Marcellus Production Data Released – Cabot has Top 13 Producing Wells

The PA Department of Environmental Protection has just released the Marcellus production data from July to December 2013, and it continues to highlight Cabot’s record-setting production.

Highlights from the Marcellus Production data

Since this is a Cabot blog, let’s start with the excellent information about the company.

In terms of production per day for the entire state of Pennsylvania, Cabot has:

  • The Top 13 producing wells
  • 17 of the Top 20 producing wells
  • 34 of the Top 50 producing wells

It’s also clear that Northeast Pennsylvania is dominating in terms of top-producing wells. For production per day for the entire state, the northeastern area had 46 of the top producing wells.

Here’s the breakdown of the Top 50 producing wells in daily production by county:

  • Susquehanna County – 37
  • Wyoming County – 3
  • Bradford County – 3
  • Lycoming County – 3
  • Washington County – 3
  • Greene County – 1

George Stark commented on the released Marcellus production data:

The production numbers continue to show that Cabot is in the sweetest spot of the Marcellus play. Our employees’ expertise and dedication along with efficient use of technology and Cabot’s acreage holdings continue to highlight our ability to effectively produce natural gas from the Marcellus.

For a detailed chart of the Top 50 producing wells by daily production, visit Top Wells – Production Per Day at MarcellusGas.org

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Brittany Ramos

Brittany was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and attended Pennsylvania State University where she earned degrees in Public Relations and Psychology. She recently earned her Masters in Sociology from Sam Houston State University. Brittany works in the External Affairs for Cabot where she manages communications and outreach projects to community members, elected officials, media and online supporters.

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