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Haynesville Shale in the US -
Gas Shale Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

Publication date : January 2011

Haynesville shale would emerge as a major natural gas producing shale in the US :

The Haynesville shale is evolving in to one of the major natural gas producing fields
in the US. The production from the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe (billion
cubic feet equivalent) in 2007 to 410.9 bcfe in 2009 at an AAGR (average annual
growth rate) of XX%.

With increasing Initial Production (IP) rates and improving well performance, the
shale play would continue to remain a major source of natural gas supply in the
US. The production from the play is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to
XX bcfe in 2020, at an AAGR of XX%.

Drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play continue to increase despite low
natural gas prices :

International natural gas prices have been hovering around $XX-$XX per Million
Metric British Thermal Units (MMBtu). Despite the low international prices of natural
gas since late 2008, drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play have continued to
increase. The number of well permits in the Haynesville shale in Louisiana increased
from 200 in 2008 to XX in November 2010, indicating the increased interest of
companies in the shale play. Over the past two years, the growth in the number of wells
permitted increased by XX%, despite the low natural gas prices.

Haynesville shale gas success mandates infrastructure development :

Rapidly increasing natural gas production from the Haynesville shale has also mandated
investments into the infrastructure expansion in the region. Representing one of the most
recent infrastructure developments in the shale play, Energy Transfer Partners LP
completed and put into service the ETC Tiger Pipeline. The pipeline would provide
takeaway capacity from the East Texas Carthage Hub area and the Haynesville Shale play.
Enterprise Products Partners LP and Duncan Energy Partners are developing a XX-mile
Haynesville Extension pipeline that would have a transportation capacity of up to XX bcf/d
(billion cubic feet per day) of natural gas. The pipeline would extend from the Haynesville
region to interconnect with interstate pipelines in central Louisiana as well as with the
company’s Acadian Gas System. The pipeline is expected to be placed into service during
the third quarter of2011. Enbridge Energy Partners are expanding the company's natural
gas gathering system in East Texas that serves the Haynesville Shale. The company would
spend $XXm to add a capacity of XX MMcf/d
(million cubic feet per day) to its system.

The fast increasing natural gas production from the shale play will require future investments
in pipeline capacity expansion and other midstream infrastructure developments.

As companies move towards liquid shale plays, core Haynesville shale
play might witness reduced investments
:

Oil and gas companies in the US are increasingly shifting their focus to liquid-rich shale plays
such as Bakken, Eagle Ford and emerging plays like the Niobrara shale. Lower natural gas
prices and increasing crude oil prices have diverted investments from gas shales to liquid-rich
shales. It is expected that investments in the Haynesville play would remain low over the next
two years if natural gas prices continue to remain low.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents ........2
1.1 List of Tables ........3
1.2 List of Figures ........3

2 Introduction ........4
2.1 Overview ........4
2.2 Report Guidance ........4

3 Haynesville Shale Play Overview ........5
3.1 Haynesville Shale Gas Play Activity ........5

4 Haynesville Shale, Operational Overview ........7
4.1 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates ........7
4.2 Haynesville Shale, Well Profile ........8
4.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........9
4.3.1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, 2010 ........9
4.3.2 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Production, 2010 ........10
4.3.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........11
4.4 Haynesville Shale, Cost Trends, 2010 ........13
4.4.1 Well Cost ........13
4.4.2 Finding and Development Cost ........13
4.5 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
4.5.1 Number of wells drilled, Louisiana & East Texas ........14
4.5.2 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........15
4.5.3 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........19

5 Haynesville Shale, Competitive Landscape ........20
5.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, 2010 ........20
5.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2010 ........22
5.2.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, Louisiana ........22
5.2.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, East Texas ........24
5.3 Haynesville Shale, Future Plans by Major Companies, 2011 ........26

