Topic: Weld County CO

Noble Energy Increases Production with Less Capital

Noble Energy (NYSE: NBL) continued to show discipline in the first quarter of 2016 coming in under the low end of their CAPEX guidance of $400 to $500 million at $374 million for the quarter. Cost cutting efforts have helped the company grow production while spending less. Noble exceeded the company’s production guidance at 416,000 Boe/d for the first quarter.IP-Rates Increase by 30% in the DJ-Niobrara First quarter production in the DJ basin totaled 118,000 Boe/d which has been attributed to...

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Weekly Permits: Weld County, CO is Focus for Niobrara Operators

Permit activity in DJ-Niobrara dropped off -24.24% from the prior week to 25 permits for the week of 2015-05-18 – 2015-05-24, compared to prior week's 33 permits. The heaviest activity was in Weld County, CO where 24 of the 25 permits were obtained compared to 33 for the prior week. The 24 permits were made up of 16 horizontal, 1 directional, and 7 unknown. The horizontal permits declined -45% from the prior week. Adams County, CO had +1 permit this week, secured by Ward...

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-1.9% Land Rig Decline, Rigs Stabilizing?

The Baker Hughes US Land Rig Count declined to 979 down -1.9% this week. Only 19 rigs were released this week, and based on the last month of rig activity, the drop in rigs may be stabilizing. WTI ended this week at $49.90 per barrel. Here's a summary chart for the week:Summary of Shale Play Rig CountsPermian Basin -1.7% to 285 rigs compared to last week’s 290 rigs Eagle Ford stayed flat this week at 137 rigs Williston Basin -6.2% to 91 from last week’s 97 rigs Marcellus...

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