Chevron’s Head of Unconventional Resources Discusses Marcellus

Chevron is the third largest acreage holder in the Utica Shale with 600,000 leased acres and fourth largest in the Marcellus with 714,000 acres. So when Chevron’s manager of unconventional resources for global drilling and completions, Michael Power, sits down for a Q&A to discuss “what’s next”–new methods and technologies the company will be using–that’s of high interest for MDN readers.

An interview of Power with Drilling Contractor magazine reveals Chevron’s strategy in the Marcellus–fewer pads with more wells and longer laterals. They’re also recycling wastewater on site for reuse in drilling and fracking. Power discusses Chevron’s under-construction Decision Support Center in Pittsburgh, government regulation, community relations and more in this enlightening interview…

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