Category: Eagle Ford News
Click the map below to download the full version of the Eagle Ford Well Permit Map.
The latest Eagle Ford Oil and Gas well permit map continues to grow and continues to go East.
5,527 permits for pending Oil or Gas wells – 5,972 Oil Wells Scheduled – 2,934 Gas Wells Scheduled
Here it is folks. The latest permit map for oil and gas wells in the Texas Eagle Ford area. Look at all those beautiful dots. Looks like things continue to grow East towards the EagleBine.
There’s a whole lotta Fracking going on in Texas these days and it will all come together in the Big D. Get ready to feel the ground shake at the fabulous Gaylord Texan resort in Grapevine.
They’re calling it the TEXAS SHOWDOWN :
Hosted by : Roseland Publications
What : Dual Focus Expo – Eagle Ford & Permian Basin
Where : Gaylord Texan : Grapevine, TX
When : August 13-14
Confirmed Keynote Speakers : Allen Gilmer of drillinginfo & Mike Fields of WSI (more TBA)
Exhibitor / Sponsor Reservations – contact Derek Buhl at – email@example.com
Attendees only – Register Here
…And it’s just keeps getting bigger, thanks to:
Down-Spacing (more wells, drilled closer together) & Pad Drilling (where multiple wells are drilled from the same pad)
Get ready for a Texas showdown… Our friends over at Roseland Publications are putting together a Texas sized Expo for Oil and Gas in Fort Worth. Stay tuned for more..
What: Roseland’s Texas Showdown Expo | Dual Focus 2014 | Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale
Where: Forth Worth
When: Summer 2014 | Dates TBA Soon
Click Here for a Directory Discount:
Blue Dots, Red Dots, Green Dots – Everywhere you look Dots, Dots, and more Dots. The Eagle Ford Map keeps growing. Frack ’em Up Baby ; )
Here is the latest Eagle Ford Map showing Permits and Oil & Gas wells on schedule.
5,468 Blue Dots (Permits)
5,285 Green Dots (Oil Wells)
2,617 Red Dots (Gas Wells)
Using only brackish and/or recycled water, Apache is able to address the shortage of water in West Texas. Reusing frack water is a a double whammy. Protects our precious water supply and saves money. Water disposal costs upwards of $2.50/barrel, while the cost of recycling water is around 29¢/barrel.
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