The Haynesville doesn’t quit. Its output was virtually unchanged in 2020. Orders for new LNG cargoes halted during the summer but are record-setting again. Here’s why the Haynesville’s the unstoppable go-to for supply.
Using electricity to fire steel furnaces? Using electricity to extract hydrogen to power hydrogen-fuel-cell vehicles? These and most other reduced-carbon, energy-transition tacks use natural gas to generate the electricity. Here’s the outlook for demand from the Haynesville.
Unboxing the Black Box: New Techniques for Understanding Drivers of Haynesville Performance
These analysts discuss their findings in how a range of variables--including well design, completion recipe and location--have affected the performance of individual operators and subregions of the Haynesville shale.
Raoul LeBlanc, Vice President, Financial Services & North American Onshore, IHS Markit
Consolidating the Haynesville section by section and also taking in Terryville Field, this E&P has built an enviable gas footprint that has direct access to major markets. Here are its latest results and plans.
Craig Jarchow, President & CEO, TG Natural Resources LLC
Now an operator can pull sand from the wet pile from any regional mining source, lowering operator costs and improving the ESG footprint by eliminating silica dust exposure and reducing both carbon emissions and water needs.
Matt Oehler, Business Development Manager, PropX Inc.
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