Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. net production in the Eagle Ford during the second quarter of 2014 was 10,308 boe/d, an increase of 76% year over year. This included 9,784 bbl of liquids per day, an increase of 83% compared to the same time frame.
During the second quarter of 2014, Cabot placed 10 wells on production that have produced for at least 30 days. These wells had an average 30-day production rate of 840 boe/d per well, with a 92% oil cut from an average lateral length of 6,729 feet. Currently, Cabot has a two-rig program in the Eagle Ford.
Cabot’s Q2 Portfolio Wide Production
Across the company’s portfolio, which includes ~200,000 net acres in the Marcellus Shale, equivalent production in the second quarter of 2014 was 127.6 Bcfe, consisting of 121.8 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of natural gas and 961,000 bbl of liquids.
Cabot’s Eagle Ford Position Remains the Same in Q2
In its first quarter update, Cabot indicated that it was actively pursuing additional acreage to increase its position in the play, but no acquisitions were confirmed in the company’s second quarter update.
During the first quarter, Cabot secured ~4,000 additional net acres, and currently has ~66,000 net acre across the play, with properties principally located in Atascosa, Frio, La Salle and Zavala Counties, Texas. We’ll keep you posted if Cabot confirms any additional Eagle Ford acreage acquisitions in the coming months.
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