6 Corrosion Management Summit Asia 2012 ........27
6.1 Devon Energy ........27
6.2 Chesapeake Energy ........28
6.3 EnCana Oil & Gas ........29
6.4 Petrohawk Energy ........31
6.5 XTO Energy ........31

7 Haynesville Shale, Infrastructure ........33

8 Haynesville Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play ........35
8.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals by Deal Value ($m), 2008-2010 ........36
8.1.1 Plains Exploration Acquires 20% Interest In Haynesville Shale Leasehold
From Chesapeake Energy ........36
8.1.2 BG Group Acquires 50% Interest In Shale Gas Resources From EXCO
Resources ........37
8.1.3 Berry Petroleum Acquires East Texas Cotton Valley Natural Gas Assets ........37
8.1.4 EXCO Resources Acquires Haynesville And Bossier Shale Properties From
Southwestern Energy ........37
8.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals, 2010 ........38
8.2.1 Exxon Mobil Acquires Ellora Energy ........38
8.2.2 EXCO Resources Plans to Form Joint Venture With BG Group ........38
8.2.3 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Acquires 50% Interest In Its Haynesville
Shale Gathering & Treating Business ........38
8.2.4 Denbury Resources Sells Oil & Natural Gas Properties In Texas And
Mexico ........38
8.2.5 EXCO Resources and BG Group Acquires Common Resources ........39
8.2.6 Enterprise Products Partners Acquires Natural Gas Gathering Systems
From M2 Midstream ........39

List of Tables

Table 1 Haynesville Shale Characteristics, Industry Average Numbers, 2010 ........6
Table 2 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates Of Wells Drilled By Major
Companies, 2010 ........7
Table 3 Haynesville Shale, Average Decline Rates Per Well ........8
Table 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Table 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Table 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........12
Table 7 Haynesville Shale, Cost Per Well ($m), 2010 ........13
Table 8 Haynesville Shale, Finding And Development Cost Per MMcfe, 2010 ......13
Table 9 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Table 10 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Companies by Total Number Of
Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........17
Table 11 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Table 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........21
Table 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........23
Table 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........25
Table 15 Haynesville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure By Major Companies,
$m, 2011 ........26
Table 16 Devon Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........27
Table 17 Chesapeake Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........28
Table 18 EnCana Oil & Gas, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........29
Table 19 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........29
Table 20 Petrohawk Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........31
Table 21 XTO Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters, 2009 .......32
Table 22 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2008-2010 .....35
Table 23 Haynesville Shale, Top 10 Deals By Deal Value, $m, 2008-2010 ........36

List of Figures
Figure 1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana- East Texas, Location, 2010 ........5
Figure 2 Haynesville Shale, Approximate Depth, 2010 ........6
Figure 3 Haynesville Shale Play, Well Profile, 2010 ........8
Figure 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Figure 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Figure 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........11
Figure 7 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
Figure 8 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Figure 9 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Major Companies by Total Number
Of Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........16
Figure 10 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Figure 11 East Texas Haynesville/Bossier Shale Play, Total Number Of Wells
Drilled, 2009-2010 ........19
Figure 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........20
Figure 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........22
Figure 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........24
Figure 15 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........30
Figure 16 ETC Tiger Pipeline, Route, 2010 ........33
Figure 17 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities,
2008-2010 ........35

2 Introduction

2.1 Overview :

Gas shales in the US have already had a huge impact on the global natural gas industry. In
2009, as a result of increasing shale gas production, the US surpassed Russia to become the
world’s largest natural gas producer. The increasing production from the US shale gas plays
has resulted in lower natural gas prices globally. It has also changed the market dynamics of
the natural gas industry in the US.

The Haynesville shale has been the one of the major drivers for the growth of the shale gas
industry in the US. The significant success of the shale gas wells drilled in Haynesville has
led to oil and gas companies exploring other shale gas basins in the US. The Haynesville
shale has emerged as one of the major onshore natural gas producing fields in the US, with
production reaching XX bcfe in 2009.

