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Barnett Shale’s Top Operators Revealed

June 24, 2009

AUSTIN, Texas, June 24 /PRNewswire/ — What do some of the Barnett Shale’s key players know about a portion of the play long considered outlier and non-economic that others don’t? These areas have seen a significant increase in activity on the heels of recent production successes of EOG and DTE in Palo Pinto, Montague, Jack, and adjacent counties.

“What many people miss in these types of plays is that operations matter, and they matter in a big way; a good operator can produce up to 5 times as much hydrocarbon from a given acreage as a bad operator,” according to Ramona Hovey, Drillinginfo Energy Strategy Partners’ Managing Director.

These findings within the Barnett Shale are part of an update to Drillinginfo’s Fort Worth Basin Research Platform. The Fort Worth Basin Platform is comprised of deep data and analysis of the play as it emerges, including a full ranking of acreage probable productivity, acreage potential graded by operator, and relative operator efficiencies within their graded acreage.

Drillinginfo will be holding two full day seminars to provide an in-depth look at the Research Platform and to reveal how the play’s top producers get the most out of their holdings. The seminars will be held in Dallas on August 21st and in Houston on August 26th. The seminars will discuss the methodology behind this ground breaking study, including Drillinginfo’s proprietary Graded Potential Acreage, or GPA(TM).

In addition to the science behind the Platform, the seminars will provide an overview of the Barnett Shale play and the current competitive landscape. It will provide details about how to leverage the Fort Worth Basin Research Platform to make crucial land and business critical decisions.

More information can be found at www.info.drillinginfo.com/FWBReportCard.

About Drillinginfo’s Research Platforms

Drillinginfo’s Energy Strategy Partners generates a series of dynamic Research Platforms based on in-depth statistical analyses of the most up-to-date data on the hottest plays in the industry. These Research Platforms are dynamic and interactive with continuous updates of information from Drillinginfo’s vast oil and gas database, as well as, on-line access through Spotfire’s(TM) Webplayer.

The Platforms provide a comprehensive overview of best practices by the best operators in the covered plays. Using Drillinginfo’s Graded Productivity by Acreage (GPA(TM)) methodology, subscribers can evaluate and quantify acreage, operators, productivity, and economics associated with proved and unproved holdings with the plays. To learn more about Drillinginfo’s Research Platforms go to www.NewOilPatch.com.

About Barnett Shale Report Seminar

In August, Drillinginfo Energy Services Partners will be offering in depth seminars in DFW and Houston where they will discuss details, methodology & results from the report. Seminar tuition is $495 for the full day course. To register visit www.info.drillinginfo.com/FWBReportCard

About Drillinginfo(R)

Drillinginfo is the premier information service for the domestic upstream oil and gas industry, providing an integrated land, production, and well information platform for E&P companies, technical professionals, landmen, royalty owners, and financial services. In addition to the most comprehensive and up-to-date information, Drillinginfo provides a full complement of web-based applications and tools, including LandTrac(TM) Unified Land and Exploration Suite, DNA(TM) knowledge management tools, New OilPatch Research Platforms, and a host of geotechnical data processing, mapping and presentation tools. Drillinginfo is available through annual subscriptions. Drillinginfo’s subscriber base currently produces more than 90% of domestic oil and gas. For more information go to www.drillinginfo.com.

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