North American Shale: Break-Even Prices Map
Over the past decade, the use of horizontal drilling with hydraulic fracturing has provided access to large volumes of oil and natural gas that were previously uneconomic to produce from low-permeability shale formations. This exclusive World Oil map details break-even prices for North America's shale plays.
Map size: 50 in. x 36 in. (folded down to 10 in. x 6 in.)
Global Refining Map
Hydrocarbon Processing's Global Refining Map provides a comprehensive overview of hydrocarbon processing facilities around the globe. The map contains additional detailed data on the global refining industry, including details on the top 50 refineries by capacity and the ten largest refinery projects under construction by capacity. This exclusive map, which contains excerpt's of key refining regions, was compiled using Hydrocarbon Processing's meticulously researched project data. The map was produced in partnership with Petroleum Economist Cartographic.
Permian Basin Map: 2nd Edition
The Permian basin of West Texas is currently the largest concentration of new drilling activity in the United States. Right now, the break-even price in the Permian is $37/bbl, as compared to $48/bbl in the rival Eagle Ford shale. The high quality and productivity of the Permian region are hard for operators to ignore, especially when it costs less to drill a top-performing well in that area.
Permian Basin Map Published in December 2017.