Good question, Jim. I would hazard the guess that nothing would happen as the state does not require that a log be submitted. Operators are currently required to provide a letter stating that no log was run on a given well. At least that is what I run across regularly in the paper records of the LOC District 6 office here in Shreveport. I reviewed the RELCO wells to see which were sufficiently deep to penetrate the LSBD. There are only a few but they did have logs on file. I didn't look at the entire log as I am a landman and can not interpret a log. The completion report on the Georgia Pacific "W" does have a listing of formation tops from the Wilcox down to the Louann Salt. And the Georgia Pacific "S" was completed and has two logs on file if I remember correctly. If you would care to keep the posts to you comment wall private, you can do two things. First set your privacy option so that only "friends" can view your page. Second, keep in mind that the comments you view are not viewable by others if you do not "approve" them. My contact information is on my page. Thanks for the friend request. Skip
Hello! I hope the site is a place for you to learn, network and contribute. My name is Keith and I started the site in June of 2008 to open up lines of communication between landowners. Since then, we have grown to over 10,000 members.
There are a couple things you should check out. 1) Check out current discussions. 2) Join in on the County and Parish Groups. By joining a County or Parish, you are networking locally with people who share similar concerns.
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As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More