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HAYNESVILLE SHALE

The Haynesville Shale is a layer of sedimentary rock below the surface of northwestern Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas and eastern Texas here drilling has indicated a large supply of natural gas that will play as a long term energy source world wide. This Shale play, along with others, promises to provide our nation and the world an opportunity for a clean energy source for future generations. This resource may also play a role in increasing the United States’ platform as a worldwide energy provider, reducing our dependence on other providers and increasing our energy independence in a geopolitical debate for the future of nations and energy independence. More information about the Haynesville Shale can be found on the State of Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ website. Other links: GoHaynesvilleShale.com and Geology.com.

Download a copy of Dr. Loren Scott’s Haynesville Shale Report here.

 

The Haynesville Shale is a layer of sedimentary rock below the surface of northwestern Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas and eastern Texas where exploratory drilling has indicated a potentially large supply of natural gas is currently trapped. As a result, the value of land in the area has risen sharply and natural gas exploration has increased significantly. More information about the Haynesville Shale can be found on the State of Louisiana Department of Natural Resources’ website.

 

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