darryl s. jenkins
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At 0:31 on August 20, 2009, Dion Warr, CPL said…
'Morning Darryl.
At 1:34 on August 18, 2009, Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) said…
Thanks Darryl! Thanks for being a part of GHS!

At 2:36 on August 2, 2009, Skip Peel - Mineral Consultant said…
Mr. Jenkins. I see that Les has already answered your question correctly. Here is the production report from the well file that he refers to.

05/01/2009 615452 1 0 0 17925 0 0 SABINE
04/01/2009 615452 1 0 0 19782 0 0 SABINE
03/01/2009 615452 1 0 0 25961 0 0 SABINE
02/01/2009 615452 1 0 0 41154 0 0 SABINE
01/01/2009 615452 1 0 0 44623 0 0 SABINE
At 20:14 on August 1, 2009, Les Bamburg said…
Darryl, the Murray well was still producing in May which is the latest month information is available. The May rate averaged 578 thousand cubic feet per day (Mcfd) which is very good for a vertical Haynesville Shale well. Shell lost coiled tbing in the well after completion and there is some indication the well is producing with the coiled tubing still stuck in the well.

Shell, Murray 31 #1 Well, Serial #236843, S31-T10N-R11W, Grogan Field
At 3:19 on July 21, 2009, jffree1 said…
Darryl, Guilty as charged, LOL. Actually, I'm probably a bonafide "Shale Junkie" at this point. Have to visist GHS at least once a day or my day is not complete.
At 16:06 on July 20, 2009, Parkdota said…
I'm trying to learn as much as I can...if you make a mistake in this field it can be one that can cost thousands, tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands. The oil/gas companies have a real unfair advantage which is why I like this site....it helps us little guys.
At 15:24 on July 2, 2009, Joe Dyer said…
Daryl,Sorry so late getting back with you. On your lease if you have one, Their are 2 important clauses in fine print. You have the right to renew the lease for a certain amount disclosed ususally 150.00-250.00 for one or two more years. If the O&G feels like it wasn't a good investment they will try to sell that tract of land they had leased from you. But if they find a new lessor you most likely have the option to renew that contract without losing your up front bonus and percentage of royalties. I hope this makes sense, Joe.
At 12:34 on May 19, 2009, darryl s. jenkins said…
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