| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 3/5/14 at 9:01 pm|
The Devon wells were sold to Goodrich. They are listed in green above. They are the Weyerhaeuser 14, Weyerhaeuser 72, beech grove, Richland farms, Murphy, Soterra, and Thomas. I bet Devon wishes they had that 100 million back. Some of the wells are really struggling just a few months after being...
| Political Talk|| re: using natural gas to hurt russia - TigerDog83 on 3/5/14 at 10:14 am|
[quote]The analysts and experts on CNN yesterday said that if oil drops below $90 a barrel and NG falls to similar levels (idk the exact #) then Russia gets put in a bind.[/quote]
What do you think would happen to US tight oil and shale oil if oil dropped below $90 a barrel? Rigs would start lay...
| Political Talk|| re: It's too late to call a grandmaster to help when you are one move from checkmate - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 3:52 pm|
[quote]What are the boards thoughts on how Russia would respond to sanctions from the West? What are the goal of said sanctions? To convince Putin to withdraw back to his bases in Crimea, or simply to prevent him from going further?[/quote]
I think a lot of Americans feel the need to "do somethin...
| Political Talk|| re: It's too late to call a grandmaster to help when you are one move from checkmate - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 1:28 pm|
[quote]I basically agree with this, but keep in mind that in the case of Libya, the Europeans (especially France and Italy) were determined to act even if we didn't go along for the ride. [/quote]
Probably because ENI and Total have big asset positions in Libya. ...
| Political Talk|| re: It's too late to call a grandmaster to help when you are one move from checkmate - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 10:29 am|
[quote]And here is Europe's achilles heal in relation to Russia...natural resources. It is the one sanction that would have real teeth but it would be the equivalent of you cutting the power off in your house to teach the power company a lesson...might get a little chilly.[/quote]
Would be good l...
| Political Talk|| re: It's too late to call a grandmaster to help when you are one move from checkmate - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 10:19 am|
[quote]Putin knows that the US and the West in general has no appetite for military engagement with Russia and all he risks is economic hardship. You're making this too much about Obama (he deserves some) when it's more about the current state of Western politics.[/quote]
If Putin takes the Ukrai...
| Political Talk|| re: Russia sets deadline for Ukraine forces in Crimea to surrender - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 10:13 am|
[quote]a true david and goliath fight here. only......there's no fricking way that david can win this one. [/quote]
Seems like this is really an economic battle over expansion of Russian natural gas interests and abilities to control supplies to the EU and over control of the grain exported by Ukr...
| Political Talk|| re: What is Putin's end game? What is his best possibly scenario? - TigerDog83 on 3/3/14 at 9:57 am|
Seems like also Putin wants control of natural gas lines feeding into Europe. Prior to the LNG train startups around the world along with the shale gas output in North America Russia was dominating the European gas market. Russia was in a position to set the price for much of Europe. With less co...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Tell me about the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale deposit in Louisiana. - TigerDog83 on 3/1/14 at 10:11 am|
That's correct also. I was trying to keep it simple. Plus some formations are different in different states like hosston in louisiana and Travis peak in texas. Haynesville is a little different in that the formation near Haynesville is sand. The shale play itself is probably lower Bossier but mc...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Tell me about the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale deposit in Louisiana. - TigerDog83 on 3/1/14 at 6:53 am|
Lots of formations are named where they outcrop on the surface. This I believe is one. I'm also laughing at some of the incorrect information in this thread. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 2:32 pm|
[quote]A few of the wells in the TMS are on my property and I can tell you from what I have seen personally, the play does work. [/quote]
It makes oil but I think what he was alluding to is well costs. Breakeven is pretty high on a 12 million or more dollar well, and these last few that have IP'...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Question for duck hunters - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 11:00 am|
[quote]This is correct but does not apply to Avoyelles[/quote]
Right, but it always made no sense to me why one more mallard drake wasn't allowed over here. I know Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana kill proportionally more ducks probably than further west (without looking so don't hold me to tha...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Question for duck hunters - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 10:53 am|
Central Flyway gives you 5 mallards. One reason we hunt a lot on our place in TX now. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 10:49 am|
[quote]The play doesn't work...Goodrich is toast.
Regarding HK, Floyd was in the right place at the right time and made the right decision with Petrohawk...it's a different world now and IMV he's made all the wrong decisions this go-round.[/quote]
I was essentially agreeing with you in my ear...
| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 10:34 am|
[quote]Goodrich did good on the Crosby well but seems to have been doing a lot of experimenting on wells since then. I think they had a plan from the beginning but wanted to test a bunch of different strategies before settling on a method and going all in. Their recent stock fall and unhappy investo...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Question for duck hunters - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 10:29 am|
[quote]Arguably the smartest and most cunning of duck species. Therefore the hardest to hunt. [/quote]
Mallards are known and liked for their ability to be worked with a call. Pintails are much more wary birds, especially out in the open. ...
| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 8:03 am|
[quote]I'm not completely sold on them technically but I do have faith Floyd will make this happen somehow/someway. [/quote]
I kind of feel like what he did with Petrohawk was a one shot phenomenon. He lucked in to the Haynesville position in Elm Grove by buying out KCS. Give them credit for th...
| Money Talk|| re: Tuscaloosa Marine Shale oil well sets record (for TMS) - 1540 - TigerDog83 on 2/28/14 at 7:53 am|
I imagine he says that because he knows their bleak financial outlook. Last summer Goodrich was attempting to sell anything they could off the record to gin up cash. Yes, they have a line of credit but their only assets are some lower tier Eagle Ford and dry gas in the Haynesville other than the T...
| Money Talk|| re: Bakken Oil Stocks - TigerDog83 on 2/26/14 at 1:49 pm|
I would be concerned that most of the upside is already baked into the Bakken stocks as the play is definitely into the harvest mode now. Maybe some incremental reserves being brought into play via downspacing units might add upside. I guess the three forks could be a good play on unbooked reserve...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Bigger Bass coming to a Lake Near You - LDWF Release stocking priority list - TigerDog83 on 2/26/14 at 9:12 am|
[quote]Is this James Bayou (referred to as Jeems by most) that feeds Caddo, or is there another James Bayou of significance in the state? [/quote]
I would guess it would have to be Jeems. By the way things should be getting right in Jeems pretty soon. Salvinia is cleaned out as much as it has b...
| O-T Lounge|| re: OT Suit Wearers: Any info on Dragon Inside? - TigerDog83 on 2/25/14 at 11:19 am|
[quote]Suit Supply is beyond legit. [/quote]
Are they full canvass, half canvass, or fused?
| O-T Lounge|| re: OT Suit Wearers: Any info on Dragon Inside? - TigerDog83 on 2/25/14 at 11:06 am|
[quote]My buddy has a bunch of suits from them and you can't tell them apart from premium brands like Hickey Freeman, Armani, etc. [/quote]
If one is looking to save on a decent canvassed suit they can find mainline Hickey Freemans and similar quality suits at the rack stores of Neimans, Nordstro...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Chevron well explodes, burns for 5 days, kils one. They offer residents free pie - TigerDog83 on 2/19/14 at 3:49 pm|
I think the Huff well might have been the one in December that was disappointing and drove the stock down, but I'm not entirely sure. They have two more wells that should release results any day now. It's not hard to see how it would not be good that many of these well results are negative due to ...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Chevron well explodes, burns for 5 days, kils one. They offer residents free pie - TigerDog83 on 2/19/14 at 2:56 pm|
[quote]Wasn't Anadarko in on it too?[/quote]
They were playing the Austin Chalk across and bailed on it. Scotia had the package of acreage for sale for quite a while and the last I had seen it was now available in 10,000 acre parcels. I don't think they attempted any testing of the TMS. EOG wa...
| O-T Lounge|| re: Chevron well explodes, burns for 5 days, kils one. They offer residents free pie - TigerDog83 on 2/19/14 at 2:44 pm|
[quote]Think I read someplace that they need production rates around 1,000 BOPD to be economic. Looks like they are way off the mark. Their well costs would need to go down below what is even possible at those rates. It isn't easy drilling in that area.[/quote]
The best wells have been in Mississ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Honda Pioneer 700 SxS? - TigerDog83 on 2/17/14 at 12:17 pm|
My old man bought this machine before this hunting season in the 4 seater version (actually flip down back seats so 2-4 people). As usual it's a rock solid dependable Honda. It's not quite as big as a ranger but he's been more than happy with it. It will do upper 40's at top end on good roads and...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Paging Larry Reynolds- duck season - TigerDog83 on 2/13/14 at 1:16 pm|
It's always been that way. February is great to sell somebody on a new field or spot for next year because the ducks are always there. Conversely I've always made it a habit to only scout potential leases or purchases on what is around Dec-Jan. ...
| Outdoor Board|| re: OFFICIAL 22LR Thread - TigerDog83 on 2/11/14 at 7:58 am|
[quote]Yeah m selective now
I passed on the blazer this week my ammo shelf is sagging. I'm gonna have to brace it before adding to the shelf.[/quote]
You still having luck with the WM app? Hasn't shown anything in stock lately but I've seen your pictures indicating success. I have plenty fo...
| Outdoor Board|| re: Anybody bought anything off Cheaper Than Dirt? - TigerDog83 on 2/10/14 at 7:57 am|
I imagine this is what you are asking about? From what I have heard about CTD they will probably find a way to screw you on this if you p...
| Outdoor Board|| re: OFFICIAL 22LR Thread - TigerDog83 on 2/4/14 at 2:29 pm|
[quote]What do you define enough? And do you know how much he, or anyone else, is shooting?[/quote]
I don't have a clue but I know I have what I need to not have to stand in line with a bunch of neck beards at Wal-mart for the foreseeable future. I guess the chase is fun for some people, or thei...