No, not Ravenswood but LaBarre. Don't recall the number.
lacoure 1 in morganza is produceing in the tusc, sounds like i am alittle south and maybe west of you. where did you see the "moore sams action". i am courious.
LaBarre, LA once a US Post office is just west of Brunswick Plantation, once the land hold of the Jacob H. Morrison (as seen on the 1860s map of plantations from Natchez to New Orleans). Brunswick was split up by some of the heirs. Today the eastern side belongs to the W. C. Morrison family (my family). The land holdins were expanded to the east. That plantation is named Angeles Plantation. So we are the only family along Pointe Coupee that still holds part of their pre Civil War landholdings.
LaBarre Post Office closed years ago and the old building may or may not be there. It is just west of the Labarre Elementary/Pointe Coupee Central High School (both schools are located on Brunswick). I believe the Prevosty family owned LaBarre Plantation. They have long ago moved on to New Orleans. West of LaBarre is the Charles Dawson saw mill site. It too is long gone. Next to that is the LaCour holdings.
That sort of puts your land in the spillway. Going to be hard to drill in the spillway, though down near the US 190/90 highway there are wells in the spillway. Got water around them too. But that did not stop them from operating. And of course they drill wells in the Gulf. So I am sure they can put the rig up on stilts or even build an embankment to support the rig.
LaBarre is about 7 miles from the Ovide B. LaCour #43. LaBarre is just west of Brunswick and Angeles Plantations. Brunswick was the original Morrison place and Angeles is a split off of that and to the east of Brunswick. Brunswick is where the Pointe Coupee Central High School is located and across the road from LaBarre Plantation. Ovide B. LaCour's holdings are on the west side of the Morganza Spillway and up against the Old River levee. The wells are generally located near the confulence of the Old River levee and the northwest Morganza Spillway guide levee. Angeles Plantation (Morrison Farm, Inc.) is 7.75 miles as the crow flies from Ovide B. LaCour #43. There are LaCours that live close to LaBarre but not the same as Ovide B. LaCour. Mr. Ovide is long since past out of this world and his holdings belong to his descendants.
And as far as I know there are only two wells permitted on Ovide B. LaCour, #43 and #42.
Does anyone have an update on what is going on with Anadardo in the Big Cane, LA area ?
Looks like the Austin Chalk activity fell off the Map. Time for a TMS play in Pointe Coupee?
Yes, it is all quite again. The lease is still active and so we wait. There are those that say Anadarko screwed LaCour #43. But we have no factual input on that status. I heard by rumor that LaCour #42 has been reactivated, and that is a good thing. Time will tell.