The report analyses the major operational parameters in the Haynesville shale play, such
as the initial production rates, well costs, finding and development costs, well decline curves
and drilling activities. The report also details the production trends, competitive landscape,
merger and acquisition activities and infrastructure details in the shale play.

2.2 Report guidance :

- The report starts with an executive summary capturing the key summary of activities in the
Haynesville shale.
- Chapter 1 consists of the table of contents including the list of tables and figures.
- Chapter 2 gives an introduction to the report along with a chapter-by-chapter report guide.
- Chapter 3 discusses the market overview of the Haynesville shale in the US, detailing the
location, key characteristics and other details.
- Chapter 4 details the operational overview of the Haynesville shale in the US outlining
production trends to 2020, cost trends and drilling activities.
- Chapter 5 details the Haynesville shale’s competitive landscape,
analyzing major companies by both acreage and production.- Chapter 6 provides the details
of the top five companies in the Haynesville shale play as of 2010.
- Chapter 7 highlights the major infrastructure developments in the Haynesville shale play.
- Chapter 8 details the major mergers and acquisitions in the Haynesville shale between
2008 and 2010.
- Chapter 9 is the appendix of the report.

4.3.3 Haynesville shale, production trends, 2007-2020 :

The production in the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe in 2007 to XX bcfe in 2009 at
an AAGR of XX%. The production is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to XX bcfe in
2020 at an AAGR of XX%. This shale play will continue to be a major supplier of natural gas
in the US.

8 Haynesville shale, mergers and acquisition activity in the play :

The Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) activity in the Haynesville shale surged up in the second
quarter of 2008, with the natural gas prices rising to an all time high of approximately $XX per
MMBtu. The M&A activity in the play dropped drastically with the falling of natural gas prices,
with no major deals happening in the play in the fourth quarter of 2008. However, with the gas
prices steadying at around $XX per MMBtu, the M&A activity in the play is again picking up.

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Equipment ID   : 904
Equipment name   : Haynesville Shale in the US - Gas Shale Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020 - Report
Category   : Research Reports
Specifications   : Name of the Report :
Haynesville Shale in the US -
Gas Shale Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

Publication date : January 2011

Haynesville shale would emerge as a major natural gas producing shale in the US :

The Haynesville shale is evolving in to one of the major natural gas producing fields
in the US. The production from the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe (billion
cubic feet equivalent) in 2007 to 410.9 bcfe in 2009 at an AAGR (average annual
growth rate) of XX%.

With increasing Initial Production (IP) rates and improving well performance, the
shale play would continue to remain a major source of natural gas supply in the
US. The production from the play is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to
XX bcfe in 2020, at an AAGR of XX%.

Drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play continue to increase despite low
natural gas prices :

International natural gas prices have been hovering around $XX-$XX per Million
Metric British Thermal Units (MMBtu). Despite the low international prices of natural
gas since late 2008, drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play have continued to
increase. The number of well permits in the Haynesville shale in Louisiana increased
from 200 in 2008 to XX in November 2010, indicating the increased interest of
companies in the shale play. Over the past two years, the growth in the number of wells
permitted increased by XX%, despite the low natural gas prices.

Haynesville shale gas success mandates infrastructure development :

Rapidly increasing natural gas production from the Haynesville shale has also mandated
investments into the infrastructure expansion in the region. Representing one of the most
recent infrastructure developments in the shale play, Energy Transfer Partners LP
completed and put into service the ETC Tiger Pipeline. The pipeline would provide
takeaway capacity from the East Texas Carthage Hub area and the Haynesville Shale play.
Enterprise Products Partners LP and Duncan Energy Partners are developing a XX-mile
Haynesville Extension pipeline that would have a transportation capacity of up to XX bcf/d
(billion cubic feet per day) of natural gas. The pipeline would extend from the Haynesville
region to interconnect with interstate pipelines in central Louisiana as well as with the
company’s Acadian Gas System. The pipeline is expected to be placed into service during
the third quarter of2011. Enbridge Energy Partners are expanding the company's natural
gas gathering system in East Texas that serves the Haynesville Shale. The company would
spend $XXm to add a capacity of XX MMcf/d
(million cubic feet per day) to its system.

The fast increasing natural gas production from the shale play will require future investments
in pipeline capacity expansion and other midstream infrastructure developments.

As companies move towards liquid shale plays, core Haynesville shale
play might witness reduced investments
:

Oil and gas companies in the US are increasingly shifting their focus to liquid-rich shale plays
such as Bakken, Eagle Ford and emerging plays like the Niobrara shale. Lower natural gas
prices and increasing crude oil prices have diverted investments from gas shales to liquid-rich
shales. It is expected that investments in the Haynesville play would remain low over the next
two years if natural gas prices continue to remain low.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents ........2
1.1 List of Tables ........3
1.2 List of Figures ........3

2 Introduction ........4
2.1 Overview ........4
2.2 Report Guidance ........4

3 Haynesville Shale Play Overview ........5
3.1 Haynesville Shale Gas Play Activity ........5

4 Haynesville Shale, Operational Overview ........7
4.1 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates ........7
4.2 Haynesville Shale, Well Profile ........8
4.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........9
4.3.1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, 2010 ........9
4.3.2 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Production, 2010 ........10
4.3.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........11
4.4 Haynesville Shale, Cost Trends, 2010 ........13
4.4.1 Well Cost ........13
4.4.2 Finding and Development Cost ........13
4.5 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
4.5.1 Number of wells drilled, Louisiana & East Texas ........14
4.5.2 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........15
4.5.3 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........19

5 Haynesville Shale, Competitive Landscape ........20
5.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, 2010 ........20
5.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2010 ........22
5.2.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, Louisiana ........22
5.2.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, East Texas ........24
5.3 Haynesville Shale, Future Plans by Major Companies, 2011 ........26

6 Corrosion Management Summit Asia 2012 ........27
6.1 Devon Energy ........27
6.2 Chesapeake Energy ........28
6.3 EnCana Oil & Gas ........29
6.4 Petrohawk Energy ........31
6.5 XTO Energy ........31

7 Haynesville Shale, Infrastructure ........33

8 Haynesville Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play ........35
8.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals by Deal Value ($m), 2008-2010 ........36
8.1.1 Plains Exploration Acquires 20% Interest In Haynesville Shale Leasehold
From Chesapeake Energy ........36
8.1.2 BG Group Acquires 50% Interest In Shale Gas Resources From EXCO
Resources ........37
8.1.3 Berry Petroleum Acquires East Texas Cotton Valley Natural Gas Assets ........37
8.1.4 EXCO Resources Acquires Haynesville And Bossier Shale Properties From
Southwestern Energy ........37
8.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals, 2010 ........38
8.2.1 Exxon Mobil Acquires Ellora Energy ........38
8.2.2 EXCO Resources Plans to Form Joint Venture With BG Group ........38
8.2.3 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Acquires 50% Interest In Its Haynesville
Shale Gathering & Treating Business ........38
8.2.4 Denbury Resources Sells Oil & Natural Gas Properties In Texas And
Mexico ........38
8.2.5 EXCO Resources and BG Group Acquires Common Resources ........39
8.2.6 Enterprise Products Partners Acquires Natural Gas Gathering Systems
From M2 Midstream ........39

List of Tables

Table 1 Haynesville Shale Characteristics, Industry Average Numbers, 2010 ........6
Table 2 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates Of Wells Drilled By Major
Companies, 2010 ........7
Table 3 Haynesville Shale, Average Decline Rates Per Well ........8
Table 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Table 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Table 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........12
Table 7 Haynesville Shale, Cost Per Well ($m), 2010 ........13
Table 8 Haynesville Shale, Finding And Development Cost Per MMcfe, 2010 ......13
Table 9 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Table 10 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Companies by Total Number Of
Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........17
Table 11 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Table 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........21
Table 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........23
Table 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........25
Table 15 Haynesville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure By Major Companies,
$m, 2011 ........26
Table 16 Devon Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........27
Table 17 Chesapeake Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........28
Table 18 EnCana Oil & Gas, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........29
Table 19 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........29
Table 20 Petrohawk Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........31
Table 21 XTO Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters, 2009 .......32
Table 22 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2008-2010 .....35
Table 23 Haynesville Shale, Top 10 Deals By Deal Value, $m, 2008-2010 ........36

