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Comment by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on May 5, 2009 at 10:54

I don't understand the logic of penalizing independents while investing billions to unproven alternative energy sources like hybrids, ethanol plants, wind. I would think that the government would prefer to find a way to ride the successes of domestic production to fuel future energy sources rather than making them go into hiding until its "safe" to come out. Domestic producers employ us and make this nation move right now - obviously a huge tax base. BTW, where do you see party rhetoric?
Comment by Big Leroy on May 4, 2009 at 21:42
I feel that each and every member of Go HaynesvilleShale should join in this effort. From what I read of the Haynesville Shale, the Plain Dealing area where I live and own land, will not be a part of the Haynesville Shale. Oh well, still happy for those of you who did make it. I still respect the values that built this nation. In times past, if your neighbor had a problem, you had a problem, and worked with him to take care of it.
Comment by luke on May 4, 2009 at 20:38
you are right in thinking the feds might try it. the best thing about it ,is no one in washington is smart enough to think of it. we can only hope they don't start thinking.
Comment by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on May 4, 2009 at 13:42
Interesting point full of gas.
Comment by fullofgas on May 4, 2009 at 11:42
I hate to bring this up, but I think the feds want the oil mineral revenues period. They see other countries that get to keep it all and the people who own the land dont have the rights. Thats why governments in the Sadi areas are so rich. By the feds owning all mineral rights they think they would have more mony to further help the citizens. I think they have seen that they screwed up a long time ago by not keeping all the rights for the governments use and now they will dig into them as far as we will let them. One day in the future, unless its stopped, I can see the feds owning half the mineral rights on everyones land. It could be call the peoples use tax, to pay for free insurance, schooling, more roads, and high-tech things we cant afford right now. And if half is all they take we will be lucky. Now this is just what I think, just wanted to hear other folkd opinions also.
Comment by Paula Ferro on May 4, 2009 at 11:30
I have been out work since Hurricane Gustoff chased me out of Louisianna where I was doing oil & gas leasing and abstract work. I was sent to Houston to work south of here and got hit by Hurricane Ike. Then wallstreet colapsed and the holidays hit and the election. Most EVERY Landman I know is out of work at this point and I have a lot of connections. I would be more than happy to sign any petition and would like to hear feed back from other people in the industry as to when they think we might be getting back to work. Paula Ferro (281) 706-7285
Comment by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on May 4, 2009 at 10:07

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