"Gas has very limited upside in the short run in my opinion. If the market tightened up and went to $4.50, then the shale gas drillers would start the cycle all over again. I would be surprised if we see $6.00 gas in the next five…"
Hi Jay - I have been graciously and rightfully corrected in my error from my previous post. H2s does, in fact, have an odor, and my miscommunication was just that, mine, spoken out of haste to let you know we were addressing your report. It was never my intent to post incorrect information, and I apologize for any potential insult or confusion. We have a field representative on the way or already onsite investigating the odor and all proper authorities have been notified. Thanks and happy holidays!
Hi Geo - Thank you for letting me know of the odor. We have a field representative investigating right now, but since H2S is odorless, it is more than likely not what you're smelling. There was work occuring on a site at approximately the same time as you reported the odor, which is probably what caused the odor. I'll keep you posted!
hey geo, i was talking to 2-dogs, he said he thought play will eventually come across evangeline parish... we are so close to the pine prairie field,,,which is a huge successful wilcox play that has been there for 50 years,, he thinks it may be a year away before companies move west from felicianas , avoyelles and st. landry parishes... our location just seems a bit to far south for TMS and AC plays,,, maybe eagle ford a possibility. what are your thoughts....i am patient, would rather experienced drillers come in instead of new wildcatter without alot of experience in horizontal drilling....
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More