List of Figures
Figure 1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana- East Texas, Location, 2010 ........5
Figure 2 Haynesville Shale, Approximate Depth, 2010 ........6
Figure 3 Haynesville Shale Play, Well Profile, 2010 ........8
Figure 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Figure 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Figure 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........11
Figure 7 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
Figure 8 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Figure 9 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Major Companies by Total Number
Of Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........16
Figure 10 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Figure 11 East Texas Haynesville/Bossier Shale Play, Total Number Of Wells
Drilled, 2009-2010 ........19
Figure 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........20
Figure 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........22
Figure 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........24
Figure 15 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........30
Figure 16 ETC Tiger Pipeline, Route, 2010 ........33
Figure 17 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities,
2008-2010 ........35

2 Introduction

2.1 Overview :

Gas shales in the US have already had a huge impact on the global natural gas industry. In
2009, as a result of increasing shale gas production, the US surpassed Russia to become the
world’s largest natural gas producer. The increasing production from the US shale gas plays
has resulted in lower natural gas prices globally. It has also changed the market dynamics of
the natural gas industry in the US.

The Haynesville shale has been the one of the major drivers for the growth of the shale gas
industry in the US. The significant success of the shale gas wells drilled in Haynesville has
led to oil and gas companies exploring other shale gas basins in the US. The Haynesville
shale has emerged as one of the major onshore natural gas producing fields in the US, with
production reaching XX bcfe in 2009.

The report analyses the major operational parameters in the Haynesville shale play, such
as the initial production rates, well costs, finding and development costs, well decline curves
and drilling activities. The report also details the production trends, competitive landscape,
merger and acquisition activities and infrastructure details in the shale play.

2.2 Report guidance :

- The report starts with an executive summary capturing the key summary of activities in the
Haynesville shale.
- Chapter 1 consists of the table of contents including the list of tables and figures.
- Chapter 2 gives an introduction to the report along with a chapter-by-chapter report guide.
- Chapter 3 discusses the market overview of the Haynesville shale in the US, detailing the
location, key characteristics and other details.
- Chapter 4 details the operational overview of the Haynesville shale in the US outlining
production trends to 2020, cost trends and drilling activities.
- Chapter 5 details the Haynesville shale’s competitive landscape,
analyzing major companies by both acreage and production.- Chapter 6 provides the details
of the top five companies in the Haynesville shale play as of 2010.
- Chapter 7 highlights the major infrastructure developments in the Haynesville shale play.
- Chapter 8 details the major mergers and acquisitions in the Haynesville shale between
2008 and 2010.
- Chapter 9 is the appendix of the report.

4.3.3 Haynesville shale, production trends, 2007-2020 :

The production in the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe in 2007 to XX bcfe in 2009 at
an AAGR of XX%. The production is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to XX bcfe in
2020 at an AAGR of XX%. This shale play will continue to be a major supplier of natural gas
in the US.

8 Haynesville shale, mergers and acquisition activity in the play :

The Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) activity in the Haynesville shale surged up in the second
quarter of 2008, with the natural gas prices rising to an all time high of approximately $XX per
MMBtu. The M&A activity in the play dropped drastically with the falling of natural gas prices,
with no major deals happening in the play in the fourth quarter of 2008. However, with the gas
prices steadying at around $XX per MMBtu, the M&A activity in the play is again picking up.

