"The Turner Bayou project comprises approximately 80 square miles (50,000 acres) which have been imaged by a proprietary 3D seismic survey. Primary targets are the Austin Chalk formation at 15,300 feet and the Eagle Ford formation at 16,000 feet." -- from above link
The AC & EF (TMS) play boundary is described in the links supplied by William. This area is characterized by high resistivity. For PCP, this includes most of the parish except for the SW area. The TMS is thought to be the source of hydrocarbons in the AC. Hope this isn't totally redundant!
Try looking here for info they have added an Austin Chalk area. http://www.ameliaresources.com/tuscaloosa-trend.htm
I have seen those maps and was looking for a more detailed map that shows the sections involved. I am 7000 feet south and west of Lacour 43 pbh.
has anybody ever heard of Labarre La? its not much more than a crossroads just a short ways north of new roads. the field is morganza. i have a small interest in this area. there have been several deep vertical tuscaloosa wells drilled there. chesapeake tried the austin chalk there a few years ago with little success. would this be a target area again with the new technology, and could the old well holes be re-used?