Garrett County and Natural Gas - Risks and Benefits

A selection of categorized links to allow one to assess the risks and benefits of gas development in Garrett Conty.

Garrett County Montage

Production Demands

Links that describe gas production demands with time

- 1407 - [NA] - Oil & Gas Journal, James Mason, Energy Consultant - "Well production profiles to assess Fayetteville gas potential revisite"
"This article builds upon the analyses presented in the 2011 OGJ article, "Well production profiles assess Fayetteville shale gas potential."
In that article, the reported average well production profile had a 1.7 bcf estimated ultimate recovery and was based on averaging aggregate well production over a multiyear period, October 2005-September 2010. The author received criticism that the multiyear averaging understated well production gains realized in recent years.
Advances in well production technology are increasing well production rates. Up-to-date average well EURs are important because E&P companies use EUR expectations to book reserves. Hence, the criticism I received is valid, and in response this article reports average well production profiles for each of the years 2008 through 2011."
- 1640 - [August 17, 2014] - NGI's SHale Daily, Jamison Cocklin - "As Marcellus Shale Costs Fall and Volumes Rise, Operators Want More"
"The Marcellus Shale has for some time now been touted for its low finding and development costs, and even as natural gas volumes in the formation are expected to surpass 16 Bcf/d this month, exploration and production (E&P) companies are bent on getting more for less"