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Comment by intrepid on December 8, 2011 at 12:21am
Has GHS dried up?
Comment by DeeDee on September 25, 2011 at 6:43pm
It's been a while since my last post. What's the latest on The Tar Heels DU Well No. 1H  in Shelbyville since May 2011? Any DOs? I was unable to locate it on the RR site this evening. Any help with this is appreciated.
Comment by Rodeo Mom on August 10, 2011 at 9:26am

Are we the only ones that have producing wells on their property that have passed the 120 day mark and no Division Order or are there others out there with the same problem ???

Comment by jffree1 on July 18, 2011 at 1:48pm
Charmine, the well results in that area were below expectations.  Drilling Haynesville wells in the north half of Shelby Co. has ceased (for now) except for a small area west of Joaquin.  I think they probably just aren't economic at today's gas price.
Comment by Charmine on July 12, 2011 at 4:55pm
Thanks Jiffree. I am so out of the loop, that I don't even begin to know where to start looking to play catch up. Is this particular survey in Shelby Cty. looking like it isn't in the sweet spot after all, or has it just not been drilled enough to get an accurate idea still?
Comment by jffree1 on July 12, 2011 at 4:29pm
Charmine, I don't find any information on that well other than the permit.  There is no completion or production so it was most likely not drilled.  The permit is over two years old and would have expired in Feb.
Comment by Charmine on July 12, 2011 at 4:06pm
Just cruising though, haven't checked up in a long time. Looking for info on the Boles Unit today, 419-31437
Comment by Dennis on April 26, 2011 at 2:08pm
how do we find out if a pipeline is being built to connect the XTO Cardinals DU #1 H in Shelby County TX?  Or if there is one they will being able to tie-in to?  Status says waiting on completion so I guess that might mean waiting on pipeline?  Thanks to anyone that might have any information.
Comment by Pamela Pippens on April 8, 2011 at 5:24pm
I just wish i could get some info bac hrom someone on the Holts are Gentry family and the land that is being drilled on by XTO
Comment by DJG on March 22, 2011 at 9:39am
Renee,  Unfortunately things are pretty quiet these days in this area of Shelby County.     Devon drilled their Adams 1-H well directly adjacent to that J.Tutt survey and the results for the Haynesville completion came in at a dissappointing 1.5 mm/cfd initial report and the well has only produced under 0.2 BCF of gas in the 7 months of production that have been reported.     Devon has subsequently pulled back from additional drilling and leasing in this region.     I can emphasize with you, as our own minerals are directly next door to this well also.     Will be curious to see what happens later this year as some of the 3 year terms from Devon's Summer/Fall 2008 leases come up to term as to whether they will renew and wait for better NG prices or whether they will let the leases expire.    The current maps for Bossier Shale still show this area as a good spot, so hopefully someone will come back to the area at a later date to drill those Bossier wells in the future when (if?) NG prices do improve.
 

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