Featured Shaler Les B: Who would he choose to develop his property in the Haynesville Shale?
By Bobi Carr
When you think of people (Shalers) on gohaynesvilleshale.com… Continue
Added by Bobi Carr ("parker") on March 31, 2010 at 18:30 —
An op-ed piece by Don Briggs with some "cautiously optimistic" stats. Of course, I would prefer a 75% glass full, or a 90% glass full POV, but, hey, hysterical pessimism is limited my vocabulary and not a habit of my practice. Enjoy! 80)http://www.theadvertiser.com/article/20100321/BUSINESS/3210314
from the article ...
"Louisiana's recovery in drilling activity has consistently… Continue
Added by sesport on March 21, 2010 at 11:52 —
I've had the pleasure of getting to know Mr. Kallenberg over the last year and it's no mistake that "Haynesville" is the first rate film that it is. Kallenberg and his team have put tremendous thought into it's production and it shows. If you haven't seen this film, you are missing out. I had a chance to speak with Gregory earlier this morning as he awaits the premiere of "Haynesville" at the SXSW… Continue
Added by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on March 15, 2010 at 12:30 —
Are any of the oil companies running any type of BHP/BHT monitring devices downhole while they are fracing? From my understanding that some of the horizontal well are getting multistage fracs, and want to question that if the oil companies would monitor their fracs, would they gain any vital information.
Added by Evolution Gauges on March 7, 2010 at 18:01 —
Recently reading a link from a link that was linked here, I ran across this website hosted by Mark DeMoss, head of the DeMoss Group. What lead me to it was an op-ed piece regarding marketing strategies in a powerpoint presentation about fundraising that was given by one of our national political committees. Mr. DeMoss, after learning of particular strategies suggested in the presentation, wrote a letter to key leaders of this party stating his dismay at the tactics being advocated and his… Continue
Added by sesport on March 7, 2010 at 10:00 —
During the past week, I have heard the same thing from three sources, that Petrohawk has laid off hundreds of landmen. The figure I hear is between 250 - 400 landmen laid off. This is massive. Is this a Petrohawk problem or is this another downturn in natural gas and its price? Is it a maturing of the work in the Haynesville Shale in particular...
Added by Johnny on March 6, 2010 at 20:32 —
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Added by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on March 3, 2010 at 16:44 —