The EIA has released its latest Drilling Productivity Report. There were some interesting data presented in the report.
They say the Bakken peaked at 1,311,703 barrels per day in March and will have declined by 74,763 bpd in July.
The EIA says the Bakken will get 51,000 barrels per day in July from new wells but legacy wells will decline by 80,000 barrels per day leaving a decline of 29,000 bpd.
The EIA says Eagle Ford peaked in 1,711,376 barrels per day in March and will have declined by a total of 117,971 bpd in July.
The EIA says Eagle Ford will get 90,000 bpd from new wells in July but the decline from legacy wells will be 139,000 bpd leaving a decline of 49,000 bpd.
The EIA says Niobrara peaked in March at 459,861 bpd and will have declined by 49,712 bpd by July.
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