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Haynesville and Bossier shale gas unconventional play

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The Haynesville and Bossier are deep, high-temperature, and over-pressured dry gas formations in northwest Louisiana and east Texas. Well, costs tend to be higher than other Lower 48 gas plays due to sub-surface conditions and depths of up to 15,000 feet. Haynesville activity peaked in 2011 at over 1,000 wells but slowed due to a low gas price. Activity began to rebound in 2017, driven by private equity-backed operators. With the return to low gas prices in 2023, D&C decreased. Longer laterals and enhanced completions have re-defined play economics.

Table of contents

  • Commercialisation overview
  • What to watch
  • Supply chain
  • Water procurement and disposal
  • Emissions

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • Haynesville - horizontal wells since 2021
  • Bossier - horizontal wells since 2021
  • Haynesville geological characteristics
  • Bossier geological characteristics
  • Haynesville and Bossier resources
  • Haynesville economic metrics (Haynesville, Caspiana Core subplay)
  • Type well annual and cumulative production – Haynesville, Caspiana Core.
  • Type well cash flow – Haynesville, Caspiana Core.
  • Bossier economic metrics (Bossier, Spider subplay)
  • Type well annual and cumulative production – Bossier, Spider.
  • Type well cash flow – Bossier, Spider.

What's included

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    Haynesville And Bossier Shale Gas Unconventional Play.pdf

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    Summary Data Haynesville Bossier 2024.xlsx

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