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Posted: 8/11/2014 5:25:51 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/11/2014 5:38:44 PM EDT by DonKey153]
http://theadvocate.com/news/9943044-123/drillers-defining-tuscaloosa-shales-productive

"The five largest players in the eastern part of the formation, which covers an area through the midsection of Louisiana from Texas into Mississippi, have about 1 million acres under lease in an area that covers 4,500 square miles..."
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I receive $14.36 per month in oil lease payments for Adams county MS.
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Does peep and cola puke turn into oil? Or right to blood money?
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[Last Edit: 8/11/2014 5:43:37 PM EDT by AKengineer]
Come on black gold, daddy needs a PVS-14. A family member just got 500k for a pipeline less than 10 miles from our land.
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Originally Posted By RustedAce:
No vomit for Oil.
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RA, where in LA are you? (Roughly)
Link Posted: 8/11/2014 5:46:46 PM EDT
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ayudas visuales.


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Originally Posted By lilMAC25:

RA, where in LA are you? (Roughly)
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Originally Posted By RustedAce:
No vomit for Oil.

RA, where in LA are you? (Roughly)


It's a tarp.
Link Posted: 8/11/2014 5:47:45 PM EDT
Wonder how much lead and brass could be recovered from the gray goo at the range?
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Originally Posted By Fugitive:
Wonder how much lead and brass could be recovered from the gray goo at the range?
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Not nearly as much as the vomit, tears ,cola , and dissapointment.
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Originally Posted By Fugitive:
Wonder how much lead and brass could be recovered from the gray goo at the range?
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And copper. And lost souls
Link Posted: 8/11/2014 5:58:48 PM EDT
So, they are going to use evacuees as slave labor to drill for it then?
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Originally Posted By GarandM1:
So, they are going to use evacuees as slave labor to drill for it then?
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I'm hoping I'll be doing some work on this one. So yes.
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Originally Posted By DonKey153:



I'm hoping I'll be doing some work on this one. So yes.
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Originally Posted By DonKey153:
Originally Posted By GarandM1:
So, they are going to use evacuees as slave labor to drill for it then?



I'm hoping I'll be doing some work on this one. So yes.

Wanna come drill on my camp in natchez?
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Originally Posted By johnnypantz:


And copper. And lost souls
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Originally Posted By Fugitive:
Wonder how much lead and brass could be recovered from the gray goo at the range?


And copper. And lost souls

I think I lost my soul there on 3 occasions.



I know I lost peeps, crawfish and cola.
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Originally Posted By louisianarebel:

Wanna come drill on my camp in natchez?
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Originally Posted By louisianarebel:
Originally Posted By DonKey153:
Originally Posted By GarandM1:
So, they are going to use evacuees as slave labor to drill for it then?



I'm hoping I'll be doing some work on this one. So yes.

Wanna come drill on my camp in natchez?



not my decision, otherwise I would drill exclusively on arfcommer land
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Originally Posted By DonKey153:
ayudas visuales.
http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i43/DonKey153/Untitled_zpsf3c53a85.jpg

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Needs to move farther east.
Link Posted: 8/11/2014 10:36:05 PM EDT
Per Rigzone, they are going to see a huge growth in natural gas over the next couple of years as well.
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I live in part of it in MS. They are paying less for leases than they did when I leased out my land in east TX in 2008ish. Town here has gone full retartd. People who don't own mineral rights think they are going to get rich. They are building an "upscale" supermarket for the fracking workers they expect to come in, this a town of 12k. In east TX they were paying between $2,500 to $,7500 per acre for 3 years of rigts and 50% production with rights of first refusal and the average was running around $5k.

If they really want to make money build RV parks, bars, and water delivery service. End of story. Guys coming in aren't looking to buy a house, shop at an upscale supermarket or any of that crap. They want to work and then go back to where they came from when the work is done. A surveyor who was the only surveyor in the county in TX where the fracking boom hit retired 15 years earlier than planned because of the need to have all the stuff surveyed etc...

Seen it before.
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