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  • As of January 6th, 68 rigs in N. LA, down from 139 in April 2010.\n\nSome may look at this as a gloomy picture but please look at what ran in 2000 - we are almost triple that now.\n\nNot many of us (Maybe Dickie) were interested back in 1992 when there were (yes) 5 rigs running in N. LA. \n\nFluctuations dictated by market prices... Market is king.\n
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  • Lake Vobegon, Where all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average." Garrison Kellor\n
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  • Ten years ago we had 60 years supply of natural gas and declining\nToday we have 100 plus years and growing\n
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  • Gone from a 61 year declining supply \nTo a 100 plus year growing supply\n
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  • Mississippi was number 1, Louisiana was 11 or 14\n
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  • The boom in low-cost natural gas obtained from shale is driving investment in plants that use gas for fuel or as a raw material, setting off a race by states to attract such factories and the jobs they create.\nOF COURSE WASHINGTON COULD ALSO BE A GAME CHANGER\n
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  • 1,836 PRODUCING WELLS\n2,200 UNITS\n
  • 1. Drilling capital moving to liquids\n2. Drilling to hold leases is mostly over so companies have a choice\n3. US LNG facilities are being converted to export - 2015 - Nat. Gas has been a local commodity\n4. Continued shift from coal power generation to natural gas. Demand from power sources will grow\n5. Transportation fuel\n6. Industrial, petrochemical all are moving ahead with an abundant supply available \n\n
  • 1. Drilling capital moving to liquids\n2. Drilling to hold leases is mostly over so companies have a choice\n3. US LNG facilities are being converted to export - 2015 - Nat. Gas has been a local commodity\n4. Continued shift from coal power generation to natural gas. Demand from power sources will grow\n5. Transportation fuel\n6. Industrial, petrochemical all are moving ahead with an abundant supply available \n\n
  • 1. Drilling capital moving to liquids\n2. Drilling to hold leases is mostly over so companies have a choice\n3. US LNG facilities are being converted to export - 2015 - Nat. Gas has been a local commodity\n4. Continued shift from coal power generation to natural gas. Demand from power sources will grow\n5. Transportation fuel\n6. Industrial, petrochemical all are moving ahead with an abundant supply available \n\n
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    1. 1. LouisianaThe Energy State
    2. 2. LouisianaThe Energy State
    3. 3. Roy Culle n Clint Murchison n hardso Sid RicH.L. Hunt
    4. 4. The advanced technology of hydraulic fracturing and lateral drillinghas revolutionized the domestic oil and gas industry
    5. 5. Please visit www.loga.la/drilling.html to watch the horizontal drilling animation
    6. 6. Hydraulic Fracturing➡First commercial “frac” job was conducted in 1947➡States regulate hydraulic fracturing➡More than 1 million wells had been completed using this method by 1988➡Estimated that nearly 85% of wills drilled today are completed using hydraulic fracturing➡Multiple federally funded studies have shown that there is no risk associated with hydraulic fracturing
    7. 7. GLOBAL FRASER INSTITUTE PETROLEUM SURVEY• A total of 502 respondents completed the survey to evaluate 136 jurisdictions around the globe
    8. 8. NORTH AMERICA THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE HOT SPOT • #1 Mississippi • #5 Texas • #14 Louisiana • The Gulf of Mexico dropped from 11th in investment attractiveness this year to 60th
    9. 9. Institute for Energy Research in a recent study -North America holds the world’s largest combined oil,coal, and natural gas resources in the world,enough tofuel our present needs for 250 years.
