BTU Analytics, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • SCOOP/STACK Changing Oklahoma Dynamics

    BTU Analytics spends a lot of time covering the Northeast Gas markets, but in the middle of the country Oklahoma is seeing activity growth that could add over 2 Bcf/d of natural gas to the supply side by 2020. Producers are attempting to expand into less developed plays that provide not only favorable economics, but … Continue reading "SCOOP/STACK Changing Oklahoma Dynamics" The post SCOOP/STACK C...

  • Under the Radar Rig Activity: North Park Basin

    While most of the industry’s focus falls on the major shale plays, other independent E&P producers are continuing to drill in areas that many haven’t heard of or thought about in quite some time.  Today we’ll zero in on activity in the Rockies, analyzing the latest results from wells in areas outside the radar including … Continue reading "Under the Radar Rig Activity: North Park Basin" The post U...

BTU Analytics, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Buyer Beware: E&P Investors Should Verify Company Claims

    As E&P investors search for their next investment, they should be wary of company presentations touting the company’s latest and normalized results. During the training of new industry analysts, there comes a time when each presents a piece of analysis based on data sourced exclusively from an E&P investor presentation.  When asked if the analyst verified the initial production rates or … Continue...

BTU Analytics, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Natural Gas Demand Cycle to Start All Over Again?

    The other day I heard someone make a US natural gas demand call for a 100 plus Bcf/d by 2021.  This is a jaw-dropping forecast considering the US natural gas market is at about 72 Bcf/d today.  An incremental 28 Bcf/d – a bigger volume than the entire Marcellus & Utica combined.  The speaker achieved … Continue reading "Natural Gas Demand Cycle to Start All Over Again?" The post Natural Gas Demand...

  • DAPL Pipeline – Debottlenecking Supply

    On Tuesday during CNBC’s Power Lunch, Brian Sullivan proposed the idea that Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) could be a Keystone XL replacement.  While Dakota Access in its current form is a pipeline project that will connect the Bakken to the Gulf Coast, let’s explore the merits and feasibility of this idea. Canada continues to be one of the last … Continue reading "DAPL Pipeline – Debottlenecking S...

BTU Analytics, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

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