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What $9 Natural Gas Means for the Haynesville Land/Mineral Owner--My Top 10
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1.  Most new wells will be 7500'-10000'K CUL's drilled to within the known boundaries of the HA and BO Shales.  Some shorter laterals may be drilled due to offset operator ownership or previous…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Howrish Aug 17.

NG Prices
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In case no one has noticed NG prices have rocketed to over $9.  With storage lagging, heat of summer coming, Europe in need of LNG due to war and policies, and a shaky US grid look for north of $10…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant Jun 8.

Planet of The Humans Exposes The Real Story of Green Energy
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A film by Michael Moore.  Yes, that Michael Moore.  It shows that the Green Energy Movement is a farce.  Take a look for your self on YouTube.  It’s free and it is good.  Jay…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron Moak May 23, 2020.

Marathon Suspends LA AC Activity Immediately
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Marathon has elected to suspend their Resource Play Exploration (REx) drilling and leasing activity due to the oil price collapse.  This includes the presently drilling Crowell well in Rapides…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rock Man Mar 14, 2020.

 

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ShaleGeo replied to billy's discussion Proposed Sub Surface Use Agreement.
"I did one where an operator in one section was allowed to drill into the adjacent section in the shallow portion of the hole to allow them to build angle to perforate the entire section.  Since I owned the minerals in both, I was able to agree…"
21 hours ago
ShaleGeo replied to billy's discussion Proposed Sub Surface Use Agreement.
"I call that a backward drill, or subsurface agreement.  Allows the operator to build angle and effectively perforate the entire section if possible.  If you share in the revenue stream from the proposed well, work with them.  If not,…"
Wednesday
ShaleGeo replied to d laurenson's discussion Well access road
"That is more than likely the sign for the service company that is handling the completion operations.  If you post the location of the site, I can let you know what activity is currently going on there.  "
Wednesday
ShaleGeo replied to Jimmy Hamiter's discussion Estimating Value of DeSoto Mineral Rights Based On Purchase Offer
"Jimmy if you are a Byrd 1975 graduate you know me! Jay"
Sep 21
ShaleGeo replied to Jimmy Hamiter's discussion Estimating Value of DeSoto Mineral Rights Based On Purchase Offer
"Bunch of variables in the equation.  NG price, number of wells, vintage of wells, operator deducts, royalty amount, etc.  I would not sell anything unless you have an emergency need.  Even then, don't sell!  To get a FMV,…"
Sep 21
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion What is Trinity up to in 33-19N-14W?
"I have to assume they are gathering cores for their data room for whoever buys them.  Otherwise, I would be spending that capex on wells that cash flow and pay out quick at $8 per MM and those wells are south of this township.  Just my…"
Sep 21
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion What is Trinity up to in 33-19N-14W?
"Yesterday they spud another "data collection" vertical well.  This one is in the NE/4 of 25/19N/16W.  FYI.  It is called the Gray #1.  Permitted depth is 11276'.  "
Sep 20
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion What is Trinity up to in 33-19N-14W?
"I have the logs from the adjacent wells.  The Haynesville is thinner and has less porosity than the wells to the south.  The core data would be proprietary.  "
Sep 13
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion What is Trinity up to in 33-19N-14W?
"The well was plugged and abandoned on July 23rd. jay"
Sep 13
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Haynesville Continuing to Lead Natural Gas Production Growth in Latest EIA Projections
"This huge NG demand is driven by the worldwide rush to "energy transition".  Europe gave up on fossils and believed Russia would bail them out but that did not work out so well.  Lately NG has been labeled "green"…"
Sep 13
ShaleGeo replied to JAMES SMITH's discussion New Well
"That is a good area.  Just upthrown of the Elm Grove fault so no faults to steer around.  Plus the fried chicken at Kickapoo corner is damn good. "
Sep 12
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Court Rules Operator Falsified Test and Production Reports to Maintain Lease
"Get a O/G attorney.  That is all.  "
Sep 6
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Azul Operating, LLC begins Haynesville Development
"Rig currently drilling in 14/11N/10W.  Southwestern Operator.  Another one east in 30/11N/9W.  Chesapeake.  Options are always good.  If you have a large number of acres, don’t go it alone.  "
Aug 28
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Azul Operating, LLC begins Haynesville Development
"One of the drawbacks to this area is that the lateral distances are limited by faulting, depth, and extreme pressures.  If an operator has an option to drill in other areas of the Haynesville that don't have these issues they will do…"
Aug 27
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Azul Operating, LLC begins Haynesville Development
"That well was too far east for the HA to work.  They tried to make a HZ James Lime well out of it.  Did not work.  "
Aug 25
ShaleGeo replied to Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant's discussion Azul Operating, LLC begins Haynesville Development
"They perforated a long shale section in the vertical well and it did not last.  It was plugged a few years ago.  The shale was just on top of the Smackover, so technically it could be called HA or BO.  Jurassic in age.  "
Aug 25

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