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Align Midstream hosts ribbon cutting for facility in Angelina County serving BP
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Tags: BP, angelina, texas, bossier, haynesville

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Mar 31.

12% of Texas coal fired power plant capacity to retire in 2018
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Oct 15, 2017.

good news from Sabine Pass
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Spring Branch,mineral owner Apr 21, 2016.

 

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dbob replied to Mister Sunday's discussion What the heck are these people protesting? in the group San Augustine, TX
"Speculation - it doesn't look like those on the service list are identified on the tract map.  Any possibility these might be heirs that have a right to a portion of a mineral interest?"
Jun 18
dbob replied to Mister Sunday's discussion What the heck are these people protesting? in the group San Augustine, TX
"Speculating, but it is likely that the well bore goes within an arbitrary distance from some unleased minerals.  As part of permitting, unleased mineral owners within that distance are given notice under SWR 37.  Never been to a hearing,…"
Jun 16
dbob replied to JHH's discussion Haynesville Returns
"Based on the H vs HB notation, yes, one is Haynesville and one is Bossier"
Jun 6
dbob replied to JHH's discussion Haynesville Returns
"If you look carefully at the coordinates the surface location on each permit will be separated by about 12 to 25 feet.  This is the distance the rig had to move from one well to the next.  The curve and other information in the directional…"
Jun 6
dbob replied to JHH's discussion Haynesville Returns
"The stacked laterals are a regulatory construct, not dual laterals coming from the same well bore.  Due to the complexity and pressures associated with the completion work, as well as costs, it does not currently appear to be practical to tap…"
Jun 6
dbob replied to True Texan's discussion What is Oil and Gas worth at the Well Head?
"True Texan - A slightly different take on Skip's response.  In general, a well will only produce a single grade of "oil" in a given month.  There are certain circumstances with with down hole commingling, that might allow a…"
Jun 4
dbob replied to True Texan's discussion What is Oil and Gas worth at the Well Head?
"What oil and gas is worth at a well head is a pretty complex question.  Quality of the oil/gas as well as how it has to be transported affects what its worth.  For example, gas with no pipeline is essentially worthless.   In…"
Jun 3
dbob replied to David Wist's discussion Texas Rules of Capture
"If you haven't already done so, I suggest you look up the wells near you using either the RRC drilling permit query http://webapps2.rrc.state.tx.us/EWA/drillingPermitsQueryAction.door   or use the GIS web…"
May 9
dbob replied to David Wist's discussion Texas Rules of Capture
"David, Drilling of horizontal wells in Texas is covered by spacing requirements that vary be field.  But the path of the well needs to be in a drilling lease or unit.  Can you be more specific on the issue you are having?  "
May 9
jffree1 replied to dbob's discussion Align Midstream hosts ribbon cutting for facility in Angelina County serving BP
"Thanks, dbob. Great news. http://www.kxxv.com/story/37838912/bps-proposed-natural-gas-operation-in-angelina-county-will-be-its-largest-on-shore-project (snip) BP's Jamie deMahy heads up the development program that drills the wells along the…"
Mar 31
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Align Midstream hosts ribbon cutting for facility in Angelina County serving BP

http://www.kxxv.com/story/37838912/bps-proposed-natural-gas-operation-in-angelina-county-will-be-its-largest-on-shore-projectLUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -A company called Align Midstream Partners II announced its new facility in Angelina County. The natural gas gathering treatment and pipeline facility is serving BP. BP is conducting its largest on shore project in…See More
Mar 30
dbob replied to James L. Williams's discussion BP America Koala Gas Unit
"I would assume the rock is good in that area.  you might be able to use RRC resources to identify nearby wells with production and get an idea what the rock is…"
Oct 25, 2017
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12% of Texas coal fired power plant capacity to retire in 2018

https://www.dallasnews.com/business/energy/2017/10/13/texas-largest-power-generator-speeds-coals-decline-closure-two-plants...Luminant officials said cheap natural gas and Texas' competitive energy market has gradually made these decades-old plants unprofitable. The state has also seen a boom in wind energy (it leads the nation) and increases in solar....At…See More
Oct 15, 2017

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At 8:17am on April 13, 2016, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

My friend at Panda didn't know anything beyond what was in the article.  He's nearing retirement and I guess his mind is elsewhere.  You know everyone directly and indirectly connected to the electrical power generation industry is watching this demonstration plant.

Are you still working in the Caddo Pine Island?  If so Julie and I are bored and want to invite you to lunch one day while you are in transit through E TX.

At 6:50pm on June 10, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
At 3:04pm on May 22, 2013, Jerry Miller said…

New to this group, so any info on SW Walker county and /or Augustus May Energy? What is the going rate on leases in Walker county?

At 9:32pm on January 29, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Agreed.  I'm always curious when I see significant condensate production.  A majority of new wells that are profitable owing to liquids don't look especially impressive in their IP and production data because there is no btu value reported for the gas component.  You might see an IP of 75 bbls of condensate and 4 MMcfd and think it an average well then see a report by the operator that the well is making 2,500 BOED.  Most state reporting regs don't require specifics as to NGL production or btu per mcf of gas.  Dry gas, such as Haynesville, may have a btu value of 0.95 while a good wet gas well may have a btu value of 1.15. 

At 9:26pm on September 10, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

dbob, did you Favorite your own discussion?

At 7:07am on June 20, 2012, Benedumtreesoilwell said…
Look over the Crimson well in Brazos Co. It's a 72 hour test that makes it look very impressive. 24 hour test is significantly lower obviously.
At 7:50pm on January 31, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Doesn't make sense to me either, dbob.  That's why I think it's likely inaccurate.  Encana needs to concentrate on oil and liquids no matter where located.  What I'm seeing in the TMS currently would lead me to believe they will have at least three rigs there sometime this year. If not, it doesn't bode well for the TMS play.

At 3:01pm on July 31, 2011, king john said…

hello dbob

 

At 1:52pm on March 16, 2011, Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) said…
Great, yes, do a write up and I'll make sure it is read. Thanks!
At 6:26pm on November 16, 2010, tony allen said…
Thanks for the offer,the pond was built for recreation in the 50's.It is spring fed and has never been dry.

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