Kudos to you, Wade Caldwell, for posting this article about the Pennsylvanian strike of Torchlight in
Hudspeth and Culberson counties. The stacked shale play formations continue from New Mexico south
through Hudspeth and Culberson and Reeves to the Rio Grand River in Presidio, Jeff Davis, and Brewster counties. Though there are 2, maybe 3 more stacked shale play basins in Mexico…this basin, the Permian west and Delaware basin is the best developed so far. There is a potential for over 25 TRILLION in profits to be made in this area from oil and gas products.
ol’ Lawrence in Verhalen
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If you own minerals in Texas and live in the Dallas area, please consider attending the NARO – Texas Town Hall Meeting in Dallas at the SMU Cox School of Business, Maguire Energy Institute, on November 14, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. We will cover four timely topics, and the cost is only to cover the food provided (plus a cash bar) at $20/person. The Mineral Rights Forum is also a sponsor of this event and it is open to non-NARO members, but attendance is limited to about 80 people, so please sign up today! . A link to the signup and information page is http://www.naro-us.org/event-3096540?CalendarViewType=1&SelectedDate=11/14/2018
Hope to see you in Dallas!
Wade Caldwell, Pres. NARO-Texas Chapter