Utica Shale

Operations Overview

The Utica Shale is located in the Appalachian Basin of the United States and Canada. The Utica Shale is a rock unit comprised of organic rich calcareous black shale that was deposited about 440 million to 460 million years ago during the Late Ordovician period. It overlies the Trenton Limestone and is located a few thousand feet below the Marcellus Shale.

The Point Pleasant formation, a submember of the lower part of the Utica interval, is the primary target of the play.

Horizontal drilling, combined with multistage hydraulic fracturing to create permeable flow paths from wellbores into shale units, has unlocked the resource potential of the play.

"The phenomenal success we have achieved in the Utica Shale has solidified our position as a leading player in the prolific Appalachian Basin."

By The Numbers

Utica Shale

~1.7 Net Tcfe

Net proved reserves

Utica Shale

~193,000 Net Acres

Focused within the core of the dry, wet gas and condensate windows of the Utica Point Pleasant

Utica Shale

1 Rig

Currently running one gross operated rigs

Utica Shale

822 MMcfepd

Production during the first quarter of 2021