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Latest USGS TMS O&G Resource Assessment
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Attached report is the August 2018 resources assessment done by the USGS.Basically no surprise - there are a lot of hydrocarbons in this section. The details of the updip and downdip boundaries of…Continue

Tags: resources, USGS, TMS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Sep 11, 2018.

Frac Sand Provider Purchases Two Mines in Louisiana
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Article today about Shale Support purchasing two frac sand mines - one near Kinder and the other in "Central Louisiana" (this location info on their website)..As noted below, they are looking for…Continue

Tags: Austin, Chalk, kinder, louisiana, frac

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Jun 26, 2018.

SWN Shopping Lower Smackover Brown Dense Position at Winter NAPE
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See attached - despite some decent EUR projections, SWN has decided that this is not the play for them to be making right now.Also marketing positions in Colorado Sand Wash basin, Utah Paradox Basin…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Nov 23, 2018.

 

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Rock Man replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion ConocoPhillips eyes Austin Chalk results in Louisiana by year-end: CEO in the group Austin Chalk
"Yep - the Cadillac costs of a major. Again - great info. Wonder how far is the closest pipeline and if that is included in the $2.5 MM for production facilities??"
May 20
Rock Man replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion ConocoPhillips eyes Austin Chalk results in Louisiana by year-end: CEO in the group Austin Chalk
"This says a lot - LONG access road plus huge pad sufficient to handle frac operations. Plus I wonder what sort of levee / berm is around this location to prevent high water incursion during certain times of the year????????????? I wonder if the…"
May 20
Rock Man replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion ConocoPhillips eyes Austin Chalk results in Louisiana by year-end: CEO in the group Austin Chalk
"Some interesting numbers here - I could go on ad nauseum about many of the items listed. But a few jump out: $1.4+ MM for site construction? What was this? - a multi mile access road going into the deep woods? $2.5 MM for production facility? What…"
May 20
Rock Man replied to Joseph's discussion Eagles Ranch 14H #1
"April 23 2019 production test shows test rate of 56 BO, 72 MCF and 249 BW on a 64/64" choke with 138# tubing pressure. Slight drop in oil cut (22.5%) from previous test (25%) - appears that well has settled into to a consistent albeit less than…"
May 14
Rock Man replied to Mister Sunday's discussion BSI Keydets in the group San Augustine, TX
"Yes, first take point set backs are usually in the 300-330' range unless you get an exception from the offsetting operator. And then I believe there is still some sort of minimal offset (depends on the field)"
May 14
Rock Man replied to Mister Sunday's discussion BSI Keydets in the group San Augustine, TX
"I don't believe so - the whole infill drilling issue is up the operator to set up so as to optimize recovery while having minimal "negative impact" on offsetting laterals."
May 14
Rock Man replied to Joseph's discussion Eagles Ranch 14H #1
"If that gas volume is correct, that is a massive change in GOR from the previous trend - basically around 1000:1 to over 2600:1. It will be interesting to see future months to see if this trend continues. Or I wonder if EOG has done something to the…"
May 14
Rock Man replied to Mister Sunday's discussion BSI Keydets in the group San Augustine, TX
"Longer month helps!"
May 4
Rock Man replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion ConocoPhillips Spuds The Erwin #1 in the group Austin Chalk
"Long time at the same depth - could be problems related to well control and/or trying to plug back to start drilling horizontal part of the hole."
May 4
Rock Man replied to Lisa Melder-Johnson's discussion Anyone know who Y BAR K LLC is in the group Austin Chalk
"Carthage based. Husband / Wife team? No idea what their business model / plan is.  https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2llqfp/y-bar-k-llc https://www.bizapedia.com/tx/y-bar-k-llc.html"
Apr 30
Rock Man replied to Mark's discussion Flow test on McKowen #1
"Looking like after four wells, Australis has two "better than type curve" TMS producers (6000'+ treated laterals) and two short laterals (due to mechanical issues) that are probably uneconomic. They appear to be continuing to confirm…"
Apr 30
Rock Man replied to Mark's discussion Flow test on McKowen #1
"Typical public oil company "speak" - keeps the analysts at bay without saying anything. As I have preached for a while, patience is the key here - it will take time to get results and then evaluate what they mean over time."
Apr 30
Rock Man replied to jffree1's discussion Permian Drilling Record Reported
"Back in 2008 period, mile long laterals were the norm. Then slowly getting longer to what we are seeing today (and longer). The technology is their to get good cement / casing in place plus stimulate and drill out frac plugs. Coiled tubing still an…"
Apr 29
Rock Man replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion ConocoPhillips Spuds The Erwin #1 in the group Austin Chalk
"ERROR - I was incorrect in my comments about the depth of the AC in this area. The whole core is in the AC. Once I reviewed Kirk's posting on this, I realized that I had screwed up. I apologize for that error."
Apr 25
Rock Man replied to Michele Etzkorn's discussion DeSoto Parish Well # 272362
"Attached PDF map from DrillingInfo.com shows these two wells (red dots with the serial numbers). No new permits apparent by this map "
Apr 25
Rock Man replied to Michele Etzkorn's discussion DeSoto Parish Well # 272362
"This CHK well was completed in mid 2011 and has produced about 3.1 BCF to date"
Apr 25

