Edit: May 14, 2014
Material was added on May 14 to update my Eagle Ford Model, see end of post.
This is a brief update on Eagle Ford Crude plus Condensate (C+C) output through February 2014. February Eagle Ford C+C output was about 1200 kb/d by my estimate.
Figure 1- RRC Data provided by Kevin Carter
I have used my usual method of estimation where I find the percentage of total Texas(TX) C+C output that is from the Eagle Ford(EF) play (%EF/TX is the label that I use) and multiply this by the EIA’s estimate of TX C+C output. The chart shows the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) Eagle Ford estimate (EF RRC) in thousands of barrels per day (kb/d), the EF est (kb/d) as described above, the percentage of EF C+C that is condensate (EF %cond/C+C), and the %EF/TX also described above.As before I would like to thank Kevin Carter who created a method to simplify gathering the Eagle Ford data.