Shale Gas Plays

Shale developments have revolutionized the North American oil and gas industry over the past several years. Shale reserves are rapidly transforming the US energy supply equation, and hold similar promise for other countries around the globe. Each shale play has its own unique characteristics, for there are some similar critical success factors. These include a thorough understanding of the end-to-end "concept to production" value stream, effective cross-functional coordination and communication, strong integrated activity planning, clear decision-making, problem solving and ongoing continuous improvement. Evolve has been working with producers across multiple shale plays, including Eagle Ford, Marcellus, Deep Basin, Montney and Haynesville to help them to assure development objectives, reduce cycle time, improve cost performance, and increase predictability.

Case Studies

Shale Gas Play

Shale Gas Play

Driving performance and well delivery accountability through improved integrated planning, scheduling and execution
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Shale Gas Play

Shale Gas Play

Reducing the Cycle time from Rig Release to First Gas.
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Cross-Functional Team Creates the System and Processes to Ensure Return on Investment in Unconventional Shale Play

Shale Gas Play

Cross-Functional Team Creates the System and Processes to Ensure Return on Investment in Unconventional Shale Play
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Creating One “Source of Truth” to Ensure Cross-Functional Project Execution

Shale Gas Play

Creating One “Source of Truth” to Ensure Cross-Functional Project Execution
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New Leadership Behaviors Drive Cost Down 30%

Shale Gas Play

New Leadership Behaviors Drive Cost Down 30%
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Continuous Improvement Effort Drives Top Quartile Performance

Shale Gas Play

Continuous Improvement Effort Drives Top Quartile Performance
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