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CCI buys Shell’s East Texas, North Louisiana shale assets

Rate this article By LNG World News Castleton Commodities International (CCI) has closed on the acquisition of the East Texas and North Louisiana Haynesville Shale assets of BG US Production Company, a unit of Royal Dutch Shell. Pro forma for the acquisition, Castleton Resources will hold approximately 222,400 net acres in the region and produce…

Tellurian completes Haynesville shale assets deal

Rate this article By LNG World News Tellurian, the US company developing the 27.6-mtpa Driftwood LNG export facility, closed the agreement with Rockcliff Energy Operating to acquire Haynesville assets in Louisiana for $85.1 million. The assets include approximately four million cubic feet per day of natural gas production, approximately 1.3 Tcf of gas resource, and…

Tellurian to buy Haynesville shale assets

Rate this article By LNG World News Tellurian, the US company developing the 26-mtpa Driftwood LNG export facility, has entered into a deal to buy a package of natural gas assets in the Haynesville shale play in northern Louisiana. A wholly-owned unit of Tellurian signed the deal worth $85.1 million with an unnamed private seller….

Tokyo Gas invests in U.S. shale player Castleton Resources

Rate this article By LNG World News Image courtesy of CCITokyo Gas said that through its unit, Tokyo Gas America, it has purchased a 30 percent equity in Castleton Resources, a company focused on developing oil and gas assets in east Texas and Louisiana. Castleton Resources, a unit of Castleton Commodities International, focuses on developing…

Covey Park Gas to acquire Louisiana assets

Rate this article Covey Park Gas LLC, Dallas, has agreed to acquire acreage and natural gas production in the Haynesville and Bossier shales of Louisiana from subsidiaries of EP Energy Corp., Houston, for $420 million. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal – General Interest

Study finds Haynesville refracs lift production

Rate this article Article Abstract: Low oil prices have forced operators to seek alternative techniques to increase production while reducing capital expenditure. Refracturing fits these criteria in unconventional plays. from Drilling and Production News Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Drilling and Production News for more great articles.