Where is the Haynesville Shale located?

Where is the Haynesville Shale located?

The Haynesville/Bossier Shale, located in East Texas (Railroad Commission of Texas District 6) and Western Louisiana, is a hydrocarbon-producing geological formation capable of producing large amounts of gas. The productive interval of the shale is greater than 10,000 feet below the land surface.

How thick is the Haynesville Shale?

The Haynesville Shale covers an area of approximately 9000 square miles with an average thickness of 200–300 feet.

How large is the Haynesville Shale?

about 9,000 square miles
The Haynesville Shale underlies an area of about 9,000 square miles and averages about 200 to 300 feet thick. The Haynesville Shale is overlain by sandstone of the Cotton Valley Group and underlain by limestone of the Smackover Formation. It contains vast quantities of recoverable natural gas.

How long does it take to drill a Haynesville well?

A Haynesville well completes in an average of 50 days and a Marcellus well completes in an average of 30 days.

When was the Haynesville Shale discovered?

The Haynesville Shale is a massive dry natural gas formation in Northwest Louisiana and East Texas that lies at true vertical depths between 10,000 and 14,000 feet. The play was discovered by Chesapeake Energy in early 2008, and that triggered a substantial wave of leasing activity in the area.

Who discovered the Haynesville Shale?

Chesapeake Energy

Who owns Vine oil and gas?

Vine Energy/Parent organizations

What Texas counties are in the Eagle Ford Shale?

Significant development of the Eagle Ford Shale is found in the following South Texas counties:

  • LaSalle County TX.
  • Lavaca County TX.
  • Live Oak County TX.
  • Maverick County TX.
  • McMullen County TX.
  • Webb County TX.
  • Wilson County TX.
  • Zavala County TX.

How many wells are in the Haynesville Shale?

Haynesville production is dry gas, so it does not have to be processed before being liquefied. Several industry sources estimate there are between 35,000-50,000 wells left to be drilled in the play, so production is scalable.

What companies are drilling in Haynesville Shale?

Haynesville Shale Companies

  • EXCO Resources.
  • Forest Oil.
  • GMX Resources.
  • Goodrich Petroleum.
  • JW Operating.
  • Noble Energy.
  • Penn Virginia.
  • Petrohawk.