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Deeper Natural Gas Wells?
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We own no minerals in Louisiana but I try to keep an eye on wells in Caddo and DeSoto parishes because they are contiguous to Harrison and Panola Counties.If I am reading the information correctly,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kathy M. Stephens Aug 24, 2018.

BHP Billiton Shale Sale
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I read this morning BHP Billiton plans to sell all of its US oil and gas holdings including Haynesville acreage.  Estimated total value is $10 billion according to the article.  No specific value is…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dion Warr, CPL Aug 29, 2017.

Sabine & GEP
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I read this morning Sabine has sold 8,700+ acres in Red River Parish to GEP Haynesville for $45 million.  Sabine came out of bankruptcy a few months ago. It looks like $5,000+- per acre. KathyContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kathy M. Stephens Jul 4, 2017.

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Does anyone have a report from NAPE?  My grandson works for a survey company who has a booth each year at NAPE and he said it was a smaller showing than usual from East Texas and Northwest LA.  He…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dion Warr, CPL Feb 13, 2013.


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At 4:04pm on March 6, 2019, Pam said…
Hey, Kathy, thanks for trying to answer my question. I'm still not sure, but I don't think income as an unleashed mineral interest should be treated as earned income as a working interest would be.
At 7:40pm on August 3, 2017, JHH said…

Kathy, do you know where the E bench section of the Cotton Valley is located in Panola County. We have some minerals with petroQuest... but I have not heard of the E bench.  thanks, jack

At 11:50pm on July 16, 2017, Gale said…
Hi Kathy,

Finally GoHaynesvilleShale is back! I really missed being able to ask questions and communication with others of similar interest.
I hope this quick note finds all of your family and yourself well.
My family received some very odd out of no where checks from Samsom. None of them made any sense as basically our interest are all the same and whether they are divided 3 or 4 ways total up to the same sum. The checks were all over the place and no way did the total equal up to the percentages equally. I was able to speak with a lady at Samsom but I might as well not have wasted my time as she couldn't understand my question to even answer it. Lol. Have your recieved odd checks as well?
I hope to hear from you soon and Glad to be back on GHS!
Sincerely, Gale
At 2:17pm on July 7, 2017, KCC said…

thanks Kathy

At 9:21am on May 21, 2015, Jeanette M Moore said…

Thanks Kathy!  We have two active wells north of Marshall.  Moore #2 and Moore #4.

At 9:38am on October 1, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Hi, Kathy.  This is Skip, not Chip.  LOL!

At 9:51am on September 6, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Kathy, you can contact me off site at skippeel@gmail.com

At 6:47pm on March 1, 2013, jffree1 said…

Well... that was easy. Rogers #3H permit was approved on 10-10-12 and a rig was moving on 10-14-12. The rig was on that well until about 11-23-12. BP has reported the drilling complete on the Rogers #2H but no IP yet. Nothing reported on Rogers 3H but it has been drilled. 

There are two production reports available for #2H:

November -   75,544 mcf 

December - 140,518 mcf

Nothing yet on #3H.

At 6:28pm on March 1, 2013, jffree1 said…


I only track Haynesville wells on a regular basis but I'll see if I can find out.

At 3:36pm on February 13, 2013, Steve said…

I know Encana is under a financial crunch with the low dry gas prices. In the TMS they have 5 wells being fracked now -  Encana has 3 of them (2 Ash wells and another Weyerhauser well) and they are in the first few thousand feet drilling the 3rd Anderson well. They have told us that they plan to drill 3 more near the Anderson site and would be their with the current rig until August. Also, they said they are bringing in another rig in March. Just a week or so ago they had a good JV well with Goodrich and Contango (the Crosby well) which had an IP of over 1100 and was flowing at 1260 boepd shortly after. I do not believe they are leaving the TMS but things change. I know they have been looking for a JV partner for the TMS since the late fall. The TMS is 95% oil ands that is what they are supposedly focusing on. They have cut way back on all gas well drilling. I have heard that most if not all of their Texas activity was in gas. We will just have to wait and see. Encana has a drilling pad just 1900 ft. from my back door in W. Feliciana Parish that is ready to be drilled. We were told it would spud April 28, but we were told that several months ago. Hopefully there hasn't been a change of heart. So far the TMS has been moving in the right direction to prove up its commercial potential. There are 5 wells being fracked right now, so I guess we will have to wait and see how these wells do.



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