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シェール(タイト)オイルにおける主要企業20社:競合情勢分析

The 20 Leading Companies in Shale (Tight) Oil 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis

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シェール(タイト)オイルにおける主要企業20社:競合情勢分析 The 20 Leading Companies in Shale (Tight) Oil 2014: Competitive Landscape Analysis
出版日: 2014年09月08日 ページ情報: 英文 160 Pages
概要

世界の主要な石油・ガス企業はそのE&P(探鉱開発)資本支出予算をリスクが少ない見込みの米国におけるシェール(タイト)オイル開発へと移しています。シェールオイル開発への支出額は2014年までに682億米ドルに達すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、世界のシェール(タイト)オイル市場について調査し、市場の概要、米国市場の分析、および主要20社の詳細なプロファイルを提供しています。

第1章 本書の概要

第2章 イントロダクション:シェール(タイト)オイル市場

  • 技術およびシェール(タイト)オイル産業の歴史
  • シェール(タイト)オイル埋蔵量

第3章 世界のシェール(タイト)オイル市場

  • 石油価格の力学、タイトオイルのエコノミクス、最終的な回復・減退曲線の推計
  • 有力なシェール(タイト)オイル市場:米国 - 促進因子・阻害因子

第4章 シェール(タイト)オイル市場の主要20社

  • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
    • 概要、戦略およびシェール(タイト)オイル事業
    • SWOT分析
    • 将来の展望
  • Apache Corporation
  • Chesapeake Energy
  • Chevron
  • Concho Resources
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Continental Resources
  • Devon Energy
  • EOG Resources
  • EP Energy
  • ExxonMobil
  • Hess Corporation
  • Marathon Oil
  • Murphy Oil
  • Newfield Exploration Company
  • Noble Energy
  • Occidental Petroleum
  • Pioneer Natural Resources
  • Royal Dutch Shell
  • Whiting Petroleum

第5章 シェール(タイト)オイル市場のPEST分析

  • 政治的要因
  • 経済的要因
  • 社会的要因
  • 技術的要因

第6章 専門家の見解

第7章 結論・提言

  • シェール(タイト)オイル市場における企業の展望
  • 主な調査結果

第8章 用語

図表

目次

Leading oil and gas companies across the world continue to migrate their E&P capital expenditure budgets toward the now de-risked prospect of shale (tight) oil development in the US. By 2014, visiongain estimates that $68.2bn will be spent on shale (tight) oil development. The production of these assets produces an ever-more predictable return on investment and does not come with the political and/or security risk of E&P for some locations around the world. The US remains by far the dominant market for investment and the presence of the supply chain, expertise and equipment within America to develop these assets enhances the predictability of returns. Technological risk is no longer present with the development of the hydrocarbons from shale in the US; this allows these resources to compete for investment with other areas of a company's portfolio, e.g. deepwater E&P and oil sands. As prime acreage positions in the US become congested and increase in value, companies are looking to well designs, fracturing techniques and completion efficiencies to expand their operations and the percentage returned on capital invested.

Escalating company involvement in the industry is broadly uniform, with leading major independent oil and gas companies either making the development of oil from tight assets the core part of their operations for the indefinite future or the engine for the next wave of offshore or international E&P activity likely in the first half of the 2020's.

International oil companies are also increasingly involved. Their cash flows and expertise makes the next wave of development from the shale (tight) oil industry one that they will primarily control: the non-US space and most further technological development. The development of shale (tight) oil reserves in the non-US space is still in its infancy and is only now beginning to have an impact on who populates our leading companies report (by capital expenditure on tight oil development efforts). Argentina, Canada and Russia are the leading prospects in this regard and will experience the greatest growth in terms of capital expenditure over the next five years. This will likely see an ever greater percentage of IOC capital budget devoted to tight oil development, bringing these companies in line with some of the major independents populating the US market space.

Our 20 leading companies in the shale (tight) oil market report profiles the major players in this segment of the oil & gas industry, analysing their current involvement in the market, assessing their future prospects and detailing their capital expenditure on shale (tight) oil development. The report also quantifies the total amount expended by other companies outside of the top 20 profiled and analysed here.

