Where can I get an updated map of gas wells around my property? I live on FM 1277 in the Goodwin community. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know how close to my property pads are located. Google maps does not show current activity. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Keith I have been contacted by a Landman in Tyler and he has emailed me a division order on a small piece of property I own in San Augustine county. He says they will spud in April. Who would you suggest I contact to review this division order to ensure bonus & %'s are good.
Was reading the thread started by Dextar, Liars and thieves, right?, and was surprised to see all the negativity by the landowners. Was trying to make a comment, but maybe i have lost my posting privileges. I am an investor in 2019 natgas futures by the way.
Obviously, the oil and natgas mkts are diff... and short term - everything is in the cellar. However, we will need 100+ BCF/day of natgas by 2020. Not all that increase can come out of Marcellus/Utica - 15 incremental foretasted by then; or Associated - 3 incremental forecasted. But 5 BCF/day incremental is needed out of Haynesville. Proximity to LNG export terms; Mexican pipeline export estimates grow by the month. Seems like a rosey macro enviro - unless you need the money right now.
OK Keith now I have an issue with my post being partially deleted. In an effort to comply with site policy I made an offer to share info to help members without compensation in return and stated it was not a solicitation for personal monetary gain for me.
Please explain how discussing issues of private business between members off this public forum constitutes me violating site policy. If it does can you inform me of any ethical options as I have honorable intentions I will be more than willing to fully disclose to you by phone if you like about what I intend to share.
Our law firm is handling thousands of cases against Chesapeake related to its underpayment of royalties. We will begin advertising in LA soon. I was hoping that we could work with you and advertise on your website. We will of course pay for our adds. I'd also like to speak with you about the Haynesville Shale in general and about DeSoto Parish.
I'm a native Louisianian. My Dad and his entire family are from Mamou, LA, and my mother's family is from Metairie, LA, so i admittedly don't know much about DeSoto Parish.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com. You can also reach me by calling my cell number at 817.846.5633.
Can you tell me if "david crockett' owns land in Eola or if he was just reporting. Feeling like I really need additional information on what is going on in that area. We own in S2, E2 area and have a current lease.
Great web page. I truly enjoy it and use it. We have property sits amidst of TMS to the North, Morganza Field to the West, Judge Digby to the South and Moore-Sams to the East. We keep hoping and watching.
Keith, I hate what has happened to the TMS portion of the GHS website. It used to be very easy for me to keep up with all the current posts regarding the TMS and now it is virtually impossible. If I click on the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Group in the Groups Latest Activity section of the GHS, all I get is a blank page. You have made it virtually impossible to follow all the blogs on the TMS. I liked it much better when there was a Mississippi site and a Louisiana site as I won minerals is several parishes and counties of Louisiana and Mississippi.
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