Gale Bagley
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What's going in sec 30 17n 15w ?
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I have a friend that has 3 lots in sec. 30 17n 15w leased with Chespeake, received DO showing 30 and 31, called CH and received new DO listing only 30.First royalty check shows income from both sec…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Mar 4, 2012.

Chesapeake deductions?
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I just received my first rolalty payment from Chesapeake for a well in my section-14 17 15small lot in west Shreveport.months of3-11, 4-11, 5-11, 6-11, 7-11, 8-11two deductions fuel and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by DrWAVeSport Cd1 May 7, 2013.

Flex fuel?
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What is flex fuel and does it have an advantage over what we have now?     Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by The_Baron Aug 24, 2011.

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When I was trying to lease my little lot in Western Hills, ( Sec. 14  T17N R15W ), I had several discussions with city, parish, and satate officals about who owns the property set up  for easements,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by The_Baron Apr 28, 2011.


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At 2:48 on May 16, 2011, Les Bamburg said…
Gale, I never mind questions.  Thanks for bringing it to my attention as it identified a glitch in reported information.  Also the well in Section 22 had been renamed after it was originally permited.
At 16:20 on May 15, 2011, Les Bamburg said…

Gale, on closer inspection I believe the rig is actually drilling the following well.


Nomac #48 Rig, Chesapeake, Wilkinson 22 #H1 Well, SN 242571, S23(22)-T17N-R15W

At 2:53 on May 13, 2011, Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant said…
Yes, that is the norm.  There is a lack of sufficient pressure pumping equipment and crews available to frac the Haynesville horizontal wells.  Some wells wait many months after drilling is complete either from being far down the schedule (especially when the well is one of the smaller companies) or because there is no pipeline or insufficient existing pipeline capacity to turn it to sales.  The last time I checked there were over 500 wells Waiting On Completion in LA. alone.
At 4:34 on November 3, 2010, Gale Bagley said…
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