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Lessons From The Fayetteville

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Steve Toon
January 1, 2014

After nine years and more than 3,000 wells, Southwestern Energy Corp.'s senior vice president of the Fayetteville shale division questions whether “harvest mode” accurately describes the company's phase of drilling in what most would consider one of the more mature resource plays. He outright dismisses the idea that the program is now a “cookie cutter.”

“We're in development mode,” says Jack Bergeron, “but we continue to learn new things all the time that enhances the value of our assets. It's an evolution.”

Houston-based Southwestern, a $13.5-billion company, is built on ...

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