"“REDUCE PRICING [DRILLING] NOW,” so much for free markets. Russian collusion or just plain stupidity??? With Trump’s approach to foreign and free markets, 3-5 year timelines get disrupted and goals change!!!"
"Several questions about the LA AC as they relate to the current play:
1) What is the source rock for the AC?
2) What are the similarities and differences to the Eagle Ford Group in TX?
3) Which criteria, either above or below the LA shelf, will…"
"Yes, I agree completely. My longer timeframe includes allowances for geopolitical considerations, world economies, and learning curves for drilling these AC wells in LA. To quote CSN, “It's been a long time…"
"Skip, thanks for the update. After following the Tuscaloosa Trend since the mid- to late-70’s, I understand that there is very little information sharing between companies, much less with landowners, with or without the appropriate lease…"
"Skip, a play on “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.” I know well watching is fun, but it can produce a lot of stress and anxiety. Maybe as part of all lease agreements, operators should be required to publish this…"
"IMHO, what EOG may do in the future needs to be interpreted as much in terms of their overall business model as any inferred results of one well in one part of a larger geologic context. Time, temperament and learning curve will tell the…"
"At $40 bbl, does drilling in the Gulf and onshore plays like the LA Austin Chalk make economic sense? Recent articles suggest it does given improvements in technology. Given a 5-6 year window can the large leasehold in Central LA be…"
Leasing in Pointe Coupee that I know of is for (a) Austin Chalk and (b) Tuscaloosa Trend, but not Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (or TMS). TMS is probably found across the upper part of Pointe Coupee. But then who knows just what the leasing company intends? They may say one thing and be thinking of something altogether different, they play their cards close to the chest.
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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