Friday, February 25, 2011

Big Mid-Bossier Shale Update

I spent some time this week digging into the Mid-Bossier Shale. Because Mid-Bossier wells are not separately delineated by TX or LA, you have to figure them out by finding them referenced in investor materials, looking at depths of completions or talking to someone who knows about these things.  Over the course of the past couple of weeks I did a little of each.  The depth analysis is still a work in process and, not being an expert on such things, I may have mis-characterized some wells.

On top of this, I just realized that I never actually got around to posting the updates I made a couple of weeks ago - my bad.  In any case, I've added 16 new Mid-Bossier candidate wells and have made numerous updates and additions to the spreadsheet, most notably perforation data.  While perforations are not an exact measure of depth, it gives us some data to do an apples-to-apples comparison. Click the image below to go to the Mid-Bossier page.

As always, I welcome any input you may have to help make this list better.

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