    10. 10. Non CONVENTIONAL ENERGY➡“It’s the elixir of economic life, providing business longevity and renewal and ...apparently.....about to turn the US back into an industrial powerhouse” The Australian.➡ "This shale gas development is a game-changer of huge proportions," said Dan DiMicco, chief executive officer of Nucor Corp➡ “We are in the midst of a significant global shift as unconventional energy sources become more attractive to oil and gas companies” BDO USA➡ Youngstown Steel & Tube building $650 million Plant in Youngstown, Ohio all made possible by cheap shale gas from Pennsylvania
    11. 11. BROWN DENSE LouisianaHAYNESVILLE SHALE COTTON VALLEY Shale & Ultra Deep Plays TUSCALOOSA MARINE SHALE/ EAGLE FORD LA SHALE WILCOX ULTRA DEEP FRONTIER
    12. 12. Haynesville Shale
    13. 13. Haynesville Shale#1 Producing Natural Gas Field in US$14 Billion Est. Economic Impact in 201260,000 Plus Jobs Supported by Shale in 20121,700 Plus Producing Wells2,207 Units as of 12/15/11
    14. 14. Since October 2008, more than 1,836 wells have CLAIBORNE been completed in the Haynesville CADDO Haynesville Shale Gas Play Haynesville Shale Gas Play Well Activity Map Well Activity Map Caddo-Pine Island Field Producing Well (13) 1 Producing Well (1837) Permitted Well Dixie Field Bellevue Field Permitted Well WOC*/Fracturing/ 11 1 " Waiting on Completion/Fracturing/ Dixie Testing/Other Operations (266) Sentell Field Testing/Other Operations (47) 1 1 Field " 11 Bellevue BOSSIER Permitted Well 1 Sentell Field # Permitted Well * Drilling in Progress (79) Drilling in Progress (35) 1 " Field Red Chute Bayou 1 " Permitted Well Longwood 1 1 ! Permitted Well Not Drilling (65) 1Field Field Not Drilling (228) 1 Longwood Field 160 Total Wells Permitted to Haynesville Shale 11 Willow Chute Field 1 § ¦ ¨ 20 2410 Total Haynesville Shale Wells Haughton 220 20 * Waiting on Completion 1 1 1 Shreveport Field 1 1 Field 1 Sibley Adopted Haynesville Adopted Haynesville 1 1 " 111 1 1#* Field Shale Unit (2207) Shale Unit (174) 1 Sligo 1 Field Bossier City 11! # 1 1 Greenwood-Waskom 11 WEBSTER " *" Field 1 1 11 1 11 ! ! 1 Sligo Field 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 1 Cedar" 11 1 1 1# 111 1 1 1 "1 " " 1 * 1 1 111 1 1 Grove 1 Field ! 1 !1 1 1 1 1 # " 1 1Metcalf1 1 1 11 1 " 11 1 1 1 1 Grove111111 1 1 11111 Lake Bistineau 1 * 1 " 20 # * Shreveport 11 111 1 11 1 111111 1 ! ! 111Field111 1 Jamestown 1 1 1 1 Field ! 1 Johnson Branch 111 1 1 "1 ! Field1 Elm Greenwood-Waskom " 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11# 111 1 " * 1 " 11 1 1 " 1 11 1 "1 ! 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" 1 1 " Grand Cane Field ! 1 1 1 !" ! 1 ! 1 1 1#Pleasant Hill 1 " 11 " 1 11 ! * 1 1 1 1 "" Field " 1 ! 1 11 ! 1 11 1 1 11 1Field 1 1 1! 1 # " * 1! 11 1 ! 1 ! 1# 1 !# # ** " San1 1 * 1 111 1"1 1 ! 1 Miguel Creek 1 Converse # # 1# 1 11 # Field Trenton Field " " " 1 !"" " 1 * * * !" 1 * " " Spider Field 1 "!Field Bayou San Miguel 1 " "# 1 1 " 1! " " *" " " 1 !! ! !" " " Field 1 " DE SOTO !! ! 1 11 ! ! " ! ! 1 1 " ! "" ± 1 1 11 1 ! #! ! ! Benson Field 1 1 * 1 1 King Hill Field 11 1 !" ! NATCHITOCHES 1!1 " 0 5 10 !! Pleasant Hill Field 1 Zwolle Field ! 1 SABINE Miles 0 5 10 Well data as of 02/02/2012Well data as of 10/30/08. NOTE: Data from this map areNOTE: Data from this map are not to be used for legal purposes.
