Shale Gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry - Part 2

January 2014
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Shale Gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry - Part 2

At a glance

This second publication of our 3-part series shows how engineering & construction companies can align operating expenses, capital investment, and resources across development and production for greater returns in shale well development.

Optimizing the play

The successful development of tens of thousands of shale basin wells requires speedy and efficient responses to complex challenges. PwC, through its industry-focused shale gas publications, is tracking the opportunities and the rapidly evolving management practices that are aimed at addressing these issues.

To broaden the perspective, we have developed a new three-part series, Shale gas: New conventions for unconventional development for the engineering and construction industry, in which we discuss the related implications.

In this second part of our series, we outline key considerations for delivering greater returns in shale well development by aligning operating expenses, capital investment, and resources across the full portfolio of development and production.

Other reports in the Engineering and Construction shale gas series