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Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020
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  • 1. Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil)- Market Analysis, Industry Developments and Forecasts to 2020Report Details:Published:December 2012No. of Pages: 126Price: Single User License – US$3995Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, IndustryDevelopments and Forecasts to 2020Summary“Unconventional Oil (Oil Shales, Oil Sands and Extra-heavy Oil) - Market Analysis, IndustryDevelopments and Forecasts to 2020” is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysisspecialist, and analyzes the developments in the unconventional oil sector globally. The reportprovides an overview of the unconventional oil market by key resource types, including Canada’soil sands, North America’s oil shales and Venezuela’s extra-heavy crude oil. It also analyses someof the major drivers and challenges for the unconventional oil industry. The report also provideshistoric and projected production of unconventional oil through to 2020, the mergers andacquisitions in major unconventional oil markets (Canada’s oil sands industry, Venezuela’s extra-heavy oil sector and North America’s oil shales market) and the competitive landscape in theunconventional oil industry.The report is compiled using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primaryand secondary research, and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.ScopeThis report provides an analysis of the unconventional oil industry (oil shales, oil sands, and extra-heavy crude oil). The report primarily focuses on -- Drivers and challenges in the unconventional oil industry and production forecasts to 2020- The oil sands industry in Canada, including production forecasts until 2020- The extra-heavy crude oil industry in Venezuela- The major and emerging liquids-rich shale plays in North America- Financial deal (mergers, acquisitions and asset transactions) activities in major unconventionaloil markets
  • 2. Reasons to buyThis report will enhance your decision-making capabilities. It will allow you to -- Identify some of the key drivers and challenges of the unconventional oil market- To know the current global production of unconventional oil and the production estimates to 2020- Develop insights about the historic production of oil sands, extra heavy crude oil and oil shaleand forecasts until 2020- Gain insights into the financial deal (mergers, acquisitions and asset transactions) activity in theunconventional oils industry in recent years- Understand the key companies involved in the unconventional oil industryGet your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/213146-unconventional-oil-oil-shales-oil-sands-and-extra-heavy-oil-market-analysis-industry-developments-and-forecasts-to-2020.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 41.1 List of Tables 61.2 List of Figures 82 Introduction 102.1 Overview 102.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 113 Unconventional Oil - Overview 123.1 Unconventional Oil Account for about 3.2% of Global Oil Production 143.2 Unconventional Oil Production is Expected to Surpass 2,100 MMbbl by 2020 163.3 Unconventional Oil - Key Drivers and Challenges 173.3.1 The Alberta Province Holds more than 97% Oil Sands Deposits in Canada 173.3.2 The Green River Formation in the US has one of the Largest Concentrations of Oil ShaleDeposits in the World 183.3.3 Sustained High Crude Oil Prices Encouraging Development of Unconventional OilResources 203.3.4 Pressure on Foreign Operators to Give PdVSA Compulsory Stake may Discourage themfrom Investing in Venezuelan Projects 204 Canada’s Oil Sands - a Leading Contributor to Global Unconventional Oil Production 214.1 Canada has the Third Largest Proved Oil Reserves in the World 214.2 Oil Sands Industry Continues to Attract Foreign Investment due to Favorable Business Climatein Canada 224.3 Oil Sands Industry Continues to Attract Criticism due to High Water Use and Greenhouse GasEmissions 234.4 Oil Sands in Canada - Historic Production and Major Oil Sands Projects 24
