Cabot Oil & Gas & The Marcellus – An “Unstoppable” Combination

UnstoppableCabot Oil & Gas continues to exceed expectations and, well, impress just about everybody! Yesterday Cabot issued an operations update. Among the highlights: They’ve just completed a 10-well pad in Susquehanna County (dry gas portion of the Marcellus). Calling it, “the new standard for operational efficiencies and technological advancement,” Cabot said the 10-well pad was completed with 170 frac stages and had a combined peak production rate of a huge 201 million cubic feet (Mmcf) per day. That’s an average of 20.1 Mmcf/d per well for all 10 wells! This is exciting stuff folks.

In addition to the excellent Marcellus news, Cabot announced they’ve sold more of their mid-continent “non-core” assets, bringing the total to $325 million worth of non-core assets this year. A good share of that money is being invested in the Marcellus. Below we have the full Cabot press release, the Cabot investor slide deck (with some great charts and maps), and energy analyst Robert Zeit’s key takeaways from yesterday’s update…

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