Keith, thanks for starting this specialized forum for the Eagle Ford play. I, for one, will do what I can to contribute as an oil & gas lawyer and as a former District Landman/Trades Negotiator for Exxon.
don't want to offend anyone...but where can I post my place I have for sale that in south east san Antonio...not far from interstate 37 please some one email me and tell me where I can post this info..
I normall stay pretty close to home and rarely comment comment on any forum except the Fayette, County Texas forum; but, since I do read the Haynesville and the Eagle Ford forum discussions, I would like to ask a question. First: I'm not sure how the Eagle Ford or even the Haynesville Forum response information gets back to my e-mail. I read the comments on both forums pretty much all the time; but, on occasion I make a comment. How do the answers ever get back to my e-mail inbox? If I ever see a response, it is when I go back and look at the forum comments sometime later.
(Darrel Kirkland)--Iam a registered P.E.and have been involved in the energy industry for over 35 years as an independent land man, consultant, and interest owner. I am currently a partner with Capital Energy Advisors and their parent Banks Information Solutions in Austin. Both have heavy involvement in the EFS and other shale plays as well as conventional plays.
Keith, in trying to go to my county interest groups, it no longer show the ones I previously asked for: Smith County, Cherokee County, Anderson County and Rusk County. It appears that you have restructured the system somewhat. So, can you add me to those of interest? Clint Liles is the one who is supposedly routing the Smith County interest group. Please send me an e-mail. Thanks. George (Dick) Gaut
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