Monday, September 17, 2012

Haynesville Shale Rig Count: -2 to 21

The Haynesville Shale rig count dropped by two last week to end at 21.  Louisiana was unchanged at 12, while Texas lost two rigs to end at nine, the first time this figure has been in single digits since 2008 (before I was counting).


Anonymous said...

The only thing that kept Texas above 10 rigs this long was Anadarko and Panola county's NGLs and now that market has also collapsed. The silver lining may be with the NGL prices falling, fewer NG+NGL wells will be drilled and the supply/demand for NG will come in balance sooner.

P.S. this proving your not a robot is getting to hard to decipher. 4th try

Anonymous said...

Use a name then :-)

Anonymous said...

I don't know how. I am so old they taught me Fortran in HS and Kermit was used on the computers in college. Also I don't trust Google with my data.

Robert Hutchinson said...

I never made it past BASIC in HS or college. I see summer camps teaching kids app development skills and I'm totally jealous.

I'm posting this comment without my login and I have to agree that those robot identifiers are pretty tough. I wish I could do something about it.

But submitting comments as "Anonymous" is the same process as submitting with a name (even a fake one - funny please). I can never figure out why people don't include a name to give some attribution to their comments. If nothing else, I'd like to be able to tell people apart.