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

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8/13: 

LA: 36 - NO CHANGE.

Bienville: Aethon (2)

Bossier: BPX (1), Comstock (2), Aethon (2)

Caddo: Trinity (3), Blue Dome (1), Goodrich (2), Exco (1)

DeSoto: Comstock (2), Vine (1), Chesapeake (2), Indigo (3), Aethon (1), Tellurian (1)

Natchitoches: Indigo (1), Aethon (1)

Red River: Aethon (1), GEP Haynesville (4), Brix (1), Chesapeake (1)

Sabine: Vine (1), Indigo (2)

Webster: 0

TX:  14 - INCREASE OF 1.

Angelina: Aethon (2)

Harrison: Rockcliff (2)

Nacogdoches: 0

Panola: Rockcliff (2) Comstock (1), R Lacy (1), Sabine (2), Sponte (1), KJ Energy (1) *

San Augustine: 0

Shelby: Legacy Reserves Op (1), Aethon (1)

* KJ Energy has a horizontal listed on the report but with no details provided.  I will consider it a Haynesville well for now and update next report.

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me too, just now.

Thanks, Steve. 

8/27: 

LA: 35 - DECREASE OF 1.

Bienville: Aethon (2)

Bossier: BPX (1), Comstock (2), Aethon (2)

Caddo: Trinity (3), Blue Dome (1), Goodrich (2), Exco (1)

DeSoto: Comstock (2), Vine (2), Chesapeake (2), Indigo (2), Aethon (1), Tellurian (1)

Natchitoches: Indigo (2), Aethon (1)

Red River: Aethon (1), GEP Haynesville (4),Chesapeake (1)

Sabine: Vine (1), Indigo (2)

Webster: 0

TX:  13 - DECREASE OF 1.

Angelina: Aethon (2)

Harrison: Rockcliff (1)

Nacogdoches: 0

Panola: Rockcliff (3), R Lacy (1), Sabine (2), Sponte (1), KJ Energy (1) *

San Augustine: 0

Shelby: Legacy Reserves Op (1), Aethon (1)

* KJ Energy has a horizontal listed on the report but with no details provided.  I will consider it a Haynesville well for now and update next report.

Thanks for continuing to post the rig count.  It's nice to know I can find the information easily.

You're welcome.

Is there a source that tracks the frac companies working in this trend and how many spreads they are currently running? 

I am not aware of such a service

There is no free tracker for frack crews as far as I know.  Some subscription services may have that data.  You can review corporate presentations on a quarterly basis where companies will sometime state how many "dedicated" frack crews they deploy at any given time.  In Louisiana, the SONRIS database will show a Work Order (very bottom section of a well file) that provides the effective dates for the work to be performed.  The work would not be done before the initial date but those work orders are effective for twelve months so there is no way to know, short of on the ground intel, when the completion ops are actually taking place.

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