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New Halcon TMS Permit: TMS RA SUA Walker H1, West Feliciana Parish

Started by RoughRice in Shale Related Topics. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman 39 minutes ago. 1 Reply

Benton Oilfield Landowners, Bossier Parrish

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OIL AND GAS NEWS - APRIL 20, 2014 - shreveporttimes.com

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2014 Pipeline Activity

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Louisiana land & mineral laws

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New Halcon TMS Permit: TMS RA SUA Walker H1, West Feliciana Parish

New TMS permit issued to Halcon for the TMS RA SUA Walker H1 well in West Feliciana Parish.  Attached is the Bore Path and Plat Map.  Looks to me like they will drill down to 13,041 feet and then start building the curve.  The lateral will by "toe…See More
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Keith replied to km's discussion TMS ACTIVITY IN EVANGELINE PARISH (AROUND VILLE PLATTE) in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Mr. Morrison, how do you define "era" ? In my view natural gas can come back at any time for many various reasons. In my lifetime I've seen gluts, shortages, booms, bubbles and bust, all turn quickly due to weather, war, and what…"
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Wilkinson County, MS

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