Strictly Shale

WHY NATURAL GAS IS SO CHEAP—AND WHY DRILLERS KEEP PRODUCING MORE

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Timothy Stepnowsky 18 hours ago. 9 Replies

Natural Gas Production to Decline Across Shale Plays Except One

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman yesterday. 3 Replies

Good Bye Encana

Started by Jay in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Wednesday. 14 Replies

RECORD UTICA SHALE WELL: 72.9 MMcf/d

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Tuesday. 2 Replies

Overpaid by Chesapeake but No Details Given

Started by Carolyn Ezernack in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Linda Whatley on Tuesday. 5 Replies

OPEC's Gigantic Error

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Joe Aldridge on Monday. 3 Replies

OIL AND GAS COMPANIES BRACE FOR BORROWING CUTS

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman in Shale Related Topics on Monday. 0 Replies

Opinion Journal: Washington Attacks Shale

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on Monday. 11 Replies

The Oil Price: how low is low?

Started by Keith Mauck (Site Publisher) in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Aug 21. 5 Replies

Mineral Rights & Royalities

Started by Mary R. C in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Aug 21. 5 Replies

Blue Ribbon Energy Group LLC agreement to lease

Started by RAZORBACK in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Aug 19. 31 Replies

CPL Costs

Started by Jay Jay in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Jay Aug 16. 9 Replies

QUESTIONS ABOUT MINERAL LEASE AGREEMENTS

Started by Judy McDaniel in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Aug 14. 1 Reply

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James Ebarb is now a member of GoHaynesvilleShale.com: The Haynesville, Tuscaloosa & LSBD
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Mister Sunday replied to jffree1's discussion XTO Wells-Status as of 6-26-15 in the group San Augustine County
"YAY! Now if we can just get NG to go up about 400%!"
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charlotte beaird favorited Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion SWN UPDATED BROWN DENSE WEB PAGE
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Timothy Stepnowsky replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion WHY NATURAL GAS IS SO CHEAP—AND WHY DRILLERS KEEP PRODUCING MORE
"Almost ALL of the nat gas in New England comes from Canada. A decade in, there is still no direct pipelines from NE PA to New England, how is that for politicians doing there jobs?!? Scary bad."
18 hours ago
tc replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion WHY NATURAL GAS IS SO CHEAP—AND WHY DRILLERS KEEP PRODUCING MORE
"After the very aggressive land acquisitions it is now obvious that the actual size of these shale plays that are economical at rational prices are much smaller than originally published.  Remember GMXR with Harrison county and…"
19 hours ago
Badfish Ranch replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion WHY NATURAL GAS IS SO CHEAP—AND WHY DRILLERS KEEP PRODUCING MORE
"The difference is made up by Canadian imports, and believe it or not, we still bring in a trickle of LNG. It would be far better to use a "Total Supply" figure than "Daily Production" figure. Canada still produces a chunk more…"
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Skip Peel - Independent Landman's 2 discussions were featured
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Jay replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"That's just my guess. Time will tell. I got that info from an Exco engineer friend of mine. Jay"
yesterday
Jay replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"Every frac is mechanical. Some work and some fail. But the rock doesn't lie. Are you an armchair engineer now? I am not. Jay"
yesterday
Jay replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"The best refrac candidates in the Haynesville are in core areas that don't have entire sections already drilled out.  It is pretty easy to pick these areas out on a map. Jay"
yesterday
Todd Bush replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"Hello Skip, those are some great questions. Going into the study, we expected to see higher fluid volumes and more proppant but that wasn't the case. In some cases, we did see operators increasing the proppant intensity (proppant per stage). It…"
yesterday
Rock Man and Skip Peel - Independent Landman are now friends
yesterday
Rock Man replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"Skip, great question. For what it is worth, the consistent theme I have heard from operators and service companies is that good wells / good rock react best to re-frac approach. Basically, that you cannot turn a poor well into a good well with this…"
yesterday
Todd Bush replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
yesterday
Rock Man replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"EnCana just sold part of their N La Haynesville area - wonder how much their re frac results helped encourage a good price?"
yesterday
olddog573 replied to DellP's discussion Can Refracs Bring New Life to the Haynesville?
"Thank you for posting Todd.  Very interesting stuff.  Slide 4 stood out to me, as the years have went by rigs have fallen but production has increased. Do you know if Chesapeake has started a refrac program yet? Thanks."
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