Goodrich Petroleum Corp. said it has entered into separate agreements to sell a portion of its assets in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) in Louisiana for $3.3 million, as well as to swap acreage and reduce gathering fees in the core of the Haynesville Shale.
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Dallas-based exploration and production company Aresco LP has acquired “a substantial working interest” in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Goodrich Petroleum Corp. announced the completion of an Encana Corp.-operated well in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) in which it holds a minority interest. Initial production was lower than other recent wells in the play but still apparently economic and boding good things to come from the TMS, one analyst said Tuesday.
Exploration and production (E&P) companies remain enthusiastic about the U.S. onshore, in particular the Permian Basin, Niobrara formation, Utica Shale and the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS), based on observations at the recent EnerCom Consulting oil and natural gas conference, said two analyst teams who were there. However, Marcellus Shale pricing appears to be a “real concern for the buyside.”
One day after Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) pioneer Goodrich Petroleum Corp. said it would redirect capital from the Eagle Ford Shale to the emerging play, Eagle Ford-focused Sanchez Energy Corp. Thursday announced deals worth $78 million that give it entry into the TMS.
Now that it has seen some encouraging well results, Goodrich Petroleum Inc. is stepping up activity in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) of Louisiana and Mississippi, where the company is about to close on an acquisition that will more than double its footprint in the emerging play.