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Comment by jffree1 on March 14, 2011 at 6:16pm

XTO still has 8 rigs down here but they are scattered over three counties.  Exco and EOG are still fairly busy in Nac. and San Augustine but I think they will have most of the HBP drilling finished up this year so if the gas price doesn't improve later this year, I think you will see a lot of rigs moving out of the trough.

Devon and a few others are drilling CV wells up north where they have a chance at finding a little condensate.  And, there is a huge rumor running through Harrison and Panola that someone brought in a nice  oil well.  Nothing substantial to back it up yet, though, so stay tuned...

Comment by adubu on March 14, 2011 at 5:07pm
jfree1--- it maybe the location of NW Shelby more than anything plus you are correct Devon like all the others are following oil and gas with good liquids and the east texas shale is dry gas and moving out of marginal play at 3.75 NG prices--will need $7+ to come back. Most are still active in the south west shelby into san augustine and SE Nacgodoches county where they are finding well 15-20 mmcf+ IPs
Comment by jffree1 on March 14, 2011 at 4:37pm
Carl, I am hearing the same story all over this area and not just NW Shelby County.  Devon isn't keen on drilling for Haynesville gas at the moment.
Comment by Carl L Ward on March 14, 2011 at 2:30pm
So is Devon still leasing?  They did not exercise the option on my land SE of Tenaha near Old Home community.
Comment by jffree1 on March 14, 2011 at 12:56pm
adubu, I haven't sifted through the reports to try to determine which are Bossier completions and XTO never tells. 
Comment by adubu on March 14, 2011 at 9:07am
jffree1----are all the XTO wells IP completions  Haynesville or some Bossier Shale?
Comment by jffree1 on March 13, 2011 at 3:45pm

Where you been, intrepid?  I posted all of the XTO wells last month:-).

 

http://www.gohaynesvilleshale.com/group/shelbycounty/forum/topics/x...

 

ETDR needs to tighten up.

Comment by intrepid on March 13, 2011 at 1:26pm

WOW:

• The Mountaineers DU Well No. 1H hit 18,000 feet four miles southeast of Shelbyville and potentialed 4.285 million cubic feet of gas on a 15/64-inch choke.

• The Badgers DU Well No. 1H hit 18,938 feet 3.6 miles southwest of Shelbyville and potentialed 4.829 million cubic feet of gas on a 14/64-inch choke.

• The Utes DU Well No. 1H hit 18,250 feet 9.5 miles southwest of Shelbyville and potentialed 11.338 million cubic feet of gas on a 18/64-inch choke.

• The Buckeyes DU Well No. 1H hit 18,83 feet nine miles southwest of Shelbyville and potentialed 6.122 million cubic feet of gas on a 19/64-inch choke.

• The Ducks DU Well No. 1H hit 19,730 feet 3.5 miles southwest of Shelbyville and potentialed 8.336 million cubic feet of gas on a 15/64-inch choke.

• The Lumberjacks DU Well No. 1H hit 17,661 feet 8.5 miles southeast of Center and potentialed 6.236 million cubic feet of gas on a 17/64-inch choke.

• The Bruins DU Well No. 1H hit 18,657 feet 8.8 miles southeast of Center and potentialed 7.842 million cubic feet of gas on a 17/64-inch choke. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.

Chesapeake completed the Hurst Well No. 1H to 18,082 feet 2.1 miles northwest of Shelbyville in the Carthage Field. This well potentialed 3.743 million cubic feet of gas on a 14/64-inch choke. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.

Comment by jffree1 on February 5, 2011 at 8:29pm
R. Ward, if you want to post a question as a new discussion, scroll up from this box to the bottom of the listed discussions and click on +Start Discussion.  A new page will open where you can type your question and give it a title.  When you are finished, click on SAVE and the new topic will appear at the top of the discussion list.  If you want to change something later you can go back and choose EDIT under the OPTIONS button and it will open again so you can make changes.
Comment by R. Ward on February 4, 2011 at 2:23pm

Where do you post a question?

 

 

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