"That's a good observation. And your right, you would have to have a separate line for fresh and re-use. Also, it would seem that poly is the way to go, since it can be reused. I would also think the truck count would be much…"
"I obviously oversimplified it -
Basically, you don't want/can't really have 200 produced water trucks show up at the frac site each day and you don't really want to pipe it through 10" steel or aluminum irrigation pipe. So…"
"The Moorefield is a good thing, for sure. The Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission permit list had several Moorefield wells listed a couple of weeks ago. All we have to do now is hope conditions allow the few rigs running now to keep…"
"Fayetteville has recently unveiled the Moorefield formation (300' deeper than Fayetteville) along with the Upper Fayetteville formation - both of which are very productive. Well cost are @ $3 million - SWN doing the lion share of the…"
"1. The wells are consistent within the core areas.
2. The pipe is there.
3. No politics.
4. Since the public company operators have declared all of their other plays uneconomic, they come running back to their comfort…"
"I've always been kind of skeptical of the "sayers of 'nay'" that have been around nipping at the heels of shale producers. Their has certainly been some to go belly up, and will be more as "lower for longer"…"
"I would think a big company like Comstock would check locations for wells out before they make application. Going by the plat for where they want to drill the register #1 alt well there is a occupied house of at least 77 years there and two…"
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