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    • The report provides detailed shale (tight) oil CAPEX (USD) information for the 20 leading companies in the market, detailing each company's current position in the market and their longer term outlook.
    • Read about each company's acreage positioning, shale (tight) oil spending as a percentage of total company spending and, where possible, see a breakdown of each company's capital expenditure by play.
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    • Vicky Steiner, Executive Director of the North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties
    • Professor Wallace Tyner, Energy Economist with the Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University
    • Kari Cutting, Vice President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council
  • Learn about the global shale (tight) oil industry with our comprehensive introduction to the market
    • Discover the extent of global shale (tight) oil resources and the regions in which they are located.
    • Be provided with a comparison of the major North American shale plays, along with information on shale (tight) oil output in the US.
    • Read our assessment of the economics of shale (tight) oil drilling and completion, including information on the impact of price trends on shale (tight) oil expenditure
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    • Examine each of the leading 20 companies' shares of the shale (tight) oil market in 2014, together with the share of the market held by companies outside of the top 20.
    • Discover how much each company is spending on shale (tight) oil in 2014 as a percentage of their total capital expenditure and learn about the most favourable shale plays and the reasons behind this.
    • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
    • Apache Corporation
    • Chesapeake Energy
    • Chevron
    • Concho Resources
    • ConocoPhillips
    • Continental Resources
    • Devon Energy
    • EOG Resources
    • EP Energy
    • ExxonMobil
    • Hess Corporation
    • Marathon Oil
    • Murphy Oil
    • Newfield Exploration Company
    • Noble Energy
    • Occidental Petroleum
    • Pioneer Natural Resources
    • Royal Dutch Shell
    • Whiting Petroleum
  • Explore the factors affecting shale (tight) oil developers and everyone within the value chain. Learn about the forces influencing market dynamics.
    • Explore the political, economic, social, and technological (PEST) issues influencing the shale (tight) oil market. Discover what the present and future outlook for businesses will be. Learn about the following business critical issues -
    • Government regulation and legislation
    • Supply and demand dynamics
    • The importance of oil prices
    • Technological factors influencing the market
    • Environmental issues
    • Market driver and restraints

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Table of Contents

1. Report Overview

  • 1.1. The Shale (Tight) Oil Market Overview
  • 1.2. Market Definition & Methodology
    • 1.2.1. Defining Shale Oil & Tight Oil
    • 1.2.2. Market Definition
    • 1.2.3. Methodology
  • 1.3. The Leading Twenty Shale (Tight) Oil Companies 2014
  • 1.4. Why You Should Read This Report
  • 1.5. Highlights of this Report
  • 1.6. Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
  • 1.7. Who is This Report For
  • 1.8. Associated Visiongain Reports
  • 1.9. About Visiongain

2. Introduction to the Shale (Tight) Oil Market

  • 2.1. Technology & Shale (Tight) Oil Industry History
    • 2.1.2. Shift to Shale Oil from Shale (tight) oil
  • 2.2. Shale (Tight) Oil Reserves

3. Global Shale (Tight) Oil Market

  • 3.1. Oil Price Dynamics, Tight Oil Economics, Estimated Ultimate Recovery and Decline Curves
  • 3.2. Dominant Shale (Tight) Oil Market: The US - Drivers & Restraints

4. The Leading 20 Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market

  • 4.1. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
    • 4.1.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.1.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.1.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.2. Apache Corporation
    • 4.2.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.2.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.2.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.3. Chesapeake Energy
    • 4.3.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.3.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.3.4. Future Outlook
  • 4.4. Chevron
    • 4.4.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.4.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.4.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.5. Concho Resources
    • 4.5.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.5.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.5.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.6. ConocoPhillips
    • 4.6.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.6.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.6.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.7. Continental Resources
    • 4.7.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.7.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.7.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.8. Devon Energy
    • 4.8.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.8.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.8.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.9. EOG Resources
    • 4.9.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.9.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.9.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.10. EP Energy
    • 4.10.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.10.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.10.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.11. ExxonMobil
    • 4.11.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.11.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.11.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.12. Hess Corporation
    • 4.12.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.12.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.12.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.13. Marathon Oil
    • 4.13.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.13.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.13.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.14. Murphy Oil
    • 4.14.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.14.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.14.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.15. Newfield Exploration Company
    • 4.15.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.15.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.15.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.16. Noble Energy
    • 4.16.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.16.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.16.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.17. Occidental Petroleum
    • 4.17.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.17.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.17.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.18. Pioneer Natural Resources
    • 4.18.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.18.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.18.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.19. Royal Dutch Shell
    • 4.19.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.19.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.19.3. Future Outlook
  • 4.20. Whiting Petroleum
    • 4.20.1. Overview, Strategy & Shale (Tight) Oil Operations
    • 4.20.2. SWOT Analysis
    • 4.20.3. Future Outlook

5. PEST Analysis of the Shale (Tight) Oil Market

  • 5.1. Political Factors
    • 5.1.1. Energy Security
    • 5.1.2. Government Regulation and Legislation
    • 5.1.3. Job Creation and Tax Income
  • 5.2. Economic Factors
    • 5.2.1. Oil Price
    • 5.2.2. Growing Global Oil Demand
  • 5.3. Social Factors
    • 5.3.1. Environmental Concerns
    • 5.3.2. Reliance on Fossil Fuels
  • 5.4. Technological Factors
    • 5.4.1. Pad Drilling & Downspacing
    • 5.4.2. EUR Debate
    • 5.4.3. Lack of Expertise and Infrastructure Outside of North America

