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TangiHopeful replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group (LA) Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"This from the Eagle"
Oct 29, 2012
TangiHopeful replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group (LA) Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"You haven't posted in a while.  Are you still involved in the T.M.S.? Is it getting any easier?"
Jul 8, 2012
TMS Guy replied to Spring Branch,mineral owner's discussion The Lambert #1 well, Operated by PetroQuest Energy, LLC in Section 36, T1N,R3E, Amite Co. in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"This well was never fraced."
Mar 2, 2012
TMS Guy replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Intersting.  If GasFrac is working in the Eagleford then it would not be that much of a step to move to the TMS."
Aug 3, 2011
TMS Guy replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"You are right own.  Could you imagine what the pressure would be at 10,000 -14,000 ft."
Aug 3, 2011
Mister Z replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"See SPE paper #144093 for a recently presented case history of LPG fracs.  Production response was superb, but method requires extremely high treating pressures (15,000 psig at 6,000').  I think it's because LPG has a low…"
Aug 2, 2011
Ben Elmore commented on TMS Guy's blog post TMS
"Do you know if anyone is trying to figure out how to use produced salt water for frac jobs?  I know the salt water reduces (or destroys) the effectiveness of the frac chemicals, but in my layman's brain it seems like a matter of chemistry…"
Aug 2, 2011
Two Dogs, Pirate replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"The part about the swelling of the clay  sounds interesting. I have read on GHS first about the Canadian company GasFrac Energy Services and then I read an  investment blog that rated them as a buy. According to what I have read  they…"
Aug 2, 2011
John Cooper replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Has anyone seen any cores or core analysis done in the TMS yet?"
Aug 2, 2011
TMS Guy replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"It might produces a fracture that has less problems with clay swelling and embedment, however if you can find some one in the South to pump because of the danger associated with it.  None of the Big Services companies will do this."
Aug 2, 2011
Craig Wascom replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"How does the recent developements in fracturing play into what is happening with the Austin Chalk in upper Pointe Coupee."
Aug 2, 2011
TMS Guy posted a blog post

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There is one  thing for sure, that the TMS is very tough to fracture.  I did the work on the Spears wells many years ago.  Is is by no means as easy job to perform.  It takes alot of know how. See More
Aug 1, 2011
Two Dogs, Pirate replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"TMS Guy,  welcome  to GHS. Since we don't have a lot of frac experts on this site, I would like to ask you about GasFrac and their use of propane to frac wells. Do you think that this may work out and may be a good investment?"
Jul 30, 2011
TMS Guy replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Yes, it can be fraced and it will take proppant and a decent amount of proppant if pumped correctly. "
Jul 30, 2011
TMS Guy left a comment for TMS Guy
"Hello! I hope the site is a place for you to learn, network and contribute. My name is Keith and I started the site in June of 2008 to open up lines of communication between landowners. Since then, we have grown to over 13,000 members.Because our…"
Jul 30, 2011
Craig Wascom replied to TMS Guy's discussion Tuscaloosa Marine Shale Frac Jobs in the group Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Welcome TMS Guy. Cant wait to learn about the changes that are making this play work after all these years of trying."
Jul 30, 2011

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Posted on July 30, 2011 at 7:27am 1 Comment

There is one  thing for sure, that the TMS is very tough to fracture.  I did the work on the Spears wells many years ago.  Is is by no means as easy job to perform.  It takes alot of know how.

 

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