2016 Unconventional Yearbook - LIMITED SUPPLY
2016 Unconventional Yearbook
Hart Energy’s 2016 Unconventional Yearbook, the sixth in an annual series, presents the most important facts and figures on the top five U.S. resource plays. It explores regional activity by play, with profiles of key players, technology reviews, a look at midstream activity, and economic analysis and data.
Table of Contents
004 | OVERVIEW: Waiting for a Second Wind
The decade-long run of unconventional success in the U.S. pauses for the rest of the world to catch up.
008 | NORTHEAST REGIONAL REPORT: Gas Mountain
Appalachian gas producers kept piling on in 2015.
022 | MIDCONTINENT REGIONAL REPORT: Proximity Oil
Producers continue to push the needle to the right in Oklahoma.
032 | GULF COAST REGIONAL REPORT: They're Staggering
Eagle Ford operators are increasing lateral lengths, stages, clusters, proppant and more.
042 | PERMIAN REGIONAL REPORT: Texas Like 1931
The East Texas oil boom of the 20th century spawned Texas' dominance in world oil supply and pricing until the early 1970s. Well, it's back.
056 | WESTERN REGIONAL REPORT: All Pumped Up
Dear OPEC: Super-sized fracks with more sand, the use of biodiverters and greater well density are making more Rockies oil.
070 | KEY PLAYERS: Playmakers Pick Favorites
Operators have seen the competition, and it is among their assets.
104 | TECHNOLOGY: Operators Demand Technology to Keep Production Edge
Companies with new technology for unconventional plays are gaining new customers during industry downturn as operators seek cost-effective technological advantages.
128 | MIDSTREAM KEY PLAYERS: An Urge to Merge as Growth Continues
Some growth as well as M&A activity continues in 2015 despite the weak commodity price environment.
146 | PRODUCTION FORECAST: North American Production Remains Resilient
Operators have focused on improving efficiencies and positioning themselves for healthy growth when the price of oil rebounds.
Get Your Unconventional Yearbook Today!