I took a look at Petrohawk's maps from their presentation at the Barclays Capital CEO Energy-Power Conference on September 16. I have attempted to provide a link to the presentation below. Maybe someone who is more computer savvy than I am can post the maps. The presentation includes both Haynesville and Lower Bossier maps. Given the location of my mineral interests (mostly in the NW part of the county) I am much more interested in the Lower Bossier map on page 18 of the presentation.
I am wondering if anyone can help me interpret some of the features shown on the map. One would likely have to pull up the map for my questions to make sense. It appears to show intervals ranging from 0-5 to 20 or greater. Are these intended to denote the thickness of the shale in these areas? For instance does 10-15 indicate 100'-150' of shale thickness? I also realize that shale thickness is just one of several factors.
Also, the map contains blue numbers ranging from 0.2 to 36.7 or so. I can't discern any rhyme or reason to these numbers. Any help would be appreciated. They are much easier to read if you zoom in.
I found the map interesting because it appears to show quite a bit more detail than I have seen on most similar maps. To my untrained eye, it appears to make all of the county look promising, at least from a Lower Bossier standpoint. But, I'll be the first to admit that I really don't know what I am looking at.
I apologize for my inability to attach the map.http://phx.corporate-ir.net/External.File?item=UGFyZW50SUQ9Mzk2NjEw...