Rystad Energy, the energy knowledge house, announced the launch of their ShaleIntel Reports, covering supply and demand of key service segments of the US shale industry.
The reports cover the driving mechanisms behind drilling and completion activity, detailed analysis and forecast of the global frac services market, and US frac sand.
“The push into covering the service market on US shale creates a new dimension for Rystad Energy on market analysis, valuation and strategic discussions within our shale coverage. For the next decade, global oil and gas markets hinges on the capacity of the shale service industry. We have therefore developed the most detailed insights into the American fracking market and this intelligence is now made accessible for the industry,” says Per Magnus Nysveen, Head of Analysis at Rystad Energy.
The ShaleIntel team led by Ryan Carbrey, SVP Shale Research, uses advanced methodology incorporating interviews with on-the-ground field experts, market research and proprietary data from NASWellCube. The reports are delivered in combination with regular commentaries and webinars on market moving news, and access ability to the underlying data and analyst interaction.
The five-year-forecast reports can answer questions on trending drilling efficiencies, hydraulic equipment availability, ownerships and location, well activity trends, frac sand demand levels, proppant intensity trends as well as shale play breakeven price studies, to mention a few.
Rystad Energy has become a key source for shale intelligence and has produced a strong portfolio of both well data tools and reports covering the depth of the shale spectrum.
Link to website: https://www.rystadenergy.com/products/nas-solutions/shaleintel/
Ryan Carbrey is available for interviews and meetings.