Spring Branch,mineral owner
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Frac water pipeline
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Started this discussion. Last reply by CG Nov 5.

New BHP Billiton well permits
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jesse Joyner Oct 16.

Sanchez O & G permits a 7,470' wildcat well in St. Helena Parish
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Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Billy Random's discussion Nacogdoches County AFE Amount Question
"I had a BP landman tell me $18 million"
Nov 9
Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Big Changes Ahead for the Network - Please Read
"You've done a great service to all of us, Keith!  Thank you!"
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Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Mister Sunday's discussion BSI Keydets in the group San Augustine, TX
"Good to know.  I haven't received mine yet!"
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CG replied to Spring Branch,mineral owner's discussion Frac water pipeline
"$1 per foot."
Nov 5
Spring Branch,mineral owner posted a discussion

Frac water pipeline

Does anyone know what the going rate is if someone wants to run a temporary water line across my land from a frac pond to a surface location.  I will not participate in any royalty from the well in question.See More
Nov 5
Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Pray for Bobi Carr's Family
"Your family is in my prayers, Bobi."
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Spring Branch,mineral owner replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion East Texas acreage hits 2.5 Bcf/d, IP rates at 12.2 MMcf/d compare favorably to Louisiana
"I'm having a hard time believing that the CURRENT IP rate in the Louisiana Haynesville is 14.7 mmcf/d. With the current frac technology in use today, I'd guess the average current IP rates are at least 40% higher than 14.7mmcf/d, with many…"
Oct 18
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New BHP Billiton well permits

I see that BHP Billiton has just permitted 4 new CUL wells in the Elm Grove Field, T16N,R11W, Sections 23 & 26.I thought that BHP Billiton had sold their Haynesville properties to BP America.  What gives?See More
Oct 16

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At 9:29pm on August 30, 2011, adubu said…
SB--we can us the site email to discuss pipeline ROW-- will be happy to share 3 ROW info in last 3-4 years
At 6:27pm on August 4, 2011, Cayman Bum said…
Hi Spring Branch. Did you ever get your severence tax reimbursemen?. I have been trying to get mine out of Petrohawk and can't even get a return phone call now. I have heard Petrohawk hasn't paid back the severence money to multiple people in our section.
At 10:17am on February 18, 2011, Henry said…

Spring Branch,

Hi.  I sent you a friend request, so I could ask you a question....  Would you please accept?  Thanks.

At 8:19pm on June 26, 2010, sesport said…
Spring - If you really have such strong objections to my posts/opinions, I really have NO strong objection to you removing me from your "Friends" list. That should at least make you feel better, like you've at least taken a stand and done something about it.

At 5:37pm on December 29, 2009, Taylor said…
SB, Hey, which Co. (not Southern Star) had the slide that showed the thickness of the shale in the outline of the current prospective Haynesville Area? That is one I didn't save to my computer, but I can't remember which O & G showed it. It showed the Haynesville pretty thick to the East of the Play. Thanks.
At 4:18pm on October 23, 2009, Les B said…
At 10:01am on October 23, 2009, Les B said…
SB, I will probably put out an update after the 3rd Qtr analyst calls. My last official list had 35 wells and was dated 9/19 but my running tally stands at 43 wells.
At 10:48am on October 22, 2009, Jim Smith said…
Goodrich currently drilling shale well in the Daniel Martin Survey, A-526, Rusk County, A-439 Panola. You can find plat @ Railroad Commission site. Also you can "Google: "Goodrich Bossier shale" and get some potential figures for earlier wells.
At 12:00am on August 27, 2009, GCrump said…
SB, if you here of any rigs being moved in the arklatex (who,where, when) could you let me know.. thanks
At 11:36am on August 14, 2009, Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) said…
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