Friday, February 21, 2014

How To Win Bigger Than The Bakken -- Seeking Alpha -- February 21, 2014


May 7, 2020: may be living up to its namesake -- "dead." Link here, from Rigzone. If that site disappears, try here.

December 4, 2018: 60,000 bopd by 2022. Okay.

October 29, 2018: Vaca Muerta shale output projection revised -- upward! YPF SA will produce more oil and gas than originally planned over the next five years as shale output from the Vaca Muerta formation picks up 

October 25, 2017: ExxonMobil and Vaca Muerta update.

May 4, 2017: Vaca Muerta to reach 113,000 bopd by 2018 -- Wood Mackenzie. 

April 25, 2017: update; lacks infrastructure; drilling costs 30% + than in the US

March 29, 2017: update on Tenaris, $2.3 billion investment in Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale formation to drill 150 wells in the world’s second-biggest reserves of shale gas and fourth-biggest of shale oil.

September 14, 2016: BP interested in Vaca Muerta; the Permian is too expensive

June 22, 2016: the Vaca Muerta, more "muerta" than "viva"?

June 13, 2016: an update of the four shale basins in Argentina. Reports that COP will begin exploring one of them: Magallanes. 

June 4, 2016: XOM getting ready to invest $10 billion + in Vaca Muerta

March 9, 2016: update on the Vaca Muerta during the Saudi Surge / Slump

August 17, 2015: the dead cow looks like ... well, ... a dead cow.

July 16, 2015: Argentina's state oil company YPF, Pan American Energy and Wintershall will invest $38 billion over 35 years in the country's vast but mostly untapped Vaca Muerta shale formation.

January 19, 2015: the Vaca Muerta is a success
Oil production in the Argentine province of Neuquen rose 6.75 percent in the second half of 2014 from the first half, due in part to increased output at the Vaca Muerta shale field.
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This was the top story released by SeekingAlpha today. The headline caught my eye. Let's see what it's all about. The article is about a penny stock operating in the Argentina shale. I don't care about the investment angle; the update on Argentina shale, the Vaca Muerta might be worth the read. And then again, probably not.

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