The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has released its slide show updating leading indicators in the oil and gas industry.

The bank’s upstream survey respondents pegged breakeven prices for new wells in the nation’s basins in a range from $47 to $55 per barrel. The Midland Basin ranked lowest at $47. The category for Other U.S. non-shale was the highest at $55 per barrel.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

 

Shut-in prices for existing wells ranged from $25 per barrel in the Midland Basin to $40 for Other U.S. non-shale.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

 

Production stats follow.  You can view the Dallas central bank’s full slide show here.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Source: Federal Re...


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