Ascent Resources and CNX Utica Shale completions, a Louisiana Austin Chalk venture plus two significant discoveries reported in Egypt top this week’s drilling activity highlights from around the world.
EOG’s newly unveiled Dorado natural gas play has an estimated net resource potential of 21 Tcf in 700 ft of stacked pay in the Austin Chalk and Eagle Ford Shale formations.
The Houston-headquartered company said Nov. 5 that the Dorado play has an estimated net resource potential of 21 Tcf in 700 ft of stacked pay.
The Austin Chalk assessment, which includes the Tokio and Eutaw formations, is believed to also hold about 41.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, the report shows.
Check out the latest oil and gas drilling activity highlights across the U.S. featured in the October issue of E&P Plus including Chesapeake Energy Marcellus Shale discoveries plus a Wolfcamp well tested by Occidental Petroleum in New Mexico’s Eddy County.
88 Energy wildcat encounters pay on the Alaska North Slope plus recent Marcellus Shale completions in Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna County by Chesapeake Energy and Cabot Oil & Gas top this week’s drilling activity highlights from around the world.
The second day of Hart Energy’s DUG Permian Band and DUG Eagle Ford Virtual Conference focused on South Texas shale opportunities plus the key to new oil and gas exploration, according to WPX Energy’s Clay Gaspar, in the current market.
Hart Energy’s two-day, on-demand DUG Permian Basin and DUG Eagle Ford Virtual Conference continues with a look at operational insights and efficiencies plus oil and gas deals and don’ts for the future.
Here’s a quicklist of oil and gas assets on the market including the Parsley Energy Big Tex asset in the Permian Basin, plus the sale of certain operated producing properties primarily in the Ark-La-Tex and Midcontinent region by Urban Oil & Gas Group.
Here’s a quicklist of oil and gas assets on the market including a ready-to-drill position within the Permian’s Delaware sub-basin in Reeves County, Texas, that includes 100% gross working interest.