Debate over longevity of Arkansas gas wells
As leaseholders enjoy royalties and state and local and state governments rake in millions of dollars in revenue from natural gas wells in the Fayetteville Shale, some are questioning how long the wells will continue to produce while industry officials say they need not be concerned.
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#1 Jul 25, 2011
DO NOT ACCEPT DECLINES MEAING NO MORE GAS
By Dwight Baker
July 25, 2011
Shale contains hydrocarbons needed for oil and gas production. For years shale was overlooked for it did not have the permeability and porosity to produce easily.
But things have changed now those giant deposits of shale across the USA and in other places are proving out to be a good place to drill and produce.
Others that do not share this view are un-due skeptics.
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