  • 3. 4.4.1 Oil Sands Industry in Canada Produced 581.9 MMbbl of Bitumen and Synthetic Crude in2011 244.4.2 Athabasca Region Recorded the Largest Bitumen Production from Oil Sands in Canada for2011 244.4.3 Mining Accounts for about 52.1% of Bitumen and Synthetic Crude Production from Canada’sOil Sands in 2011 254.4.4 Heavy Oil Upgraders in the Canadian Oil Sands Industry Recorded a Capacity of 453.1MMbbl for 2011 264.4.5 Syncrude is the Largest Heavy Oil Upgrader Project in Canada as of 2011 274.5 Oil Sands in Canada - Production Forecasts 284.5.1 Oil Sands Industry in Canada is expected to Produce 3.2 MMbbl/d of Bitumen and SyntheticCrude by 2020 284.5.2 Heavy Oil Upgraders Capacity in the Canadian Oil Sands Industry is Expected to Reach542.5 MMbbl by 2020 294.6 Oil Sands in Canada - Competitive Landscape 304.6.1 Suncor Energy had Net Proved and Probable (2P) Bitumen Reserves of 1,164 MMbbl by theEnd of 2011 304.6.2 Imperial Oil Limited Reported Net Proved Bitumen Reserves of 2,413 MMbbl by the End of2011 314.6.3 Shell Produced 45 MMbbl of Synthetic Crude Oil in 2011 324.6.4 Canadian Natural Resources Limited is One of the Major Independent Crude Oil and NaturalGas Producers in Canada 345 Venezuela Extra-heavy Crude Oil Reserves are Key Contributors to Global Proved Oil Reserves365.1 Venezuela is the Second Largest Developer of Oil Sands in the World after Canada 365.2 Orinoco Extra-heavy Oil Belt Constitutes about 75% of Venezuela’s Total Proved Oil Reserves385.2.1 Exploration at the Orinoco Oil Belt Started in 1920 385.3 Orinoco Extra-heavy and Heavy Oil Belt Blocks 385.3.1 Boyaca Block 395.3.2 Junin Block 395.3.3 Ayacucho Block 405.3.4 Carabobo Block 415.4 Production Fields in Venezuelan Oriental Basin & Orinoco Oil Belt - Extra-heavy and HeavyCrude Oil 425.4.1 Major Extra-heavy Oil Producing Fields in Orinoco Oil Belt 425.5 Heavy Oil Upgraders in Venezuela 456 Bakken Shale is Among the Major Oil Shale Plays in the US 466.1 Bakken Shale, Operational Overview 476.1.1 Bakken Shale, Initial Production Rates 476.1.2 Bakken Shale, Well Profile 496.1.3 Bakken Shale, Production Trends, 2004-2020 50
  • 4. 6.2 Bakken Shale, Drilling Activity, 2012 566.2.1 Bakken Shale, Drilling Activities in North Dakota, 2011 566.2.2 Bakken Shale, Drilling Activities in Montana, 2012 586.3 Bakken Shale, Competitive Landscape 606.3.1 Bakken Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, 2012 606.3.2 Bakken Shale, Major Companies By Production, 2011 626.4 Bakken Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activities, 2012 647 Eagle Ford Shale has Emerged as a Lucrative Liquid Rich Shale Play in the US 677.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Operational Overview 687.1.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Well Profile 687.1.2 Eagle Ford Shale, Initial Production Rates 697.1.3 Eagle Ford Shale, Production Trends, 2008-April 2012 707.1.4 Eagle Ford Shale, Drilling Activity by Company, 2010-April 2012 737.2 Eagle Ford Shale, Competitive Landscape 747.2.1 Eagle Ford Shale, Companies by Acreage, 2012 747.2.2 Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2012 757.2.3 Eagle Ford Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play, 2008-2012 798 Granite Wash Play Overview 808.1 Granite Wash Play, Operational Overview 828.1.1 Granite Wash, Initial Production Rates 828.1.2 Granite Wash Play, Well Profile 838.2 Granite Wash Play, Production Trends, 2004-2011 848.2.1 Texas, Historical Production, 2004-2011 848.2.2 Granite Wash Play, Historic and Forecast Production, 2004-2020 858.3 Granite Wash Play, Drilling Activity, 2010-2011 878.3.1 Granite Wash Play, Permits Issued, 2011 878.3.2 Granite Wash Play, Drilling Activity by County, 2011 878.4 Granite Wash Play, Competitive Landscape 898.4.1 Granite Wash, Major Companies by Acreage 898.4.2 Granite Wash, Major Companies by Production 908.5 Granite Wash Play, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play, 2007-2012 939 Niobrara Shale Play is Gaining Attention of Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Companies959.1 Niobrara Shale, Operational Overview 969.1.1 Niobrara Shale, Initial Production Rates 969.1.2 Niobrara Shale, Well Profile 979.1.3 Niobrara Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 989.2 Niobrara Shale, Drilling Activity, 2011-2012 1029.2.1 Niobrara Shale, Major Drilling Activities in Colorado, 2011-2012 1029.3 Niobrara Shale, Competitive Landscape 1089.3.1 Niobrara Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, 2012 1089.3.2 Niobrara Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2011 110
