Niobrara

News
September 08, 2021
The decline in DUCs in most major U.S. onshore oil-producing regions, especially in the Permian region, reflects more well completions and, at the same time, less new well drilling activity.
Article
October 2020
A capsized market achieves what activists couldn’t.
Article
September 2020
The catastrophic demand decline initiated by coronavirus lockdowns significantly damaged the U.S. oil industry, with oversupply, historically low storage capacity, and low prices. Operators responded by stacking rigs and shutting-in production.
Article
July 2019
Elected officials are doing their best to kill off the golden goose in two states that have benefitted mightily from the shale revolution.
News
March 12, 2018
Wood is providing construction and project management services to Discovery DJ Services across a multi-phase installation of an oil and gas gathering system, and natural gas and liquid processing facility in the Niobrara shale region (DJ Basin) of Colorado.
Article
February 2018
Shale operators are increasing U.S. crude production in response to oil prices that are, so far, trending more favorably this year, due largely to decisions by OPEC and Russia to curb production.
Article
June 2017
Multiple completion technologies can be combined in one well for a hybrid solution to improve stimulation in extended reach laterals.
Article
October 2016
“Go long” typical game plan, as key players consolidate holdings
Article
June 2016
Expanding the boundaries of ball-drop technology has led to a simple, yet effective design for reducing completion time and improving operational efficiency.
Article
October 2015
Attractive sweet-spot margins help ease pain of low prices
Article
October 2014

Production rising despite anti-drilling backlash

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