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Deep Bossier tight gas unconventional play

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The Deep Bossier Play in East Texas lies to the south of the Bossier Shelf edge at depths between 4,500 and 6,100 metres (14,763 and 20,013 feet). Due to the inconsistent geology of the play's isolated sand lenses, well performance varies. The range of performance is wide, where some Deep Bossier wells have been the most prolific unconventional gas producers in the Lower 48 in recent years. The largest of these wells, the Laxson #2 in the Amoruso field, averaged 62 mmcfed for 90 days in...

Table of contents

  • Commercialisation overview
    • Deep Bossier timeline
  • Gas market
  • Environment/regulation
  • Land access/permitting
  • Fiscal terms
  • Supply chain
  • Water procurement/disposal
  • Technology

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Deep Bossier map
  • Position of key companies
  • Deep Bossier economic metrics
  • Type well annual production
  • Type well cash flow
  • Generalized stratigraphy of the East Texas and North Louisiana salt basins

What's included

This report contains:

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    Data Summary Deep Bossier.xls

    XLS 157.00 KB

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    Data Summary Template.xls

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    Deep Bossier tight gas unconventional play

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