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Sell Mineral Rights Royalties Haynesville Shale

Sell Mineral Rights Royalties Haynesville Shale

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Published by Billy Minrawls
http://www.CaddoMinerals.com

Get information on your Mineral Rights and Royalty ownership in the Haynesville Shale. If you're an Oil & Gas landowner in Northern Louisiana, this is a can't miss guide to the Natural Gas Industry in Northern Louisiana for 2011. Get updates on permits and production and understand how to take control of your assets.

Caddo Minerals is a premier, trusted buyer of Minerals and Royalties. With a focus in the Haynesville Shale, Caddo is committed to educating sellers on their rights and opportunities to sell their minerals in the Haynesville Shale.
http://www.CaddoMinerals.com

Get information on your Mineral Rights and Royalty ownership in the Haynesville Shale. If you're an Oil & Gas landowner in Northern Louisiana, this is a can't miss guide to the Natural Gas Industry in Northern Louisiana for 2011. Get updates on permits and production and understand how to take control of your assets.

Caddo Minerals is a premier, trusted buyer of Minerals and Royalties. With a focus in the Haynesville Shale, Caddo is committed to educating sellers on their rights and opportunities to sell their minerals in the Haynesville Shale.

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Published by: Billy Minrawls on Apr 26, 2011
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Louisiana Haynesville Shale Report
May, 2011
Louisiana Haynesville Shale
REPORT
Summer, 2011
SPONSORED BY CADDO MINERALS INC. -CADDOMINERALS.COM
 
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Well Activity
Louisiana Haynesville Shale Report
Benton
ShreveportMansfieldCoushatta
Wells Currently ProducingWells Not Yet ProducingWells Permitted3096261,072
Permits for New Haynesville Shale Wells
300250200150100500Q1 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2009 Q4 2009 Q1 2010 Q2 2010 Q3 2010 Q4 2010 Q1 2011E
Haynesville Shale“Core”
 
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What Landowners Should Expect for 2011
As a mineral owner, what should I expect in 2011?”
 
Low Natural Gas Prices
Abundant natural gas supplies, caused by development of new shale plays, will continue to depress U.S. natural gas prices.
Louisiana Haynesville Shale Report
Drilling in the Haynesville Shale is expected to decrease in 2011 due to continued low natural gas prices and competition from moreprotable oil plays. Aer 2 years of steady growth, permits for new Haynesville Shale wells peaked in September, 2010 and then fellby 21% in early 2011. Well operators are now only drilling wells that are required to hold their leases. They will not drill development wells until natural gas prices see a substantial increase. Additionally, many leases will expire un-drilled, and will not be re-leased becausethe Haynesville Shale Core is shrinking.
Year
    P   r    i   c   e   o    f    N   a   t   u   r   a    l    G   a   s    (    $    )
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Natural Gas Prices (U.S.)
14121086420
After 6 Months
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Months of Production
69% Decline
Haynesville Shale Decline Curve
After 3 Months51% Decline
20,00010,00015,0005,0000
    P   r   o    d   u   c   t    i   o   n    R   a   t   e    M    C    F    /    D   a   y
82% DeclineAfter 12 Months
Declining Production Rates
The production from Haynesville Shale wells will decline dramatically during the 1st year. The average well declines 69% over the 1st6 months, and 82% over the 1st year.
Only 1 Well per Section
Haynesville Shale wells are not protable at current natural gas prices. Until well economics justify drilling new wells, operators willonly drill 1 well per section in order to hold the leases.
Lease Expirations
Many leases outside of the Core will be allowed to expire, and may not be re-leased because of poor well economics.
Smaller Royalty Checks
Royalty owners will see smaller royalty checks as the 1st well in the section declines, and no additional wells are drilled.
Lower Lease Bonuses
Landowners with land located outside of the “Core” should not expect to be re-leased. Lease bonuses inside of the Core will be muchsmaller than during the leasing boom of 2008-2009.

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