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July LNG exports set record
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From the EIA - https://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=40953Natural gas deliveries to U.S. facilities producing liquefied…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Sep 24.

Oil and Gas Climate Initiative announces progress toward methane target, new initiative.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Sep 24.

Texas Waha natgas prices rise ahead of Gulf Coast pipeline start-up
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https://finance.yahoo.com/news/texas-waha-natgas-prices-rise-171247755.htmlThat cut the premium of next-day…Continue

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dbob replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Louisiana Austin Chalk: Hundreds of Millions Down the Drain? in the group Austin Chalk
"Just a few comments - at least onshore - in wetlands, there is not a requirement to man production facilities 24/7.  I can't speak to new facilities in open water or off the coast.   If I had to choose from projects with equal…"
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dbob replied to Mister Sunday's discussion BSI Keydets in the group San Augustine, TX
"I've seen a slightly different amount in terms of capacity coming out of Permian - some of the gas may find a home in Mexico and not make it to the Gulf Coast.  IMHO very important.  The second thing to keep in mind is that Appalachia…"
Sep 23
dbob replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion There are some things more important than the price of an mcf of natural gas or a barrel of oil
"Skip - regardless of the animal specific emission rate, discussions about livestock emissions actually are relevant.  In particular, the conversion efficiency for smaller animals (chickens, rabbits, sheep/goats and pigs in a US focused ag…"
Sep 17
dbob replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion Saudi Arabia reportedly shuts down half its oil production after drone attack
"Fundamentally, its a bit bullish for oil, but for natural gas stocks and prices, I'd call it a negative.  Why?  Because If you increase the price of oil (say above $70/bbl) it will just cause the Permian spigot to open wider. …"
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Texas Waha natgas prices rise ahead of Gulf Coast pipeline start-up

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/texas-waha-natgas-prices-rise-171247755.htmlThat cut the premium of next-day gas at the U.S. Henry Hub <NG-W-HH-SNL> benchmark in Louisiana over Waha to a monthly low of $1.30 per mmBtu in August, its lowest since January when the spread was just 92 cents.The Gulf Coast Express is designed to deliver about 2.0 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) of gas from the Permian…See More
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dbob replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Waste to Energy: J. Peterman to the Rescue
"Snake oil.  Gasification systems have been around a long time.  They work reasonably well with a dry, fairly uniform, feedstock.  Because of the nature of the process, if you can vaporize something (e.g. sulfur, chlorine) from the…"
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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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