United States

Location  Eastern Texas and Northern Louisiana
Thickness  1800 ft
Formation Details  The Bossier Shale, often linked with the Haynesville Shale, is a geological formation that produces hydrocarbon and delivers large amounts of natural gas when properly treated.
Notes  The Bossier Shale lies directly above the Haynesville Shale but lies under the Cotton Valley sandstones, however; some geologists still consider the Haynesville Shale and the Bossier Shale one in the same. The productive interval of the shale is greater than 10,000 feet below the land surface.

Projects and Work Interests

Alta Mesa Operations in Deep Bossier
Deep Bossier formation project is located in Hilltop field, Leon and Robertson counties, Texas. Alta Mesa has between 25% and 55% working interest in the EnCana operated wells and between 25% and 33%...
Gastar Exploration Operations in Deep Bossier Play (Low)
The Bossier Sand is located approximately midway between Dallas and Houston in the East Texas Basin. Gastar controls approximately 33,400 gross (19,200 net) acres in the Hilltop area.

The wells wer...

Gulf Oil and Gas
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