6. Expert Opinion

  • 6.1. North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Production Counties (NDAOGPC)
    • 6.1.1. The Role of the NDAOGPC
    • 6.1.2. Mission of NDAOGPC
    • 6.1.3. Issues Arising from Oil & Gas Development in North Dakota
    • 6.1.4. North Dakota Legacy Fund
    • 6.1.5. Crude Oil Transportation, Safety and Rail
    • 6.1.6. Community Relations with the Oil & Gas Industry
    • 6.1.7. Anticipated Population Changes in North Dakota
    • 6.1.8. Community Outreach Initiatives
    • 6.1.9. State Tribe Relations Regarding Oil Development
    • 6.1.10. The Relationship Between Farming and Oil & Gas Industries
  • 6.2. Professor Wallace Tyner - Purdue University
    • 6.2.1. Shale Oil & Gas Industry
    • 6.2.2. Benefits of US Shale Oil & Gas Industry
    • 6.2.3. US Oil and Condensate Exports
    • 6.2.4. Gas Exports
    • 6.2.5. Oil Supply and Related North American Developments
    • 6.2.6. Shale Oil Development Break-Even Points
    • 6.2.7. Reaction From Industry to Shale (tight) oil Analysis
  • 6.3. North Dakota Petroleum Council
    • 6.3.1. The Work of the North Dakota Petroleum Council
    • 6.3.2. Aims of the North Dakota Petroleum Council
    • 6.3.3. The Oil & Gas Industry and North Dakota Regulation
    • 6.3.4. Natural Gas Flaring in North Dakota
    • 6.3.5. Crude-by Rail
    • 6.3.6. Company Engagement with North Dakota
    • 6.3.7. Midstream Developments in North Dakota
    • 6.3.8. Industry and Government Agenda in North Dakota Going Forward

7. Conclusions & Recommendations

  • 7.1. Outlook for Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market
  • 7.2. Key Findings

8. Glossary

List of Tables

  • Table 1.1: The Leading Twenty Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market 2013 & 2014 (Rank, CAPEX $m, Market Share %)
  • Table 2.1: Shale Oil Reserves - Top 10 Countries
  • Table 3.1: Unconventional Oil Supply Costs
  • Table 3.2: Dominant US Tight Oil Market Drivers & Restraints
  • Table 4.i: The Leading Twenty Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market 2014 (Rank, CAPEX in 2013 ($m) & CAPEX in 2014 ($m))
  • Table 4.1: Anadarko (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.2: Anadarko Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.3: SWOT Analysis of Anadarko
  • Table 4.4: Apache Corporation (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.5: Apache Corporation Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.6: SWOT Analysis of Apache Corporation
  • Table 4.7: Chesapeake Energy (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.8: Chesapeake Energy Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.9: SWOT Analysis of Chesapeake Energy
  • Table 4.10: Chevron (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.11: Chevron Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.12: SWOT Analysis of Chevron
  • Table 4.13: Concho Resoures (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.14: Concho Resources Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.15: SWOT Analysis of Concho Resources
  • Table 4.16: ConocoPhillips (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.17: ConocoPhillips Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.18: SWOT Analysis of ConocoPhillips
  • Table 4.19: Continental Resources (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.20: Continental Resources Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.21: SWOT Analysis of EOG Resources
  • Table 4.22: Devon Energy (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.23: Devon Energy Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.24: SWOT Analysis of Devon Energy
  • Table 4.25: EOG Resources (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.26: EOG Resources Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.27: SWOT Analysis of EOG Resources
  • Table 4.28: EP Energy (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.29: EP Energy Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.30: SWOT Analysis of EP Energy
  • Table 4.31: ExxonMobil (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.32: ExxonMobil Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.33: SWOT Analysis of ExxonMobil
  • Table 4.34: Hess Corporation (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.35: Hess Corporation Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.36: SWOT Analysis of Hess Corporation
  • Table 4.37: Marathon Oil (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.38: Marathon Oil Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.39: SWOT Analysis of Marathon Oil
  • Table 4.40: Murphy Oil (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.41: Murphy Oil Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.42: SWOT Analysis of Murphy Oil
  • Table 4.43: Newfield Exploration (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.44: Newfield Exploration Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.45: SWOT Analysis of Newfield Exploration Company
  • Table 4.46: Noble Energy (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.47: Noble Energy's Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.48: SWOT Analysis of Noble Energy
  • Table 4.49: Occidental Petroleum (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.50: Occidental Petroleum Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.51: SWOT Analysis of Occidental Petroleum
  • Table 4.52: Pioneer Natural Resources (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.53: Pioneer Natural Resources Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.54: SWOT Analysis of Pioneer Natural Resources
  • Table 4.55: Royal Dutch Shell (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.56: Royal Dutch Shell Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.57: SWOT Analysis of Royal Dutch Shell
  • Table 4.58: Whiting Petroleum (Total CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), Shale (Tight) Oil CAPEX 2013 & 2014 ($m), % CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil in 2013 & 2014, Market Share of CAPEX on Shale (Tight) Oil 2013 & 2014, Market Rank 2014)
  • Table 4.59: Whiting Petroleum Active Shale (Tight) Oil Formation Acreage (Net Acres)
  • Table 4.60: SWOT Analysis of Whiting Petroleum
  • Table 5.1: PEST Analysis of the Shale (Tight) Oil Market 2014

