MDN Releases Vol. 3 for 2014 Marcellus/Utica Shale Databook

Databook 2014 Vol. 3MDN has just launched Volume 3 of the 2014 Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook. The Databook is a 3-volume series we issue each year, meant for companies and even serious landowners who want to know what’s happening and where in the Marcellus and Utica Shale. It contains a series of maps–one for each county throughout the northeast where permits have been issued for shale wells. On the maps we show where the permit was issued, and who (which company) it was issued to. In addition, MDN editor Jim Willis writes a number of special sections to update you on drilling and related issues, including regulatory, prices, rig and well count trends and much more. Each issue also sports special sections not repeated in the other volumes. In Vol. 3 we have a comprehensive list of Marcellus/Utica waste facilities–injection wells, landfills and more. We give you the name, location and phone number for the facility. Bang–we just saved you about 10 hours of work! Also in Vol. 3 is a special contributed section by two experts on factors influencing the production of Marcellus Shale wells–and how those factors affect a well’s decline curve…

Here’s just some of what’s in 2014 Databook Volume 3:

  • Data and maps for the last four months of 2014–September through December
  • Drilling update with charts of rig counts, well counts, price changes and more
  • Chart of permits issued by driller for 2013-2014 showing time progression by 4-month periods
  • Chart of permits issued by state/county for 2013-2014 showing time progression by 4-month periods
  • Comprehensive update of the latest regulatory and legal changes by state and federal agencies
  • Updated lease offers map, showing you where the biggest signing bonuses are being paid
  • Updated county maps showing where permits have been issued for every active county in the Marcellus/Utica
  • Comprehensive list of waste facilities–injection wells, landfills and more–that accept Marcellus/Utica waste
  • An in-depth look at how geology, well variability and technology affect Marcellus Shale well decline rates

Below is a sample of some of the pages from Vol. 3. If you want to purchase this single volume, it’s $175, which we think is a bargain (it takes around 50 hours of research and time to compile the report). If you want the full 3-volume 2014 series, we’ll sell it to you for $350 (that’s 3 for the price of 2). Our more information/order page is right here: