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AMTEX Oil & Gas Inc.Greenwood Projects: expansion drillings from the Barnett Shale Field in Wise County, Texas.
Burlington Resourcesoil and gas producing company.
Castaneda Consulting—generates and markets exploration projects; plans and manages the leasing, drilling, and completion of natural gas wells in the Fort Worth Basin

Core Lab is performing a subscription-based study of gas shales. For more information, contact Wayne Sealy at 713-328-2601 or irs@corelab.com

Devon Energy—industry leader in the Barnett Shale.

DrillingInfo.com—everything you need to assess, buy, sell, own, or manage upstream oil and gas assets.
     Barnett Shale play map

EOG Resources—large independent with acreage in 6 counties in Barnett Shale play.

Geomap—largest supplier of geologic mapping services in the United States.
     Barnett Shale production map

Keystone Exploration—A company currently drilling in the Barnett Shale in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Marshall Lancaster & Associates, Inc.—Professional Land Surveyors providing service to energy companies in Barnett Shale.
Wachovia Securities, LLC -- Barnett Shale and natural gas research. Wachovia Securities, LLC  provides  energy research from Credit Suisse First Boston, Sanford Bernstein, and Prudential Equity Group, LLC.  The topics listed below are available upon request from Stephen Thornhill, Wachovia Securities, LLC at stephen.thornhill@wachoviasec.com.
  • Crosstex Energy LP: A Big Call on The Barnett Shale--Lowering Estimate Raising Valuation to Reflect Accelerated Distribution Outlook (May 7, 2006)
  • Devon Energy Corporation: Buys Private Barnett Player Chief for $2.2 Billion (May 2, 2006)
  • DVN: Acquires Barnett Shale Acreage, With Low Geologic and Development Risk (May 2, 2006)
  • Chesapeake: Multi-Year Drilling Inventory Should Drive Steady Production Growth (May 2, 2006)
  • Encana: Blind Faith or divine inspiration? Separating fact from fiction (April 27, 2006)
  • Lower natural gas prices and escalating costs. Who is best positioned for margin compression? (April 19, 2006)
  • Why the fundamentals for natural gas remain weak and the hurricanes should be placed in perspective (April 7, 2006)
  • North American Drillbit F&D Rises 38% to $2.61 per Mcfe in '05 (April 3, 2006)
  • The correlation of industrial gas demand to the ISM order book and the prospect of sub-$5/mcf gas (February 28,2006)
  • Quicksilver Resources, Inc.: Solid Q4, Barnett Shale Showing Consistency (February 23, 2006)
  • The Next Big Thing. Why the Woodford Shale May be Better than the Barnett and the Play of 2006 (December 12, 2005)
Paluxy Valley Enterprises.—provides drilling equipment and services to companies working in the Barnett Shale and worldwide.

Pan American—independent oil and gas operator, producer, development and exploration company.

PETROMARCindependent oil and gas company, market petroleum prospects.

Questa Engineering performs field characterization and optimization projects in locations around the world. Find out more about their Barnett Shale EUR study at http://www.questa.com/barnett.htm.

Synergy Energy LLCa natural gas, field development company with over 24 years of experience as brokers and consultants.
     Barnett Shale development
Texas Energy Holdings, Inc.privately held energy investment firm.
Thomas Russell Company—designs and builds natural gas processing plants.
WG Energy Holdings Incoffering to sell interests in oil and gas assets in Barnett Shale in North Texas.
XTO Energynatural gas and oil producing company.
City, State, and Government Websites
City of Fort Worth, Texasgas drilling under city-owned property.
DOE (Department of Energy)—energy regulatory agency for the U.S. Government.
EIA (Energy Information Administration)—official energy statistics from the U.S. Government.
Railroad Commission of Texas—regulatory agency for the oil and gas industry in Texas.
     Remarks by Duke Ligon, Devon Energy, to the Texas RRC (2002).