Uranium Mining Market in North America to 2020 - Higher Production Driven by New Projects, Improved Mining Methods and Price Increases
- Published: June 2012
In the U.S., the Eagle Ford Shale play extends across 400 miles, from the Mexican border to eastern Texas. The formation deepens, moving from northwest (4,000 ft) to southeast (14,000 ft). The source rock has different maturity levels, with three distinct windows for oil, condensate and dry gas, corresponding to the shallow, intermediate and deep part of the play, respectively.
Since the first well was drilled by Petrohawk in 2008, activity has increased exponentially. By 2009, there were already 40 producing oil leases and 67 producing gas wells. In 2010, producing oil leases rose to 72, and producing gas wells to 152.
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The North American Shale Quarterly is a 360-degree view of the top North American shale oil and gas plays in a quarterly updated report receivable online and/or in print with downloadable data. Subscribers have access to valuation maps with company acreage overlays, a production forecast to 2020, company acreage, reserves and highlights, play economics including break-even prices on a company basis, infrastructure coverage.
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