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Travis Peak tight gas unconventional play

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Report summary

The Cretaceous Travis Peak, referred to as the "Hosston" in Northern Louisiana, is the second largest tight-gas play in the ArkLaTex Basin in terms of cumulative production. It ranks behind the Cotton Valley, which underlies the Travis Peak. Both are mature, tight gas sands. Production from the Travis Peak peaked in 2008 at 1.29 bcfed and is expected to average 0.9 bcfed in 2013. Operators in the play continue to shift their focus to higher return liquids-rich. Activity levels in the...

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This report includes 12 images and tables including:


  • Travis Peak map - the Sabine Uplift is a key structural element for shallower fields
  • Travis Peak timeline
  • Position of key companies
  • Key companies: Image 2
  • Type well annual production
  • Type well cash flow


  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Travis Peak geological characteristics
  • Travis Peak reserves and resources build-up
  • Reserves assumptions
  • Economic assumptions: Table 1
  • Travis Peak economic metrics

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