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john paschall replied to Les B's discussion Haynesville Units With Wells
"Skip thanks for your help I emailed Chesapeake and got my answer."
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john paschall replied to Les B's discussion Haynesville Units With Wells
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olddog573 replied to Les B's discussion Haynesville Units With Wells (8/21/11)
"they are normally 640 acre units but can vary but a few acres + or - "
Aug 4
john paschall replied to Les B's discussion Haynesville Units With Wells (8/21/11)
"I need to know the acres in a unit. CAn I look that up on sunris.com help appreciated tractman@aol.com"
Aug 4
kelandonahue replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"I didn't see this posted, but here's an interactive map showing different LNG exporting terminals in the pre-permitting, permitting and construction phase."
Jan 17
Randy Peterson replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"For an interactive copy of new projects, Send me an email to hcosite@bellsouth.net"
Jan 11
Les B replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"Dbod, only a fraction (+/- 6) of the announced US LNG export projects will actually move forward as the market size is limited.  The projects with long term capacity contracts with customers and financing will be the only ones actually…"
Jan 3
j garrett replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"Here is a vetted list of companies that have announced shale gas related expansion projects dated May 2013, and a link to a 42 page report http://chemistrytoenergy.com/sites/chemistrytoenergy.com/files/shale-gas-full-study.pdf…"
Jan 2
Bobi Carr ("parker") left a comment for Les B
"Happy New Year Les.  Very glad to see a post from you.  "
Jan 2
jim weyland replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"dbob, all lng tankers are purpose built. they're about as specialized as vessels can be.  i agree with your point vis-a-vis cancellations; it costs nothing to issue a press release."
Jan 2
dbob replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"An interesting point on all this is that IMHO, the proposed projects outstrip the economically available gas by some margin.  As projects start to get approved and actually start moving forward, both in the US and abroad, we should start to see…"
Jan 2
Les B replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"JG, the potential Sasol GTL and G2X NG to gasoline projects in Lake Charles area and the Methanex methanol plant near Baton Rouge are the only industrial projects I am aware that utilize natural gas as feedstock.  The other chemical and…"
Jan 2
j garrett replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"Does anyone have an updated (or even outdated) list of other industrial user projects in the TX/LA area that are building or upgrading facilities because of cheap NG.  I'm referring to plastics companies, chemical companies, gas-to-liquids…"
Jan 2
jim weyland replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"starting last to first, when they first proposed/built the lng export facility, i feel certain they procured sufficient long term ft to satisfy their lenders. if they haven't relinquished it already, i'm sure the relevant pl(s) would fall…"
Jan 2
Les B replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"Jim, Sumitomo's 20-year purchase agreement w/ Cabot is first sign of a different approach.  Parties involved in $5-10 billion projects may take new approaches to mirror traditional LNG long term sales.  These gas purchase deals could…"
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US LNG Export Projects

Attached is a chart that includes information (name, owners, status, etc) for the major LNG export projects in the US.  Most of the initial projects are "brownfield" since they involve adding liquefaction facilities to existing LNG import regas termininals that already have ship berths and LNG storage tanks.  These brownfield projects already have attached gas pipelines that can be reversed and/or expanded to provide feed gas.  Greenfield LNG export projects have virually no existing…See More
Dec 31
jim weyland replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"les b, with all due respect, the more things change, the more they same the same. 1st, as to sabine pass, they probably won't need much, if any, FT, just to buy the stuff in s la. the beauty of coastal tx and la is all of the pl and other…"
Dec 31
jim weyland replied to Les B's discussion US LNG Export Projects
"yes, sir. as regards condensate/crude."
Dec 31, 2013

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Live From the 2011 Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo

Posted on May 10, 2011 at 10:30pm 3 Comments

Pre-Expo Tour

 

Prior to the official start of the 2011 ACT Expo I had an opportunity to go on a group tour of two natural gas refueling stations. The first stop was at a CNG refueling station built and operated by Clean Energy to service a large fleet of Republic waste haulers. The station is laid out in a large parking area so up to 100 trucks can be fueled overnight in what is known as a slow-fill operation.…

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Oil & Gas Activity - Shreveport Times

Posted on June 29, 2008 at 10:19am 2 Comments

Oil & Gas Activity - Shreveport Times (6/29/08)

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080629/NEWS05/806290328/1064

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At 8:25pm on January 2, 2014, Bobi Carr ("parker") said…

Happy New Year Les.  Very glad to see a post from you.  

At 9:09am on August 28, 2013, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Welcome back.  Were your ears burning?  LOL!  jffree1 and I have been wondering where you got off to and hoping you were okay.

At 10:43am on November 12, 2012, w.r. frank said…

Hi Les,

Email reply won't work. Call Monday night after 8:30 pm. 

wrf

At 9:29am on April 30, 2012, azrealtor said…
Hi Les. Thanks for posting this. I saw it on Sonris but I'm not sure what it all means. Can you help me out? 
At 8:24am on November 20, 2011, w.r. frank said…

Les.

Can you post updated bid week (base load) pipeline prices.

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

wrf

 

 

At 8:48pm on October 29, 2011, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…
Yes.  However I am not a liberty to divulge any details.
At 11:59pm on September 27, 2011, azrealtor said…
Ok. Thanks... Again!!  Everyone is so helpful on this site. I'll pull out my lease and check the terminology used.
At 10:38am on September 27, 2011, azrealtor said…

Hi Les!  I'm aware of the rig, thanks!  You're so on top of things!  I was talking to another member on this site and they said it probably spud by now.  Any way to

know for sure?  Our lease expires 9/29 with a two year option, it would be nice to get another bonus.  :)   Either way, I'm glad they're finally moving on it.

At 1:13pm on August 1, 2011, ken hatcher said…

Les, my well came in at 9.841 mmcfd,1330 bwd, 6890 #fp, 1575 #cp...I am disapointed mildly but is this a bust???(8-4-13-w Sabine)

At 9:28am on July 1, 2011, Jon David Free said…
PETROHAWK ENERGY SU 105.  I HAVE RECEIVED CONFLICTING COMMENTS RE THE STATUS OF THIS RIG.  PLEASE SET ME STREIGHT! teresabays35@yahoo.com
 
 
 

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