"It's the 3rd largest natural gas producing shale play in the country. SWN is probably the best operator in the country and these wells only cost $2.5 million to drill. Very surprised to see SWN take on the $5 billion debt for the…"
"I've been told the SWN count will be between 4-6. I think most of the new triple rigs have gone to WV, with the older singles staying here. I've also heard that the well count has been raised a little, but that's pretty…"
"I saw that. Of course, BHP hasn't had a rig up here in over a year, so I don't really think that is much change. I don't know what their budget for FY 2015 was. bit I would guess about the same.
I think XTO may still have…"
"Some what on the same line of thinking, but were in the middle of a records setting winter, and yet nat gas can't seem to make it over $3. I often wonder if the general population has any idea of the impact shale oil and gas has made on…"
"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…"
"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…"
"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…"
"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…"
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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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