Unconventional (Oil and Gas) Production in the US Lower 48, 2020 Update

2020-10-30
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Published : Oct-2020
No. of Pages : 40
Table of Contents
1. Major Developments in the US Lower 48 States, 2019-2020
1.1 Presidential Election Impact on Federal Land
1.2 Downturn Cycle Opportunity for Merger and Acquisition
1.3 USL48 Operator Reaction to Crude Oil Price Crash
2. US Lower 48 States, Historical Production and Short Term Outlook
2.1 US Lower 48 States, Historical Production and Short Term Outlook, 2019-2021
3. US Lower 48 States, Recent Developments and Trends of Major Shale Plays
3.1 Well Development Activity, January-September 2020
3.2 Rig Count Activity, January-September 2020
3.3 Drilled Uncompleted Wells, January-September 2020
3.4 Permits, January-September 2020
3.5 Deals, January-October 2020
4. US Lower 48 States, Economic Viability
4.1 Crude Oil Breakeven Price by Major Shale Plays
4.2 Natural Gas Breakeven Price by Major Shale Plays
4.3 US Lower 48 States, Well Productivity
4.4 US Lower 48 States, Well Completion
4.5 US Lower 48 States, Cost Trend
5. US Lower 48 States, Analysis of Top Companies
5.1 Total Net Acreage of Major Operators
5.2 Planned Capital Expenditure for Major Operatorsin 2020
5.3 Break-even Oil Price of Major Operators
5.4 Break-even Gas Price of Major Operators
6. Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the US Lower 48 States, 2019-2020
6.1 Overview of M&A Activity
6.2 Major Acquisitions

List of Tables
Table 1: Shale play wise net acreage of the major companies in the US, 2020 (acres)
Table 2: Crude oil break-even prices of major operators by shale plays, October 2020 (US$/bbl)
Table 3: Natural gas break-even prices of major operators by shale plays, October 2020 (US$/mcf)
Table 4: US Lower 48, Major Deals by Oil and Gas Companies, 2019-2020

List of Figures
Figure 1: Production Comparison from Independent Producers Post M&A
Figure 2: Capital Expenditure Guidance Readjustment, January-September 2020
Figure 3: Major shale plays crude oil production, 2019-2021
Figure 4: Major shale plays natural gas production, 2019-2021
Figure 5: Wells developed in major shale plays, January-September 2020
Figure 6: Rig count in major shale plays, January-September 2020
Figure 7: DUC wells count in major shale plays, January-September 2020
Figure 8: DUC wells count in major shale plays, January-September 2020
Figure 9: Deals announced in major shale plays, January-October 2020
Figure 10: Crude oil break-even price in major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 11: Natural gas break-even price in major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 12: Crude oil IP30 rates of major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 13: Natural gas IP30 rates of major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 14: Crude oil EUR by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 15: Natural gas EUR by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 16: Average lateral length by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 17: Average proppant mass by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 18: Average proppant mass per lateral length by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 19: Average well costs by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 20: Average well costs per lateral length by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 21: Average production cost by major shale plays, January 2019 till date
Figure 22: Planned capital expenditureby major operators, 2020
Filed in: Energy & Power, Oil & Gas
Publisher : GlobalData