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27 January 2015

New Haynesville gas wells - an alternative to tight oil

Report summary

Just a few years ago, the Haynesville Shale presented Lower 48 operators with some of the lowest cost gas supply in the country.  Like many of its gas peers though, the Haynesville quickly fell out of favour when the US gas market collapsed.  Now though, some notable players have been describing plans to re-engage the Haynesville in 2015. Haynesville economics have shifted considerably.  In fact, drilling massive gas wells is one of the best hedges against cratering oil prices.

Table of contents

    • Best practice well design has evolved
      • Map 1: Haynesville wells included in the study
      • Tight oil advancements drove the change
    • Producer optionality
    • New Haynesville wells are competitive versus tight oil
      • Three Haynesville cases compared to tight oil assets
    • Appendix A: Type Curve and Economic Assumptions

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • New Haynesville gas wells - an alternative to tight oil: Table 1
  • New Haynesville gas wells - an alternative to tight oil: Image 1
  • Appendix B: Lateral length map for H13 wells
  • New Haynesville gas wells - an alternative to tight oil: Image 2
  • New Haynesville gas wells - an alternative to tight oil: Image 3

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