  • 5. 9.4 Niobrara Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play, 2008-2012 11210 Other Emerging Oil Shale Plays in North America 11410.1 Barnett Combo Play 11410.2 Cana Woodford Shale 11510.3 Tuscaloosa Marine Shale 11710.4 The Green River Basin Oil Shale Field 11910.5 Wolfcamp Shale Formation 12011 Appendix 12111.1 Market Definition 12111.2 Abbreviations 12111.3 Sources 12211.4 Methodology 12411.4.1 Coverage 12411.4.2 Secondary Research 12511.4.3 Primary Research 12511.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 12511.5 Contact Us 12511.6 Disclaimer 1261.1 List of TablesTable 1: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Bitumen and Synthetic Production from Oil Sands inAthabasca, Cold Lake and Peace River Areas, MMbbl, 2006-2011 24Table 2: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Heavy Oil Upgraders Capacity, MMbbl, 2006-2011 26Table 3: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Details of Top Five Oil Sands Projects, bbl/d, 2011 27Table 4: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Suncor Energy’s Bitumen and Synthetic Crude Oil (SCO)Reserves (Gross and Net), MMbbl, 2011 30Table 5: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Shell’s Synthetic Crude Oil and Bitumen Production, Mbbl/d,2009-2011 32Table 6: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Canadian Natural Resources Limited’s Gross Crude Oil andBitumen Reserves in North America, MMbbl, 2011 34Table 7: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Canadian Natural Resources Limited’s Capacity Targets andScheduled Start Dates for In Situ Projects, bbl/d, 2012 35Table 8: Extra-heavy Oil Industry, Venezuela, Details of Some of the Major Partnerships for theDevelopment of the Orinoco Oil Belt, 2010-April 2012 37Table 9: Extra-heavy Crude Oil Industry, Venezuela, Extra-heavy and Heavy Crude Oil ExplorationFields in Boyaca Block, 2012 39Table 10: Extra-heavy Crude Oil Industry, Venezuela, Oricono Heavy Oil Belt, Extra-heavy andHeavy Crude Oil Exploration Blocks in Junin Block, 2012 39Table 11: Extra-heavy Crude Oil Industry, Venezuela, Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Extra-heavy andHeavy Crude Oil Exploration Assets in Ayacucho Block, 2012 40Table 12: Extra-heavy and Heavy Crude Oil Exploration, Exploration Assets in VenezuelanOrinoco Heavy Oil Belt, Carabobo Block, 2012 41
  • 6. Table 13: Extra-heavy Oil Industry, Venezuela, Major Extra-heavy Oil Fields in Oriental Basin,MMboe, 2012 42Table 14: Extra-heavy Oil Industry, Venezuela, Hamaca Extra-heavy Oil Field Production, MMbbl,2006-2011 43Table 15: Extra-heavy Oil Industry, Venezuela, Petrozuata Extra-heavy Oil Field Production,MMbbl, 2006-2011 43Table 16: Extra-heavy Oil Industry, Venezuela, Major Extra-heavy Oil Fields in Oriental Basin,Bitor Extra-heavy Oil Field, MMbbl, 2006-2011 44Table 17: Heavy Oil Upgraders Industry, Venezuela, Capacity of Upgraders, bbl/d, 2007-2012 45Table 18: Bakken Shale, Some of the Recent Wells Drilled and Initial Production Rates by MajorCompanies, boed, 2012 48Table 19: Bakken Shale Wells, Decline Rate (%), North Dakota, 2012* 49Table 20: Bakken Shale, the US, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production (MMboe), 2004-2011 51Table 21: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Historical Production (MMboe) and its Share in Total NorthDakota Crude Oil Production (%), 2004-2011 52Table 22: Bakken Shale, Montana, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production (MMboe)2004-2011 53Table 23: Bakken Shale, the US, Historical and Forecast Production (MMboe), 2004-2020 55Table 24: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Number of Producing Wells, 2007-2011* 56Table 25: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Number of Gas Producing Wells, 2007-2011* 57Table 26: Bakken Shale, Montana, Number of Wells Reported by Field, 2007-2012 59Table 27: Bakken Shale, Major Companies By Acreage, Canada and the US, Net Acres, 2012 60Table 28: Bakken Shale, Top 15 Companies by Production, North Dakota, MMboe, 2011 63Table 29: Bakken Shale, the US, Merger and Acquisition Activities, Number of Deals and DealValue ($m), 2008-2012* 65Table 30: Bakken Shale, the US, Major Mergers and Acquisitions by Deal Value ($m), 2012 66Table 31: Eagle Ford Shale, Average Decline Rates Per Well, 2012* 68Table 32: Eagle Ford Shale, Average Initial Production Rates of Some Major Companies, 2012 69Table 33: Historical Production from the Eagle Ford Shale, MMboe, 2008-April 2012 70Table 34: Eagle Ford Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, MMboe, 