#24 Haynesville Shale Updates - Thursday, October 30, 2008
This Post Last Updated: Thursday, November 06, 2008
Large Natural Gas Deposit, Northwest Louisiana
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Wells of Past, 1967 - Grandfather’s Farm - Red Shute Plantation
Added by AubreyJ on October 30, 2008 at 7:30am —
does anybody know if any companies have done any 3d seismic in webster parish in last 180 days
Added by sam i am on October 23, 2008 at 1:01pm —
Problems with Big Drilling Units
The Louisiana Department of Conservation has already approved joining some sections near the Texas line to form drilling units for the Haynesville Shale in excess of 900 acres instead of the normal 640 acre units. I understand also that Louisiana law currently limits the size of drilling units to 640 acres, so I do not understand how this change can be implemented without changing the law. Don't think this could only impact those sections on the… Continue
Added by Bud on October 22, 2008 at 8:40am —
Since this site has gotten so big and there are so many newbies on here, I thought I would do a little basics outline for folks this time. Let me prefice this by saying that leasing has slowed to a crawl at this point and Chesapeake is backing out of many deals in areas they do not hold the majority. That said, I do think the market will stabalize and the leasing activity will ebb and flow for the next several years so information about drilling and leasing is still relevant. I hope this helps… Continue
Added by Kassi on October 20, 2008 at 6:00pm —
Every mineral owner should assemble, and keep current, a file of pertinent information regarding their mineral estate. The file should contain conveyance documents of numerous types, royalty payment receipts, lessee contact information and well data (if the minerals are under an existing lease) and notes that help to describe the extent and status of the mineral estate. The discussions on Go Haynesville Shale provide a daily reminder of why all mineral owners should know as much as possible… Continue
Added by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on October 16, 2008 at 9:35am —
We have land in the above area with leases to Petrohawk. Curious if either Petrohawk, XTO Energy or EOG, possibly Cheseapeake are drilling new wells in this area.
Added by Russell Plilar on October 15, 2008 at 1:37pm —
Hello! I got laid off today and was just wondering if anyone knows of any open landman positions. I have 6 months experience of title work and lease acquisition.
Added by riverodelaguarda on October 15, 2008 at 1:13pm —
As you all know by now my neighborhood is held by production from a 1955 lease and a well in a completely different section. I and some of my neighbors have spent the past 3 weeks discussing the need to move forward with a demand for release and possible litigation with all of the folks in the affected area. There has been much discussion re, the attorney fee, court costs, etc.
There have been many questions raised and, since more and more people out there are finding themselves in… Continue
Added by Kassi on October 6, 2008 at 9:02pm —
Does anyone know if there has been any leasing of mineral rights by Toledo Bend Lake. My family as perpetual mineral rights under the lake in Sabine Parish. Where would I find this information.
Added by mdforce on October 5, 2008 at 3:28pm —