Haynesville Shale Output Climbs Past 7 Bcf/d

December 2017, Vol. 244, No. 12

By Nick Cunningham, Contributor

An early center of American shale drilling is roaring back to life, boosted by new petrochemical and fertilizer plants, and liquefied natural gas export terminals along the Gulf Coast. The Haynesville Shale, a giant field in northwest Louisiana, was one of fracking’s hottest spots a decade ago. But it fizzled out about five years ago as gas prices plunged and drillers focused on finding oil in Texas. This original shale gas play kicked off the shale drilling bonanza a decade ago but then went into decline, is getting a new lease on life. The Haynesville…

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