The 2013 study is the 3rd in a series and will now include economics from growing tight oil plays.
Our third edition study builds on previous high cost - low cost “bookend” studies and provides a liquids “uplift revenue” analysis.
Highly focussed on key results, this unique study adds new insight for emerging plays in both gas and
tight oil. A “must-have” study if you are serious about clearly understanding and exploiting the full cycle gas and tight oil
costs, where drilling activity will expand, and where activity will decline.
This 50 page report is expected for delivery in the Fall 2013.
While gas prices cannot be controlled, gas costs can be.
A first key step to have a clear gas cost benchmark of what is achievable.
This follow-up study assesses costs of gas for major gas basins as of mid 2009,
with specific focus on new and emerging Gas Shale Plays.
A new feature in this study is the break-even gas economics.
This 92 page report is now available.
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While gas prices oscillate within the various North American gas production basins,
the drilling, completions, operating, and other costs incurred by gas producers
to find, develop, and then operate are rising - fast! This new Ziff Energy
study is designed to provide answers to the key questions critical to North American
gas supply dynamics: which U.S. basins are worth pursuing? What is the cost structure
for new gas? How competitive is Canadian gas today? Ziff Energy analyzed
gas supply costs from 20 gas basins in North America. The 90+ page report
is available now.