Dallas, Texas-based Matador Resources hit record production levels portfolio-wide in the second-quarter of 2014, thanks mostly to its Eagle Ford Shale production. The company recorded a 30% quarter-on-quarter production increase to 15,424 boe/d, and a 46% increase year-over-year.
During the quarter, approximately 54% of the company’s natural gas production was liquids-rich natural gas, primarily from the Eagle Ford Shale. That’s a jump compared to the year ago quarter when Matador’s liquids-rich natural gas cut for its natural gas production was around 33%.
Matador’s Permian Assets Help Boost Company Production
Matador’s most significant oil producing assets are in the Eagle Ford Shale, but the company is also active in the Permian Basin, in West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico. During the quarter, the oil-rich Permian helped Matador achieve record oil production, representing an increase of 21% quarter-on-quarter to ~8,900 b/d.
Matador Eagle Ford Position Growing Larger in 2014
Since the beginning of the year, Matador has acquired approximately 3,100 gross (2,900 net) acres in South Texas prospective for the Eagle Ford Shale in La Salle, Karnes and southern Atascosa Counties. According to company officials, the acreage has the potential to add up to 75 additional gross drilling locations to the company’s South Texas development program.
Matador Eagle Ford Q2 2014 Operations Update
Matador had two drilling rigs operating in South Texas during the second quarter of 2014. During the quarter, the company completed and began producing from nine gross (6.2 net) Eagle Ford wells, including six gross (5.4 net) operated and three gross (0.8 net) non-operated Eagle Ford wells. Matador completed three operated Eagle Ford wells on its Northcut lease and two wells on its Martin Ranch lease in La Salle County and one well on its Lyssy lease in southern Wilson County. The three non-operated wells were completed on its Troutt lease in La Salle County.
As of August 6, 2014, Matador had two drilling rigs operating in the Eagle Ford. One of the rigs is on the company’s Lyssy lease in southernWilson County and one is on its Pawelek lease in Karnes County.
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