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Rig Count: U.S. +5 to 940...Which LA Play(s) Gained 2 Rigs?

Louisiana gained 2 rigs, but the Haynesville is down -1. Anybody know which play picked up rigs?

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)

6 Oct 3
Reply by Jay

Caribbean Power Failures Spur Push For Renewable Energy

Severe power failures in Puerto Rico and across the Caribbean spur new push for renewable energy By Chris Mooney September 28   Energy and…

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman

0 Sep 28

Increased Drilling on Non-Core Haynesville Acreage

Over the years, the Haynesville’s significance to the natural gas industry has come in waves. In 2008 many predicted it would be the play t…

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)

0 Sep 28

Sabine Pass Train 4 Ready

Sabine Pass LNG train 4 ready for long-term service 26 Sep 2017, 9.01 pm GMT Houston, 26 September (Argus) — Cheniere Energ…

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman

3 Sep 27
Reply by Jay

Exxon commits to cut methane regardless of changes in regulations

ExxonMobil Moves To Cut Methane Emissions Ed Crooks, Financial Times  Tuesday, September 26 ExxonMobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) has launched a pla…

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman

0 Sep 26

Comstock Shutting in Wells in the Logansport Area

I talked to corporate office of Comstock Resources last Friday. I had noticed my 2 wells were absent from last monthly production statement…

Started by Caroline Warren Babbitt

8 Sep 25
Reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman

Request info for XTO - BSI/USFS F6 wells

Happy Labor day 2017 everyone, I am seeking completion information for 2 wells that spud on April 17 and June 13 - the BSI/USFS F6 H4 and…

Started by Neal Stover

2 Sep 19
Reply by Neal Stover

Fossil Fuel Use Expected to Increase

Global energy consumption will increase 28% between 2015 and 2040, with fossil fuels still providing the bulk, 77%, of the energy consumpt…

Started by JHH

0 Sep 18

Halcon Closed In Wells

Anyone know why Halcon has closed in three producing wells in the TMS. Black Stone 4H #2, Horseshoe Hill 11-22H and George Martens et al, a…

Started by Recordman

1 Sep 17
Reply by Jay

Recent Long Laterals

When you look at the recent long lateral completions in the Haynesville, it is easy to draw the conclusion that they will be the predominan…

Started by Jay

9 Sep 13
Reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman


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