"you do not have to wait until payout, to see the numbers and track the well to payout;
you should be getting the same monthly payout statements that they use themselves to calculate payout, drilling costs recoup and such and same method they…"
"The Bossier section is located above the Haynesville interval with "x" of separation between the base of one and the top of the other (separation distance depends on the area).
It is my understanding that the "sweet spot"…"
"Hahaha" that's a good one Rock Man! Probably so but the way they said it it definitely left us in suspense and wondering if there is in fact a new discovery. It's a good film and very informative if you guys haven't seen it...…"
"As Craig indicated, there a number of deeper horizons below the Haynesville that have produced O&G in different areas in the Gulf Coast.
It is not like there is an "new unknown horizon waiting to be found" lurking in the depths.
"Eric, did they provide any other information about the 'new' formation? There are a number of deeper productive formations; e.g. Smackover, Norphlet, Gilmer, etc. Any of these can be ~500' below the Haynesville depending on where…"
So I saw the movie Haynesville Shale which was a great film by the way,any info is welcome to post... At the end of the movie they mentioned a new rock formation with natural gas in North Louisiana/Arkansas/Texas area. ???
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