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Eastern Scout
PLS's new Eastern Scout covers local drilling activity, permit data, rig activity and completions in the Eastern region (Pennsylvania, Ohio & West Virginia). Like all of PLS's Regionals this report includes a wealth of statistical analysis on activities and corporate performance. The reports also layer select advertising, business opportunities and multiple listings for sale.

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ES - Ascent boosts production 53% on D&C and acquisitions - September 10, 2019
Ascent Resources Utica Holdings, LLC grew its Q2 production 53% YOY to an average of 1.75 Bcfe/d (89% gas, 5% oil, 6% NGLs), driven by drilling and completion activity and its acquisition from CNX Resources, Hess, Utica Minerals Development and Salt Fork Resources completed in August 2018. Activity during the quarter included spudding 23 wells, fracking 37 and turning to sales 38, bringing H1 totals to 48 spudded, 60 fracked and 65 brought online. H1 output averaged 1.76 Bcfe/d (90% gas, 4%...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Chesapeake’s Marcellus integral to FCF despite gas pullback - September 10, 2019
As Chesapeake Energy moves into 2020, it plans to allocate more capital to oil growth areas and less to its gas assets. This will lead to double-digit percentage oil growth but doubledigit percentage declines for gas volumes in 2020. For the Haynesville this means dropping the last rig in the play shortly. The Marcellus, however, is a significant free cash flow generator—the play is projected to generate $320 million this year—with low breakevens of $1.50-$1.75/Mcf. Chesapeake will continue to...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Regional Highlights - September 10, 2019
The EIA projects that Appalachia production will rise by 4,000 bo/d and 367 MMcf/d sequentially in September to 146,000 bo/d and 32.605 Bcf/d. There are 422 DUCs in Appalachia as of July, down by 16 versus...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Enerplus Highlights - September 10, 2019
Enerplus’ Marcellus production rose 14% sequentially to 237 MMcf/d in Q2. The company participated in drilling eight non-operated wells (4% WI) and brought 14 non-op wells (11% WI) on production during the quarter. The company is increasing its 2019 production guidance on continued strong growth in North Dakota and outperformance in the Marcellus. Annual output is expected to average 99,000-102,000 boe/d compared to prior guidance of 97,000-101,000...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Williams Highlights - September 10, 2019
Williams’ Constitution pipeline project is back in motion after the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ruled the project can proceed. FERC said the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation lost its right to rule on a required water quality permit after it took a prohibitive amount of time to deny the permit to Williams. The state agency was required to rule on the permit within a year. New York is expected to appeal the decision, as are environmental...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Enterprise Products Partners Highlights - September 10, 2019
Enterprise Products Partners launched an open season for expanded capacity on its Appalachia-to-Texas ethane pipeline. The company is looking to add 50,000 bbl/d of incremental capacity through a combination of pipeline looping, hydraulic improvements and modifications to existing infrastructure. The expansion would be in service by 2022. The open season runs from Aug. 26 through Sept....
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Diversified Gas & Oil - September 10, 2019
Diversified Gas & Oil signed binding agreements to acquire gas gathering systems in Pennsylvania and West Virginia from Dominion Energy’s gathering and processing subsidiary and Equitrans for $7.5 million. Diversified is getting 1,700 miles of low-pressure wet and dry gas gathering pipelines along with compressors, measurement stations and related...
Sep 10, 2019
ES - Antero driving well costs down, plans further savings in 2020 - August 20, 2019
Antero driving well costs down, plans further savings in 2020 With no shortage of natural gas on the market and a bearish outlook, Antero Resources set goals this year to reduce Marcellus well costs and lease operating expenses to improve capital efficiency and boost free cash flow. The company is on track to meet its 2019 goal of $970/ft for 12,000-ft laterals. Antero expects H2 wells costs of $930/ft. Costs have come down through service cost deflation, sand logistics optimization and...
Aug 20, 2019
ES - Southwestern trims wells costs, extends lateral lengths - August 20, 2019
Southwestern Energy is drilling longer laterals and doing it at a lower cost per foot. The company’s Q2 wells averaged 10,128-ft laterals, which is 30% longer than in 2Q18. Q2 well costs of $866/ft came in under the company’s $875 million target. Southwestern has realized average savings of $800,000/well for all wells using its southwest Appalachia piped water infrastructure, which improves logistics and reduces trucking traffic and costs. All wells completed in the southwest program during...
Aug 20, 2019
ES - Regional Highlights - August 20, 2019
The EIA projects that Appalachia production will rise by 4,000 bo/d and 367 MMcf/d sequentially in September to 146,000 bo/d and 32.605 Bcf/d. There are 422 DUCs in Appalachia as of July, down by 16 versus...
Aug 20, 2019

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