2015 Permian Basin Directory & Playbook Package
The Permian Basin Directory & Playbook Package is a chance to get in-depth coverage of the market forces driving growth in the Permian. From understanding the market involving reservoirs, active operators, economics, key technologies and infrastructure issues to obtaining and developing contacts with operators and service providers, this package is a trusted resource to advance your knowledge and evaluate the competition. Included in the Permian Basin Directory & Playbook Package are the following:
1) Permian Basin Directory
This will be the go-to resource for anyone working in the area, looking to break in, or serious about investing in its potential. This directory tells you who's who, what they do, where they are, and whom to contact. You'll find customers, prospects and suppliers - and know how to reach them.
- Instant access to more than 2,000 companies in the industry
- Over 6,000 contacts for key personnel, including C-level contacts and email addresses
- A unique Buyer's Guide with more than 400 products and services
- The print edition
2) Permian Basin Playbook 2015
Virtually all oil production in the southwestern region of the U.S. comes from the Permian Basin. Since 2013, production in the Permian has significantly grown to more than 1.9 MMbbl/d and is anticipated to grow to more than 2.4 MMbbl/d by 2025. Spraberry, Bone Spring and Wolfcamp contribute to the bulk of total production. Apache Corp., Chevron and Occidental Petroleum remain the main acreage holders in the Permian Basin. Stratas Advisors, a Hart Energy Company, has observed several operators increasing lateral lengths between 15% and 50%, increasing average stages per well by about 30% and increasing the amount of proppant per well between 30% and 70%, all while reducing well costs by 10% to 30% in the Midland and Delaware basins ...
Gain a comprehensive insight into the Permian Basin shale formations:
- Know the top producing areas, production forecasts and top acreage holders, along with acquisitions and divestitures
- Learn about the infrastructure issues, effective technologies and midstream activity—and how operators are maximizing productivity
TABLE OF CONTENTS
06 | OVERVIEW
Plenty of Pluck in the Permian
The quality of the rocks keeps Permian operators undeterred during a time of lower prices.
12 | KEY PLAYERS
Less is More in the Permian Basin
Fewer rigs don’t necessarily mean less production in the shale play that has producers flocking to the active and growing region.
34 | TECHNOLOGY
Permian Producers Lean on Technology
The industry downturn has operators fine-tuning efficiencies to drive down costs.
44 | MIDSTREAM
Once considered over-the-hill, the Permian Basin is one of the most active midstream plays.
54 | PRODUCTION FORECAST
Permian Production Continues to Buck the Trend
Stacked formations and lower well costs continue to show promise as operators increase production.
62 | REFERENCES
Additional Information on the Permian Basin
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