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Request For Assistance

Started by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Oct 22, 2020.

Lease Group Letter Agreement Assistance Request

Started by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Oct 13, 2020.

Unleased Mineral Owners in Haynesville Shale Units

Started by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Feb 18, 2020.

Proposed Cross Lateral South Caddo Parish 9 Replies

Started by JTM. Last reply by JTM Sep 19, 2018.

Why would a well change its eff date? 1 Reply

Started by john hamilton. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Nov 21, 2014.


Started by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant. Last reply by kittycatmama Jun 29, 2014.

Land Surveying

Started by Bryan Brennion Nov 19, 2013.

Check half this month... 6 Replies

Started by dan dugdale. Last reply by wpt9452 Aug 1, 2013.

Sec 29 and 30 T15N R11W 7 Replies

Started by Teri Graves. Last reply by Teri Graves Feb 28, 2013.

Demand Letter 17 Replies

Started by DrWAVeSport Cd1. Last reply by sesport II Oct 28, 2012.

Dutton Well nbr 243449 SEC 34 T17N R13W 8 Replies

Started by James CD1. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Oct 18, 2012.

Division Order Question 18 Replies

Started by James CD1. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant May 23, 2012.

New Pipeline?

Started by Bud Feb 29, 2012.

Well #242522, Provenza 10-16-14 H 7 Replies

Started by sesport II. Last reply by Bandit, UMO Feb 6, 2012.

032-17n15w 1 Reply

Started by john hamilton. Last reply by DrWAVeSport Cd1 Jan 8, 2012.


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Comment by Wanda on November 18, 2009 at 14:25
Is S28 T15N R16W in South Caddo Parish Group? Just wondering,seems like no one ever answers questions on here when someone ask them something about this section.
Comment by Wanda on November 16, 2009 at 23:30
There is a sign up on the Anthony Forest serial#239454, S28 T 15 N R 16 W,it says Nomac 20.There has been concert trucks,tank trucks,and a dozer in there.Anyone know whats going on?
Comment by wpt9452 on November 3, 2009 at 2:45
Well #239731 is in my section and I went to see it the other day and it has over 8,000 psi on the guage and the gas is flowing and making a great deal of noise. I have had no contact from Chesapeake and Sonris has "waiting on pipeline" as the last posting as of 9/2/2009. Does this sound like a good well and why is Sonris so slow to update? I appreciate any help on these questions.
Comment by Wanda on October 27, 2009 at 22:47
We received Division Order papers oct.14th,on Anthony Forest Bethany-Longstreet well.Got them sent back into Chesapeake,hopefully a check will be coming soon.Any news on this well serial #239454,what it is producing or anything else?What is the price per barrel up to now?I have not been keeping up with it.
Comment by wpt9452 on July 20, 2009 at 22:22
Skip, thanks for the information, now it makes more sense why the two wells so close together. So I only have one well in my section and I am happy just to have that.
Comment by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant on July 20, 2009 at 21:06
wpt. The well in Section 17 is Chesapeake's Western Development 17H (239731) drilling Section 17. The well right next door (25 yards away) is Chesapeake's Western Development 20H ( 239897) drilling Section 20. Dual well pads on a section line drilling two different sections. This is a good example of why operators want as many contiguous sections in a block as possible. The development costs are less.
Comment by wpt9452 on July 20, 2009 at 20:55
I am in section 17 15n 15w and they are drilling a second well only about 25 yards from the well they just drilled. Strange that they would put 2 wells on the same pad in such a short time. It's noisy but I like the sound.
Comment by Stephen Cole on July 13, 2009 at 21:47
How do you know how many wells are permitted under the permit or if its a horizontal well.. if it is a horizontal is that just one well or four together
Comment by Wanda on July 4, 2009 at 23:44
Finished seismic testing on Johns Gin Rd,section 29 just got pooled,fixing to drill again.Finished drilling Nomac #116 Anthony Forest,not on line and producing yet.
Comment by wpt9452 on July 1, 2009 at 13:55
It seems to me that Cajun has finished the seismic shoot in the Springridge area, has anyone received their $25 per acre? I looked at the release paper I signed and it said to send it to Chesapeake so I did that yesterday, guess I'll wait and see what happens.

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