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Navistar and Nat Gas

Started this discussion. Last reply by JHH Feb 3, 2012. 3 Replies

Navistar has made a big announcement today regarding using Nat Gas powered trucks. Here's the link- …Continue

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bpm replied to Skip Peel - Independent Landman's discussion SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY BACK AT MCMAHEN SITE NEAR WALKERVILLE magnoliareporter.com in the group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"That's interesting.  Got to admire their determination..."
Sep 6
bpm replied to Carolyn Ezernack's discussion What does it mean when a Haynesville well needs a workover?
"A very basic explanation is that some sort of "repairs" are needed. Maybe something with the equipment in the well, (damaged pipe, plug failure, etc.), or the well itself, (sand filling the wellbore). How long is a guess. Depends on what…"
Aug 28
bpm replied to tony allen's discussion Haynesville formation application in Columbia Co. in the group Arkansas Mineral Owners
"I'm no expert, but I find this interesting. First, I didn't think the Haynesville was prospective in AR. Second, I thought the H'ville was dry gas only. 47 bbl and 250M gas isn't great, but for a vertical well, seems…"
Aug 28
bpm replied to lee's discussion Pennzoil Natural Gas Oil in a bottle
"Hey, if it's good enough for me, it's good enough for the Chrysler..."
May 25
bpm replied to tony allen's discussion Haynesville formation application in Columbia Co. in the group Arkansas Mineral Owners
"Is this the Haynesville, or the LSBD? "
May 25
bpm replied to whodat's discussion BROWN DENSE RUMORS in the group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"I read through the transcript from the last conference call recently held.  The question was ask about the BD.  The answer was that it's not really on the front burner anymore.  The term "head fake" was used a couple of…"
May 10
bpm replied to tony allen's discussion Haynesville formation application in Columbia Co. in the group Arkansas Mineral Owners
"Interesting stuff. I see the permit is on yesterday's list from the AOGC, listed under a company called C6.  C6 also has a permit in Union Co. for a Smackover well. What's really interesting is that Wieser-Brown has a permit for…"
Apr 26
bpm replied to Big Little Oil's discussion SWN's Sharp 22 Vertical, Union Parish well information in the group Lower Smackover Brown Dense
"Just a guess, but's it's been reported of late of Shell losing interest in domestic shale plays.  I'm guessing they closed the purse strings, which left KWK with few options.  Again, just a guess. "
Apr 23
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bpm replied to whodat's discussion BROWN DENSE RUMORS in the group Brown Dense Lower Smackover
"we all hope for good news, but if it were 4-5m bbl per well per day, we would already know about it.  5m bbl per day would be at least 75 truck loads per day, or more than three an hour.  that much activity would be hard to keep quiet..."
Feb 23
bpm replied to ShaleBrew's discussion ENCANA SELLS MISSISSIPPI ACREAGE in the group (LA) Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Seems simple enough.  If you don't care for the offer given, then shop around for different offers. What's that you say? $250 is the highest offer you're getting? Hmmmm... However, since there is little risk, and…"
Feb 20
bpm replied to North LA's discussion New BD Tick Creek Union Parish application in the group Brown Dense Lower Smackover
"Sounds good. "
Dec 27, 2013
bpm replied to North LA's discussion New BD Tick Creek Union Parish application in the group Brown Dense Lower Smackover
"Let me assure you that the vertical integration philosophy is alive and quite well... Don't know for sure about the drilling side of it, other than the comment on the last public presentation about replacing the rigs with new AC drive…"
Dec 25, 2013
bpm replied to North LA's discussion New BD Tick Creek Union Parish application in the group Brown Dense Lower Smackover
"Is this one of the former SWN Drilling rigs sold to Patterson? I believe it was mentioned that they were buying some of the rigs SWN was selling. It will be interesting to see of the use of a contractor rig continues or if SWN is planning on…"
Dec 25, 2013
bpm replied to TangiHopeful's discussion Tangipahoa Parish Leasing and Drilling in the group (LA) Tuscaloosa Marine Shale
"Or, maybe a crew from somewhere else heard there is good Cajun food in the area? OK, maybe not, but if the convoy included escort vehicles it wouldn't be cementing equipment.  About the only thing Halliburton would have to be escorted…"
Dec 20, 2013
bpm replied to North LA's discussion New BD Tick Creek Union Parish application in the group Brown Dense Lower Smackover
"Not sure about down there specifically, but I think $5 is pretty standard."
Dec 12, 2013

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I have a small service company based in north central AR. I mainly work for SWN, but I do have some customers in OK that I rent equipment to. My main business is renting some equipment used in completions, such as tanks, sand seperators and such.

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