Rigs are dropping like flies at the Haynesville shale, down 80 percent from a year-and-a-half ago, but Louisiana oil and gas insiders say the drilling exodus from the North Louisiana site is only a minor concern.
Also of little concern is the growing number of companies pulling operations out of this natural gas-rich vein of dense rock that straddles Louisiana and Texas — largely because drilling costs are higher than many other places (not to mention low natural gas prices) — and moving to new shale hot-spots ranging from North Dakota to the Appalachian Basin.
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