Thursday, April 18, 2013

Emerging Shale Plays Conference - Houston

I hope to get the chance to visit with some of you next week at the Emerging Shale Plays Conference in Houston.  Myself, along with Robert Turnham from Goodrich Petroleum, will be presenting on the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. There will be presentations on several plays.
http://www.emerging-shale-plays-usa-2013.com/



10 comments:

  1. Post conference, will you post a copy of your presentation for those of us too far away to attend?

    Also, are ASH IP30 results out?

    Thanks

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  2. Why do I look at rig report each week and it looks like the rig has been at Anderson for more than a couple of months, is Goodrich using this rig or another, it seems to be the only rig in the area.

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  3. And how many rigs (total) are now operating in the TMS now? Three or four? And no new permits. It is not moving like the EagleFord did in the early stages.

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  4. Finally, I have seen a new Goodrich op rig at Smith so total of two rigs around Liberty, lets hope GDP has successful drill, plenty of leases taken and more drilling permits with success, I think MS permit is for one year so that is probably why not too many IMO In Eagle Ford they have 2 years to drill.

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  5. does anyone know, for a fact, how much leases are signing for and if there has been any fairly recent activity of newer leases?

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  6. Mark,
    Most of the TMS-East is leased.

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  7. Malone,
    Some individual slides will be posted. no published ASH results yet.

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  8. not my land nor my neighbors lands are leased. Is the north end of Amite county beyond the boundaries of TMS east?

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  9. Kirk,
    Thanks for the info on wells drilling. Perhaps things will pick up after July 1st. Looking forward to more wells and more leasing.
    CB

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