Haynesville Shale

Forbes  Nov 23  Comment 
Lynn Pittinger is co-author on this post. He is a consultant in petroleum engineering, economic evaluation, and decision analysis. The Haynesville Shale play needs $6.50 gas prices to break even. With natural gas prices just above $2/Mcf...
Benzinga  Mar 23  Comment 
Comstock Resources, Inc. ("Comstock" or the "Company") (NYSE: CRK) announced today that it will reduce its 2015 capital spending plan by approximately 22% to $248 million, a savings of over $69 million versus its previously ...
OilVoice  Dec 5  Comment 
Cubic Energy Inc. OTCQBCBNR reports the status of the continued development of its nonoperated northwest Louisiana acreage. Cubic previously announced its subsidiary Cubic Louisiana LLC had el
OilVoice  Sep 18  Comment 
Cubic Energy Inc. OTCQBCBNR announces its subsidiary Cubic Louisiana LLC has elected to participate in the drilling and completion of five horizontal Haynesville Shale wells in its nonoperated
Wall Street Journal  Aug 10  Comment 
Blackstone Group is nearing a deal to buy Royal Dutch Shell's half-interest in the Haynesville Shale, a huge Louisiana gas field, in a deal could value the stake at more than $1 billion.
OilVoice  Apr 2  Comment 
Azure Midstream Energy LLC announced the completion and startup of its Fairway gas processing plant located in San Augustine County Texas. The James Lime formation in the Haynesville Shale area in
Energy and Capital  Jul 30  Comment 
The Haynesville shale is mainly a natural gas play, but it hasn't reached its full potential...
OilVoice  Jul 3  Comment 
Chesapeake Energy Corporation NYSECHK announced the execution of agreements to sell assets in the Northern Eagle Ford Shale and Haynesville Shale to EXCO Operating Company LP a subsidiary of EXCO
Reuters  Sep 24  Comment 
Goodrich Petroleum Corp said the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) completed an investigation into its disclosures on wells and reserves in the Haynesville shale field and that no action had been recommended.


The Haynesville Shale is a massive natural gas deposit in northern Louisiana. Early estimates suggest the shale may hold as much as 200 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, or the equivalent of 33 Billion barrels of crude oil.[1]

The Haynesville Shale was discovered by Chesapeake Energy (CHK), who began devoting substantial resources to exploration in 2005 after having gotten in late to the Barnett Shale.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 The Wall Street Journal Reports on the discovery of the Haynesville Shale
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