"Skip, even if your second thought was accurate and the Bossier was commercially productive that far north, I doubt that the top of the Bossier formation would be 1,360' (10,910 vs 9,550') shallower that the top of the Haynesville in that…"
"Other than to possibly shaft the various mineral owners by capturing the Cotton Valley within the definition of the Haynesville zone, I can’t imagine
how Aethon could possibly justify this action to the Commission!"
Hi Spring Branch. Did you ever get your severence tax reimbursemen?. I have been trying to get mine out of Petrohawk and can't even get a return phone call now. I have heard Petrohawk hasn't paid back the severence money to multiple people in our section.
Spring - If you really have such strong objections to my posts/opinions, I really have NO strong objection to you removing me from your "Friends" list. That should at least make you feel better, like you've at least taken a stand and done something about it.
SB, Hey, which Co. (not Southern Star) had the slide that showed the thickness of the shale in the outline of the current prospective Haynesville Area? That is one I didn't save to my computer, but I can't remember which O & G showed it. It showed the Haynesville pretty thick to the East of the Play. Thanks.
Goodrich currently drilling shale well in the Daniel Martin Survey, A-526, Rusk County, A-439 Panola. You can find plat @ Railroad Commission site. Also you can "Google: "Goodrich Bossier shale" and get some potential figures for earlier wells.
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More