Thursday, December 31, 2015

It's Been a Gas...

As of the end of this year, I'm going to suspend active publication of haynesvilleplay.com.  Over the next few weeks (months?), I'll bring all of the stray completions, permits and rig counts current to 12/31/15 but will stop updating these on a regular basis.  The site will remain up and my email (haynesvilleplay <at> gmail <dot> com) will be active if anyone wants to check in.  I'm not going anywhere - I just won't be as visible.

It's not for a lack of interest but rather a lack of time that I have to move on. Other projects have overtaken my attention, as I'm sure regular readers have noticed.  Over the past seven and a half years, I've thoroughly enjoyed writing about the Haynesville Shale.  I've learned a lot and have met some interesting people (at least virtually).  I probably will post occasionally - I'm going to stay abreast of the market - but I just won't be publishing with any regularity and I'll leave stats maintenance to others.

A happy and prosperous new year to all and may things turn around for natural gas in the coming year(s).

5 comments:

Bobtail said...

I will miss you. Good job Robert. Well done!

Tom said...

I've enjoyed your site ever since I worked the Haynesville for a large independent. Even though I have moved on to other assets, I can't help but keep coming back here to stay abreast of things. Thanks for all the hard work and commentary.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the time and effort you put into the site, Robert. It has always been my first choice for info regarding the Haynesville shale. All the best to you. Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Yes, thank you for all the great information you have brought to your followers over the years. Seems 'a day late and a dollar short' rules the day, with approval processes taking so long that revolutionary trends are delayed past the point of feasibility. What could have been an exciting and multi-generational wealth creating journey for many of us has stagnated into a humdrum from which extrication can hardly be imagined. I am surprised you hung in there as long as you did. Thanks again. KH

Bill Mendenhall said...

Robert, we will miss your thoughtful posts and reliable information. Yours has been the go to website for information on what's happening in the Haynesville. Good luck to you in all your ventures.

-Bill