The Lower 48 and Latin America accounted for ~28% of the company’s total production.
ConocoPhillips Close to Hitting Projected Growth Targets in the Eagle Ford
In the fourth quarter of 2012, Conoco’s Eagle Ford production averaged 70,000 boe/d, but grew rapidly in Q4 2012 to 100,000 boe/d. In December of 2013, Conoco announced a five year plan to invest $8 billion in the Eagle Ford and grow production to almost 150,000 boe/d by 2017.
Conoco will likely reach its goal of 150,000 boe/d from the Eagle Ford sometime in 2014 or almost three years earlier than planned.
ConocoPhillips Capital Budget in Unconventional Drilling
In 2014, Conoco will spend ~$9 billion on its North American operations. Approximately $4.3 billion will be focused on the Bakken, Eagle Ford and Niobrara Shale. In 2013, Conoco’s production in the Eagle Ford, Bakken and Permian grew 31% from ~167,000 boe/d in the fourth-quarter of 2012 to ~218,000 boe/d in 2013.
Eagle Ford Contribution to Conoco’s Reserves
The growth in unconventional drilling has contributed greatly to Conoco’s reserves.
In 2013, Conoco added 470 million boe in Lower 48, primarily in liquids-rich shale plays, including the Eagle Ford and Bakken.
ConocoPhillips Production in 2013 and Plans Moving Forward at a Glance
- ConocoPhillips Eagle Ford Shale Q4 production up ~58% from 2012 to 141,000 boe/d
- ~ 28% of ConocoPhillips Lower 48 Production is in Bakken
- $4.3 billion will be focused on the Bakken, Eagle Ford and Niobrara Shale in 2014
- 470 million boe in Lower 48 reserves added in 2013, primarily in liquids-rich shale plays, including the Eagle Ford and Bakken
- 31% production growth in Bakken, Eagle Ford and Permian to ~218,000 boe/d in Q4 2013
Read more at ConocoPhillips.com
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