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Comment by david crocket on March 31, 2013 at 8:54

The Natchez Democrat has an article dated 3/31/13 stating that the mississippi legislature hopes to have a bill completed in the next few days to entice oil companies to further develop the TMS through tax incentives.  session is scheduled to end 4/07.  see natchez democrat for further information.

Comment by james l. stewart on May 26, 2012 at 0:10

 sounds like the amite county wells are on a roll, hope it keeps moving east.

Comment by onesock73 on May 25, 2012 at 13:35

Any information on the Ash 31H-1&2 wells? 

Comment by john wesleypowell on May 14, 2012 at 16:49

does anyody have any info on the dekman 33h 1 well

Comment by Spring Branch,mineral owner on May 14, 2012 at 10:41

I hand them a signed lease and they hand me a check, or I'll hold the lease until they are prepared to hand me a check.  No drafts, and certainly no "we'll mail you a check in a month or so"!!!

Comment by sonny coody on May 13, 2012 at 10:09

I agree in most cases, but if its 5 1/2 or 7 1/2 casing, we have drilled out rubber plugs and thirty feet of concrete, dropped in either extend a vertical or cut window and go horizontal. Pecos, texas. Also can save hundreds of thousands in cost on verticals in chalk or shallow plays like old shell fields in pike county.They are drilling a lot wells on edges of shale in Eagleford that are not horizontals but produce very well. ITS not all about the shale (swift energy) believe me.

Comment by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant on May 13, 2012 at 8:56

Existing vertical wells are rarely candidates for re-entry for horizontal completions.  The casing diameters are not designed for horizontal drilling and the surface locations are seldom in the correct location to orient a horizontal wellbore.

Comment by sonny coody on May 13, 2012 at 7:04

lee, we did sign a lease in may last year with new royalty percentage. one year witu renewal clause. i would assume that is timing compliance by moving in now. Denbury is very capable group, recovery buy injection etc. this was an area or new wells thay extends with spacings of 320 acres on up into lincoln county. they have a jv with encana which provides a lot of old shell well bores already held by production which provides encana less expensive entry into tuscaloosa. this well is not part of that jv. the old little creek and lazy creek fields had shallow wells. in the ragleford and the tuscaloosa they are drilling deep horizontals through old fields studded with pumpjacks. remember, these old fields have large tar sand pools below the shale layers, this is referred to as the buda.17,000 to 18,500. this zone will be the bigger boom. wti needs to be 120 plus per barrel to go in the buda. very hot, pipe bends at that depth but they are test drilling very big wells in buda at this time.

Comment by Lee in Tennessee on May 12, 2012 at 19:19

Sonny--Why the shallow depth?  The Tuscaloosa there is around 12,500'.

Comment by sonny coody on May 12, 2012 at 17:51

I believe the well permitted by Denbury in northern Pike county is a part of the Bacot heirs mineral lease in west lazy creek which was leased by Denbury in June , 2011. I have an interest in this permitted well. Currently i supply Frac sand in the eaglford play in texas. interesting to know the north upper side of the eagleford has been big oil and the southern side more out Franklin and Lincoln counties. good luck to all involved in mississippi play.


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