E&P Magazine - December 2019
The December edition of E&P is our special 2020 Unconventional Yearbook issue covering the Eagle Ford, Permian, Appalachia, Rockies and Midcontinent. Chapters include an overview/production forecast, key players roundup, technology update, environmental topics and a special LNG report.
As I See It
The U.S. will continue to reap the rewards of shale gas via LNG exports in the coming decade, thanks in part to solar and wind energy.
Tough times forecast for oil service providers.
A study finds a huge range of cycle time between operators in the Delaware Basin with roughly 60% of the cycle time being nonoperational.
Completions and Production
Symbolic AI pushes digitalization to further limits.
Second-wave and modular LNG enter the picture, as do big plants in British Columbia.
The U.S. will make up 67% of growth in global LNG exports between 2019 and 2024 while 33% of global imports are expected to go to China.
Recovering more for less is the ultimate goal for operators and service companies.
Second-half 2019 results show glimmer of hope for a promising 2020. This section profiles 43 major U.S. shale players operating in the Permian, Eagle Ford, Rockies, Midcontinent and Appalachia and covers their latest 2019 production results and 2020 forecasts.
Growth slows in 2020, hinging on global demand and the market's ability to support continually increasing output.
Amid growing calls for action to fight climate change, oil and gas companies are ramping up efforts toward environmental and community stewardship.
On The Move
Check out the latest new hires, appointments and promotions as well as new company office and facility openings.