New Activity in the Haynesville Shale
June 11, 2013 | Longview News Journal
After starting a rapid activity decline in 2010, the Haynesville Shale which spans between northeast Texas and northern Louisiana is starting to heat up.
Drilling Dynamics in the Haynesville Shale
February 4, 2014 | Energy Information Administration
New-well natural gas production per rig is up in the Haynesville Shale by about 400% since 2009 - a major gain in productivity. However total gas production from the formation is down because the rig count has fallen severely. Drilling companies have moved their rings out of the dry-gas Haynesville to oil-rich and wet-gas plays in other areas.
Future of the Haynesville Shale?
April 13, 2014 | TheAdvertiser.com
Natural gas drilling activity in the Haynesville Shale was booming in 2010 but has fallen significantly since then. The fall occurred as natural gas prices fell from $12 down to $2. Companies started drilling there with a high income assumption. After the price fall, drillers could make more money drilling liquid and oil-rich plays because the revenue there was greater. They Haynesville still holds lots of gas and drilling will increase when prices increase.