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Webster Parish

All things, people, companies, places & geology related to the Haynesville Shale play in Webster Parish.

Location: Webster, LA
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Unknown Mineral Rights

Started by gary. Last reply by Andrew Sep 25, 2013. 3 Replies

NEW XTO SMK C RB PERMIT IN THE SHONGALOO, NORTH - RED ROCK FIELD

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman. Last reply by Aubrey C. Sanders, Jr. Apr 10, 2013. 26 Replies

Seismic Shoot in north Webster Parish

Started by Cynthia Garrison Payne. Last reply by Aubrey C. Sanders, Jr. Mar 28, 2013. 15 Replies

LEASE OFFERS IN NE WEBSTER BY MILLER LAND PROFESSIONAL

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman. Last reply by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Jun 12, 2012. 8 Replies

NEW XTO PERMIT IN THE SHONGALOO, NORTH - RED ROCK FIELD, S12 - 23N -9W

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman. Last reply by Alan L. Martin May 9, 2012. 11 Replies

NEW XTO SMK C RB PERMIT IN THE SHONGALOO, NORTH - RED ROCK FIELD

Started by Skip Peel - Independent Landman Apr 25, 2012. 0 Replies

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Comment by Aubrey C. Sanders, Jr. on November 27, 2011 at 9:39pm

As I have said on this site many times there is very good Haynesville Formation production from east of Haynesville (Claiborne Parish} to western edge of  Webster Parish (Springhill area).  Production is from sand facies, although the bulk of the formation consists of shale. No, I do not ever anticipate Haynesville Shale production in stateline area.

There are many GOOD Haynesville Sand wells. I have followed JAG's activities very closely as I have royalty interest in one well which is to be drilled almost smack in downtown Springhill soon. There is a SMK C well in same unit already which has produced about 20 years. Actually my interest is in s12, t23n, r11w. Marathon drilled numerous Haynesville sand wells around $-6 miles north of Shongaloo. Quantum currently operates a number of Hville sand wells east of Springhill.

I believe Haynesville sand has good potential for horizontal drilling.

 

 

Comment by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on November 27, 2011 at 8:22pm

No, lots of folks did not claim that the Haynesville "was not present this far north".  Some folks claimed, correctly, that the Haynesville Shale was not present this far north.  If you search the archived threads on GHS you can read numerous discussions of where the shale stops and the sand begins.  There are also a number of maps.  And those who can perform simple searches on SONRIS Lite can confirm the fact.

Comment by Pro Hobbs on November 27, 2011 at 8:07pm

Has anyone been following the activity around Springhill.  Section 10, TS 23N, Range 11W, just West of Springhill, in Webster Parish has been getting some Haynesville RA wells and more permitted.  JAG Operation L.L.C. has been having some success.  Looks like it is vertical but I'm wondering if there is potential for some horizontal in the Haynesville out there?  A lot of folks claimed that the Haynesville wasn't present this far north.  If you go on Sonris lite and look up wells  by section, ts, range, the well numbers are 241256, 241470, 241716, 243501,244135, the last permitted.

Comment by N.Lynch on July 18, 2011 at 9:57pm

Thanks for your comments. I know its low but have not been on the

site in a while. Thanks for your input.

N.L.

Comment by Aubrey C. Sanders, Jr. on July 18, 2011 at 6:19pm

N.Lynch, You are not very far from my land in  R9W. W/out looking at map I think you may be near the house Joe Stampley built years ago. Someone recently completed a Tokio well near his place and Quantum is working over some old Haynesville sand wells to north of there. Think these were wells drilled by Sonat and/or Apache. Anyway, I know your land is near Cypress creek. I think terms you were offered are very low. I am very active in my area in North Shongaloo-Red Rock Field and have promoted a considerable amount of drilling in area.

 

I will not offer you suggestion as to what you do. I can only say that I would never advise anyone to accept those terms. But, I never lease my land, but I have helpred many of my neighbors

  to lease to several big companies. Of course I suspect the co. wanting to lease yours is likely interested in shallow zones like Tokio and Buckrange. However, I am not familiar with the company. Did you check sonris to see if they are licensed operator in La.?  Good Luck to you and let me know if I can be of further help. Should you wish you can call me at (480)515-2606

Comment by W Sharp on July 18, 2011 at 5:23pm
Seems very low of an offer to me, I would have rejected that even before the Shale frenzy. In fact I rejected several offers of 150 and 1/5 back in 2004. I have some minerals in 21-9 and 22-9
Comment by N.Lynch on July 18, 2011 at 4:55pm

I own property in Webster P. in sec.32-23-10 and have just received a

lease offer form Petromax based in Rosenberg, Texas. The offer is for          

$100 per acre and 1/6 interest for 3 years. We have been unleased for

a year and just got this offer in. Does anyone know of this company ?

The amount is low but have not gotten any other offers. Pleas comment

with your opinion.

Nan L.

 

Comment by Taylor on July 2, 2010 at 8:56am
Terry, here is the info. on the well.

HA RA SU88;TALIAFERRO 28 H

COMPLETED 5-1-10; GAS; HAYNESVILLE RA; 7353 MCFD; 14/64 CHOKE; 8371# CP; PERFS 12,615-17,223' MD
Comment by Terry L. Antee on May 27, 2010 at 9:26am
Any news on the Tallifro well? Sec 28 17N-R10W
Comment by Highflyer on May 26, 2010 at 9:37pm
The Montgomery well is not completed. So what you have heard is just that. A rumor. I hope it does come in big, but with BEUSA I don't really hold much hope.
 

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