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COTTON VALLEY AND LOWER COTTON VALLEY UNITS WITH DEPTH DEFINITIONS INCLUDING THE HAYNESVILLE FORMATION

For some time I have been aware that there were Drilling & Production Units formed as other than HA (Haynesville) Units but which none the less included the HA zone in their depth definition. In the Summer of 2008, the Commissioner of the LA. Office of Conservation issued an order forbidding the inclusion of the HA zone in a unit with sandstone formations. Those units already approved were grandfathered. I posed a question to the LOC staff requesting to know how many of those units…

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Added by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on December 13, 2009 at 11:30am — 9 Comments

ANALYSIS OF HAYNESVILLE SHALE E&P COMPANIES BY NET ACREAGE POSITIONS AS OF SEPTEMBER, 2008

THE FOLLOWING RANKING AND NET ACREAGE POSITIONS ARE TAKEN FROM PUBLIC INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE. THEY DO NOT REPRESENT CURRENT TOTALS AS MANY OF THE REPORTS ARE SEVERAL MONTHS OLD. ACREAGE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN ROUNDED UP TO THE NEAREST 1,000. THE LIST IS NOT PRESENTED AS A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS AS I WAS UNABLE TO LOCATE TOTALS FOR SOME OPERATING COMPANIES. OF SIGNIFICANT NOTE, I HAVE FOUND NO ACREAGE TOTAL FOR SHELL WESTERN E&P, INC. (SWEPI). IT IS UNCLEAR IF SWEPI'S ACRES ARE INCLUDED… Continue

Added by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on November 24, 2008 at 2:00pm — 21 Comments

CHRONOLOGY OF THE EARLY HAYNESVILLE SHALE PLAY IN NW. LOUISIANA

 

The first Haynesville Shale well in the state of Louisiana was permitted January 12, 2006 by Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. as a product type “00” (No Product Specified) with a permitted horizon listed as Smackover.  It was drilled in Section 15 – Township 13N – Range 9W of Red River Parish in the Martin Field.  The ADCOCK INV LP ETAL was assigned serial #232697 (API Number 17081208570000).  It spudded February 27, 2006 and drilled to a depth of 12,878’.  On…

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Added by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on November 21, 2008 at 11:30am — 36 Comments

BUILDING A MINERAL ESTATE FILE

Every mineral owner should assemble, and keep current, a file of pertinent information regarding their mineral estate. The file should contain conveyance documents of numerous types, royalty payment receipts, lessee contact information and well data (if the minerals are under an existing lease) and notes that help to describe the extent and status of the mineral estate. The discussions on Go Haynesville Shale provide a daily reminder of why all mineral owners should know as much as possible… Continue

Added by Skip Peel - Independent Landman on October 16, 2008 at 9:35am — 8 Comments

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