Haynesville bossier shale signs of life starting to emerge
Ragan Dickens counsels those ready to wrap a “Rest in Peace” wreath around the once-venerable Haynesville-Bossier shale, to look well beyond its current ill health. “It’s not going to return tomorrow, but we have stability for the long term,” says Dickens, North Louisiana director of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGA).
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