"Louisiana law requires operators to provide notice to both mineral owners within the affected unit as well as mineral owners in adjoining Sections.
Unless the cross-unit wells turn out to be less than expected, having new wells drilled near your…"
"Everything I've read seems to indicate that the geology is very complicated in the region where the EF converges with the East Texas Basin. That means more cost to analyze everything and pick the best (most economic/highest ROI potential)…"
I am looking for some guidance. Recently we have received several notices from a law firm that represents Chesapeake Operating, LLC. The letters are copies of letters to the Commissioner of Conservation. The notices notify the Commission of an…See More
"Yes, definitely could be one of the causes, if you take a look to the maturity map farther south are in dry gas... just wondering if maybe the rock quality could have some variations moving south...Thanks a lot....:)"
"My only guess (I am not a geologist) is that they are trying to stay in the oil window and that further south, approaching the Edwards/Sligo Shelf, they are finding gas which won't pay for exploration at current prices."
Any comments about why the operators are focusing the Eaglebine drilling on Burleson, Brazos and Madison counties and not in southernmost counties like Washington or Southern Grimes? any geological reason?See More
"Any comments about why the operators are focusing the Eaglebine drilling on Burleson, Brazos and Madison counties and not in southernmost counties like Washington or Southern Grimes? any geological reason?"
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