Permitting information for oil and gas wells is one of the most readily available and least lagged pieces of data on industry activity, but it is often seen as a poor indicator of future drilling activity.
Permian powerhouses and Appalachian gas juggernauts dominated the top 50 publicly traded oil and gas producers in the onshore Lower 48 market during 1H23, according to an analysis using Enverus Foundations data presented in the most recent issue of Upstream Pulse.
The North American play-level inventory rankings are in, and there’s been some shakeups. Since the last publication by Enverus Intelligence Research (EIR), the remaining inventory by play has seen some movement on the leaderboards. While EIR made minimal revisions to the quantity of remaining locations, quality fell across the board. Cost inflation, productivity degradation, improved […]
Publicly traded royalty owner Brigham Minerals (NYSE: MNRL) is expanding its Midland Basin royalty exposure with the acquisition of 3,900 net royalty acres (NRA, normalized to 1/8), primarily in Martin and Midland counties, and 850 boe/d (60% oil) mid-point 2023E production from Avant Natural Resources for $132.5 million. In this insights article, Enverus Intelligence provides detailed […]
Recent commissioning activity on the Kinder Morgan’s new Gulf Coast Express (GCX) project led to a small increase in natural gas deliveries from producers in the Permian Basin. What does that signal for these producers over the short- and long-term? To determine the answer, we used our ProdCast natural gas, crude, and NGL production forecasting […]
Recent commentaries on the magic of the Permian miracle have had some dark musings about how the Permian is beginning to “stall.” Given all the back and forth in the investment community about “capital discipline” and output growing supply to the detriment of pricing, I thought I’d take a brief look at Estimated Ultimate Recovery […]