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Leased By Devon

A place for networking and discussion among those who have leased their acreage to Devon Energy. Discuss all things pertaining to leasing, drilling, production & post production on your property.

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Latest Activity: Jun 5, 2013

Welcome to "Leased by Devon." The goal with these "Leased by" groups is to provide a place for constructive networking and discussion. For better or worse (I hope for the better), many of us have become business partners with a producer. Now, is the time to initiate helpful discourse. Your success, literally, depends on it. Certainly, criticisms will have a place, but keep it constructive. Thank you. (from Keith M.'s L.B.P. site)

Discussion Forum

Devon Bell 1H, Alexander H. Gates Survey A-251, Shelby, County 2 Replies

Started by Sharon E. Samford. Last reply by darnetta lawson Jun 5, 2013.

well head gas price 23 Replies

Started by king john. Last reply by GoshDarn Jun 5, 2013.

Wells leased from REA by Devon

Started by Robert E. Anderson Apr 19, 2013.

Lease Expiration 13 Replies

Started by Kaye Fink. Last reply by JE Palmer Apr 6, 2011.

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Comment by Steve on November 30, 2012 at 8:38am

Devon has been criticized by many for its timid approach in the TMS. Their program of short laterals and low # proppant in all its TMS wells has produced lackluster results in comparison to Encana and Goodrich - yet Devon continued to drill and complete numerous wells in the same manner with the same results - now it is rumored that they are pulling out of the TMS. Anyone know why their approach never changed even when others around them were having success with longer laterals and 2-3x the proppant? I realize cost is a factor but if you know these wells are expensive to drill,why continue to drill on the cheap and get poor results while others are doing the opposite all around you?

Comment by Texas Landman on July 31, 2012 at 6:42pm

Anybody here leased by Devon in Houston County?

Comment by Sharon E. Samford on July 29, 2010 at 9:33am
Asking for information on Devon's Bell 1H in the Alexander H. Gates Survey A251, Shelby County, Texas. Last rumor was it has been permitted, pad in place and drilling scheduled to begin July 24th...would appreciate any info...thanks,
Sharon Samford
Comment by Bsmit on July 12, 2010 at 9:01am
Everyone needs to choke back to get some gas off the market so we can get the price back up to a level that will sustain continued drilling. $4.00 dollar gas is not good for the operator or the royalty owner.
Comment by DJG on June 19, 2010 at 4:07am
Just wanted to make sure y'all have caught this discussion posted by JHH. Dow Jones article where Devon confirms that they are experimenting with choking back the initital production on thier most recent E.TX wells with the goal of improved long-term performance:

http://www.gohaynesvilleshale.com/forum/topics/choking-back-gas-wel...
 

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