This report provides a forecast of Midcontinent natural gas production for the next five years.
One of the hottest gas plays in North America is in the Fayetteville Shale in northern Arkansas. During 2008, about 2.4 Tcf – primarily from the Fayetteville Shale – were added to Arkansas’ proved reserves. According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Shale Gas Primer, production rose from 100 MMcf in 2004 to 88.85 Bcf in 2007. When you combine that with associated gas production from the Permian Basin and non-associated gas in the Anadarko Basin and Woodford shales, you have a major producing region.
Each month, BENTEK’s Midcontinent Production Monitor™
– along with the other regional Production Monitor publications – provides predictions of drilling and production activities for the next five years. The report is basin-specific and includes production forecasts, drilling economics, and rig activity on a company-by-company basis. The monthly publication is a reference manual for drilling and production in the Midcontinent region.
Based on BENTEK’s proprietary, data-gathering technology and groundbreaking methodology, the report shows production and drilling highlights for the region, including operators, number and type of wells drilled and news on operations in each basin.
And, as a subscriber, you have access to BENTEK’s analysts to answer your questions.