"Yes, that is correct. I stopped by the site a couple of months ago when passing through the area to see if any of the onsite personnel could tell me anything. In fact there are 2 large compressors along with what could best be described as a…"
"CeeTee, it's not a Haynesville well so try not to compare it to results from HA shale. It is still not clear which formation they are producing from (wildcat) but the IP was 1.25 MMcfd of NG and if you look at the G-5 report, it also…"
I see where the completion report for the Black Stone Rebecca well number F 1SN was submitted last Friday (7/22/2011). I've been following this well as it's very close to my family's property. I would be greatful if someone who is familiar with these reports could tell me if this is a good one. Thanks in advance........... CeeTee See More
"My Aunt and Uncle actually own this tract of land. I called Aunt today - NO. This is not a pad site. They are just clearing the land for additional pasture land. Sorry, but it was interesting and exciting until I called. LOL."
"I've been paying attention to that location on my trips to San Augustine but, for now, don't have any useful info. I just figured it was a landowner with some "extra" cash putting it to work to clean up the tract."
I passed by the intersection of Hwy 96 and FM 1751 this past Sunday, and on the southwest corner there is a new area that has just been cleared. I didn't see any signs indicating a new well site, but it looks like the perfect size for one. Two chipper machines were sitting there, but looked to be through with what they were doing and just waiting to be picked up. It's just a little north of the new Teal 1H (permit number 712684). If anyone knows if this may be a new well site, I'd appreciate…See More
Stopped by the well site Thursday (3/17/2011) and was able to talk to the construction superintendant. He said the geologist was onsite and knew how good the well was, but that Blackstone was being very closed mouthed about how…"
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