DEVELOPMENTAL
Harrison County
GMX Resources will drill the Bell Well No. 6H to 13,000 feet seven miles southeast of Marshall in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field. This is in the J. Maximillian Survey, A-444.

Samson Lone Star will drill the George Foreman GU 1 Well No. 2H to 10,000 feet 4.5 miles northwest of Elysian Field in the Waskom (Cotton Valley)
Field. This well is in the W. Humphries Survey, A-299.

GMX Resources will drill the Holt-Bosh (Allocation) Well No. 5H in the
Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field. This well will hit 13,000 feet 7.6
miles southeast of Marshall in the J. Maximillian Survey, A-444.

Henderson County

The H.P. Barton Gas Unit Well No. 4 and the Hinton Gas Unit Well No. 16 will be drilled in the Tri-Cities (Cotton Valley) Field by XTO Energy.

The No. 4 will hit 12,500 feet 7.6 miles southwest of Athens in the W. Kay Survey, A-421.

The No. 16 will hit 12,000 feet 3.6 miles southeast of Malakoff in the J.C. Neill Survey, A-577.

Houston County
The Hyde Well No. 1 will be drilled 9.2 miles southwest of Lovelady in the Fort Trinidad (Upper Glen Rose) Field. Navidad Resources will drill this well to 13,000 feet in the W. Dillard Survey, A-319. The well may also be drilled in the Fort Trindad, East (Buda) Field, the Fort Trinidad, East (Georgetown) Field, the Fort Trinidad, East (Edwards) Field, the Fort Trinidad, East (Edwards - A-) Field or the Fort Trinidad, Southeast (Edwards) Field.

Nacogdoches County

EOG Resources will drill the Hill Gas Unit Well No. 4H to 13,500 feet 18 miles west of Nacogdoches in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field. This well is in the J.I. Y'Barbo Survey, A-60.

EOG Resources will drill the Hill Gas Unit Well No. 5H to 13,200 feet 18 miles west of Nacogdoches in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field. This well is in the J.I. Y'Barbo Survey, A-60.

Panola County
In a lease 1.8 miles southwest of Gary in the Carthage (Cotton Valley) Field, the South Gary Gas Unit 2 Well No. 9H will be drilled by Anadarko E&P to 12,000 feet. This well is in the S. Snider Survey, A-643.

San Augustine County

The Ironosa SU Well No. 1H will hit 15,000 feet six miles northeast of Chireno in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field. This well will be drilled by Exco Operating in the H.E. Watson Survey, A-368.

The Dillard SU Well No. 1H will be drilled to 15,000 feet 7.5 miles northeast of Chireno in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field by Exco Operating. This well is in the A. Dillard Survey, A-98.

XTO Energy will drill the Hilltoppers DU Well No. 1H and the Hilltoppers DUWell No. 2H to 20,500 feet in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field.

The No. 1H is 3.9 miles southeast of Chireno and the No. 2H is 3.7 miles southeast of Chireno. Both wells are n the M. Curl Survey, A-93.

Shelby County
The Raymond Gas Unit Well No. 2H will be drilled by XTO Energy to 20,500 feet 9.2 miles southeast of Center in the Carthage (Haynesville Shale) Field in the Benjamin Odell Survey, A-534.

COMPLETIONS
Harrison County
The Jobe Shale Unit Well No. 1 H is located one mile of Jonesville in the Carthage Field. Exco Operating completed this well to 15,227 feet. On a 18/64-inch choke, the well potentialed 8.952
million cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.

Nacogdoches County

On a 18/64-inch choke, the Sun Dancer Well No. 1 potentialed 412,000 cubic feet of gas. Sonerra Resources completed the well to 11,355 feet six miles east of Nacogdoches in the Martinsville Field. Production is in the Travis Peak.

EnerQuest completed the Riverview Well No. 1 to 10,850 feet 2.5 miles north of Martinsville in the Waterman Field. On a 20/64-inch choke the well potentialed 589,000 cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Travis Peak.

Sonerra Resources completed the Big Moon Well No. 1 to 12,700 feet in a lease 19 miles southeast of Nacogdoches in a wildcat field. This well potentialed 300,000 cubic feet of gas on a 21/64-inch choke.

Panola County

Devon Energy completed the Mason Well No. 32 to 9,790 feet 5.2 miles southwest of Carthage in the Carthage Field. This well potentialed 372,000 cubic feet of gas on an adjustable choke. Production is in the Cotton Valley.

Rusk County
On a 22/64-inch choke the E. Thornton GU No. 1 Well No. 12 potentialed 4.59 million cubic feet of gas. This well was completed by Verado Energy to 10,604 feet in the Oak Hill Field. Production is in the Cotton Valley.

Sabine County

The John O. Hall Well No. 1 hit 12,500 feet 14 miles north of Hemphill in a wildcat field. Endeavor Natural Gas completed the well to 12,500 feet. On a 16/64-inch choke the well potentialed 1.038 million cubic feet of gas.

Lacy Operations completed the USA Com Well No. 1 to 10,180 feet three miles northeast of Six Mile in the Hemphill Field. On a 18/64-inch choke the well potentialed 494,000 cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Saratoga-Annona.

San Augustine County

The Grizzy Well No. 1 was completed by Crimson Exploration Operating to 18,100 feet 1.8 miles of San Augustine in the Carthage Field. On a 15/64-inch choke the well potentialed 10.197 million cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.

Shelby County

Chesapeake Operating completed the Smith Well No. 1H to 14,976 feet 7.3 miles southeast of Timpson in the Carthage Field. On a 14/64-inch choke the well potentialed 3.615 million cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.

BC Operating completed the Waterhouse SWD Well No. 1 to 6,100 feet one mile southeast of Center in the Center Field. No test data was recorded. Production is in the Pettit.

Newfield Exploration completed the PDU "Pine" Wel No. A1 to 17,264 feet 6.1 miles northwest of Huxley in the Carthage Field. On a 22/64-inch choke the well potentialed 5.788 million cubic feet of gas. Production is in the Haynesville Shale.


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Jffree1 - one question that is not strictly "East Texas". I assume that the Tarrant county info is left out because it is Barnett Shale and not our topic of primary interest. Most commenters around here seem to agree that Haynesville new drilling (although slowed) has held up to the extent it has primarily due to the need to get leases HBP. What is the dynamic for all the continued drilling in the Barnett despite low gas prices? Is it simply more economic there due to the local shale character and whatever economies that have been created through so much of the previous drilling and infrastructure creation?
Now you're asking me about an area I never look at, Ledlights. If I had to guess I would say it's a combination of HBP issues and a need to keep cash flowing. I don't know how much of the activity up there is in the oil/wet gas region but that could explain most of it, don't you think?

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