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At 1:04pm on June 23, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
Go to SONRIS Document Access, scroll down to 3rd from bottom, Well Permit To Drill, enter S/N 231161 and check the box for Get Associated Documents. Scroll down to 19, click Adobe icon. This a multi-page P&A report.
At 6:34pm on June 16, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
Good. Let me provide full disclosure. I assist mineral owners wherever I can in areas that I consider myself of adequate knowledge. I am not a member of NARO-LA owing to their formation by industry members in order to control or influence the discussions in the early years of the Haynesville Shale play. Over time I have advocated a more independent role with the willingness to oppose the industry on selected issues that have a harmful or potentially harmful impact on land/mineral owners. I have been a presenter and a panel member at numerous NARO-LA annual conventions but they have never quite made the decision to be fully independent from the industry. This has to do with a few long time board members who I have great respect for but they are lacking as advocates for private mineral owners.

I have been promoting a NARO-LA town hall for the central LA AC area but I am not sufficiently familiar with the area to answer geologically related questions or to give a general overview of what is happening and what may come next. My focus and paying jobs are Haynesville/Bossier shale related.

I can put you in touch with the main board members if you have an interest. If you would care to explore your participation further, let me know. I would certainly expect for all your travel and lodging expenses to be covered in addition to whatever you think your time and expertise may be worth in this matter.
At 6:16pm on June 16, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
RM, Are you independent or tied to a company? I ask because my friends on the board of NARO-LA are considering some town hall meetings in the central LA parishes with AC activity in an attempt to provide some clarity and educate mineral owners. There should be a petrophysical assessment and a geologist to answer technical questions included in that presentation. Is that something that you might have some interest in? Compensation is negotiable.
At 10:36am on May 24, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Would you like a copy of my TMS spreadsheet?  email me at skippeel@gmail.com

At 12:41pm on May 7, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

I'm looking to expand my list of clients.  My focus for ten years has been the Haynesville/Bossier but that business takes a hit when natural gas prices go south.  The current oversupply probably will persist for a couple of years.  If you run across anyone looking for some research and analysis regarding the AC, I'd appreciate a referral.

At 11:12am on April 5, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

I don't think so but look for yourself.  Use the link below.  Scroll to the search option third from the bottom, Permit ti Drill/Amend.  Check the box to get all the docs and enter the well serial number, 181702.

http://ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us/ucmsearch/Doctypes.aspx

I don't use Drillinginfo as I can access the raw data from the state O&G databases that are my business focus.

At 9:50am on April 5, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

There are 17 pages in the historic well file in addition to well log.  If that is more than you can access with Drillinginfo, let me know.

At 9:37am on April 5, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

RM, I'd like to try and find some additional data on the Rabalis #1 but can not pull up the well file and associated documents and reports with the API number.  Can you provide me with the state serial number?

At 9:38am on April 3, 2018, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Just so you know, Jay is an experienced geologist with 35+ years of experience.  He is a high level manager for a private E&P company in Houston.  He has been a member of GHS since the earliest days and follows the Haynesville Shale, among other plays, because he owns a family farm with Haynesville production in a good rock portion of the play.  I think his company has drilled or promoted prospects in both the AC and TMS over the last five or six years.  So he has access to proprietary data.

At 6:03am on February 8, 2018, David Crockett said…

Thank you for your input. 

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