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Red River Parish

All things, people, companies, places & geology related to the Haynesville Shale play in Red River Parish.

Location: Red RIver Parish
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Long Petroleum 8 Replies

What are all these Long Petroleum leases in the Red River Parish Legal news?

Started by cocodrie man. Last reply by jkw3 Sep 16, 2014.

Drilling in DeSoto Parish and Red River Parish 10 Replies

Broadly speaking, the drilling activity in DeSoto and Red River Parishes into the Haynesville has historically been similar.  Surely, DeSoto Parish has more often than not had more rigs working than…Continue

Started by cocodrie man. Last reply by Charles Edward Luke Jun 30, 2014.

Section 20 or 17 14N 9W royalties

Wondering if anyone in section 20 14n 9w or 17 14n 9w getting paid royalties yet for the well that has been producing since June?Continue

Started by coral Dec 3, 2012.

Thorn Lake Field 7 Replies

New permits continue to be taken in Red River Parish.  Petrohawk has recently permitted two wells in the Thorn Lake Field (09-14-11).  What is the economic impetus for this?  Why do some companies…Continue

Started by cocodrie man. Last reply by Spring Branch,mineral owner May 11, 2012.

Shell Permits New Shale Gas Well in Carroll Creek Field 6 Replies

Shell has permitted a new well in Section 21 of T12N-R2W in the Carroll Creek Field.  From the permitted vertical depth it appears this will be another Bossier Shale test rather than the Haynesville…Continue

Started by Les B. Last reply by Spring Branch,mineral owner May 11, 2012.

Shell Moving Drilling Rig Into Liberty Field 8 Replies

Shell is moving the Nabors Drilling #624 onto a well site in Section 3 of T12N-R8W.  This location is farther east than any previous well in the Liberty Field and may be drilled as a Bossier Shale…Continue

Started by Les B. Last reply by Robert Duke Mar 16, 2012.

Woodardville Field Information 3 Replies

I am looking for any information about leasing or activity in the Woodardville Field.  Specifically Sections 20-14-9 and 17-14-9.Any help would be appreicated!Thanks,JaneContinue

Started by Jane Welborn. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Feb 18, 2012.

Latest Liberty Field Well Test Results (2/16/12) 3 Replies

The initial flow test results for the well in Section 12 of T12N-R9W have been posted on Sonris.  The flow test results are shown below are encouraging as they are somewhat improved over the earlier…Continue

Started by Les B. Last reply by Robert Duke Feb 17, 2012.

Red Oak Lake Field 7 Replies

Anyone know of any current leasing / drilling activity in the Red Oak Lake Field, in particular, Sections 9, 10, 15, 17, 22, T11N-R9W??Continue

Started by Louis Decell. Last reply by Thomas Hall Feb 17, 2012.

EnCana Permits New Haynesville Shale Well in Liberty Field (10/27/11) 5 Replies

After a lull in activity EnCana has permitted a new Haynesville Shale well in Section 12 of T12N-R2W.  The surface location is actually in Section 11 east of Parish Rd 139 but the lateral will be…Continue

Started by Les B. Last reply by GoshDarn Feb 2, 2012.

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Comment by Duster on June 17, 2008 at 8:37pm
Hi, My name is John and I live about 3 mi north of Coushatta on 71. I have been wanting to post some comments and information to this forum but have been to busy with company. I will have more time after this weekend. Just a couple of notes though. The DNR web site shows a drilling application hearing BRACKY BRANCH FIELD on June 17 (today).

http://dnr.louisiana.gov/CONS/CONSEREN/hearings/2008/06JUN/08-824&825ap0001.pdf

I have a few photos of the sections and aerial map. Overlay in the photo gallery of my website. I am new at this so I hope I got this right. This area will also be forced pooled. http://doingbetterthanaverage.com/photo.html

Hope this Helps
Comment by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on June 16, 2008 at 1:42pm
Take a look at this and get the word out.

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Delete ECA announced Adcock 3H in Section 15, 13N, 9W, Red River at 8 mmcfd. See map in presentation on ECA website. ECA going to drill nine more HA. wells in 2008 and will have eight rigs running by YE08.

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Permalink Reply by Haynesville 30 minutes ago
Delete It looked like from the map that the other well was in Sabine and was producing greater than 5 mmcfd...is this what you saw?

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Permalink Reply by DeSotoDude 15 minutes ago
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Delete Yes. It is close to RR/Sabine line. Go on sonris and look under "wells by organization". Encana has no wells in Sabine, but its partner, SWEPI, does.

If you take Encana in RR, HK in Bossier, Goodrich in DeSoto, CHK in Caddo, Camterra in Caddo/DeSoto and PVA in East Tx (North Carthage field), you can draw a big area. All we need is for SWEPI to announce some results in 9N, 10N and 11N to get Sabine covered.

In all, there have been 50 wells penetrate the HA. Shale so the oil companies have a lot of data. Not all wells were completed, but they know the Shale is there and they have logs and cores. If CHK, HK and Shell release production results from wells completed (8 horizontals by CHK alone), the lid will really blow off(see CEO Floyd Wilson in his speech last Wednesday in Houston on 50 bcfe/section and "no dry holes'). These guys are NOT idiots and they run public companies so you know they are being conservative.

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