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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Duke Sales to Penn Virginia Resources




These are seperate volume numbers for an individual Duke unit.

Forest's Cornerstone 3H Unit 1/21/09


After going online last year, the 3H volume has remained fairly consistant, with only a minor decline in production.



Range Resources Flares their Aquilla Unit

Range flares their Aquilla unit just south of Peoria, TX. The well was recently completed and is not yet online.
Zooming in for a closer look.
Lateral lines will take Barnett gas away from this unit to PVR's gathering system. It will then make the journey to market via Energy Transfer's main transmission line.





Area Lake Levels Continue to Drop

Looking east across Aquilla Lake dam on FM 310. The entire north Texas area is in dire need of rain.




Longhorns graze peacefully on Farm Rd 1947 south of Peoria, TX in Hill county.


Saturday, January 10, 2009

Hillsboro Square at Dusk











Duke Sales to Penn Virginia Resources







Duke Lease Production


Production numbers remain good at Forest Oil's Duke units between Peoria and Hillsboro.


Range Resource's Aquilla Unit

Completion work on Range Resources Aquilla Unit is underway.

Lake Aquilla


Not as bad as the drought of 2006, but rain would be welcomed as lake levels continue to fall.
After the "drought" in '06 it rained for almost 6 months straight filling every lake in North Texas past flood stages.

Cornerstone 2H Production 1/9/09

Production at Forest Oil's Cornerstone 3H unit has been consistant since initial production began in the spring of 2008. The well is located 5 miles south of Whitney on HCR 2122W, just off FM 933.













Friday, January 09, 2009

Cutting a Road to XTO's Watson Unit

Progress is slow but steady as a vacant dozer hauler sits in a clearing of cedar trees just north of HCR 1221. According to the TX/RRC this should be the entrance to what will be XTO Energy's Watson A 1-H unit in Hill county.

Icy Start to New Year 2009

The beginning of the week in Tarrant county brought ice to many trees, power lines and overpasses. Weather extremes are the norm for Texas.