    15. 15. AVERAGE OIL & NATURAL GASPRICES 2000 - 2012 Oil Trend 1 Gas
    16. 16. AVERAGE OIL & NATURAL GAS PRICES 2000 - 2012 Oil Trend 1 Gas Title 98 100 100 91 9 Natural gas prices 75 70 6.75 64 58Oil Prices 54 50 50 4.5 38 27 28 23 23 25 2.25 0 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    17. 17. AVERAGE OIL & NATURAL GAS PRICES 2000 - 2012 Oil Trend 1 Gas Title 98 100 100 8.67 9 91 7.98 6.81 Natural gas prices 75 70 6.75 5.94 6.11 64 5.48 58Oil Prices 54 50 50 3.94 4.34 4.18 4.5 38 3.66 3.55 3.26 27 28 2.45 23 23 25 2.25 0 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    18. 18. Average North LA Rig Activity2000 - 2012 150 North La Land Rig Activity 135 Trend 1112.5 98 90 75 68 57 58 57 49 40 37.5 30 29 24 23 0 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
    19. 19. Haynesville Shale Local OrdinancesREGULATING: Noise Levels, Hours of Operation, Lighting, Dust, Vibrations, Odors, Venting, Fencing, Signage, Discharge, Explosives, Debris, High Grass, Trash, Compressor Stations, Road Use, Seismic Operations Enacted Oil & Gas Ordinances City of Shreveport (October 2009) Caddo Parish (September 2009) Bossier City (June 2009) Enacted Road Ordinances Bienville Parish Caddo Parish Bossier Parish Desoto Parish Red River Parish Webster Parish Vernon Parish Noise Ordinances – Bossier & Caddo Parishes, City of Shreveport Seismic Ordinances – Bossier City & Shreveport
    20. 20. value of the severancetax investment incentiveFor every dollar of severance taxesgiven up under the horizontalincentive the state gained $2.94 inrevenues to the treasury. $1.00 = $2.94
    21. 21. Projected Economic ImpactHaynesville Shale 2010 - 2014 Business HouseholdYear Earnings Jobs Sales2010 $17 Billion E $4 Billion 111,3292011 $12 Billion $3 Billion 76,3392012 $11 Billion $3 Billion 69,4242013 $11 Billion $3 Billion 62,8832014 $11 Billion $3 Billion 60, 637
    22. 22. Lower Smackover Brown Dense
    23. 23. Lower Smackover Brown DensePredominately North East PlayVery early stages of developmentdepths rage from 8,000’ to 10,000’
    24. 24. Lower Smackover Brown DensePredominately North East PlayVery early stages of developmentdepths rage from 8,000’ to 10,000’ Companies in The Dense Devon Southwestern Energy Vision Exploration
    25. 25. Tuscaloosa MarineShale / Eagle Ford LA
    26. 26. Tuscaloosa MarineShale / Eagle Ford LA
    27. 27. Tuscaloosa MarineShale / Eagle Ford LA
    28. 28. Tuscaloosa Marine Shale / Eagle Ford LA AmeliaAnadarko Devon Indigo Minerals Resources Mid-WesternEl Paso Denbury StatesEncana Goodrich Swift
    29. 29. Ultra-Deep Frontier 25,000’ - 35,000’ Middle/Lower Miocene - Wilcox - Frio - Tuscaloosa - TextDavy Jones
    30. 30. Ultra-Deep Frontier 25,000’ - 35,000’ Middle/Lower Miocene - Wilcox - Frio - Tuscaloosa - TextDavy Jones
    31. 31. Ultra-Deep Frontier 25,000’ - 35,000’ Middle/Lower Miocene - Wilcox - Frio - Tuscaloosa - COMPANIES IN THE FRONTIER McMoRan PLAINS Text CHEVRON Energy XXIDavy Jones
    32. 32. CNG
    33. 33. Roy Culle n Clint Murchison n hardso Sid Ric r d lia Hil C .P.H.L. Hunt

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