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United States Tight Oil Production 2018

U.S. tight oil shale oil production 11-01-18 permian Eagle Ford Bakken Bonespring Wolfcamp Spraberry Woodford

Figure 1 shows the United Stated Tight Oil Production in percentages. We can see here which are the main Tight Oil producers in U.S.: Spraberry, Bakken, Eagle Ford, Wolfcamp, Bonespring and Niobrara-Codell are the six biggest tight oil players in the United State controlling 89% of the total tight oil

U.S. dry shale gas production 2018

The total production of dry shale gas in the United States in the month of November 2018 was 63,36bcf per day: Marcellus, Permian, Utica, Eagle Ford, Bakken, Haynesville

Figure 1 shows the United Stated Dry Shale Gas Production in percentages. We can see here which are the main shale gas producers in U.S: Marcellus, Permian,  Utica,  Haynesville and  Eagle Ford are the biggest shale gas players in USA controlling 74,3% of the total shale gas production with Marcellus

Argentina Shale Production 2017

The unconventional oil and gas production in the Argentine Republic is concentrated in the Neuquén Province from where tight and shale formations are exploited being Vaca Muerta, Los Molles and Lajas the main formations of interest. The shale gas production reached in August 2017 the 37,810Kboe per day and the shale oil production reached the 37,909kBbl/day in the same month, showing an increment of 18,5% for the gas and 34% for the oil production compared with August 2016.

Main exploitation areas: The Neuquén Province is divided into 170 areas or blocks for the hydrocarbons exploration and production of which 56 block are currently in tender process for the production of unconventional hydrocarbons. By increasing the depth in all of these 56 blocks we are finding the shale formations: Vaca

U.S. Tight Oil Production 2017

U.S. Tight Oil Production. Eagle Ford, Bakken, Spraberry, Bonespring, Wolfcamp, Niobrara-Codell, Woodford, Austin Chalk, Marcellus, Utica, Emanuel Martin

The total Tight Oil production in the United States in the month of August 2017 was 4,75MMbbl per day being the main producing fields Eagle Ford with 1,17MMbbl/d, Bakken with 1,02MMbbl/d, Spraberry with 0,93MMbbl/d, Wolfcamp with 0,55MMbbl/d, Bonespring with 0,35MMbbl/d and Niobra-Codell with 0,33MMbbl/d according to the monthly report submitted

U.S. Dry Shale Gas Production 2017

U.S. Dry Shale Gas Production 2017. Antrim, Bakken, Woodford, Barnett, Fayetteville, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Marcellus, Utica, Permian, Rest of US Shale. Emanuel Martin.

The total production of dry shale gas in the United States in the month of August 2017 was 46,029 Bcf per day being the main producing fields Marcellus with 17,545Bcf/d, Permian with 5,082Bcf/d, Haynesville with 4,389bcf/d, Utica with 4,348Bcf/d, Eagle Ford with 4,085Bcf/d, Barnet with 2,795Bcf/d and Woodford with 2,483Bcf/d

Behavior of Arps Equation in Shale Plays

Application the Arps method to shale Plays

Behavior of Arps Equation in Shale Plays Emanuel Martin Decline curves analysis through the Arps method has been historically the tool more used to make wells reserves forecast, Due to its simplicity and low cost. The method consist in the graphic extrapolation of the production from the historical production in a semi-log graph

Excel Worksheet to Calculate the Permeability in Shale Gas Fields

With this we can calculate and view in a fast, simple and immediate as varies the Knudsen number and the apparent permeabilities for the models presented in the previous post through the introduction of petrophysical parameters of our field. The calculations are carried out and plotted for a range of pressures comprised between 1psi to 15000psi.

Excel Worksheet to Calculate the Permeability in Shale Gas Fields In this article I will leave them and I'll explain the file (worksheet) of Excel with which I did the calculations and graphs of the paper "Flow Mechanics in Shale Gas". With this we can calculate and view in a fast,

Flow Mechanics in Shale Gas

Dmitriy Silin, SPE, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Tad Patzek, SPE, University of Texas, Austin.

FLOW MECHANICS IN SHALE GAS Emanuel Martin Introduction: When analyzing the flow production data in a shale play notice that these measures are higher than those predicted by Darcy’s Law with which they were calculated. Based on that we might ask ourselves why is the production of gas higher than expected? Is it

Eagle Ford Shale Part A: Geological Review

Taken from http://earthly-musings.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/a-trip-to-booming-eagle-ford-shale-oil.html

Railroad Commission of Texas qualified the Eagle Ford  Play as the best shale play in the United States due to its relatively shallow depths in the oil window, high percentage of carbonate makes it easier to fracture, and  large lateral extent and thickness (Railroad Commission of Texas, 2011). The first unconventional

Barnett Shale Technical Information

Barnett Shale Play technical information

BARNETT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Emanuel Martin INTRODUCTION Barnett Field in Texas is the pioneer in the shale gas production in United States. Since 1980 the Mitchell Energy Company began with pilot proofs for the production of gas and years later in 2003 by combining the horizontal wells with multiple fractures they achieve his extraction

Argentina Shale Production

Vaca Muerta Shale, the Best in the World.

Argentina Shale Production: Emanuel Martin Argentina is one of the four shale producers on a commercial scale in the world together with the United States, Canada and China. The main activity is located in the Neuquen Basin where the interest formations are Vaca Muerta and Los Molles. In addition, Argentina has other

U.S. Tight Oil Production

U.S. Tight Oil Production per Month and Play.

U.S. Tight Oil Production May 2016 Emanuel Martin The total production of Tight oil in the United States in the month of May 2016 was 4,22MMbbl per day being the main producing fields Eagle Ford with 1,19MMbbl/d, Bakken with 0,99MMbbl/d, Spraberry with 0,69MMbbl/d, Wolfcamp with 0,33MMbbl/d, Niobra-Codell with 0,29MMbbl/d and Bonespring with

U.S. Dry Shale Gas Production

U.S. Shale Gas productin

U.S. Dry Shale Gas Production (May 2016) Emanuel Martin The total production of dry shale gas in the United States in the month of May 2016 was 43,101 Bcf per day being the main producing fields Marcellus with 17,03Bcf/d, Eagle Ford with 4,57Bcf/d, Utica with 3,583Bcf/d, Haynesville with 3.53bcf/d and Barnett with

How to evaluate a shale play? Part B

Unconventional fields only produce hydrocarbons cost-effectively through stimulation treatments to large-scale, due to this, the determination of the mechanical properties of the formation and its variation along the same recover a greater importance in these "reservoirs" since these allow us to determine the degree of fracturability of the formation, select the optimal orientation of the wells and designing the fracture treatment. .shale formation modeling in a simulation through information acquired with seismic and well logs.

HOW TO EVALUATE A SHALE PLAY? Part B Emanuel Martin In the first part of “HOW TO EVALUATE A SHALE PLAY?" we've developed: Shale play features, Main properties to evaluate, Kerogen, Total Organic Content (TOC), Organic Matter Classification, Thermal Maturity Determination, Depositional environment, facies characterization and Mineralogical composition. Now we're going to develop: Mechanical

How to evaluate a shale play? Part A

is required to know the values of porosity, water saturation, permeability, reservoir volume and the volumetric factor of the gas or oil; the Total Organic Carbon (TOC), thermal maturity, depositional environment, mineralogical composition and mechanical properties.

How to evaluate a shale play? Part A Emanuel Martin Introduction Shale formations constitute 60% of the rocks that make up the Earth's crust being only a small group of them containers of hydrocarbons. The necessary conditions to ensure that these rocks have generated and stored oil or gas is that they have abundant

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