List of Figures

  • Figure 1.1: US Crude Oil Production by Type (mmbpd, API Gravity), 2011-2013 (History), 2014-2015 (Forecast)
  • Figure 2.1: Henry Hub Natural Gas Price ($/MMBtu), April 2004-April 2014
  • Figure 2.2: US Oil Production, 1980-2013 (000's bpd)
  • Figure 2.3: US Shale & Tight Oil Production, 2000-2013 (000's bpd)
  • Figure 2.4: US Onshore Oil and Gas Rig Count 2004-2014 (Rigs, % of Total Gas vs. Oil)
  • Figure 3.1: WTI & Brent Spot FOB ($/bbl), January 2006 - May 2014
  • Figure 3.2: Texas Industrial Water Demand 2010 (% Share)
  • Figure 4.i: The Leading Twenty Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market 2013 (CAPEX $m, Market Share %)
  • Figure 4.ii: The Leading Twenty Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market 2014 (Capex $m, Market Share %)
  • Figure 4.iii: The Leading Twenty Companies in the Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share Change, 2013 to 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.1: Anadarko Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.2: Apache Corporation Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.3: Chesapeake Energy Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.4: Chevron (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.6: ConocoPhillips Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.5: Concho Resources (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.7: Continental Resources Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.8: Devon Energy Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.9: EOG Resources Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.11: ExxonMobil Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.12: Hess Corporation Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.13: Marathon Oil Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.14: Murphy Oil Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.15: Newfield Exploration Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.16: Noble Energy Corporation Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.17: Occidental Petroleum Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.18: Pioneer Natural Resources Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.19: Royal Dutch Shell Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)
  • Figure 4.20: Whiting Petroleum Shale (Tight) Oil Market Share 2013 & 2014 (%)

Companies Listed

  • Americas Petrogas
  • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
  • Apache Corporation
  • Baker Hughes
  • BASF
  • BHP Billiton
  • BNK Petroleum
  • BP
  • Canacol Energy
  • Canadian Natural Resources (CNRL)
  • CenterPoint Energy
  • Chesapeake Energy
  • Chesapeake Midstream Partners
  • Chevron
  • CNOOC
  • Concho Resources
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Continental Resources
  • Devon Energy
  • Emery Refining
  • Enervest/EVEP
  • ENI
  • EOG Resources
  • EP Energy
  • ExxonMobil
  • GazpromNeft
  • GE
  • Geosouthern Energy
  • Hess Corporation
  • Jana Partners
  • Kinder Morgan
  • Kodiak Oil & Gas
  • Magellan Midstream Partners
  • Marathon Oil
  • Marathon Petroleum
  • Murphy Oil
  • Murphy USA
  • Newfield Exploration
  • Noble Energy
  • Oasis Petroleum
  • Occidental
  • Phillips 66
  • Pioneer Natural Resources
  • Premier Silica
  • Reliance Industries Limited
  • Repsol
  • Rosneft
  • Royal Dutch Shell
  • Sanchez Energy
  • Statoil
  • Sumitomo Corp.
  • Uinta Resources
  • Western Energy Partners LP
  • Whiting Petroleum (acquiring Kodiak Oil & Gas)
  • Woodside
  • XTO Energy
  • YPF

Government Agencies and Other Organisation Mentioned in This Report

  • Duke University
  • EIA - US Energy Information Administration
  • Islamic State
  • NERA
  • New York Stock Exchange - NYSE
  • North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties
  • North Dakota House of Representatives
  • OPEC - Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries
  • Purdue University
  • SEC - Security and Exchange Commission
  • Texas Christian University
  • Texas Railroad Commission
  • The Sierra Club
  • UND - University of North Dakota
  • University of Maryland
  • US Department of Commerce
  • US Department of Energy
  • USDA - US Department of Agriculture
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