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Don Briggs: Haynesville Shale play is far from over

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No news is bad news I figure

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Louisiana land & mineral laws

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GDP Stock up 30% today on TMS news

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LOUISIANA AGENCY TO SUE ENERGY COMPANIES FOR WETLAND DAMAGE - New York Times By John Schwartz

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LOUISIANA HAYNESVILLE SHALE DRILLING INCREASES

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"Larry The wetter gas pursued by Anadarko is getting produced in the 10,000 foot depth range.  areas to the south and west get deeper and hotter, approaching the 12,500 mark.  "
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Larry G Smith P.E. replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Don Briggs: Haynesville Shale play is far from over
"The Hainsville formation is a very tight formation, that is why they have to frac the formation to allow it to produce gas. If you just drill a straight hole in to that formaion, there would be very little to no production.  From what I have…"
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Larry G Smith P.E. replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Don Briggs: Haynesville Shale play is far from over
"I would think that the lower pressures were due to less pressure used in the frac process, while the higher pressures are due to a tighter formation and higher pressure used to frac that formation. The formation pressure is only measured when the…"
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cheap shot replied to Andrew's discussion Louisiana Amends La. Rs. 30:10 Non-Consent Law
"I think, Mr. Dunlap, that you are entirely correct in your argument for retroactive application of the statute, and the district court was simply wrong in it's analysis and judgement. I doubt if CHK will be appealing here. "
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Larry G Smith P.E. replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Don Briggs: Haynesville Shale play is far from over
"Skip, what pressure do they use to open up that tube area? That formation on its own, really does not have much pressure. What pressure would that bore hole have if they only preforated the Casing and allow that well to produce?  I look at the…"
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Dion Warr replied to Andrew's discussion Louisiana Amends La. Rs. 30:10 Non-Consent Law
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No news is bad news I figure

I guess no news in Shelby or Panola County either. One year out on lease. Anadarko, do you think they will release?
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HBP replied to Andrew's discussion Louisiana Amends La. Rs. 30:10 Non-Consent Law
"I have to think CHK will take that to the 2nd Cir. to argue that it should only be effective for units formed or wells permitted after June 2012, basically that they relied on the existing 30:10 in good faith, etc..., etc... and that the new 30:10…"
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Larry G Smith P.E. replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion Don Briggs: Haynesville Shale play is far from over
"It is my understanding that when a well is fracts, the "tube" that formed around the drilled/cased hole is approximately 200 to 300 feet in diameter. The pressure used in this process is very high pressure. That will comes in at high…"
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