District 3 Oil & Gas and "Eaglebine" in East Texas

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District 3 Oil & Gas and "Eaglebine" in East Texas

A place to discuss oil & gas related activity in all Texas Upper Gulf Coast Counties. Discussion headquarters for the emerging Eaglebine play in East Texas.

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Texas Upper Gulf Coast Counties

Austin, Brazoria, Brazos, Burleson, Chambers, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Hardin, Harris, Jasper, Jefferson, Lee, Madison, Matagorda, Montgomery, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, Tyler, Walker, Washington & Wharton. 

Some of these counties are also included in the Eagle Ford (North) Group because of shale development but the main targets in this region for the last couple of years appears to have been in either the Austin Chalk fields or in the Yegua/Cook Mountain.

Everyone is welcome.  If you want to talk about another formation or type of development that I haven't mentioned, please, feel free to open a discussion.

Discussion Forum

Walker County

Started by Caddo Rat. Last reply by Kittrellfiddler 12 hours ago. 57 Replies

Example Completion, Houston County

Started by dbob. Last reply by Randy Dym 13 hours ago. 956 Replies

EOG Houston County

Started by Lucky347. Last reply by Rock Man Oct 6. 21 Replies

Hopeful in Pennington

Started by Joseph Cartwright. Last reply by Dan Dominy Sep 8. 383 Replies

EOG in Walker County, TX

Started by Buck Wells. Last reply by jffree1 Jun 16. 49 Replies

Walker County Stingray A1H/RE Well

Started by Sarah Shearer. Last reply by jffree1 Feb 6. 4 Replies

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Comment by T Hill on October 29, 2013 at 2:46pm

Mark P

Letter from Petroleum Company LP has  a Dallas, Texas address, on their website I think it says they started out in Houston. 

Comment by Rock Man on October 29, 2013 at 12:19pm

Re: Southwest Petroleum 

Are you sure that this group is out of Dallas? There is another Southwest Petroleum out of Houston that is a much bigger company. The Dallas group is very much a small opertor based on my past experiences.

Terrace Energy did have their assets up for sale earlier this year via MacQuarie Tristone group. Bids were due in early October but I haven't heard if any more on offers or related information.

Comment by T Hill on October 29, 2013 at 10:31am

Anybody know any thing about Southwest Petroleum Company, out of Dallas. They have sent a letter to family members leased by Terrace. Are they buying Terrace Leases or are they another branch of Terrace.

Comment by Dry Hole on October 14, 2012 at 10:45pm

Rat--- what county are you talking about ?

Comment by dbob on October 14, 2012 at 10:32pm

R.A.M. has been historically linked to Petrohawk and to Halcon.  My bet is Halcon in the context of announced plans,  

Comment by Caddo Rat on October 14, 2012 at 10:30pm

Anyone been contacted by R.A.M. Energy in Houston about leasing. Who are they leasing for? What are the going lease rates and royalty interests offered?

 

Comment by Martin Wampler on August 29, 2012 at 1:49pm

Does the size of the Christmas tree have any reflection on the success of a newly completed well? Would a smaller tree indicate they would be setting up to plug the well when they can get someone to the well with concrete or would this indicate they could reenter and frac it at a later date? Any visual clues as to a successful well?

Comment by Texas54 on July 11, 2012 at 11:16am

Just checked out TRRC and Trivium has 3 new permits for Houston County. Yipee.

Submitted 07/10/2012 744345    TRIVIUM OPERATING, LLC (871168)  3L CATTLE UNIT 1   06  HOUSTON  Vertical  New Drill  11400  Mapping 
Submitted 07/10/2012 744348    TRIVIUM OPERATING, LLC (871168)  ARNOLD COTTON UNIT 1   06  HOUSTON  Vertical  New Drill  11400  Mapping 
Submitted 07/10/2012 744350    TRIVIUM OPERATING, LLC (871168)  ORL UNIT 1   06  HOUSTON  Vertical  New Drill  11400  Mapping 
Comment by Texas54 on July 8, 2012 at 9:46pm

DH, I would take your guiet      :) ......... Live 40 miles W. of Houston. Cars blasting noise make your ears hurt. Sirens up and down roads all time of day and night. We have fireworks also, when you least expect them. Trying to stay alive with people taking speed limit signs as suggestions. Other people thinking red lights are for others. Look forward to being back in the country one day hopefully.....

Comment by Dry Hole on July 4, 2012 at 9:57pm

54,

Not quiet, kids are popping fireworks ------- more zones being fraced in "BROWN" and "Worley" frac water being hauled out -- surveying taking place -- flow line ROWs being negotiated ----- Dirt Roads being pounded to powder -- asphalt being ground to gravel --- loud truck traffic at daylight ---- is it quiet where you live ? maybe we could swap?

 

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