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and secondary sources, whose accuracy we are not always in a position to guarantee.
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Equipment name   : Haynesville Shale in the US - Gas Shale Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020 - Report
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Name of the Report :
Haynesville Shale in the US -
Gas Shale Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

Publication date : January 2011

Haynesville shale would emerge as a major natural gas producing shale in the US :

The Haynesville shale is evolving in to one of the major natural gas producing fields
in the US. The production from the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe (billion
cubic feet equivalent) in 2007 to 410.9 bcfe in 2009 at an AAGR (average annual
growth rate) of XX%.

With increasing Initial Production (IP) rates and improving well performance, the
shale play would continue to remain a major source of natural gas supply in the
US. The production from the play is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to
XX bcfe in 2020, at an AAGR of XX%.

Drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play continue to increase despite low
natural gas prices :

International natural gas prices have been hovering around $XX-$XX per Million
Metric British Thermal Units (MMBtu). Despite the low international prices of natural
gas since late 2008, drilling activities in the Haynesville shale play have continued to
increase. The number of well permits in the Haynesville shale in Louisiana increased
from 200 in 2008 to XX in November 2010, indicating the increased interest of
companies in the shale play. Over the past two years, the growth in the number of wells
permitted increased by XX%, despite the low natural gas prices.

Haynesville shale gas success mandates infrastructure development :

Rapidly increasing natural gas production from the Haynesville shale has also mandated
investments into the infrastructure expansion in the region. Representing one of the most
recent infrastructure developments in the shale play, Energy Transfer Partners LP
completed and put into service the ETC Tiger Pipeline. The pipeline would provide
takeaway capacity from the East Texas Carthage Hub area and the Haynesville Shale play.
Enterprise Products Partners LP and Duncan Energy Partners are developing a XX-mile
Haynesville Extension pipeline that would have a transportation capacity of up to XX bcf/d
(billion cubic feet per day) of natural gas. The pipeline would extend from the Haynesville
region to interconnect with interstate pipelines in central Louisiana as well as with the
company’s Acadian Gas System. The pipeline is expected to be placed into service during
the third quarter of2011. Enbridge Energy Partners are expanding the company's natural
gas gathering system in East Texas that serves the Haynesville Shale. The company would
spend $XXm to add a capacity of XX MMcf/d
(million cubic feet per day) to its system.

The fast increasing natural gas production from the shale play will require future investments
in pipeline capacity expansion and other midstream infrastructure developments.

As companies move towards liquid shale plays, core Haynesville shale
play might witness reduced investments
:

Oil and gas companies in the US are increasingly shifting their focus to liquid-rich shale plays
such as Bakken, Eagle Ford and emerging plays like the Niobrara shale. Lower natural gas
prices and increasing crude oil prices have diverted investments from gas shales to liquid-rich
shales. It is expected that investments in the Haynesville play would remain low over the next
two years if natural gas prices continue to remain low.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents ........2
1.1 List of Tables ........3
1.2 List of Figures ........3

2 Introduction ........4
2.1 Overview ........4
2.2 Report Guidance ........4

3 Haynesville Shale Play Overview ........5
3.1 Haynesville Shale Gas Play Activity ........5

4 Haynesville Shale, Operational Overview ........7
4.1 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates ........7
4.2 Haynesville Shale, Well Profile ........8
4.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........9
4.3.1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, 2010 ........9
4.3.2 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Production, 2010 ........10
4.3.3 Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020 ........11
4.4 Haynesville Shale, Cost Trends, 2010 ........13
4.4.1 Well Cost ........13
4.4.2 Finding and Development Cost ........13
4.5 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
4.5.1 Number of wells drilled, Louisiana & East Texas ........14
4.5.2 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........15
4.5.3 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Drilling Activities, 2010 ........19

5 Haynesville Shale, Competitive Landscape ........20
5.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Acreage, 2010 ........20
5.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, 2010 ........22
5.2.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, Louisiana ........22
5.2.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Companies by Production, East Texas ........24
5.3 Haynesville Shale, Future Plans by Major Companies, 2011 ........26

