Hey thanks for watching, today Sat. JRv and I drove down the dirt road where someone keeps trashing Catfish and they are blowing holes on the road? the survey equiptment is parked between Pierce Rd and where the dirt road comes out by the church. I didn't know they could survey on a county road. hmmmm?
JRV and I will be out with out Teryx Sun morning to ride our trails on the property. If you see us (White pickup King ranch and flatbed give us a shout. Thanks.LLV
Okay, Heresfordsnshale, got the map out and looked us both up! You got flags on your side of the road too. If you live out there you need to be our eyes. Sure want them to put a hole out there next to number 104. We will be out thee tomorrow riding the trails, if you see us out there give us a wave! Identify......thanks for reply. LV
Our family leased to Cheasapeake and are hoping they will be the ones in there. We are in Section 24 T11N R16W, our family property runs down powerline/across pierce Rd and to and across day RD, down Pierce Road and to leaseback on the East side. Where are you in regards to the Trinidad #104 Well. Hope we all get drilled . Have you seen any survey trucks on site yet. Call if you do....we want to be on hand if possibe.
Despite all the efforts of most of the decent, sincere people in Section 20 pointing out that it is simply not FAIR to the mineral owners of that section to decrease their revenue stream by putting 29 in with 20, and that there IS ample acreage in 29 for a well site, the Commish did exactly that "on the spot".
No one HAS YET been able to come up with an explanation of just how the well in the S/E corner of 20 is going to " . . . economically and efficiently . . . " drain gas in 29 when THE LATERAL GOES DIRECTLY NORTH AWAY FROM 29 !
Good ole Louisiana politics ! "Dem dat gots the gold -- makes de rules !"
In short -- the fix was in befort the sun came up on the Hearing day !!
Hereford----wayne a gadman, who owns 120 acres in sec 29 told me he was told by Onebane law firm that it was granted. He has not officially received notice yet. The drilling rig is in place and has begun the drill.
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