Indigo has 4 wells permitted in DeSoto for 2 sections, 10-10N-14W and 15-10N-14W.  They have both pads built.  I heard today they are putting these off for a year.  Does anyone have any information?  Not sure how reliable the info was.  I know they built a staging pond for these already as well.  Just curious... Thanks for any info.

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The permits to drill for all four wells are good until 12/11/17 (six month permits).  Indigo is complicating our lives by drilling wells under three different names and operator codes:  Indigo Minerals, Indigo Haynesville and Indigo Resources, so it helps to be more specific than just Indigo where possible.  These wells are permitted to Indigo Haynesville. Unless you heard this from someone who works for Indigo or Brammer Engineering, I wouldn't take it as a fact.  Just a rumor.

Thanks Skip!
Prices suck. That is the answer.
Jay

Indigo Haynesville is hard to figure out.  In DeSoto they have drilled about 14 wells so far this year looking at Sonris.  Only 1 has been brought on line.  The rest are waiting for frac. There are also 11 permits open.  Seems like a big expenditure without any return.  I too wish I knew what the business plan is here.

I wish I new what their plans are for Sabine Parish as well.

I don't think Indigo has any near term plans for Sabine Parish but other Haynesville operating companies do.  These are key wells for extending development further south in Sabine.  These are latest version wells by experienced field personnel. The following are the current live permits for Sabine as of 9/8. Click on the operator code in blue to see which company holds the permit.

250174

HA RA SUZ;BSMC LA 18-7 HC

001-ALT

05-APR-17

C332

19-10N-14W

 

BENSON

250187

HA RA SUP;NABORS 13&12-10-13HC

001-ALT

19-APR-17

C441

24-10N-13W

 

BENSON

250230

JUR RA SUO;OLYMPIA MIN 2-11 HC

001-ALT

02-MAY-17

G2380

2-08N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250242

HA RA SURR;CT 4&33-9-12 HC

001-ALT

15-MAY-17

C441

4-09N-12W

 

PLEASANT HILL

250243

HA RA SURR;CT 4&33-9-12 HC

002-ALT

15-MAY-17

C441

4-09N-12W

 

PLEASANT HILL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

250322

JUR RA SUI;LA MINERALS 27-22HC

001-ALT

15-JUN-17

60046

34-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250323

JUR RA SUI;LA MINERALS 27-22HC

002-ALT

15-JUN-17

60046

34-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250324

JUR RA SUI;OLYMPIA MIN 27-22HC

001-ALT

16-JUN-17

60046

27-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250325

JUR RA SUI;OLYMPIA MIN 27-22HC

002-ALT

16-JUN-17

60046

27-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250326

JUR RA SUI;LA MINERALS 27-22HC

003-ALT

16-JUN-17

60046

34-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250370

HA RA SUPP;ARRINGTON 11&2HC

001-ALT

17-JUL-17

C3020

11-09N-14W

 

CONVERSE

250422

HA RA SUB;THOMAS GREER ETAL16H

001-ALT

11-AUG-17

G2380

16-09N-12W

 

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

250423

HA RA SUII;THOMAS GREERETAL17H

001-ALT

11-AUG-17

G2380

16-09N-12W

BAYOU SAN MIGUEL

I did receive something saying Indigo was fixing to apply for permit on 2 wells in Sabine. It's on the Sabine/desoto line. Not certain about section but it was 10N/14W.

It's not a permit, it's a spacing order.  State regulations require an application for "alternate unit wells' which must meet spacing requirements (no lateral closer than 330' from a unit boundary or an adjoining lateral).  The applicant is required to send notice letters to all mineral and surface interests in the unit and those immediately adjoining to a distance of 1000'.  Once the application is approved as a Field Order the unit operator may choose to permit the wells although the Field Order is effective indefinitely and does not require that wells be permitted.  A Field Order more often than not is followed up, eventually, with actual permits to drill and those permits are generally drilled except in unusual circumstances.

Greg, which Indigo are you looking at?  There are 3.

60052 INDIGO HAYNESVILLE LLC

Indigo also drills under the following names.  This has to do with the investors associated with each entity.  It's basically accounting purposes and the field operations are, I believe, overseen by the same staff.  Indigo Haynesville only operates Haynesville rights while Indigo Minerals drills both Haynesville and Cotton Valley wells in different units.  The first wells were recently permitted by Indigo Resources so how they will operate is not yet clear from publicly available information.

60005

INDIGO MINERALS LLC

 

60050

INDIGO RESOURCES LLC

Skip, my question is why would they invest so much in drilling and not complete the project?  It looks like they are drilling only to shut them in pending the frac.  It would seem to me that they would complete the wells and choke them down until the market is ripe for the business plan.  That way they would at least get a small return on investment while waiting for the master plan to come into play and have a better idea as to the well's production.

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