6 Corrosion Management Summit Asia 2012 ........27
6.1 Devon Energy ........27
6.2 Chesapeake Energy ........28
6.3 EnCana Oil & Gas ........29
6.4 Petrohawk Energy ........31
6.5 XTO Energy ........31

7 Haynesville Shale, Infrastructure ........33

8 Haynesville Shale, Mergers and Acquisition Activity in the Play ........35
8.1 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals by Deal Value ($m), 2008-2010 ........36
8.1.1 Plains Exploration Acquires 20% Interest In Haynesville Shale Leasehold
From Chesapeake Energy ........36
8.1.2 BG Group Acquires 50% Interest In Shale Gas Resources From EXCO
Resources ........37
8.1.3 Berry Petroleum Acquires East Texas Cotton Valley Natural Gas Assets ........37
8.1.4 EXCO Resources Acquires Haynesville And Bossier Shale Properties From
Southwestern Energy ........37
8.2 Haynesville Shale, Major Deals, 2010 ........38
8.2.1 Exxon Mobil Acquires Ellora Energy ........38
8.2.2 EXCO Resources Plans to Form Joint Venture With BG Group ........38
8.2.3 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Acquires 50% Interest In Its Haynesville
Shale Gathering & Treating Business ........38
8.2.4 Denbury Resources Sells Oil & Natural Gas Properties In Texas And
Mexico ........38
8.2.5 EXCO Resources and BG Group Acquires Common Resources ........39
8.2.6 Enterprise Products Partners Acquires Natural Gas Gathering Systems
From M2 Midstream ........39

List of Tables

Table 1 Haynesville Shale Characteristics, Industry Average Numbers, 2010 ........6
Table 2 Haynesville Shale, Initial Production Rates Of Wells Drilled By Major
Companies, 2010 ........7
Table 3 Haynesville Shale, Average Decline Rates Per Well ........8
Table 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Table 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Table 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........12
Table 7 Haynesville Shale, Cost Per Well ($m), 2010 ........13
Table 8 Haynesville Shale, Finding And Development Cost Per MMcfe, 2010 ......13
Table 9 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Table 10 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Companies by Total Number Of
Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........17
Table 11 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Table 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........21
Table 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........23
Table 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........25
Table 15 Haynesville Shale, Planned Capital Expenditure By Major Companies,
$m, 2011 ........26
Table 16 Devon Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........27
Table 17 Chesapeake Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........28
Table 18 EnCana Oil & Gas, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........29
Table 19 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........29
Table 20 Petrohawk Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters,
2010 ........31
Table 21 XTO Energy, Haynesville Shale, Key Operational Parameters, 2009 .......32
Table 22 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities, 2008-2010 .....35
Table 23 Haynesville Shale, Top 10 Deals By Deal Value, $m, 2008-2010 ........36

List of Figures
Figure 1 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana- East Texas, Location, 2010 ........5
Figure 2 Haynesville Shale, Approximate Depth, 2010 ........6
Figure 3 Haynesville Shale Play, Well Profile, 2010 ........8
Figure 4 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Production, bcfe, 2007-October 2010 ........9
Figure 5 Haynesville Shale Play, East Texas, Production, bcfe, 2009-2010 ........10
Figure 6 Haynesville Shale, the US, Historic and Forecast Production, bcfe,
2007-2020 ........11
Figure 7 Haynesville Shale, Drilling Activity, 2010 ........14
Figure 8 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Number of Wells Drilled, December
2009-November 2010 ........15
Figure 9 Louisiana Haynesville Shale Play, Major Companies by Total Number
Of Wells Drilled, November 2010 ........16
Figure 10 Haynesville Shale Play, Louisiana, Total Number Of Wells Drilled by
Parish, November 2010 ........18
Figure 11 East Texas Haynesville/Bossier Shale Play, Total Number Of Wells
Drilled, 2009-2010 ........19
Figure 12 Haynesville Shale Play, Top Operators By Acreage, 2010 ........20
Figure 13 Haynesville Shale, Louisiana, Major Companies by Production, bcfe,
2010 ........22
Figure 14 Haynesville Shale, East Texas, Major Companies by Production,
2010 ........24
Figure 15 EnCana Oil & Gas, Average Daily Production (MMcfe) and Drilling
Activity (Net Wells), 2009- 2010 (Second Quarter) ........30
Figure 16 ETC Tiger Pipeline, Route, 2010 ........33
Figure 17 Haynesville Shale Play, Merger and Acquisition Activities,
2008-2010 ........35

