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I'm a Louisiana girl through and through with 5 generations of family having lived in NW Louisiana pine country. Much to my mother's dismay, she and my dad raised me and my 3 siblings in southern New Jersey. So needless to say, the trips down home were frequent. I've shelled more than my fair share of peas on the front porch and fallen in many armadillo holes to count. The red dirt has forever stained my feet and my heart. Who could have dreamed we were sitting 10,000 above one of the world's largest NG deposits?

Now I've been married to the founder of this site for 8 years and handle all the sales. We have three children. Keith Jr is 9 months old with bright eyes and sweet smile. Fiona is 2 and can take of herself and any other baby within her reach. Our oldest is Adeline at 5 years old and she is busy impressing us as she learns how to read. 

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Bossier Residents Cash in on the Haynesville Shale

Posted on July 7, 2008 at 5:15pm 4 Comments

Some Bossier Parish residents could become $8,000 dollars richer. Many Dogwood South community members have decided to sign over their mineral rights to cash in on the Haynesville Shale. People who live in area say their Homeowners Association made a deal with Twin Cities Development. They tell KTAL if 90 percent of their community members sign over their rights each resident who signs will receive more than $8,000 per acre. One resident says he recently signed his name on the dotted line. Mark… Continue

CEO: Haynesville Shale is fourth largest in the world

Posted on July 3, 2008 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Check this out fellow Haynies! Sounds good for us - news worth the wait!


The Haynesville Shale is likely to become America's largest natural gas field and perhaps the fourth largest in the world, Chesapeake Chairman and CEO Aubrey McClendon disclosed Wednesday in a conference call with its newest partner, Plains Exploration and Production Co.

Oklahoma-based… Continue

NATCHITOCHES: Hundreds attend Haynesville Shale forum

Posted on June 27, 2008 at 1:51pm 1 Comment

NATCHITOCHES -- There's one certainty concerning the Haynesville Shale and Natchitoches Parish: No one knows if the potentially-mammoth natural gas deposit even reaches that far.

That uncertainty didn't prevent more than 600 people from attending a Wednesday night information forum with representatives from the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association, a non-profit that represents the independent and service sectors of the oil and gas industry in Louisiana.

Residents of… Continue

Goodrich shares rise on acquisition, guidance

Posted on June 24, 2008 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

Looks like Goodrich is doing ok these days:

Goodrich shares soar to 52-week high on production news, acquisition of acreage

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At 1:37pm on September 4, 2014, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Nice hat!  I hope you and the family have had an enjoyable summer.

At 4:07pm on February 17, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Anna, Elliot's blog isn't getting any comments and it's been there for two weeks.  Think we can find something of greater interest to fill that space.  Skip

At 9:21am on January 10, 2012, Skip Peel - Independent Landman said…

Thanks, Anna.  I have a sufficiency of O&G related images.  The kids give me a smile.  They are growing like weeds.  But then again, it's in their job description.  LOL!  Regards to all, Skip

At 12:42pm on June 15, 2008, Anna Mauck-Publisher's Assistant said…
We are waiting too - everything we read and see indicates waiting it the way to go.
At 9:18pm on June 9, 2008, DOG said…
I am also south of 174 off of 483. The offer stands at 4000/ acre. I'm going to wait a little longer. What u think.

At 3:19pm on May 26, 2008, BJ said…
I'm glad I found this site, and I agree that communication and info sharing can be beneficial. We've had land near the Ark state line in Bossier for over a century. I'm hoping it's in the area, because it seems to be right on the Northern line according to the map. Some of it was leased years ago, but I think that lease was really a low-ball deal.
An decent offer on the unleased land could be a good opportunity for the heirs.
At 9:09pm on May 20, 2008, Meredith said…
I hope that people will take the opportunity to openly share their knowledge and the offers that they are getting. It seems that the mineral companies want to put the blinders on us all so that we won't know the potential and then they won't have to pay higher prices for the leases. If we all open up and communicate then we can all move forward with greater understanding.
At 9:00pm on May 20, 2008, Anna Mauck-Publisher's Assistant said…
This will be a great place to share what's going on down here - thanks for setting this up.

We're expecting a couple bids, the 2nd one bigger than the first, but are playing the waiting game right now. What's happening with others out there???