2004-2020 72Table 35: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, Net Acres, 2012* 74Table 36: Eagle Ford Shale, Top 20 Companies by Total Gross Production, Texas, MMboe,January 2012-April 2012* 76Table 37: Eagle Ford Shale, Top 20 Companies by Total Gross Production, Texas, MMboe, 201178Table 38: Eagle Ford Shale, Major Deals by Oil and Gas Companies, 2008-2012 79Table 39: Granite Wash, Key Characteristics, 2012* 81Table 40: Unconventional Oil Industry, the US, Wells Drilled and Initial Production Rates ofChaparral Energy in Granite Wash Play, 2010 82Table 41: Granite Wash Play, Average Decline Rates Per Well, 2011-2012* 83Table 42: Texas, Historical Production from the Granite Wash Play, MMboe, 2004-2011* 84
  • 7. Table 43: Granite Wash Play, Historic and Forecast Production, MMboe, 2004-2020 86Table 44: Granite Wash Play, Number of Well Permits Issued by County, Texas, 2009-2011* 88Table 45: Granite Wash, Major Companies by Acreage, Net Acres, 2012* 89Table 46: Granite Wash Play, Major Companies by Gross Production, MMboe, 2011* 91Table 47: Granite Wash Play, M&A Activities, 2007-October 2012* 94Table 48: Granite Wash Play, Recent Deals, 2007-October 2012* 94Table 49: Niobrara Shale, Wells Drilled and Initial Production Rates for Anadarko PetroleumCorporation, November 2011 96Table 50: Niobrara Shale, Recent Wells Drilled and Initial Production Rates, 2011 96Table 51: Niobrara Shale, The US, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Gross Production,MMboe, 2007-2011* 98Table 52: Colorado, Historical Gross Production from the Niobrara Shale (MMboe), 2007-2011* 99Table 53: Wyoming, Historical Gross Production from the Niobrara Shale (MMboe), 2007-2011*100Table 54: Niobrara Shale, Expected Gross Production, MMboe, 2007-2020 101Table 55: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Number of Well Permits, November-December 2010,January-December 2011, and January 1- February 17, 2012 102Table 56: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Total Number of Well Permits by Companies, January 2012-September 18, 2012* 103Table 57: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Total Number of Well Permits by Companies, 2011* 105Table 58: Niobrara Shale, Wyoming, Number of Horizontal Well Permits by Company, 2012* 107Table 59: Niobrara Shale, Top Companies by Acreage, Net Acres, 2012* 109Table 60: Colorado, Niobrara Shale, Major Companies by Production, MMboe, 2011 111Table 61: Niobrara Shale, Major Merger and Acquisitions, 2012* 1121.2 List of FiguresFigure 1: Unconventional Oil Industry, Global, Geographic Distribution of Unconventional OilResources, 2012 12Figure 2: Oil Industry, Global, Share of Extra-heavy Oil and Oil Sands in Proved Oil Reserves, %,2012 13Figure 3: Oil Industry, Global, Share of Oil Sands, Extra-heavy Oil and Shale Oil in Total OilProduction, %, 2011 14Figure 4: Oil Industry, Global, Share of Oil Sands, Extra-heavy Oil and Shale Oil in TotalUnconventional Oil Production, %, 2011 15Figure 5: Oil Industry, Global, Estimated Production of Unconventional Oil, MMbbl, 2011, 2015and 2020 16Figure 6: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Location of Oil Sands Deposits, 2012 17Figure 7: Oil Shale Industry, Global, Distribution of Oil Shale Deposits in Select Countries, 2012 18Figure 8: Oil Shale Industry, The US, Locations of the Major Oil Shale Deposits, 2011 19Figure 9: Unconventional Oil Industry, The US, Locations of the Shale Plays, 2011 20Figure 10: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Composition of Oil Sands, 2012 21Figure 11: Oil and Gas Industry, Canada, Foreign Direct Investments in the Canadian Energy
  • 8. Sector, CAD$m, 2005-2011* 22Figure 12: Oil and Gas Industry, Canada, Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector, 2010 23Figure 13: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Production of Bitumen and Synthetic Crude, MMbbl, 2006-2011 24Figure 14: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Bitumen and Synthetic Crude Production from Oil Sands inCanada by Recovery Method, MMbbl, 2006-2011 25Figure 15: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Expected Production of Bitumen and Synthetic Crude,MMbbl, 2011-2020 28Figure 16: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Expected Heavy Oil Upgraders Capacity, MMbbl, 2011-2020 29Figure 17: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Imperial Oil’s Synthetic Oil