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WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Mar 10, 2018.

Sharp Reversal: Natural-Gas Investors Are on Edge (WSJ 1/1/18)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jan 2, 2018.

 

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John Denison replied to Spring Branch,mineral owner's discussion Sections 8 & 17of 13N-15W
"Yes, the SROY wells are currently undergoing frac."
Feb 8
Andrew replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
"That's the one I was thinking of; I was mistaken when I said it was in Sabine Parish, and it is 4 new wells, not 5. Regardless, the application for 4 new wells indicates that they intend to drill. They may contract out operations, but I spoke…"
Mar 9, 2018
Andrew replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
"Tellurian just applied for 5 new wells in a single unit in Sabine Parish. "
Mar 9, 2018
Jay replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
"Chesapeake drills wells.  Tellurian does not.   Jay"
Mar 9, 2018
Bob Zimmerman replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
"<<<Will Tellurian deduct post production costs from $2.25?>>> As you indicated last week, post-production cost assessment is dependent on the terms of lease.  "
Mar 9, 2018
olddog573 replied to John Denison's discussion WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields
"My first gas payment from tellerian was equivalent to what indigo paid me for the same month of production "
Mar 9, 2018
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WSJ: Tellurian Has Held Talks With Chesapeake Energy on Louisiana Fields

Houston-based Tellurian seeking to become producer of natural gas with Haynesville assetsStephanie Yang / Updated March 8, 2018 5:24 p.m. ETTellurian Inc. is in talks to buy Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s Louisiana drilling fields as it seeks to become a producer as well as exporter of natural gas, according to people familiar with the matter.Chesapeake, a pioneer of the shale boom, has been selling off some of the vast holdings assembled by its late co-founder Aubrey McClendon as it struggles with…See More
Mar 9, 2018
John Denison replied to John Denison's discussion Sharp Reversal: Natural-Gas Investors Are on Edge (WSJ 1/1/18)
"Skip, I appreciate you giving us the facts from someone who's "in the trenches." Many thanks. "
Jan 2, 2018
William C. Morrison replied to John Denison's discussion Sharp Reversal: Natural-Gas Investors Are on Edge (WSJ 1/1/18)
"Here I sit shivering at below freezing temperatures looking at low natural gas prices.  I am hoping the price per thousand rises a bit.  I hope it rises a dime or 15 cents.  That will make a difference in my monthly check from…"
Jan 2, 2018
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Sharp Reversal: Natural-Gas Investors Are on Edge (WSJ 1/1/18)

Prices plunged 21% in 2017 for the worst year since 2014, despite a rally in late DecemberAlison Sider Jan. 1, 2018 7:00 a.m. ETInvestors wagered on a natural-gas rally last year but it never came. Instead, prices plunged 21% for the worst year since 2014.Heading into 2017, some investors thought natural gas could extend the gains from 2016, betting that new gas-fired power plants and record exports would burn off the excess supplies that fracking had unleashed. But gas prices ended the year at…See More
Jan 1, 2018
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WSJ: Growing Gas Glut Threatens West Texas Oil Boom

Energy producers are running out of places to send all of their gas, possibly forcing them to cap wells, curtail drilling or set the gas aflameAlison Sider Nov. 20, 2017 8:00 a.m. ETPipelines running from the region’s Permian Basin to the Gulf Coast’s chemical plants, cities and export terminals are essentially full. Drillers in the Rockies and Canada already supply markets in the north and west.There is plenty of room on pipelines running south to Mexico, which has emerged as a major market…See More
Nov 20, 2017
John Denison replied to d laurenson's discussion 1334 Haynesville Leasing & Minerals
"A quick search of the Louisiana corporations database shows the company based in Oklahoma City with a Lafayette name listed as registered agent. And they are not in good standing with the Louisiana Secretary of State for failure to file a required…"
Nov 18, 2017
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Nov 17, 2017
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WSJ: Should the U.S. Limit Exports of Natural Gas?

Supporters of limits say higher LNG exports will lead to higher natural-gas prices in the U.S. Opponents say higher exports will have broad benefits for the economy.Nov. 13, 2017 10:04 p.m. ETMore drilling for oil and gas and new incentives for nuclear energy are part of the Trump administration’s plans to enlarge the already huge U.S. footprint in increasingly competitive global energy markets.Another part of the plan: more exports of natural gas. The U.S. has become a major player in…See More
Nov 16, 2017
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BTR Business Report: Will Louisiana remain a major energy player when oil is no longer king?

Money quote: "Key is the significantly greater role that natural gas will play in that scenario, with some estimating that demand for the product will double through 2040."Energy Institute of Louisiana Director Mark Zappi in Lafayette says predicting where the market is going to be decades into the future is nearly impossible due to unknown political, technological and economic factors, but there is one virtual certainty: Natural gas is going to be big. Natural gas has its own environmental…See More
Nov 15, 2017
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WSJ: The Haynesville Makes a Comeback

An Old Fracking Hot Spot Makes a Comeback: The Haynesville Shale in Louisiana is being reborn, with the number of active drilling rigs tripling in the past yearBy Lynn Cook, The Wall Street Journal Oct. 17, 2017 4:46 p.m. ET One of the early centers of American shale drilling is roaring back to life, boosted by a building boom of petrochemical plants, fertilizer factories and gas-export terminals along the Gulf Coast.The Haynesville Shale, a giant natural-gas field in northwest Louisiana, was…See More
Oct 26, 2017

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