Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have dramatically changed the North American energy landscape over the last decade. Domestic oil and gas production continues to grow, as a rate that’s only expected to increase. Despite the growth, the industry is still within formative stages, where innovation continues and practices are often evolving.
Companies are analyzing what is and what is not working across the shale gas value chain. From strategy and financial planning to turning the bit and ultimately producing oil and gas, there are numerous steps that can benefit from improvements.
New Conventions from Unconventional Oil and Gas: Reducing the drag to achieve speed and efficiency is now available from PwC. The white paper looks at the development of unconventional oil and gas, focusing on areas ready for improvement.
PwC has identified a clear trend emerging for improvements. It focuses on three distinct steps:
- Reducing drag
- Optimizing the play
- Gaining speed and flexibility
PwC's Energy Advisory team is one of the largest professional services networks in the world with over 4,000 dedicated industry resources. The team serves more than 2,500 oil and gas clients of all sizes, including some of the world's largest oil companies.
New Conventions from Unconventional Oil and Gas: Reducing the drag to achieve speed and efficiency is available now.