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Edmond Ewell replied to Edmond Ewell's discussion Seismic testing
"Hey Joe.I am working in Texas on a 300 sq.mile seismic test.It will take about a year to complete.Word here is that there is a test coming up in the TMS that will be bigger.I think the drillers are using old seismic data that is 2D.When a company…"
1 hour ago
Edmond Ewell replied to Edmond Ewell's discussion Seismic testing
"Hey JHH. There is no fair price.In some parts of Texas they don't pay anything.In other parts that are in production they pay $50/acre. Don't expect a lot in the TMS because it is new territory. Remember that the company that does the test…"
1 hour ago
cpj replied to obed w odom's discussion Wildhorse Permits Claiborne's First Horizontal Cotton Valley Well in the group Claiborne Parish
"Started drilling yesterday afternoon/evening."
10 hours ago
Ken Marx commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"SWN is a very good company. I am sure they did their regional evaluation before picking up what they felt was the best area to make an unconventional Brown Dense play. Brown Dense is a dirty limestone not really a shale play. Eagle Ford basal…"
10 hours ago
Joe Aldridge replied to Edmond Ewell's discussion Seismic testing
"Hey Edmund, Nice to see someone local joining GHS. Is this seismic, you refer to, local in our area or is it more to the North toward  the heart of the TMS?  I have not understood how these companies, that are active, in the TMS are…"
14 hours ago
Joe Aldridge left a comment for Edmond Ewell
"Hey Edmond, Saw your post. Good to see someone local on GHS. Do you have info about our area? Looking forward to seeing someone interested in doing some leasing. Are you aware that someone has leased 15,000 to 20,000 acres North of  Deerford…"
14 hours ago
North LA commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"Very interesting. Thanks for the insight. Do most companies get tunnel vision on new projects? Take SWN for example, will they only look at the LSBD on the land they have leased or will they take this opportunity to look at all potential targets? I…"
yesterday
Ken Marx commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"Take the Eagle Ford as an example. Map the Yield regionally using just the old verticals. Convert mud weight to pressure. Look at Austin Chalk API gravities of old verticals. Map the thickness of Lower Eagle Ford, check mud logs and vitrinite…"
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Ken Marx commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
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Ken Marx commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"It is part of being a pure exploration geologist not just a "bolt on" geo. How else are new plays found? The interest in the Brown Dense is it's known characteristics as an important source rock. Once it was shown that "it…"
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North LA commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"Ken, I know you were in the business. Do oil and gas companies extensively study old wells before proceding with any exploration? I was just wondering because SWN has some interesting wells on land they have already leased. Here are a few such as a…"
yesterday
North LA replied to whodat's discussion BROWN DENSE RUMORS in the group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"I've heard rumors of another frac in some wells, but just rumors."
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Judy Smith replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion GDP VERBERNE 5H #1, S5-2S-8E in the group Tangipahoa Parish, LA
"Thanks, Skip.  Would you be able to let me know the announcement of the production?    Sorry for all the questions, but I find this whole thing very interesting!  Many thanks, Judy Smith"
yesterday
Judy Smith replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion GDP VERBERNE 5H #1, S5-2S-8E in the group Tangipahoa Parish, LA
"Wow, very interesting video and complex!  When the fracking is complete, does this mean that it will be a productive well? I really appreciate you taking the time to tell me all this.  Very fascinating stuff!  Many thanks, Judy Smith"
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oil field trash replied to whodat's discussion BROWN DENSE RUMORS in the group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"Looks like Stallion is setting up a office trailer or crew house on the Johnson well. Does anybody know whats going on there."
yesterday
Ken Marx commented on Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"High formation pressures are indirect evidence of requisite seals as you suggest. It won't be easy finding areally extensive zones that are "economically" thick enough and shallow enough"
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