Article written by Jeff Amy, Associated Press January 30, 2015
“JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Low oil prices mean the driller that has been the most bullish on an oil region that straddles the Louisiana-Mississippi line is cutting back.
Goodrich Petroleum Corp., based in Houston, said Friday that it will spend $80 million to $100 million on exploration and drilling this year, down from $150 million to $200 million it had previously projected.
The company had projected that it would drill 16 to 21 wells in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale region in the southwest Mississippi and Louisiana’s Florida Parishes. A spokesman didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment, but the new budget will mean fewer wells drilled in 2015.”
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