Robust data analytics, thoughtful completions evolution and other lessons learned after a decade operating in the Eagle Ford shale of South Texas has supermajor ConocoPhillips confident it has unlocked over one billion additional barrels of oil equivalent across its position since 2012.
 
The company entered the Eagle Ford in 2009 and currently holds around 200,000 net acres spanning from the updip black oil window and the downdip to the edge of the wet gas window.  At the end of 2018, the operator had more than 1,200 wells and 2,000 miles of pipelines across the area.

Data gathering and analysis across its holdings has paid benefits, according to Erec Isaacson, vice president of ConocoPhillips’ Gulf Coast Business unit.

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