We are very excited about the Haynesville Shale and all it has in store for our future.
We will be offering a Certificate in Petroleum Land Management in January 2009. This program is 80 hours in length but is subject to change as many advisors have asked that participants complete the Notary Public class. This program will educate and train participants at a level and speed that, upon completion, makes them immediately ready to enter the workforce. Additionally, LSUS is seeking… Continue
Added by Tisha on September 30, 2008 at 16:28 —
Can someone please help me find Petrohawk's phone number. I have land that I would like to get leased and heard they are paying the big bucks. Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call my cell 615-569-8916.
Added by JC220 on September 29, 2008 at 11:51 —
What do you think our Foreign Enemies think
when we cant solve a problem
What do you think when they hear
we are going down with no rescue no bail out
we have to make a decision and vote before tom.
They say they were fighting so bad
they made them put up their blackberrys
Just think they can by stock for their desk on their blackberry
Is it country first
180000 a year and they cant speak intelligently enough
to not warn the terrorist
Added by Leslie on September 28, 2008 at 15:00 —
I thought i should remind everyone
the politicians are talking about their next vacation
and they have no solution
Financial , Energy Problems.
Or Budget Trouble
They are busy spinning lies.
Added by Leslie on September 28, 2008 at 14:55 —
Is it okay to bring folks with us?
Added by Sharon Brazil on September 23, 2008 at 18:40 —
I have always felt we are responsible for ourselves because we really cannot depend on others to be responsible for us. When I was sixteen I quit school, packed my bags and left home. I ended up homeless for a while then was blessed with a son who made me want to be more. My son and I were on food stamps and lived in government subsidized housing and I received Pell Grants when I finally got my GED and started college. I was grateful for the help but never saw it as a hand out instead I thought… Continue
Added by Kassi on September 22, 2008 at 3:00 —
There are those of us that have been leased for years. And have watched as wells in our units were drilled, and then maybe produced for a while and then the checks slowly stopped coming. Or maybe a well was a good one, and we found that the unit lines were changed, (without notice) and we were no longer part of that unit which had a good producing well. At one point a new well was drilled, and it was said, to have high gas pressure. My Mother worked with the landman to help get the local people… Continue
Added by Eat Beef on September 20, 2008 at 17:00 —
Here is a piece of legislation you may be interested in.
The purpose is "to greatly enhance the Nation's path toward energy independence and environmental, energy, economic, and national security, by amending Federal policy to increase the production of domestic energy sources..."
The bill seems to do a couple things.
1) It removes the off shore oil and gas drilling and forces the oil/gas produced to stay in the US (per the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act of… Continue
Added by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) on September 15, 2008 at 15:26 —
Does anyone know of any upcoming activity in section 25 t14 r10. Thank you for any information. I am in no hurry, but would like to stay up on the happenings.
Added by billy on September 13, 2008 at 12:55 —
Have been contacted to survey land in West Bienville Parish for new pipeline. No offer. Continue
Added by RANDY C. on September 13, 2008 at 0:48 —
Has anyone heard anything about the portion of this section where the minerals were owned by the state? i was told there had been a lawsuit filed, but not knowing the name of any plaintiff, I have not been able to locate.
Added by UnderRadar on September 11, 2008 at 13:10 —
Hey everybody. Does anyone know of anything going on in the Kilgore area? I have some mineral rights just outside of town and am curious as to what the rights may be selling for in the area.
Added by Catie Naylor on September 9, 2008 at 18:57 —
On a 16" pipe, with a 50 Foot right of way, what are the prices paid for a rod?
The company is Embridge. I understand smaller pipelines running from wells on my property, or in the unit, where I would be dealing with Devon, would be less per rod, because of my lease with them, but on a outside company wanting to cross my property, what are some of the damages paid for different things. They first said they would be coming thru an area where the damages would not effect much, but when they… Continue
Added by Regina on September 9, 2008 at 13:00 —