and Bitumen Net ProvedReserves, MMbbl, 2007-2011 31Figure 18: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Shell’s Oil Sands Operations, 2011 33Figure 19: Unconventional Oil Industry, Venezuela, Location of Orinoco Oil Belt, 2010 36Figure 20: Extra-heavy Crude Oil Industry, Venezuela, Extra-heavy Crude Oil Blocks, OrinocoHeavy Crude Oil Belt, 2012 38Figure 21: Extra-heavy Crude Oil Industry, Venezuela, Extra-heavy Crude Oil Production, MMbbl,2007-2011 42Figure 22: Bakken Shale, Operational Map and the Shale’s Formation, 2012 46Figure 23: Bakken Shale Formation, Stratigraphy, 2012* 47Figure 24: Bakken Shale Wells, Well Profile, 2012 49Figure 25: Bakken Shale, the US, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production (MMboe),2004-2011* 50Figure 26: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production(MMboe), 2004-2011* 52Figure 27: Bakken Shale, Montana, Historical Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production (Mmboe),2004-2011* 53Figure 28: Bakken Shale, the US, Historical and Forecast Production (Mmboe), 2004-2020 54Figure 29: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Number of Oil Producing Wells, 2007-2011* 56Figure 30: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Number of Gas Producing Wells, 2007-2011* 57Figure 31: Bakken Shale, Montana, Number of Wells Reported by Field, 2007-2012 58Figure 32: Bakken Shale, North Dakota, Top 15 Companies by Production (MMboe), 2011 62Figure 33: Bakken Shale, the US, Merger and Acquisition Activities, Number of Deals and DealValue ($m), 2008-2012** 64Figure 34: Eagle Ford Shale, Location, The US, 2012 67Figure 35: Eagle Ford Shale, Well Profile, 2012* 68Figure 36: Eagle Ford Shale, Historical Production, MMboe, 2008-April 2012 70Figure 37: Eagle Ford Shale, Historic and Forecast Production, MMboe, 2004-2020 71Figure 38: Eagle Ford Shale, Number of Drilling Permits for Selected Operators, Texas, January2012-April 2012 73Figure 39: Eagle Ford Shale, Top 20 Companies by Gross Production, Texas, MMboe, January2012-April 2012* 75
  • 9. Figure 40: Eagle Ford Shale, Top 20 Companies by Production, MMboe, 2011 77Figure 41: Unconventional Oil Industry, US, Granite Wash Play, Location Map, 2012 80Figure 42: Granite Wash Formation, Stratigraphy,ft, 2012 81Figure 43: Granite Wash, Well Profile, 2011 83Figure 44: Texas, Granite Wash Play, Historical Production, MMboe, 2004-2011* 84Figure 45: Granite Wash Play, Historic and Forecast Production, MMboe, 2004-2020 85Figure 46: Granite Wash Play, Number of Well Permits by County, Texas, 2009-2011* 88Figure 47: Granite Wash, Major Companies by Acreage, Net Acres, 2012* 89Figure 48: Granite Wash Play, Top 10 Companies by Gross Production, MMboe, 2011* 90Figure 49: Granite Wash Play, Merger and Acquisition Activity, 2007-December 2011 93Figure 50: Niobrara Shale Formation, Northeastern Colorado, Stratigraphy, 2012* 95Figure 51: Niobrara Shale, Well Profile, 2012* 97Figure 52: Niobrara Shale, The US, Historical Crude Oil and Gas Gross Production, MMboe,2007-2011* 98Figure 53: Colorado, Historical Gross Production from the Niobrara Shale, MMboe, 2007-2011* 99Figure 54: Wyoming, Historical Gross Production from the Niobrara Shale, MMboe, 2007-2011*100Figure 55: Niobrara Shale, Expected Gross Production, MMboe, 2007-2020 101Figure 56: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Number of Well Permits, November-December 2010,January-December 2011, and January 1-February 17, 2012* 102Figure 57: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Total Number of Well Permits by Companies, January 2012-September 18, 2012* 103Figure 58: Niobrara Shale, Colorado, Total Number of Well Permits by Companies, 2011* 104Figure 59: Niobrara Shale, Wyoming, Major Companies by Horizontal Well Permits, 2012 106Figure 60: Niobrara Shale, Top Companies by Acreage, Net Acres, 2012* 108Figure 61: Colorado, Niobrara Shale, Major Companies by Gross Production, MMboe, 2011 110Figure 62: Barnett Shale Combo Play Overview, Texas, 2012 114Figure 63: Cana-Woodford Shale, Location Map 115Figure 64: Oklahoma Woodford Play, Oil, Gas and Condensate Presence 116Figure 65: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale, The US, Location Map, 2012 117Figure 66: The Green River Oil Shale, Location Map 119Figure 67: Wolfcamp Shale, The US, Location Map, 2012 120Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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