Lower Smackover/Brown Dense

Lower Smackover/Brown Dense
Lower Smackover/Brown Dense Overview: The Brown Dense is a potential crude oil play that is a member of the Lower Smackover formation, and is so named because it is a thick, muddy carbonate. Read More

Lower Smackover/Brown Dense Counties: AR: Ashley, Bradley, Calhoun, Columbia, Hempstead Read More

Lower Smackover/Brown Dense Pipelines (natural gas): ANR, CenterPoint Energy, Columbia Gulf, Gulf Crossing, Gulf South, Louisiana Intrastate Gas, Midcontinent Express, MidLa, Mississippi River Transmission, Perryville Hub, Southeast Supply Header, Southern Natural, Tennessee, Texas Eastern Transmission, Texas Gas Transmission, Tiger Pipeline, Trunkline Read More

Lower Smackover/Brown Dense Net Acreage Table: A table detailing the net acreage owned by various companies in the Lower Smackover/Brown Dense. View Table


Southwestern Sees Promise in Brown Dense Play Vertical Well Results

Southwestern Energy Co. executives trumpeted record results for 3Q2013 -- including nearly double the gas production in the Marcellus Shale from the previous year’s quarter -- and were excited by the success of a vertical well targeting the Lower Smackover Brown Dense formation, an emerging unconventional play in southern Arkansas and northern Louisiana. Read More


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