- Google EARTH - Clicking the maps marked Google Earth will open the data in the Google Earth program (or it might open the data file in your file manager - if so, just double click the file to open it). Google Earth is a separate program that can be downloaded for free from Google. It is more powerful than Google Maps and you can see all of the completions on a single map. The downside is that it is a separate piece of software that is not run through your browser. The upside is that it's pretty cool. Download Google Earth here.
- Google Maps - Clicking these maps open typical Google maps that appear in an internet browser window. Because of speed issues, I've had to break down the data into "bite-sized" pieces by geography, so you have to click a particular geographic area to get applicable data. If you want to see everythng, use the "All Louisiana Completions" map in Google Earth.
Haynesville Working Rig Maps- Texas and Louisiana:
- All Louisiana and Texas Working Rigs (Google Maps)
[it's been a long, long while since I've updated these - sorry!]
- All Louisiana Completions (Google EARTH)
- Bossier, Bienville and Webster Parishes (Google Maps)
- Caddo Parish (Google Maps)
- Northern DeSoto Parish, Townships 13 - 16 (Google Maps)
- Southern DeSoto Parish, Townships 10 - 12 (Google Maps)
- Red River Parish (Google Maps)
- Sabine and Natchitoches Parishes (Google Maps)
Middle Bossier Shale - Texas and Louisiana (updated sporadically as new data becomes available):
- Mid-Bossier Shale (Google Maps)
Texas Oil Rumor
- Texas Oil Rumor (Google Maps)