Home / Tag Archives: Haynesville (page 3)

Tag Archives: Haynesville

New industry standards create open relationship between operators and impacted communities

Zach Koppang | Shale Plays Media The American Petroleum Institute (API) has issued new and specific standards that will engage unconventional oil and gas operators with the U.S. communities being affected by development. Oil and Gas Journal reports that the new community engagement guidelines are similar to what already exists for railways and pipelines. In a statement to reporters on ...

Read More »

Gulf of Mexico asset shuffle sign of growth

Marissa Hall | Shale Plays Media There has been a lot of shuffling taking place along the Gulf of Mexico of late. With a potential revival of natural gas drilling in Haynesville and the prospect of liquefied natural gas exports on the horizon, oil and gas companies are vying for property in the coastal region. Jessica Gonzalez for The Republic ...

Read More »

BHP Billiton’s investment not a bust

Oil pump. Oil industry equipment.

Marissa Hall | Shale Plays Media Three years after the purchase of Petrohawk Energy and a portion of Chesapeake Energy to gain a presence in shale plays in the southern United States, it appears that BHP Billiton’s $20 billion investment isn’t leading to ruin. According to an article by Christopher Helman in Forbes, after a rough first year, they finally ...

Read More »

The future looks bright for Haynesville


Shane Thielges | Shale Plays Media Much has been made of the supposed demise of the Haynesville shale. True, natural gas production has fallen sharply since the initial boom of about 2008. But it’s not because the gas is gone, or because it’s no good. The simple fact of the matter is that gas is so abundant, there’s no way ...

Read More »