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Success in Sabine Parish
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Vine and GEP are having excellent success with recent mid Bossier drilling in 8N-12W  The most southern wells drilled in the Haynesville Bossier in Sabine Parish are fantastic. The Southern extent of…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jul 23.

 

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Mark Hughston replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"Your exactly right Skip.  The Mid Bossier has only been tested in the northern couple of miles of 8N-12W - 13W, but the results so far are very encouraging. A little about me. I am a geologist and partner in a couple of companies that have been…"
Jul 23
Martin replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"Skip --   I own several leases in Sabine Parish, T 9n.  Yesterday  I received an offer for my mineral interest for one lease, T 9n, S30, R 12W. Several other  of my leases are in  T 9N.  But this was the only one…"
Jul 22
Doctor Joe replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"I hope the results show the economic formations to be at least through southern 9N."
Jul 21
Doob replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"I call splitting hairs things like counting the linear lateral feet of wells north and south of a line when the statement was simply that results are encouraging. There are more than 20 wells with solid mid-Bossier production south of T9N; as good…"
Jul 21
Doob replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"I call splitting hairs things like counting the linear lateral feet of wells north and south of a line when the statement was simply that results are encouraging. There are more than 20 wells with solid mid-Bossier production south of T9N; as good…"
Jul 21
Doob replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Success in Sabine Parish
"Why are you splitting hairs Skip? Nothing Mark says isn't true and supported by data. He only points out that the southern Bossier wells in Sabine are good and there is not yet a defined limit to the south. The well data is clear: dip in…"
Jul 21
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Sabine Parish Activity

Vine and GEP are having excellent success with recent mid Bossier drilling in 8N-12W  The most southern wells drilled in the Haynesville Bossier in Sabine Parish are fantastic. The Southern extent of the play is wide open and not well defined or understood yetSee More
Jul 20
Mark Hughston left a comment for G. Rankin Schurman, II
"I will call you this afternoon. thanks Mark"
Jul 18
Mark Hughston and G. Rankin Schurman, II are now friends
Jul 18
Mark Hughston replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Sabine Parish Activity
"Just telling you what I can see on 3-D and on SWEPI's interpretation.  Be happy to show you sometime if your interested  In Sec 6 of 7N-11W, (SWEPI's abn loc), the Mid Bossier is no deeper than it is in Sec 2 of 8N-12W, where GEP…"
Jul 16
Mark Hughston replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Sabine Parish Activity
"I spotted an error in my recent post.  The current drilling in the southern part of 8N-12W is at about 13,000 ft, not 12,000."
Jul 16
Mark Hughston replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Sabine Parish Activity
"You are right that we will know a lot more in 12 months. But after watching the wells they drilled about a year and a half ago Vine and GEP are forming units and preparing to drill a large number of wells in 8N-12W, with many of those at the…"
Jul 16
ken hatcher replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Sabine Parish Activity
"Skip, would still ne interested in your opinion of the refract on Evans #242014 spuded 2010 and refraced last Dec (Vine)"
Jul 16
Mark Hughston replied to Mark Hughston's discussion Sabine Parish Activity
"The Haynesville thins as the Bossier thickens. The Bossier has no H2S issues all the way to the southern most wells drilled today. The Haynesville is still thick enough to make excellent wells, but does have H2S to be dealt with. Both Vine an GEP…"
Jul 15
Skip Peel - Independent Landman and Mark Hughston are now friends
Jul 13
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Sabine Parish Activity

Vine and GEP are having excellent success with recent mid Bossier drilling in 8N-12W  The most southern wells drilled in the Haynesville Bossier in Sabine Parish are fantastic. The Southern extent of the play is wide open and not well defined or understood yetSee More
Jul 13

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At 1:21pm on September 14, 2009, Mark Hughston said…
Hello! I hope the site is a place for you to learn, network and contribute. My name is Keith and I started the site in June of 2008 to open up lines of communication between landowners. Since then, we have grown to over 10,000 members.

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