Duvernay vs. Eagle Ford Is the Duvernay catching up to the prolific south Texas shale play?
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 between the two plays. It looks at the geology of both plays, activity in each play since its inception, and how productivity has improved.
A lot went right for Canada’s oil and gas industry in 2017 but the outlook for 2018 is less certain, according to JWN’s second annual industry outlook survey.
An uptick in commodity prices, combined with two years of supply cost cuts, created some room to get financial houses in order and invest in production growth in 2017. But the dual spectre of market access limitations and a growing regulatory burden is capping any newfound enthusiasm.
With these issues playing out in real time, the respondents to our second annual Oil & Gas Industry Survey present a mixed outlook for 2018.
Collaborative Contracting: Achieving Globally Competitive Project Delivery Through Trust
As the Canadian market faces $50/bbl oil, stakeholders in the project delivery chain recognize that business models and processes need to change to be competitive, reduce costs and protect investments. Alberta’s industry can apply learnings from more mature markets to dramatically reduce inefficiencies.
Compare prices for all well cost services across Canada using PSAC’s latest well cost data. The data provides financial, geological and technical data on more than 100 categories of costs, plus detailed wellbore graphics for each well.
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