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Ziff's U.S. Rockies gas production outlook to 2015.

Ziff Energy Group released a report forecasting natural gas production through 2015 for the U.S. Rockies (basin-by-basin), one of the few gas-producing regions in North America that has significant growth potential.

"Higher new gas well productivity due to improvements in tight gas completion technology have more than offset reductions due to maturity of some gas basins" states Dana Bozbiciu, senior gas analyst.


The accompanying figure shows Ziff Energy's outlook for U.S. Rockies gas production through 2015:

* between 2007 and 2015, Rockies gas production will grow to almost 16 Bcf/d, up 3 Bcf/d, principally from new tight gas wells; and

* incremental new pipeline takeaway capacity and gas local gas demand increases will absorb higher production.

For information on this or other Ziff studies, contact Bill Gwozd, P.Eng., vice president, Gas Services, at (403) 234-4299 (
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Title Annotation:Newsreel; Ziff Energy Group
Publication:Pipeline & Gas Journal
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Oct 1, 2007
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