LOCATIONS

CADDO PARISH

Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RA SUA; WILL 22& 27& 34-15-15HC, 001-alt, Sec. 22, T15N, R15W, Caspiana, 21556’ MD 11690’ TVD, Haynesville RA.

Claiborne Parish Will-Drill Operating LLC, CV RA SUS; DOUGLAS 19, 001, Sec. 19, T19N, R5W, Sugar Creek, 10100’ MD, CV RA.

DESOTO PARISH

Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RA SUCC; GLD 36& 1& 12-15-15HC, 001-alt, Sec. 36, T15N, R15W, Caspiana, 21011’ MD 12445’ TVD, Haynesville RA.

Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RA SUCC; GLD 36& 1& 12-15-15HC, 002-alt, Sec. 36, T15N, R15W, Caspiana, 21080’ MD 12443’ TVD, Haynesville RA.

COMPLETIONS

CADDO PARISH

COMPANY: AMA Chiles, c Edwards etal, 19: 249440. WHERE: Caddo Pine Island, S 36. T. 22N R.16W. DAILY PRODUCTION: n/a mcf gas on n/a/64 choke; 2 barrels 21 gravity condensate; 30 barrels water. PRESSURE: n/a lbs. SPECIFICS: Nacatoch perforations, 1044-1051 feet, depth, 1051 feet.

COMPANY: AMA Chiles, c Edwards etal, 20: 249441. WHERE: Caddo Pine Island, S 36. T. 22N R.16W. DAILY PRODUCTION: n/a mcf gas on n/a/64 choke; 2.5 barrels 21 gravity condensate; 40 barrels water. PRESSURE: n/a lbs. SPECIFICS: Nacatoch perforations, 10441050 feet, depth, 1050 feet.

BOSSIER PARISH

COMPANY: Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RA SUD; DAVIS 11-1511H, 002-alt: 249057. WHERE: Swan Lake, S 11. T. 15N R. 11W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 17184 mcf gas on 22/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 432 barrels water. PRESSURE: 0 lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA perforations, 12292-16871 feet, depth, 16980 feet.

DESOTO PARISH

COMPANY: Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RD CUDD; ABG 19& 1814-11HC, 001-alt: 248854. WHERE: Red River Bull Bayou, S 37. T. 14N R.11W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 16538 mcf gas on 22/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 264 barrels water. PRESSURE: 6930 lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RD & RA perforations, 1283418087 feet, depth, 18216 feet.

COMPANY: Chesapeake Operating LLC, HA RD SUDD; ABG 37& 3014-11HC, 001-alt: 248953. WHERE: Red River Bull Bayou, S 37. T. 14N R.11W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 14536 mcf gas on 22/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 393 barrels water. PRESSURE: 6305 lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RD perforations, 12811-17903 feet, depth, 18015 feet.

LINCOLN PARISH

COMPANY: MRD Operating LLC, LCV RA SUN; DOWLING 20-29-32HC, 001-alt: 248292. WHERE: Terryville, S 20. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 27818 mcf gas on 42/64 choke; 113 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 2729 barrels water. PRESSURE: 4600 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV perforations, 11032-18894 feet, depth, 19018 feet.

COMPANY: MRD Operating LLC, LCV RA SUN; DOWLING 20-29-32HC, 002-alt: 248293. WHERE: Terryville, S 20. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 33367 mcf gas on 42/64 choke; 92 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 2565 barrels water. PRESSURE: 4700 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV perforations, 11025-18802 feet, depth, 18925 feet.

COMPANY: MRD Operating LLC, LCV RA SUNN; MCCRARY 13-24-25HC, 001-alt: 248314. WHERE: Terryville, S 13. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 29153 mcf gas on 42/64 choke; 293 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 6154 barrels water. PRESSURE: 4150 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV perforations, 10890-17795 feet, depth, 17962 feet.

COMPANY: MRD Operating LLC, LCV RA SUNN; MCCRARY 14-11HC, 008-alt: 248023. WHERE: Terryville, S 14. T. 19N R. 4W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 7868 mcf gas on 42/64 choke; 384 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 6391 barrels water. PRESSURE: 2250 lbs. SPECIFICS: LCV CA perforations, 10306-17458 feet, depth, 17597 feet.

RED RIVER PARISH

COMPANY: Vine Oil & Gas LP, HA RA SUC; EF LESTER ETAL 26H, 001-alt: 249416. WHERE: Red Oak Lake, S 37. T.12N R.10W. DAILY PRODUCTION: 15300 mcf gas on 32/64 choke; 0 barrels n/a gravity condensate; 571 barrels water. PRESSURE: thru csg lbs. SPECIFICS: Haynesville RA perforations, 13358-17943 feet, depth, 13148 feet.

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Thanks, Gerald.  Appears neither Mr. James nor the firm has any experience practicing O&G law.  That's what concerns me as I suspect that case law is on the side of MRD.  In addition to a formal complaint to the Commissioner I think that lessors under MRD wells that are completed for 120 or more days and have not yet received royalty should be building a case for interest on the amounts owed once they are paid.  I also suspect that back payment will be made long before a court date is set for this suit.

I agree.  

MRD/Wildhorse has an excellent reputation in North LA 

That's what I have heard also.  That's why this seems somewhat odd.  Especially in light of the transition that is currently taking place with the change of operator.  The suit seems premature and the premise for relief weak.

I maintain silence on GHS due to my lack of intelligent input that I have to offer. I greatly appreciate the enlightening information Skip Peel provides to GHS therefore I read daily the information offered by Skip and others. This topic, on the other hand, I am compelled to speak up on due to the lawsuit filed by Chris Bowman names Hunter Resources in the Suit. I am a land owner in section 1-18-4 and have had frequent dealings with MRD. My (Landman) representative of MRD is Hunter Resources. As a landowner, I have had very favorable business dealings with Hunter Resources and anticipate nothing less in the future. Hunter Resources was forthright in all transactions between MRD and my interest. I have heard frequent reports from neighbors experiencing overdue royalty payments (Beyond 90 days follow production) from MRD but fail to see how Hunter Resources should be held accountable. It has come to my attention that Chris Bowman is seeking support from landowners in the area to support his agenda. Chris will not get my support as long as Hunter Resources’ is named in the suit. I agree with Skip on this issue, if MRD is failing to follow a said agreement in a lease (or rule set by the state) on timely royalty disbursements, I’m glad a royalty owner is speaking out. My objection is, we need not drag a company like Hunter Resources into the suit. Being innocent of allegations levied against Hunter Resources still cost the company in legal representation and, in some peoples mind, a presumption of guilt.

Lucky you have this one figured out.

Lucky for all of us.

I couldn't agree more. Hunter Resources has been nothing but professional. I certainly think Hunter Resources is being dragged through the MRD mud. 

I've received some off site contacts from Ruston area associates who corroborate some of the allegations in the suit.  By the way they share the opinion regarding Hunter Temple (Hunter Temple Resources).  I would like to get more input from members who are MRD lessors and I think the way to do that is to start a new discussion in the Lincoln Parish Group.  I'll start one and invite those in this discussion to participate.

Chris can you post a link to the suit in the new discussion?  I can't link it from your discussion reply.

Link to Lincoln Parish discussion:  http://www.gohaynesvilleshale.com/group/lincolnparish/forum/topics/...

what is Hunter Resources?  The lawsuit says coercion.  Strong statement.

Since our discussion is now focused on a subject other than the one contained in the title, I will close it and request further comments be posted in the Lincoln Parish discussion.

Who is Hunter Resources?

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