken Shale, Montana, Well Permits and Well Completions, 2006-2012* 26
  • Figure 8: Bakken Shale, Net Acreage of Major Companies (Acres), 2012 28
  • Figure 9: Bakken Shale, Oil and Gas Production by Major Companies (MMboe), 2011 30
  • Figure 10: Barnett Shale Location Map, Texas, 2012 41
  • Figure 11: Barnett Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2006-2016 44
  • Figure 12: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Percentage Share in Texas' Natural Gross Gas Production, 2005-2011 46
  • Figure 13: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Gross Gas Production by Major Counties (bcf), 2011 47
  • Figure 14: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Drilling Permits Issued, 2004-2011 50
  • Figure 15: Barnett Shale (Newark East), Well Count, 2000-2011 51
  • Figure 16: Barnett Shale, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies (Acres), 2012* 53
  • Figure 17: Barnett Shale, Gross Gas Production by Major Companies (bcfe), 2011 54
  • Figure 18: Eagle Ford Shale, The US 59
  • Figure 19: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Oil Production (MMbbl), 2008-April 2012 62
  • Figure 20: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Gas Production (bcf), 2008-April 2012 63
  • Figure 21: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Condensate Production (MMbbl), 2008-April 2012 64
  • Figure 22: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2006-2016 65
  • Figure 23: Eagle Ford Shale, Texas, No. of Drilling Permits Issued, 2008-May 2012 67
  • Figure 24: Eagle Ford Shale, The US, Oil and Gas Wells Permitted and Completed, May 2012 68
  • Figure 25: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Net Acreage (Acres), 2012 71
  • Figure 26: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2011 73
  • Figure 27: Fayetteville Shale, Location Map, Arkansas 81
  • Figure 28: Fayetteville Shale, Historic and Forecast Production (bcf), 2006-2016 83
  • Figure 29: Fayetteville Shale, Average First Month Well Production by County (MMcf), 2008-2011 84
  • Figure 30: Fayetteville Shale, Well Completion by Major Companies, 2008-2011 86
  • Figure 31: Fayetteville Shale, Annual Well Completions in Major Counties, 2008-2011 87
  • Figure 32: Fayetteville Shale, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies (Acres), 2012* 88
  • Figure 33: Fayetteville Shale, Gas Production by Major Companies (bcfe), 2011 89
  • Figure 34: Haynesville Shale, The US, Location Map 92
  • Figure 35: Haynesville Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2000-2016 95
  • Figure 36: Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Well Activity, July 2011-June 2012* 98
  • Figure 37: Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Well Activity, 2012* 100
  • Figure 38: Haynesville Shale Play, Total Net Acreage by Major Companies (Acres), 2012* 101
  • Figure 39: Haynesville Shale Play, Production of the Leading 10 Companies (bcfe), 2011 103
  • Figure 40: Marcellus Shale, The US, Location Map 109
  • Figure 41: Marcellus Shale, Historic and Forecast Gas Production (bcfe), 2000-2016 112
  • Figure 42: Marcellus Shale, Well Permits Issued, Pennsylvania, January 2011-January 2012 115
  • Figure 43: Marcellus Shale, Wells Drilled, Pennsylvania, January 2011-January 2012 116
  • Figure 44: Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Total Net Acreage (Acres), 2012* 119
  • Figure 45: Marcellus Shale, Major Companies by Production (bcfe), 2011 121
  • Figure 46: Woodford Shale, Location Map 127
  • Figure 47: Woodford Shale, Historic and Forecast Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2000-2016 130
  • Figure 48: Woodford Shale, Drilling Activity, Oklahoma 132
  • Figure 49: Woodford Shale, Well Completions, Oklahoma, 2009-2011 132
  • Figure 50: Woodford Shale, Major Companies by Net Acreage (Acres), 2012* 134
  • Figure 51: Woodford Shale, Major Companies by Oil and Gas Production (MMboe), 2011 136
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