THE GHS HAYNESVILLE SHALE RIG TRACKER.  2021

I'll update each week so we can follow the rig count.  I am only counting rigs drilling the Haynesville and Bossier formations.  Many industry rig numbers are for the "Haynesville Area",  however they may defined that, and includes wells drilling other formations.

1/1:  LA - 28, TX - 14:   42

1/8:  LA - 32, TX - 14:   46

1/15: LA - 32, TX - 14:  46

1/22: LA - 33, TX - 14:  47

1/29: LA - 34, TX - 14:  48

2/5:   LA - 34, TX - 14:  48

2/12: LA - 33, TX - 13:  46

2/19: LA - 32, TX - 14:  46

2/26: LA - 33, TX - 13:  46

3/5:   LA - 34, TX - 13:  47

3/12: LA - 33, TX - 13:  46

3/19: LA - 32, TX - 14:  46

3/26: LA - 31, TX - 16:  47

4/1:   LA - 32, TX - 16:  48

4/9:   LA - 32, TX - 15:  47

4/16: LA - 30, TX - 17:  47

4/23: LA - 33, TX - 18:  51

4/30: LA - 36, TX - 17:  53

5/7:   LA - 35, TX - 16:  51

5/14: LA - 35, TX - 15:  50

5/21: LA - 34, TX - 16:  50

5/28: LA - 34, TX - 17:  51

6/4:   LA - 32, TX - 18:  50

6/11: LA - 32, TX - 17:  49

6/18: LA - 32, TX - 16:  48

6/25: LA - 32, TX - 15:  47

7/2:   LA - 32, TX - 14:  46

7/9:   LA - 33, TX - 16:  49

7/16: LA - 35, TX - 14:  49

7/23: LA - 33, TX - 16:  49

7/30: LA - 36, TX - 14:  50

8/6:   LA - 37, TX - 11:  48

8/13: LA - 36, TX - 13:  49

8/20: LA - 36, TX - 14:  50

8/27: LA - 35, TX - 13:  48

9/3:   LA - 35, TX - 14:  49

9/10: LA - 36, TX - 13:  49

9/17: LA - 36, TX - 12:  48

9/24:  LA - 33, TX - 14: 47

10/1: LA - 34, TX - 13: 47

10/8: LA - 33, TX - 13: 46

10/15: LA-32, TX - 14: 46

10/22: LA-34, TX - 12: 46

10/29: LA-35, TX - 14: 49

11/05: LA-34, TX - 14: 48

11/12: LA-32, TX - 14: 46

11/19: LA-35, TX - 15: 50

11/26: LA-34, TX - 15: 49

12/3:  LA- 34, TX - 16: 50

12/10: LA-30, TX - 18: 48

12/17: LA-36, TX - 19: 55

12/31: LA-36, TX - 20: 56    THE HIGH FOR THE YEAR.  A NICE WAY TO END 2021.  HAPPY                                                                                            NEW YEAR!    

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LA: 32 - DECREASE OF 1.

Bienville: Aethon (3), Comstock (1)

Bossier: GEP Haynesville (1), BPX (1), Ensight IV (1)

Caddo: Trinity (3), Chesapeake (1), Comstock (1), Blue Dome (1), Exco (1)

DeSoto: Comstock (4), Aethon (2), Indigo (1), Goodrich (1)

Natchitoches: Indigo (3)

Red River: GEP Haynesville (1), BPX (1)

Sabine: Indigo (2), Vine (3)

Webster: 0

TX:  14 - INCREASE OF 1.

Angelina: Aethon (1)

Harrison: Rockcliff (2), Sabine (2), Comstock (1)

Nacogdoches: Aethon (1)

Panola: Rockcliff (3), Pine Wave (1), Tanos (1), R Lacy (1)

San Augustine: Aethon (1)

Shelby: 0

Next week I will close this discussion and start a new one for 2022.  Although this discussion will rotate off the Main Page, it will stay available in the archive for those who may wish to access it.  You may wish to save a cut and paste copy of the 2021 monthly settlement prices for future use.  Here's to a profitable new year for all GHS Haynesville mineral owners.

Sounds good - some regular maintenance / pruning is always a good thing.

Speaking of which, I am in the process of throwing out many pounds of paper records that I accumulate over each year in the course of my business.  If paid by the pound, it would have been a very merry 2021.  LOL!  Out with the old, in with the new.  The new stacks are already impressive.  :-)

How can you tell when land got put in a unit

If your mineral ownership is clearly evidenced in the parish or county public record, you would have been sent a notice letter when the unit was formed.  In a majority of cases you would have also received an offer to lease your mineral rights.  If you are in Louisiana, an existing unit may be identified by the section-township-range location.  A little harder in Texas by location within a survey.  Are you sure you own your mineral rights?  Would your minerals be in the Lake Arthur, LA area?

Skip,

What's the going rate for fracking water?  Producers are scouting for water sources for continued drilling.

thanks!

JHH, I haven't heard from anyone selling water in a long time.  I suspect that it depends on the level of demand and the particular location(s).  I suggest you post your question in the appropriate parish or county group.  Keep in mind that when you start a new discussion on a group page, all the members of the group get an email notice that a new discussion has been posted.

10-4.

As Skip mentioned, location is key.  As reverence, The going rate in Harrison county for bulk supply is $0.20 to $0.25 per bbl.  The key to good price is how much water you have and how close to the well you are.  You also have to consider what your neighbors have and how low they will sell for.  There are other points to consider, such as flow line row and staging ponds.  If you have a large supply, then the use of an attorney is well worth it.

Good info. Thanks for those data points

thanks for the information

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