2 Introduction

2.1 Overview :

Gas shales in the US have already had a huge impact on the global natural gas industry. In
2009, as a result of increasing shale gas production, the US surpassed Russia to become the
world’s largest natural gas producer. The increasing production from the US shale gas plays
has resulted in lower natural gas prices globally. It has also changed the market dynamics of
the natural gas industry in the US.

The Haynesville shale has been the one of the major drivers for the growth of the shale gas
industry in the US. The significant success of the shale gas wells drilled in Haynesville has
led to oil and gas companies exploring other shale gas basins in the US. The Haynesville
shale has emerged as one of the major onshore natural gas producing fields in the US, with
production reaching XX bcfe in 2009.

The report analyses the major operational parameters in the Haynesville shale play, such
as the initial production rates, well costs, finding and development costs, well decline curves
and drilling activities. The report also details the production trends, competitive landscape,
merger and acquisition activities and infrastructure details in the shale play.

2.2 Report guidance :

- The report starts with an executive summary capturing the key summary of activities in the
Haynesville shale.
- Chapter 1 consists of the table of contents including the list of tables and figures.
- Chapter 2 gives an introduction to the report along with a chapter-by-chapter report guide.
- Chapter 3 discusses the market overview of the Haynesville shale in the US, detailing the
location, key characteristics and other details.
- Chapter 4 details the operational overview of the Haynesville shale in the US outlining
production trends to 2020, cost trends and drilling activities.
- Chapter 5 details the Haynesville shale’s competitive landscape,
analyzing major companies by both acreage and production.- Chapter 6 provides the details
of the top five companies in the Haynesville shale play as of 2010.
- Chapter 7 highlights the major infrastructure developments in the Haynesville shale play.
- Chapter 8 details the major mergers and acquisitions in the Haynesville shale between
2008 and 2010.
- Chapter 9 is the appendix of the report.

4.3.3 Haynesville shale, production trends, 2007-2020 :

The production in the Haynesville shale increased from XX bcfe in 2007 to XX bcfe in 2009 at
an AAGR of XX%. The production is expected to increase from XX bcfe in 2009 to XX bcfe in
2020 at an AAGR of XX%. This shale play will continue to be a major supplier of natural gas
in the US.

8 Haynesville shale, mergers and acquisition activity in the play :

The Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) activity in the Haynesville shale surged up in the second
quarter of 2008, with the natural gas prices rising to an all time high of approximately $XX per
MMBtu. The M&A activity in the play dropped drastically with the falling of natural gas prices,
with no major deals happening in the play in the fourth quarter of 2008. However, with the gas
prices steadying at around $XX per MMBtu, the M&A activity in the play is again picking up.

Disclaimer
All Rights Reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted
in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,
without the prior permission of the publisher.

The facts of this report are believed to be correct at the time of publication but cannot be
guaranteed. Please note that the findings, conclusions and recommendations that the
publisher delivers will be based on information gathered in good faith from both primary
and secondary sources, whose accuracy we are not always in a position to guarantee.
As such the publisher accept no liability whatever for actions taken based on any
information that may subsequently prove to be incorrect.

To order this report, please send an email to mail@worldoils.com

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Haynesville Shale, Production Trends, 2007-2020
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