On the cover: Talk about hot – shale plays continue to be a spark for the industry, and that has led to new activity in some relatively new exploration areas. The eastern United States? North Louisiana? North Dakota? All that, and more – which is what this issue of the EXPLORER examines with several stories, including one on the surprising Haynesville Shale play that’s represented by our cover shot of the Hudson 10-1 well.
Photo courtesy of Cubic Energy.
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In case you missed the news, shale plays are hot right now – and a quick look at U.S. shale activity trends is a revealing, dramatic story.
What makes the Woodford shale play work? Hundreds of wells are about to be drilled to determine if the play is a bust or the next Barnett.
A brand new day: Louisiana's new Haynesville Shale play is being touted as the harbinger of what may open an untapped region to prolific gas production.
Second verse, same as the first: Headlines earlier this year proclaimed the Marcellus Shale as the year's most surprising play. Today the surprise is gone – but the play is getting hotter still.
Let's make a deal: Landowners sitting atop prospective properties have learned there's strength in numbers.