"Tea or Koolaid? Why are they "dancing" in PCP? Updip most likely easier Stack Play, but downdip greater potential and more complex geology??? In terms or earlier leases, is time running out? So many ???, so little time."
"Any thoughts as to why EOG is "looking" updip, when their first leasehold was predominantly downdip? Time is running out on those leases, and they will have to pay additional rentals to maintain those leases for another 3 years. They could…"
"Yes Skip, seems like COP activity in Kirk's LAMS Stack Play area in East Feliciana Parish is the current place of interest. Maybe they will investigate both updip and downdip sections around these Wells. I just hope they are deligent and…"
"Skip, by big picture, I meant O&G. I'm a research scientist with an interest in geology. Obviously not all areas will be equal in terms of potential production, but I believe given the uncertain geopolitical climate and the changes in US…"
"EOG economic model is based on return on investment, not necessarily building production inventory. So, price of oil and costs to drill and market will drive EOG plans. Will be interesting to see COP results in East Feliciana Parish, which is…"
"Looks as if the E & W boundaries are being tested both above and below the reef, respectively? My guess is that on the Eastern end someone might test the downdip (Fairway D) portion of Kirk's LAMS Stack Play? Hope these operators bring…"
"Yes, another pump and dump stock scheme might prove a bit too much, even in these ethically troubled times. I was looking at the history of the LA AC earlier and was surprised to learn that some consider it to be potentially the largest…"
Leasing in Pointe Coupee that I know of is for (a) Austin Chalk and (b) Tuscaloosa Trend, but not Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (or TMS). TMS is probably found across the upper part of Pointe Coupee. But then who knows just what the leasing company intends? They may say one thing and be thinking of something altogether different, they play their cards close to the chest.
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